Alte Wache Hotel

21-25 Adenauerallee, Hamburg, 20097, Germany
Alte Wache Hotel
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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9%
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  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo85
  • Business61

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train from amsterdam to hamburg

by mintbhat

Hello
I need to take a train from Amsterdam to Hamburg. I prefer to travel by night.
Can someone tell me more about this. Thanks. Shubha Nagesh

Re: train from amsterdam to hamburg

by vtveen

Take a look at:
http://www.ns.nl/servlet/Satellite?cid=1075985690180&pagename=www.ns.nl%2FPage%2FSuperHomepageEnglish&lang=en&c=Page

As far as I can see the latest train from Amsterdam is leaving at 16.57 hours and will arrive in Hamburg at 22.12 hours

Re: train from amsterdam to hamburg

by yvr

There are many overnight trains, you will however, pay for it in a lack of sleep due to changes along the way.
Depart AMS 2137 arrive HAM 0652, two changes
Depart AMS 2328 arrive HAM 0912, four changes
Depart AMS 2137 arrive HAM 0946, three changes
Depart AMS 2258 arrive HAM 1112, two changes

Re: train from amsterdam to hamburg

by abalada

There are no direct night trains.
Only if you accept detours you can make while travelling through the night with some changes to Hamburg.

http://www.eurolines.nl
has night buses (23:15 - 07:00) from Amsterdam to Hamburg on Sa, Tu and Th.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

The Gateway to the World

by tini58de

Hamburg is called 'the gateway to the world' and that is what it is:
it is the second biggest town in Germany, very cosmopolitan, but yet it can be quite homely, if you leave the city center! I lived here for 18 years, spent my college years here, made friends and I always enjoy returning 'home'!!

Museum der Arbeit - museum of work

by Airpunk

The Museum der Arbeit (museum of work) is normally not on the "to do" list among Hamburg visitors, but quite interesting anyway. It shows how workplaces have changed through the centuries. The focus lies on sea trade business, fishing, printing and the role of women and men at work. One floor is reserved for special temporary exhibitions.

Audioguides are available in german and english, but written information at the objects is only available in german. The audioguides are included in the entrance fee.

The museum is located in a building which belonged to a fabric complex of the New-York-Hamburger Gummi-Waaren Compagnie, a company which made plastic products. The remaning fabric buildings now form a cultural meeting point, including cafés and places for different kind of events. The museum itself also contains a library focusing on work and society.

To the museum is only a few steps away from Barmbek subway and metro station. Use the exit towards "Wiesendamm" to get to the museum.

-You have the possibility...

by chatzchen

-You have the possibility while you are here to visit several Musicals like Cats, Phantom of the Opera, Carmen, and Buddie Hollie.
Cards and Prices see at
www.hamburg-tourism.de
At this site they have actual hints of events, Art and Trade Places, shopping Infos... I wonder how much we have here.

Maybe I also should try some more of these things too.

-The picture shows some pics from the musicals like cats and Phantom of the Opera

Café and Restaurant Eisenstein

by shellseeker

Café and Restaurant Eisenstein
This very fine restaurant is successful for some years now - not out of the blue! The polished old factory hall (they used to make ship's propellers) is hosting a colorful crowd every evening. And they say they have the best pizza in town... But be careful! Creditcards are not accepted and it's not some place I'd consider cheap... The restaurant is part of the 'Zeisehahalle' were you find more possibilities to spend a good evening! Italian and International cuisine

Warehouses

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Severe simplicity of huge warehouses from a red brick and spikes of cathedrals and churches, channels and bridges - all this pleased an eye. Warehouses were constructed in the beginning of the XX-th century. This city of warehouses is the greatest in the world warehouse complex.

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