Welcome to Hamburg, the “Gateway to the World”
Hamburg is THE Hanseatic metropolis of northern Germany, fascinating visitors anew with its maritime charm. Nature lovers will find the perfect getaway here between the Alster and Elbe rivers, surrounded by greenery. Urban city flair, on the other hand, is provided by the numerous museums, exhibitions and shopping districts. Hamburg’s nightlife is also legendary. Restaurants, theatres, bars and nightclubs line the Reeperbahn. The Reeperbahn and its side streets are the first port of call for many night owls. But day trippers also get their money’s worth. Whether it’s a harbour tour or a boat trip along the Elbe, a visit to the fish market or a climb up the Michel with a view over the entire Hanseatic city – the choice is yours.
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Whether Alsterpark, Stadtpark, Planten un Blomen with its water light games, Jungfernstieg or Außenalster – Hamburg has a total of over 1,460 parks that invite nature lovers to relax and be active. Whether it’s a picnic, a bike tour or an open-air event: everything is possible in Hamburg’s green spaces. And if you feel like going to the seaside, you can either enjoy the Elbe beach or take a day trip to the North Sea and Baltic Sea in just a few hours.
Whether it’s a quick snack, a romantic dinner for two or a relaxed evening with friends – Hamburg’s gastronomy offers something for every connoisseurs. From classic to exotic – from street food to star gastronomy – it’s all here! Hamburg is also a hotspot for trends and experimentation in the food scene. Enjoy gingerbread and mulled wine at the historical Christmas market.
Hamburg is THE shopping metropolis. In addition to international luxury brands like Gucci, Prada or Hermès, you will find many owner-managed, traditional and small shops in Hamburg. This is what makes the shopping scene here so unique: from vintage labels to hip designer brands to sustainable Fairtrade fashion – each district exudes its own flair with its shopping streets.
Hamburg’s nightlife is legendary. Gastronomy, theatres, bars and nightclubs line the famous Reeperbahn. But if you are looking for evening entertainment, want to party or go dancing, there are many more options: Dance and live clubs, stylish cocktail bars or cult pubs. In addition, the numerous concert halls, theatres and musical stages offer an enormous range of evening entertainment, from classical to modern.
Along Hamburg’s Elbe coast, the Hanseatic city’s sights are strung together like pearls. Hamburg’s grandiose Elbphilharmonie concert hall, the historic UNESCO World Heritage site Speicherstadt and the architecturally exciting HafenCity are highlights for visitors. From the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken (landing stages), the Elbe flows down to the charming Elbe suburbs of Oevelgönne and Blankenese with their elegant suburban villas and kilometre-long beaches.