B&B Hamburg - Altona

Stresemannstrasse 318, Hamburg, 22761, Germany
B&B Hotel Hamburg-Altona
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Which way to Hamburg?

by ChezBabeNo1

We are hoping to go to Hamburg in December to be there on 17th, apart from flying or taking Eurostar, what other options would we have? Could we take a ferry then train, or train via another route? Does anyone have any tips?

Re: Which way to Hamburg?

by jazon123

from where ???????

Re: Which way to Hamburg?

by HansDK

Your best options are flying or taking Eurostar.

Eurostar + other trains is 11-12 hours. Trains from Hook of Holland to Hamburg take 6½-8 hours and cost EUR 100+/one-way.

For flights also check flights to Luebeck, Bremen and Hannover.
www.harefares.com is good for find low cost flights in Europe.

Re: Which way to Hamburg?

by chris.hh

Cheap option is Ryanair departing from Hamburg/Lübeck or also Bremen still is OK from the distance. There are shuttle busses connection both airports with the centre of Hamburg (Bremen takes 1,5 hours by bus, Lübeck around 45 to 60 minutes). Also both cities are nice if you have time for a stop. Lübeck has a famous x-mas market it that is of interest.
Bye, Chris.

Re: Which way to Hamburg?

by leics

Eurostar will be very cheap, if you book quickly. the booking window is 120 days in advance, but if you want the cheap 77GBP return you'll have to wait for the National Rail fare to come up..around 84 days in advance. Which is annoying, as many of the cheapest Eurostar fares are invariably limited by then.

You could also take a coach. Takes ages, of course (and goes from London) but will be cheap. www.nationalexpress.com

You can fly from Birmingham with www.flybe.com , from Luton with www.easyjet.com Stansted with www.gernmanwings.com You'll find a cheap fare is you book now, and I think that's your best option.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Harbour

by Ruediger

If you visit Hamburg you must make a tour through the harbour by ship. You can see big ships, loding many containers from the land. Normaly one ship stays three days in the harbour and than it starts and brings the shipment far away to other countries.
But take a jacked with you because it is very windy and cold on the ship.

More Pics at:Travelogue

The harbour lies on the river called 'Elbe'

The Rathaus of Hamburg / Altona

by globetrott

Altona used to be a seperate town outside of Hamburg a long time ago, but nowadays it is a part of Hamburg, west of Landungsbruecken and it also has a lot of wonderful buildings like it's townhall. This building has an interesting history, as it was first built as a train-station of "Koenig-Christina-VIII-Ostseebahn" in 1843. In 1896 it was re-constructed into the townhall of Altona. The monument in front of it shows Kaiser Wilhelm.
Just about 200 meters behind this building you may see an intersting church with a great interior and at the small cemetery around it you may find the grave of the poet Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock ( 1724-1803)

REEPERBAHN

by chancay about St. Pauli and Reeperbahn

At daytime it is just a busy street here, part of the city center, but at night it changes to one of the famoust party miles of the world, a mixture of red light district and a lot of old tradiotional harbour pubs and several newer bistros and pubs and as well several discos.

something unique

by chancay about Rickmer Rickmers

Great ambience to eat on a big sailor. The food was very good, prices a bit higher than average because of the exquisite location, I would say, but still ok. you ahve to try Labskaus, a very typical northgerman meal. See the photo.

Crypted Vault

by hb_capri

This is a chamber under the church.It has a small chapel in it and also houses the tombs of many famous German personalities including that of the world famous composer Bach.I really enjoyed the few mins I spent there.

The TV in this chamber shows the process in which the German currency coins are made.It was an interesting watch but i thought it dint quite fit in.It was while watching this video I realized that the green coloured dome is made of bronze and the green colour is years of rust!

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