Navigate your way through the canal-dotted city for a strong dose of culture, history and no-holds-barred nightlife.

Hamburg Rathaus

The handsome sandstone marvel that is Hamburg’s Town Hall has been the centrepiece of Altstadt since 1897. 


Strandperle is a stalwart in Hamburg’s sandy stretch along the Elbe river, which is dotted with sunbathers and swimmers in the warmer months. 


You can spot this magnificent modernist masterpiece from miles around. 


The oldest landscaped park in Hamburg, it’s a particularly popular spot for summer picnics, but a beautiful place throughout the year, not least of all at autumn or winter twilight, when the sturdy oak trees turn to silhouettes against the fading sun.


The traditional beating heart of Hamburg counter-culture and center of the much-publicized violent protests during the G20 summit, the neighbourhood of Schanzenviertel holds on hard to its alternative credentials.


Sunday Fischmarkt is a legendary Hamburg experience. 

Hamburger Kunsthalle

The Kunsthalle is one of the most important museums in Germany, with astonishing holdings through 700 years of European art history. 


The remarkable red-brick Speicherstadt is the largest warehouse district in the world.


Hamburg is a harbour city, and has all the nightlife provisions to prove it. 

Ferry 62

It’s well worth seeing Hamburg from the water to get a sense of the vast harbour infrastructure (the third-largest in Europe) and the aquatic network that runs throughout the city. 

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