Hotel Imperial

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

Millerntorplatz 3-5, Hamburg, 20359, Germany
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  • Business40

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Distance between Hamburg and Clausthal

by mohammad58

Dear VT friends,

I am accepted to continue my studies in "TUHH" Hamburg and my wife would apply to study in her desired programme in Clausthal university. I don't know exactly if "Clausthal" is the name of the city or it has another name. Just I would like to know the distance between these two universities and if we live in Hamburg is it a problem travelling to Clausthal everyday?

Any comments would be appreciated.
Rgd,
Mohammad

Re: Distance between Hamburg and Clausthal

by Kathrin_E

Clausthal-Zellerfeld is the proper name of the town. It is situated up in the Harz mountains. Definitely too far to commute every day, the drive will take at least 2 hours one way, longer by public transport. Clausthal-Zellerfeld has no train connections, the last bit has to be done by bus. If she goes by car she'll have to cope with wintery weather conditions for several months a year, which isn't funny in the Harz. You'll have to settle for weekend commuting. Or move to Hannover, which is more or less in the middle,so that both of you have to cover half the distance.

Re: Distance between Hamburg and Clausthal

by leics

I think

http://www.tu-clausthal.de/Welcome.php.en

is the university you mean?

It is in the southern part of Germany. Hamburg is in the north. The train journey between them takes 3.5 hours.

Re: Distance between Hamburg and Clausthal

by Kathrin_E

leics, Clausthal is in the Harz, which belongs to Niedersachsen, which is definitely not in the Southern part of Germany.

Re: Distance between Hamburg and Clausthal

by leics

O

Apologies.

Looks like it from the uni map though.

I did say southern, not south.

Re: Distance between Hamburg and Clausthal

by leics

By which I meant nearer the bottom than the top, as it were! :-)

Re: Distance between Hamburg and Clausthal

by mohammad58

Dear Kathrin,

Thanks very much for your helpfull comment, very useful for me.
Thanks leics for your attention too.

Rgds,

Travel Tips for Hamburg

The best part of whole Hamburg...

by sabsi

The best part of whole Hamburg is the port definitely!!! It's a huge industrial port and I just love it. Take a boat to do a 'Hafenrundfahrt', it's
really interesting and the port is really gorgeous. At least if you are into ships and industrial ports (like me). It's one of the biggest ports in Europe.

Old Half-timbered Houses in HH-Harburg

by Kushelkitten

The house in the picture above is one of roughly a dozen Fachwerkhaüser (half-timbered houses) that survived the Allied bombings in WW2 in Harburg. There is an undetonated bomb (danergous parts removed) in my backyard which attests to this. However that isnt what makes them so interesting.

At one time these dozen houses were located closer to the Elbe near the Harburger Schloss. When the lord that lived in the Schloss decided to widen his garden so the owners of the houses were forced to move them.

The houses were one by one deconstucted and the parts numbered for rebuilding in the location they are now. The problem occurred when while the parts were numbered they didnt identifiy which part belonged to which house so its possible that not all the houses are put together correctly.

Today the houses host a number of restaurants (see my entry on "Restaurant Row) as well as the Frauenkulturehaus and one serves as the apartment house in which I reside.

To get to Harburg take the S3 or S31 to Harburg Rathaus exit Neue Str.

'Cotton Club'...
I would...

by a_manisa

'Cotton Club'...
I would recommend to visit only once and with a partner. Not suitable for lonely travellers. Unlike the 'red ship', the tables (and the customers) have well defined boundaries... Little chance to make new friends. Strangers remain strangers here. Just visit once to swimm in the music.
Live Jazz music fills the space completely and floats your soul. Whether it is a quality measure - I am not sure, but the place has a very low ceiling ! Casual

Hamburg has a lot of good...

by hajin

Hamburg has a lot of good restaurants ranging in all sorts of cuisines. There are lots of Greek, Turkish and Italian restaurants all over the place. For some moderately priced food, the University area has a lot of restaurants--one of my favorites is Hindukusch, a small hole in the wall with great Afghan food. (I hope it's still there!) There's also a Korean restaurant in Eimsbuttel that was great--So Na Mu. It wasn't quite authentic--being Korean American, I should know I guess--but it was really good. Prior to going to Germany, I was afraid of sausage having only known about the hot dog vendors dotting the New York City streets, but I have acquired quite an appreciation for Bratwurst since--and it's still strong today! Also, I'm not sure if this is right, but I believe I indulged in an Alsterwasser or two while there--a mixture of beer and lemonade.

Der Michel -- St. Michael's

by Jmon

This is the distinctive mark of Hamburg & well worth a visit. The church is beautiful inside and a lift will take you to the top of the tower for a great view of Hamburg.

A few years ago, they repaired the copper roof, so now it is mostly black. It will eventually turn green with age ... as I remember it ... it is much more beautiful that way.

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Address: Millerntorplatz 3-5, Hamburg, 20359, Germany