Moorfleet Hotel

Moorfleeter Strasse 45, Hamburg, 22113, Germany
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Forum Posts

How to Get To Luebeck (& Beaches ) from Hamburg?

by ericaj.

Hi guys! I know that there is actually a 1hr train that runs directly between the main stations of these two cities, but does anyone know if it's possible to get to the beaches by Luebeck (in Travemunde and/or Wyk) via some sort of public transportation? I have friends visting me, and I would love to take them on a day trip to the beach in that area. As we are (obviously) without car, I'm wondering if there is a shuttle or bus of some sort that can get us from a central point in Luebeck to the coast.... Thanks in advance for any info that you might have to share!!!

RE: How to Get To Luebeck (& Beaches ) from Hamburg?

by planxty

I know there is a bus service from Hamburg central bus station (near the central train station) to Lubeck airport. From memory, I think it is €8 one way. there are busses from the airport around Lubeck. I don't know if this is the most direct way to do it.

RE: How to Get To Luebeck (& Beaches ) from Hamburg?

by altamiro

According to bahn.de, there is a bus (Nr. 30) from Lübeck main station to Travemünde-Strand, about every 30 min, as well as trains every hour. The travel time is 20 min on the train and 40 min at the bus. There seem to be problems due to building works right now:

http://bauarbeiten.bahn.de/docs/norden/140.pdf

(a new station is being built)

You can find any connection within Germany on www.bahn.de including busses, trams and such.

RE: RE: How to Get To Luebeck (& Beaches ) from Hamburg?

by ericaj.

thanx for the info. it's totally helpful!

RE: How to Get To Luebeck (& Beaches ) from Hamburg?

by abalada

Lübeck public transport map
http://www.luebeck.de/tourismus_freizeit/buslinien/images/sl_map.gif

There is a hourly train connection to the station Travemüne Strand (= beach).
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en?S=Hamburg&Z=Travemnde%20Strand

You can also use a mini group day ticket which is EUR 25,60.
Valid for 2-5 persons. On weekdays (Mo-Fr) only past 9am.
http://www.nah-sh.de (local public transport tariff for Schleswig-Holstein).


RE: RE: How to Get To Luebeck (& Beaches ) from Hamburg?

by ericaj.

Abalada, do I have to go directly to the DB office to get this mini-group ticket or can I buy it at the DB machine?

RE: RE: How to Get To Luebeck (& Beaches ) from Hamburg?

by abalada

DB or HVV ticket machines
Tickets for trips less than 100 im are normally only sold at ticket machines.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Sometimes Summers are COLD Here!

by ericaj.

Even though 2006 will see an incredible number of tourists visiting Hamburg in June and July, I cannot stress enough that it's not always necessarily warm here, even in the thick of summer. The weather you can most likely expect is something between the mid 60's-low 70's. Even with sunny days, it cools down fast in the evening, and it's not unusal to have a string of summer days, only to have it rain suddenly and the tempature drop to 55°F degrees for a full 10 days afterwards.

Warm sunny days here are nearly impossible to predict it seems. To be safe, bring one pair of jeans and one heavy sweater, or lighweight jacket ,even if you are visiting in the height of the summer months. The trick here is dressing in layers, so remember, you can always remove your thick sweater or leave your jacket in the hotel if you're warm , but if you're underdressed in a rainy 55°F Hamburg, it 's no fun and definitely puts a damper on being able to get around comfortably!

Famous Rock, Jazz, etc. Concert Hall

by S.Cunis about Fabrik

This is a famous, by now almost traditional place for all sorts of concerts.

You also can go there during the day, meet with friends and have a snack.
They also are a sort of community center and offer arts related activities also for children.
They also have an internet cafe informal

Upscale Harbour Front Italian

by RhineRoll about La Vela

La Vela is one of those restaurants you don't go for everyday grub, but in order to celebrate a special day or a special moment. It is located in the trendy Fischmarkt district in an old converted storage building right on the waterfront. The setting becomes especially spectacular in summer, when you can sit right outside by the water on a terrace and watch the ships coming and going. Extensive list of fine Italian wines

Krameramtswohnungen

by Blatherwick

In 1620 in Krayenkamp stood a pleasure gardens with country house and summer house. In 1676 the Krameramt (Guild of Small Traders) acquired the site and erected two rows of terrace-houses facing each other across a narrow lane. Each terrace consisted of five two-storeyed half-timbered houses with flats for the widows of small traders. After the introduction of freedom of trade in 1866 the city acquired the buildings and they were turned into old people's flats. From 1971 to 1974 ensued drastic repairs and restoration. The twisted chimneys are an original architectural detail of the buildings.

Today the road is full of souvenir shops, restaurants and some art galleries. Despite the hordes of tourists you do get an idea of what it was like back in the 17th century.

Hamburg's 'EL'

by sourbugger

In Chicago, the Elevated railway or 'EL' is strongly marketed as a symbol of the city.

Hamburg has it's own 'El', a section of over two Kilometers of the U-Bahn network, affording great views the port area of of the city. It seems a pity that it is not promoted in the same kind of way.

The Hochbahn, as it is properly called, can be accessed for a trifiling sum, and provides a reliable transfer between the main central station and the St Pauli / Reeperbahn area.

Of particular note is the Baumwall station, partly because it has been resored to something approaching its original look, and partly because this is the best place to stop off and visit some of the historic ships in the inner harbour area.

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