Get acquainted with this little known, but versatile city from your holiday home, villa or apartment in Hamburg. Situated on the River Elbe, Hamburg is the largest port city in Germany. At the heart of the centre is the Alstermeer, where you can go sailing, rowing and canoeing. But lovers of architecture can also indulge themselves here. The centre is full of intriguing buildings. It is also a perfect destination to go shopping, in the exclusive shopping streets in the city centre. Visit this vibrant city from our apartments in Hamburg.
From an apartment in Hamburg you can step right into vibrant city life. Whether you like shopping, or want to soak up as much culture as possible, Hamburg is the perfect destination for a city or weekend break. Despite the fact that many traditional sights were lost during the enormous city fire in 1842, the city still has a lot to offer. You can find many historic buildings in the city centre, such as the impressive Hamburger Rathaus, the Chilehaus and the Köntorhäuser. The most distinctive building is perhaps St. Michael's Church, with the largest clock tower in Germany. You get a beautiful view across the city from this tower. But there is also plenty to explore in the Hamburg suburbs. Visit the Museum of Hamburg History in the St. Pauli district, home to Germany's largest urban history collection. Or visit one of the museums in the St. George district, including the Museum Für Kunst und Gewerbe, and the Hamburger Kunsthalle. All sights are easily to get to from a holiday home or apartment in Hamburg.
Stay in a holiday home, villa or apartment in Hamburg, for an enjoyable city break with friends. You can wander around for hours in the charming shopping streets full of gorgeous boutiques, exclusive shops and large fashion chains. In the pedestrian streets Mönckebergstrasse and Spitalerstrasse, in the heart of the city, there are plenty of large department stores and well-known retail chains. For luxury shopping, you should be on the Neuer Wall, with a host of exclusive boutiques by renowned designers such as Dior, Gucci and Armani. The Jungfernstieg, Hamburg's famous shopping and pedestrian zone, is found on the Alstermeer. In the gallery, you will find exclusive collections and accessories. Outside the city centre, in the St. Pauli district, Markstrasse is home to a lot of trendy boutiques. Go shopping to your heart's content in the many shops while on an enjoyable holiday in Hamburg.
Find time to relax, with a holiday home or villa in Hamburg. In addition to being a lively industrial city, Hamburg is also an excellent base in which to relax. Hamburg's most famous park, the Alsterpark, is located on the sloping shores of Lake Alster. Rent out a boat for a trip round the lake, or enjoy a tasty lunch or dinner in one of the many cafes and restaurants. Park un Blomen is found between the Alstermeer and the St. Pauli district. Here, you will find beautiful botanic gardens with a tropical house, as well as the largest Japanese garden in all Europe. Definitely worth a visit! In the heart of the city is the Stadtpark, where you can escape from all the hustle and bustle. For the little ones, there is a large playground, and in summer even an outdoor pool. Enjoy a relaxing holiday in this lively city while staying in a holiday home in Hamburg.
The most important places to visit in Hamburg are Speicherstadt, Reeperbahn, Alster, St. Michael's Church, Port of Hamburg, Binnenalster and Chilehaus.
Some of the must-do activities in Hamburg are-
Travelers from the UK can reach Hamburg by flight.
Some recommended dishes from Hamburg include Franzbrötchen (French rolls, allegedly influenced by Napoleon's troops), Currywurst and Labskaus.
The months from May to October are the best to visit Hamburg.