A&O Hamburg Hammer Kirche

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Hammer Landstrasse 170, Hamburg, 20537, Germany
A&O Hamburg Hammer Kirche
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transport hamburg to berlin

by sweetfa

Hi everyone
a group of 30 of us plan to come to berlin for world cup final but can only find cheap air tickets to hamburg.
what are the cheapest transport links from lubeck to berlin. i know we can get a bus from lubeck to hamburg train station. we also have some big drums! any idea of train prices? group discounts? are trains more expensive on a friday?
thanks
fiona

RE: transport hamburg to berlin

by abalada

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: Flughafen, Lübeck-Blankensee
To: Berlin-Olympiastadion

Cheapest will be to use local trains from Lübeck Hbf on.
There are also special group offers.
http://www.deutsche-bahn.co.uk/db_uk/view/products/groups.shtml
Group offers cannot be booked online, thus you have to contact the DB UK booking centre for them.

If you plan to use the (private) shuttle bus from Lübeck Airport to Hamburg ZOB or the bus from the airport to Lübeck Hbf you will need with a group of 30 to inform the bus company about your plans, that they can adjust accordingly.

Trains are not more expensive on a Friday than on the other days, but if it comes to specials (e.g. how big the discount for a group ticket will be), it will be less likely to get such a special compared to other days.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

HH = Hummel Hummel - - - Mors Mors...

by globetrott

Hans Hummel was the last water-carrier in Hamburg at a time when only a few houses still did not have their own water-supplies back in the middle of the 19th century. Hans Hummel used to walk through Hamburg with his 2 heavy vats of water and the nasty children used to shout after him : Hummel Hummel....
...his answer was mostly just : Mors, Mors (@rse, @rse...)
HH is printed at all of the licence-plates of cars in Hamburg NOT for Hummel Hummel, BUT of course for "Hansestadt Hamburg"
For more than 150 years the water-carrier Hans Hummel became a symbol for hamburg and a few years ago some clever tourism-managers had the funny idea of creating 100 such "Hummels", designed by different artists. Not a bad idea and maybe a lot better than the cows, lions, bears etc. that other cities had.
All of them have the same sculpture, EXCEPT one that has a different hat - see my picture !

Shopping galeries

by tini58de

Hamburg was one of the first cities to introduce shopping galeries - small elegant shopping malls in the middle of the city. And when you walk along Jungfernstieg to Gänsemarkt and Neuer Wall you will find dozens of these galeries! They are expensive, but window shopping does not cost you much - plus they do have nice cafés and bars there as well!

Alsterschippern

by tini58de

There are two major lakes within Hamburg: the Binnenalster and the Aussenalster. You can take boat tours on both of them and that is called "Alsterschippern".

There is a German private website on Alsterschippern and the official website of the boat company.

It is faily expensive, but surely a lovely way to explore part of Hamburg!

The Rathaus

by slothtraveller

Hamburg's most impressive building is, in my opinion, it's grand city hall (Rathaus). When I visited, on a Friday in June, there was a large market in the area in front of the city hall, with stalls selling quintessentially German foods such as Rostbratwurst and Spaetzle. The town hall is situated opposite a war memorial remembering those young men of Hamburg who died during World War One.

The Resien Hamburg trade fair

by eranda

The Resien Hamburg trade fair is well trendy festival season on every February in each year.
There are so many travel agencies, tour operators and other commercial agencies shows their fabulous new presentations and their product during this trade fair, and in additions to that some kind of latest fashions shows will take place in this remarkable season,

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