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Private Small-Group Hamburg City Tour with a Luxury Vehicle
"Enjoy a hassle free tour of city of Hamburg only with 4 people on a luxury vehicle. Your private driver will ensure you a comfortable journey and will provide you a door to door service.Hamburg city tour is the great way to see the famous sights and to WWII air raids and the Great Fire of 1842 Hamburg has a unique character within Germany. As Europe’s second largest port Hamburg has always been a magnet for adventurers and travelers from around the world and its streets are still alive with history drama and wild
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Private Small-Group Hamburg City and Countryside Tour from Kiel or Travemünde in a Luxury Vehicle
"Enjoy a hassle-free private tour of city of Hamburg and Country with a chauffeur and up to 4 passengers in a luxury vehicle. Your private driver will ensure you a comfortable journey and will provide you a door-to-door service or pickup and drop-off from to WWII air raids and the Great Fire of 1842 Hamburg has a unique character within Germany. This private tour will visit many little known or unknown places around Hamburg. See Hamburg´s iconic landmark St Michael's Church and visit Beatles-Square in Reeperbahn. Drive along the harbor front stretching from the Speicherstadt historic warehouse complex to Hafencity Europe’s biggest inner-city development. Some other Hamburg highlights include: The Rathaus the majestic Town Hall
From EUR390.00
 
Hamburg Old Town City Walking Tour in the Afternoon
"This 2-hour walking tour around Hamburg’s old town starts at Hamburg's central Station and continues along lake Alster river towards the world famous Hotel Atlantic. From Lombardsbrücke and Glockengießerwall you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the river Alster. Take Spitalerstraße to Hamburg’s longest and most famous shopping street: Mönckebergstraße. Mönckebergstraße offers you nice stores for shopping and you can also visit St. Peters Church the oldest church in Hamburg.At the end of the shopping street is the unique and fabulous city hall built in neo-renaissance style. Along the Venetian-style Alsterarkaden your walking tour continues to Jungfernstieg a boulevard at the Alster river. Passing Alsterhaus Hamburg’s oldest department store you will arrive at the end of the tour at Gänsemarkt."
From EUR25.00

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Max & Consorten

If you are looking for a German pub with students and other open-minded people in St. Georg, there are basically two options: Frau Möller and Max und Consorten. These pubs are located at either end of...
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Verdi

This excellent Italian restaurant is a bit off the beaten path of most tourists, in the quarter of Rotherbaum just north of the University. Their ambition is notably higher than the average pizzeria,...
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Casa Nostra Ristorante -Italiano

There is a very large sidewalk patio on a busy, but slow moving, street. It has an extensive menu. My meal of soup, chicken, 1/2 bottle of Italian wine and coffee cost 24.90 Euro. I enjoyed the...
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Altes Maedchen

When the Ratsherrn brand was sold in 2005 and completely revived in 2010, nobody expected that it would result in great beers and one of the best pubs in Hamburg. It is located in a former...
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Ghia Pham

In the German tradition of combining mixing Thai & Japanese dishes under one roof, Wedel's Ghia Pham restaurant takes it one step further by adding Vietnamese specialities to its' mix.With it's red...
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Big Easy

In spite of what the restaurant's name suggests, the Big Easy restaurant evokes neither the food or archietcure of the famous New Orleans, but it does borrow heavily from the American theme of "casual...
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Zum Brandanfang

Located in Deichstrasse, one of the very few preserved areas of 17th century Hamburg, this restaurant offers authentic Hamburg cuisine. Prices are higher than in other areas of Hamburg, but similar to...
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Tin Miner Finest Pasties

This ist the first place to eat Cornish Pasties in Hamburg! The Owner of this small deli, located directly at the Hamburg Harbour Skyline, learned to bake pasties in a small bakery in Cornwall. You...
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Freudenhaus St Pauli

This restaurant is in the "Reeperbahn" area. The "Reeperbahn" - Hamburg's Nightlife Hub and Red Light District.The name "Reeperbahn" comes from the old German word "Reep" meaning "heavy rope"; in the...
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Taverna Nostalgia bei Sotiris

The ultimately very best Greek restaurant I have been to so far - small, cozy, friendly staff and the most excellent food! Not the typical socalled Greek food like the "Hellas plate" or "Sokrates...
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Greek restaurant with a personal history

Sotiris is a very unique place to me: it is dark, has very basic furniture, no tablecloths, nothing fancy - just a crowd of people going there, discussing, drinking and enjoying the food.It is...
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Sun Kwong

If you are looking for a classic Chinese restaurant in the centre of Hamburg (no fusion, no fast food), I would like to recommend Sun Kwong. It is located in the upper floor of a shopping mall...
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Don Cuba

My favourite place for a cup of coffee in Hamburg is located in Hoheluft, an area which features many restaurants and cafés. This one is run by a sympathic Cuban guy and his family. The atmosphere is...
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Das Feuerschiff

So you want some beautiful food...fresh from the sea ...and in a refurbished ship....well grab a map...put on your walking shoes and head to the Hamburg harbour.The Feuerschiff is docked in the...
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Top Hotels in Hamburg

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Neuer Jungfernstieg 9 - 14, (formerly Raffles Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten), Hamburg, 20354, Germany
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Bugenhagenstrasse 8, Hamburg, 20095, Germany
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Elbchaussee 401-403, Hamburg, 22609, Germany
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Beim Alten Gaswerk 3, Hamburg, 22761, Germany
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Rothenbaumchausse 10, Hamburg, 20148, Germany
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An Der Alster 72 - 79, Hamburg, 20099, Germany
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Top Things to Do in Hamburg

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Reeperbahn - St. Pauli

St. Pauli is a traditionally working-class district of Hamburg, near the harbor. It includes the red-light district around the Reeperbahn as well as numerous bars and music clubs. The Beatles lived...
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City Centre

Three sugestions for a panoramic view over Hamburg (there are more, but these are my favourites): 1. from the "Michel"/St. Michaelis church tower 2. viewing platform from the memorial church St....
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City Hall - Rathaus

Having passed the quay, it is possible to turn to the central streets, to reach Rathaus square - Rathausmarkt. The majestic building of the Town hall - Rathaus in style neo-renessanse was constructed...
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Port - Hafen

Take a harbour sight seeing tour on-board a tourist boat; the boats are modern with a lot of glass windows. You will see what's going on in Hamburg. Departure times in Summer: Mo-Fr: 10:30AM - 6PM;...
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Speicherstadt - Old Warehouse District

Speicherstadt, or the Warehouse district, is a part of the UNESCO world heritage. The red-brick houses in line by the various canals produce the impression of unity and power. Well, I personally...
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Fischmarkt

This famous event requires setting your alarm clock to a very early hour. Every Sunday morning the market takes place on the quay of Altona. It begins at 5 a.m., if you come at 7 a.m. you are already...
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