Mercure Hotel Hamburg an der Messe

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Schroederstiftstrasse 3, Hamburg, 20146, Germany
Mercure Hotel Hamburg Mitte
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Horseback riding

by PolinaS

Hello!
Are there any places in Hamburg for horseriding?
Thanks!

Re: Horseback riding

by PolinaS

Thank you for the direction :)

Re: Horseback riding

by chris.hh

If you just want to have a riding short trip - you also could do research on riding in the L√ľneburger Heide - a nice landscape not far away from Hamburg. A friend of mine she sometimes went there from Hamburg.
Here's on official link of that area - unfortunaltely just in German, but maybe you find some hints that are interesting for you.
www.lueneburger-heide.de/interessantes/reiten/reiten.html

Here some English info:
http://www.riding-vacations.info/daten/horsebackridingcamps-lueneburger-heide-80.html?subregion=1&kat_suche=kat_suche4

Have a great stay,
Chris.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Big cruising ships

by Airpunk

Hamburg is famous for its harbour, but most people think of big containerships. Of course, they dominate the sea trade business, but there are also passengers ships coming into Hamburg. Around 60 cruise ships per yearr visit Hamburg as stopover or to pick up / leave passengers. Hapag-Lloyd is one of the largest companies in Hamburg with ships like the MS Europa. Often, they spent a couple of days at the Grasbrook cruise ship terminal. When very large ships like the "Queen Mary 2" or the "Freedom of the Seas" come to Hamburg, it is announced in the media days before. Hundreds, even thousands of people come to the port just to see one of this big ships. And although I am not really a big fan of these events, I once went to Grasbrook to see the Queen Mary 2.

If you are in Hamburg and would like to do the same, be aware that the Hafen City is still under construction and reconstruction and that it is a little laid off due to the lack of appropriate infrastructure. Use bus line number 6 (metrobus) from the city center to get to the terminal.

Canoeing on the Elbe (west of the harbour)

by S.Cunis

Although the Elbe has a lot of ocean going commercial vessels goming in and out of Hamburg, it also is possible to enjoy water sports like sailing, kayaking and canoeing.

Of course you have to keep out of the main traffic route! People on those big cargo vessels might just not see you... !!!

So, for a relaxed boat trip it is best to stay just on one side!

Before you go, you also should get information about the tide schedule! Plan your trip according to the tide. Otherwise it might become a little frustrating, when actually the pedestrians on Elbufer-Wanderweg (scenic walk along the Elbe) are faster than you ;-)

Every tourist has to go once....

by Mariajoy about St. Pauli and Reeperbahn

Everyone knows or has heard of the Reeperbahn... every big city has one, particularly big port cities.... it's the red light district of Hamburg. Neon lights advertising sex shops selling sex toys and fetish gear, sex cinemas, "live" sex shows, clubs, lap dancing, strippers, etc etc etc.... if that's what you want, this is where you get it.

It's tacky and sleazy (of course) and, to be honest, it all seemed a bit sad and pathetic on a chilly night in April, there were just a few blokes hanging round door ways, more in the hope of getting warm than getting lucky. Hahahahahahahhah!!

Not very German....

by orlikins about Pizza Hut

yeah i know, more damn pizza! :)
When I arrived from Hamburg train station, I just got a slice of pizza in the station whilst I sat down with my guidebook & hamburg city map and tried to figure out how to get to the youth hostel! :)

Speicherstadt

by Carletto76

The World's largest self-contained warehouse complex, among canals and cobblestoned streets. Built between the end of the 19th century and the '10s in the typical and beautiful red-brick style of Hanseatic architecture. It's one of the most picturesque and interesting places in Hamburg, just close to the Harbour and the Altstadt, you really cannot miss it both from the sea and from the streets!

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