Hotels in Hamburg, Germany
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- Miniatur Wunderland
- St. Pauli Piers
- Hamburg City Hall
- Fish Market
- University of Hamburg
- Congress Center Hamburg
- Hamburger Kunsthalle
- Hamburg State Opera
- Elbe Philharmonic Hall
- University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
- North German Radio Opera
- Hamburg Messe and Congress
- Theatre Neue Flora
- Hamburg Wholesale Market
- O2 World Arena
- Hagenbeck Zoo
Best hotels in Hamburg
The historic port city of Hamburg has much to offer the intrepid traveler. Located right on the Elbe River in the northern part of Germany, the city-state of Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany after Berlin with over 1.8 million inhabitants. Rich in culture and steeped in history, Hamburg has numerous theaters, galleries and museums, an exciting music scene, world-class restaurants, and so much more. Baroque churches with facades painted with the soot of time stand right alongside towering glass buildings that embody the best of modern architecture. Visiting Hamburg is sure to be an experience you will long cherish and remember. Considered by many to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Hamburg will enthrall and mystify you; it will hold you under its spell and you will be powerless to resist. With hundreds of Hamburg hotels to choose from, it is quite understandable for first-time visitors to the city to feel overwhelmed. This is where Hotels.com steps in to make your Hamburg visit a pleasant and stress-free one. No matter what your travel plans are - business or pleasure or a little of both - we will make sure your hotel selection suits your itinerary and budget. Savoring the sights of this enigmatic city is that much easier when you begin and end your day in the ideal accommodation of your choice.
Experience Hamburg Up Close and Personal
Many of the most popular attractions are in the very heart of the city, making Hamburg a wonderful destination to explore on foot. Eat a hearty German breakfast (or Frühstück) before heading out for a day of business or pleasure. You will find the sausages, cheeses, cereals, fruits, and breads with a variety of toppings to be more than equal to the task of navigating the busy streets of Hamburg. After London, New York, and Rotterdam, Hamburg is one of largest ports in the world. A harbor city, you will not lack for activities to enjoy on the water in Hamburg. Go for a boat ride on the River Elbe, a leisurely stroll along the waterfront, or dine in any one of the dozens of excellent seafood restaurants. If you're a food lover, don't skip a visit to Hamburg's Fish Market. You will find an abundance of fresh seafood, fruits, teas, and flowers from different parts of the world. For a bit of culture, visit the Hamburger Kunsthalle (Art Gallery), which houses over 700 years of German and European art history. For a different kind of culture, head out to the Reeperbahn, touted to be one of Europe's largest red light districts. You will find a great variety of bars, restaurants, and clubs alongside the famed sex shops, erotic museums, and strip clubs on this street that never sleeps.
How to Get Along with Locals in Hamburg
We make it easy for you to enjoy Hamburg with our interactive maps of the city that are very informative and user-friendly. Take the city for test-spin right now at our website, Hotels.com. As a major tourist city, most people in Hamburg will speak English, but a little German (Sprechen Sie Englisch? - Do you speak English?) will go a long way. The locals may seem a bit distant at times, but they're friendly enough if you take the time to get to know them. While you're visiting, check out the different Hamburg hotels on the site. Each one has been reviewed by one-time guests; they are insightful as they are a good read.
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