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Nightlife & Prices?

by Arthur1

I'm wanting to go somewhere in Europe with good nightlife for a few days but am on a tight budget. To help me decide can anyone please let me know how much the essentials are in Hamburg, such as a bottle/pint of beer, a pack of 20 cigs and the all important quarterpounder & large fries at McD's?

What are the main areas for pubs and clubs aswell?

Cheers in advance of helpful advice.

Art

RE: Nightlife & Prices?

by LIORSHABAT

hello
what about israelllll????? ohhhhhh yes we have tel aviv and eilat and jerusalem its great great night life , bars pubs discos and clubs , live shows and more .
we have the hotest night life ,and the prices less less then in europe so jump on the plain and vist the "holy hot land "

RE: RE: Nightlife & Prices?

by sabsi

Hi!

A pint of beer can vary between 2.50 and 5 Euro depending on where you are.

A quarterpounder (which is called "Royal" here as you have probably heard before in Pulp Fiction ;), large fries and a drink are around 4.50.

And a pack of cigarettes costs around 4 Euro unfortunately.

Hope this helps!
Sabs

RE: Nightlife & Prices?

by Lemmi

Berlin is definitely cheaper and you get a wider selection in clubs, foods and pretty much everything. Hamburg is fun though because of its unique red light district and no need to travel between clubs and bars.
In Hamburg a beer at a club/bar is around €3, clubs charge covers of about €6-12 to get in and a pack of cigarettes is around €4 all over the country.
McD is more expensive in the touristy / nightlife spots, you're much better of with a Kebab from a turkish fast food place at €3 (more like €2 in Berlin).

RE: RE: Nightlife & Prices?

by LIORSHABAT

I ALSO LIKE TO TELL YOU ALL ABOUT A SMALL CRAZY CITY IN THE RED SEA THAT CALLED ""EILAT""
ITS A GREAT TOWN IN SOUTH OF ISRAEL THE NIGHT LIFE ITS THE BEST ,
THE GUY FROM USA DONT WORRY TO COME HERE YOU WILL GO BACK TO YOUR HOME ALIVE , DONT SAY THINGS THAT CAN CHANGE PEPOLE MIND , ISRAEL ITS A SAFE PLACE TO TRAVEL , AND IF YOU LIKE TO GIVE A HAND TO THE TERROR SO DONT TRAVEL ANY WHERE BECUSE WE ALL REMMBER WHAT HAPPEN IN 9-11 IN YOUR CUNTRY SO CHNAGE YOUR MIND AND TRAVEL ALL OVER , I INVITE YOU ALL TO VIST ISRAEL .

RE: RE: Nightlife & Prices?

by LIORSHABAT

i dont know what to tell you its a kind of a jook , if i will tell you not to climb a high buldings in new york ??? or not to go down in a subway in london ? and not to go on a subway in madrid ??? and not to travel in the streets of insanbul ??
you just dont like israel thats your prublem , you have a big prublem , stay in usa and live well , and dont give a havd to terrurisem like you do .
have a good life .

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Zitronen-Jette

by globetrott

Zitronen-jette is the local name for Henriette Johanne Marie Müller, ( born in 1841 in Dessau, and died july 8th, 1916 in Hamburg) . She was a funny person, selling lemons all day long : during the day at Grasbook (where the new cruise-terminal is today) and in the evening she was walking from one inn to the other, shouting "Zitroon, Zitroon" and selling lemons at a time, when they were not available everywhere.
She became insane and was taken to the hospital in 1994. Already in 1900 there was a first play created about her life and another, more popular operetta followed in 1920, after her death. Mostly the person of "ZitronenJette" is performed by a man, a funny part for popular actors like Henry Vahl.
People passing by the monument for Zitronen-Jette will mostly touch her finger, enlarge my picture, that finger is shining like brand-new...
The monument for Zitronenjette is in Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse, next to St.Michaeliskirche and Krameramtsstuben.

Old or new? The German Yard Sale

by Kushelkitten about Flohmarkt

Years ago when I lived in Germany as a child every three months or so there would be a junk day. Families would take whatever they didnt want and place it out on the street in front of their houses. The neighbors would then walk around the neighborhood and take whatever was still useful out of the pile. A friend of mine found a whole bunch on barely used baby furniture once. Too bad junk days arent allowed anymore, yard sales arent permitted but instead there is the ever popular Flohmarkt ( flea market.)

You will find these either sponsored by churches, schools, and neighborhoods which are held at various times through the year. There are also some regularly scheduled ones which take place on Sundays. People can rent a space, put up a table and sell their old things, crafts, baked goods, or whatever else they can think of.

Sometimes they are held in parking lots and those are generally the permenant every Sunday ones. The others that will take up 4 or 5 city blocks with tables lining both sides of the streets. They make for quite the event.

These are not limited to Hamburg. You can find flea markets in every city.
(Picture coming soon) books, music, antiques, crafts, toys depends on how well you can bargin and whether or not the seller wants to bargin.

plane, train or car.
The...

by meisel

plane, train or car.
The airport is realy nearby the city (20 min by car)
Hamburg has got 3 train stations (Hauptbahnhof, Dammtor and Altona), prefer, Dammtor.
And we also have good a lot of highways in the area.
Germany = mostly no speed limit on highways !!
Bus/Metro or in the city by feet

Hamburger Rathaus / the townhall

by globetrott

Hamburger Rathaus / The town hall of Hamburg is certainly worth a visit - it has an interesting fassade and it looks really elegant ! The townhall has several ornate halls that could be visited, BUT ONLY at those few days when its assembling-rooms are NOT needed for official use.
It might be the best to check at the information-desk at the entrance-hall, when the next tours will be held. I arrived on a wednesday and had to learn that the next guided tour would be saturday ( too late for me !). Even when you are not able to attend one of these guided tours, you may still take a look inside the big entrance-hall with many lovely details AND don't miss to see Rathaus-keller, a great and beautiful restaurant in the basement of Rathaus - see my restaurant-tips !
When the townhall is NOT used for official receptions / festivities
there will be guided tours in German every half hour
Monday till Thursday 10.00a.m.-03.00p.m.
and Friday till Sunday 10.00a.m.-01.00p.m.
english and french tours will start once every hour at a quater past.
entrance-fee is 2 euros (HamburgCard 1 Euro)

Krameramtswohnungen

by Carletto76

Yes, it's a bit too "touristy", but surely it's worth a visit! It's a tiny backyard of old houses built in the 17th century and perfectly restored. They were built as retirement homes for the widows of storekeepers which couldn't carry on their husband's work by the law. They were still used until the '60s. Now there are almost all souvenirs shops, a restaurants and some art galleries.

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