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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
From EUR190.00
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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From Leuven to Hamburg

We took the train to Hamburg - a comfortable way to travel - restaurant and bar on board - belgian beer from Leuven and excellent food by a catering company called Eurest !!
Nice way to travel to the Hannover Messe via a transit stop in "Die Hansestadt Hamburg"

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Dec 16, 2003

Public Transport

Hamburg has a great local transportation network. There's S- and U-Bahn trains you can easily get everywhere with. S-Bahns are divided into 1st and 2nd class. Don't even think about getting a 1st class ticket - the 1st class looks about the same as the 2nd class!

If there is more of you - make sure to buy a day ticket for groups (up to 5 people!). It costs 7.40 EURO and that's really cheap isn't it?

Mar 29, 2003

U-Bahn - the only way to travel

Hamburg is a large, sprawling city. But the excellent network of commuter rail lines they call the U-Bahn and S-Bahn provide an easy, cheap and convenient way to get around. Ticketing is so easy for tourists. Buy a 5 person 3 day pass at one of the automatic machines and you're on your way! The trains are clean, but oh what a shame many of the windows have been scratched by vandals.

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Sep 09, 2002

I flew in from Manchester...

I flew in from Manchester (united Kingdom)

A bus takes you to the Hauptbanhof in app 25/30 mins from where you can catch Trains/U and S Bahn or Buses to just about anywhere
Very simple. The best public transport I have encountered anywhere - BAR NONE and by a long way.

The day or 3 day pass tickets are valid on : U and S bahn, buses and some ferries on the alster. Frequency and reliability of services excellent, ease of use excellent, it runs from early to late again I could go on and on if politicians from your city/town/country want to see how it SHOULD be done (sorry but public transport in UK - where I live - is a pathetic joke) they should go to Hamburg and bring back the lessons learned.

Oh and it's very good value for money I believe the current (18 Jul 2002) price for a 3 day pass is just Euros 12,80

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Aug 26, 2002
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Hamburg has an airport,...

Hamburg has an airport, harbor, Autobahn and trainstation - so you can get there by any means of transportation!
The HVV = Hamburger Verkehrsverbund covers all of Hamburg and outskirts with buses, trams, subways and even ferry boats.

There are day tickets available (from 9 until 4.30h next morning) - but make sure to ask for group tickets/ family tickets as well!

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Aug 26, 2002

Take the bus from the airport...

Take the bus from the airport into the Centrum. The driver wouldn't change a hundred-mark note, but he was willing to change a 50.
U-Bahn, S-Bahn, the subway. Fast, easy, inexpensive. No need for a car.

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Aug 24, 2002

U-Bahn Hamburg

it called Subway "U-Bahn", but if you see, a lot of time the trains are running over the edge, like here in the harbor area! You have a very nice view out of it. Dayticket is 4,65 EUR!

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Jan 03, 2005


The subway was empty this morning.

I was on my way to the airport.

Time to go back to New York.

So Long Srbija and Deutchland!!!

Mozda Kasnije!!!

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Nov 11, 2004
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"Hamburg - a lot of great memories"
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"Port Hamburg Welcomes You!"
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"The Forgotten Hamburg"
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"FIFA came & went! But There's Still Lots To Do!"
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S-Bahn and U-Bahn are the fasted and easiest public transport in Hamburg. You can reached almost every spot by using them.

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Jul 10, 2004

public transport

The easiest way of getting aroung the city is taking suburban railways (S Bahn) and undeground (U Bahn). The same tickets are valid for busses, S and U bahn. Single ticket costs 2 euro.

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Jan 22, 2004

Getting Around

The best way to get around in Hamburg is by suburban train (S-Bahn) or underground train (U-Bahn). Traffic on roads is hell during rush hour.

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Jun 06, 2003

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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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Hamburg’s Kunsthalle is one of German’s leading art galleries. Its collection includes about all the big names of painters, and some really world-famous artworks. Their temporary exhibitions are...
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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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Planten un Blomen

Plattdeutsch for “Plants and Flowers”, this is the name of Hamburg’s botanical garden. The park is surrounded by a fence but its gates are open all day and entry is free. My photos were taken in...
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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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The Jungfernstieg is a street in the center of Hamburg on the south bank of the lake called the Binnenalster. The funny name of this street comes from the word Jungfer, which is an old-fashioned word...
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