A taste of Hamburg’s rich history can still be felt today, with its lively harbour especially acting like window to the past. You’ll find boats docking and trading on the hour, with the famous Fischmarkt still selling off the finest seafood every Sunday.
Head further inland towards Speicherstadt and you’ll discover a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to the Hamburg Dungeon, multiple museums and Miniatur Wunderland – one of the world’s biggest and most detailed model railways.
And of course, standing tall and proud leading the way in the city’s skyline is the spire of the city hall, surrounded by Gothic style buildings as it’s backup. A beautiful cityscape that draws you in from the moment you arrive.
Nightlife Like No Other
Hamburg is chocka-block full of options when it comes to having a wild night on the tiles – from classy cocktail bars to local pubs, and even those with dancefloors to throw shapes at all night. There’s even a nightclub situated in a well-preserved former WW2 bunker – a pretty unique experience, to say the least!
If you’ve not visited The Reeperbahn, a street and entertainment district in the heart of Hamburg, then you’ve never lived. This area shot to fame when the legendary band The Beatles started playing shows here in the 1960’s, and has remained the city’s premier nightlife spot ever since.
This neon-lit strip draws in big crowds after dark, and if you make your way to St Pauli district, you’ll be rewarded with an even edgier scene – cocktail caverns and quirky theatres, with street performers battling for your attention. One thing’s for sure – you’re pretty much guaranteed to have a good night out in this city.