Holiday Inn Express Hamburg City Centre

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Lubecker Strasse 109, Hamburg, 22087, Germany
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 26% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Hamburg to Amsterdam alternative without the volcanic ash!

by mlaskin100

Hi friends,

I'll be in Hamburg in a few days and need to get to Amsterdam to hopefully catch my flight to Florence.Since the airports are closed, can you offer a way to get to Amsterdam by bus or train or perhaps rent a 1 way car? I checked the rail fare to Florence and it's as cool $605. Way out of my league. Any suggestions

Thanks so much

Re: Hamburg to Amsterdam alternative without the volcanic ash!

by abalada

It's not that expensive by train. And Hamburg to Amsterdam also also quite a distance.

DB timetable
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en
From: Hamburg
To: Milano
To: Firenze

Hamburg to Milan is EUR 219,30 (standard fare). But e.g. for Saturday you can still get specials for EUR 103,50.
Milan (Milano) to Florence (Firenze) is
on a EuroStar Italia: EUR 52,00
on a IC train: EUR 27,50
http://www.trenitalia.com/trenitalia.html

Re: Hamburg to Amsterdam alternative without the volcanic ash!

by GyuriFT

I would go to Florence. The price you got is totally bogus - probably from that @#$% RailEurope.
It has nothing to do with the real price.

LOL - I can tell you one thing: I am an American in Hungary - but for $605 I will take you from Hamburg to Florence in my own minivan (and earn a lot)! But no need to pay me - you can have a regular ticket with the sleeper under 200 Euro with a trick or a couchette for 232 Euro if you are a loser type.

For losers: they can easily buy own train ticket on-line from German railway web site, http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

I see there are standard 4-bed couchettes available, the price is (just took April 25 as a virtual date) 232 Euro, all the way to Firenze.
But you can do even better than that.

Start here:

http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

and you will see - you can purchase the most significant part of ticket on-line.

1) Look for Hamburg - Kufstein relation. I do see a special fare of 79 Euro if you start in Hamburg at 7:28, change the trains in Rosenheim.
But for 129 Euro you can get first class, too without much stress.

Your job is to be in Kufstein no later than at 9 PM. But Kufstein is pretty interesting place - you can easily spend half day there.

The importance of Kufstein is, it is in both Germany and Austria from train tariff point of view. Go to Austrian rail ticket counter and buy the Kufstein - Firenze ticket on the CNL-485 train. Do not buy it in Germany.

The standard price is 64 Euro in second class and no stress: places are available.
If you want a sleeper - it's your for 100 Euro (T3).

This was for Sunday, April 25.

On other days it's the same.


So what does RailEurope do? What a scam!!!

Re: Hamburg to Amsterdam alternative without the volcanic ash!

by GyuriFT

@abalada: thanks, while researching I did not see your posting. In my posting I tried to go around buying expensive TCV on German part, so sent the customer to Kufstein, where he can use ÖBB's better tariff to Italy. Probably yours even better.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Painted Buildings

by Kushelkitten

Many buildings are very close together in Hamburg to save space and therefore share common walls. Bulidings which have outside walls often rent them to companies as advertising space. Some on the other hand take a slightly less commercial route and have large murals done on the sides of them.

Several of these come to mind right away. The first is just south of Hoheluft brücke and is of gray cats laying on a windowsill. The second is near the Billstedt Einkaufzentrum on Schiffbeckerweg and it is an underwater scene. Another is on Muehlendamm in Hamburg on the left handside of the road if you are heading towards Berliner Tor right if you are headed towards Mundsburg.
There is an old Del Monte advertisement on a building on Amsinckstrasse past the ADAC by a lot near the Huhnerpost. Ive included this one because it isnt a standard framed billboard but a painted mural.

Im sure there are more through out the city but these are definitely worth checking out.

NOTE : THe buliding in the photo has unfortunately been repainted and the art covered.

Canoeing on the Elbe (east of the harbour)

by S.Cunis

East of the harbour there are many places for relaxed canoeing and kayaking tours.
Especially one quiet branch of the Elbe, the Dove Elbe, is very popular for watersports. At one part of it, they somtimes have motor boat races. But most of it is relatively narrow and quiet. You can hire kayaks on the Dove Elbe.

Zum Silbersack

by chancay about St. Pauli and Reeperbahn

One of various really old bars on the Kiez in the Reeperbahn quarter. A good place to have a cold blond one (beer) in the evening and to meet new people every day. I´m not absolutely sure, but I think Erna (the place is called: Zum Silbersack (bei Erna) is still working there, already an old lady.

Enjoyable Anatolian Family Restaurant

by RhineRoll about Köz Urfa

This is a typical Anatolian family restaurant and a great recommendation for a quick dürüm as well as a dinner with friends. Great kebaps, fresh from the charcoal grill. Excellent side dishes as well. I could probably eat here every single day and as such am glad it's not in my vicinity. As usual with these places, alcoholic beverages are not being served. Ramped access to a side door, but no disabled toilet as the restrooms are located downstairs in the basement.

City Hall

by Leipzig

The Neo-Renaissance sandstone building is in my eyes the most beautiful of Hamburg. It was erected between 1886 - 1897 as seat of Senate and Parliament. inside you find almost 650 rooms. The tower is 112 meters( 367 feet) high.
After sun set the town hall got illuminated with floodlight. Very impressive!

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