Hotel Nevada Hamburg

Grevenweg 83, Hamburg, 20537, Germany
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Which train station in Hamburg is the safest/best to spend a few hours?

by JRJENSEN

Our family, with children, will be stopping over in Hamburg to catch a night train to Paris.

Could someone tell me which station would be the safest/best - Dammtor or HBF - Central?

Thanks!
Jan

Re: Which train station in Hamburg is the safest/best to spend a few hours?

by abalada

Hauptbahnhof (Hbf) is bigger with more shops etc.
station plan
http://www.bahnhof.de/site/shared/de/dateianhaenge/bahnhofsplaene/bahnhofsplan__hamburg__hbf.pdf
homepage of the shopping mall there (in German)
http://www.wandelhalle-hamburg.de/

Re: Which train station in Hamburg is the safest/best to spend a few hours?

by Sjalen

Hamburg Hbf is the best as it is full of shops and people all the time. You can also take the Mönckebergstrasse exit (signposted) for a few hours if you have a long wait. That is the less seedy "city centre side" of the station, with the road leading to the City Hall - the station is perfectly safe and also has guards, but when waiting for Hamburg night trains with children in tow (something I do a lot as a train loving Scandinavian) you can get a bit tired of dodging odd individuals, especially if it is a night just after a football game or so. But as I said, don't worry. Lots of families catch night trains there every day. :)

Re: Which train station in Hamburg is the safest/best to spend a few hours?

by JRJENSEN

Thank you! Your advice is good and we will be stopping at the central station. I appreciate the fact that you responded so quickly as we have to make a few reservations and needed the information.

Jan

Re: Which train station in Hamburg is the safest/best to spend a few hours?

by Turtleshell

If the weather is fine, get off at Dammtor Station and do a walk around the nearby lake Alster.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Hamburg Tip

by zheyy

I'm not sure about its construction time, but the style is really special. I like its color.
This building locates on a besiness street, however you never feel it's strange with modern commercial facilites set around.
My friend said his dream is living in it!

Schanzenviertel (Schanzen quarter)

by Rupanworld

this is a quarter where you come across lots of Portuguese cafes and bars and mini restaurants with people sitting for long and chatting. My friend told me that this is a place in Hamburg where generally the young group of boys and girls hang out (and this is very close to Reeperbahn!!!). Can just check out the cafes here.

Central Railway Station (Hauptbahnhof)

by Blatherwick

When you go to Hamburg keep in mind that there are 3 stations around town. The Hamburg Hauptbahnhof is the most central of all of them. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century on the site of the former historic city fortification wall and cemetery "Vor dem Steintor". It was opened on the 6th December 1906 and replaced a number of older railway stations dispersed throughout the city area that no longer met the demands of the growing long-distance traffic.

Turkish cooking near the Uni

by Kushelkitten about Arkadash

The Arkadash is a cozy Turkish restaurant in lower floor/basement level of a building in the Unversity quarter. In the summer you can sit and enjoy the outdoor cafe atmosphere and in the winter you can sit inside and relax while drinking a Mocca.

A great place to go for dinner either before or seeing a movie at the Abaton Kino (movie theatre) across the street.

Dont worry if you dont speak German. The waitress noted my accent and offered me an English menu last time although I dont need one. Excellet service When I go here its usually a quick meeting with friends and the appetize menu is excellent, fried eggplant/aubergine with yogurt, goat cheese filled "cigars" with a side salad, and the Tortilini in a creamy yogurt sauce is to die for .

Michaeliskirche (Church of St. Michael)

by Blatherwick

The Michaeliskirche (Church of St. Michael) is the most splendid of the northern baroque churches, although what we see today is not the original building but one that has been repeatedly renovated. The first place of worship with the name St. Michaelis was a converted and enlarged cemetery chapel, which was consecrated in 1606, and was situated roughly 200 m east of its current position, where today, on the other side of Ludwig-Erhard-Strasse, the catholic Church of St. Ansgar, known as "Kleiner Michel", stands. The first large Michaeliskirche was built between 1649 and 1661 by Christoph Corbinus and Peter Marquardt as a three naved basilica. The spire was completed in 1669. The "Kleine St. Michel", todays Church of St. Ansgar, that was situated originally next to the St. Michaelis remains.

Climb to the top of the spire for great views of Hamburg. Every night at 21.00 Hrs a trumpeter plays from the spire of the "Michael".

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