TOP HOTELS IN Hamburg
Book Hotels in Hamburg
Avg. price/night: 186 EUR
NH Collection Hamburg City
Avg. price/night: 171 EUR
Best Western Plus Hotel Böttcherhof
Avg. price/night: 126 EUR
Superbude St. Pauli
Avg. price/night: 71 EUR
Pyjama Park St. Pauli
Hotel Louis C. Jacob
Avg. price/night: 269 EUR
Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg Airport
Avg. price/night: 159 EUR
ARCOTEL Onyx Hamburg
Avg. price/night: 85 EUR
Privathotel Lindtner Hamburg
Heimfelder Str. 123
Avg. price/night: 184 EUR
Hotel Atlantic Kempinski Hamburg
An der Alster 72-79
Avg. price/night: 249 EUR
HENRI Hotel Hamburg Downtown
Avg. price/night: 114 EUR
What to See in Hamburg: 7 Must-Visit
Hamburg is a city of vital importance in Germany, being one of its main economic and commercial engines. The city has more than 1.7 million inhabitants, although its large metropolitan area is close to 5 million, being the seventh most populous city in Europe.
Hamburg's history extends from the 19th century, from its beginnings heavily influenced by the Elbe River which, thanks to its location and its navigability, represented the greatest benefits and conflicts for the city over the centuries. Today the port of Hamburg is one of the most important in the world.
Hamburg is a city with many tourist attractions, some of them of historical importance despite the fact that in 1945 70% of the city was completely destroyed by the allied forces bombing during World War II.
Visit the Church of St. Michaelis
Its bell tower is one of its most recognizable symbols of the city and a clear reference point. In the past the bell tower turned into the function of lighthouse for ships approaching the city.
Rathausplatz Square, a meeting point
The large town hall square is one of the great meeting points of the city and the plance where you will find some of the main attractions of the city such as the Museum of Fine Arts, the St. Nikolai or the Chamber of Commerce.
Tour the Port of Hamburg
The great port of the city, which stretches along much of it, is also one of the main attractions. On one hand due to its great and influential activity that shapes Hamburg and also thanks to some of the old brick warehouses that have been reused as cultural and shopping centres.
Walk along the renowned Jungfernstieg Street
It is one of the busiest and most elegant streets in the city. Along it you will find some of the most exclusive shops and hotels in Hamburg. Also nearby is Mönckebergstrasse, another of the city's most important commercial avenues.
Enjoy a Boat Trip on the Alster River
One of the most typical activities of Hamburg is its boat trips along the river Alster, a different way to explore and get to know the city on the other side of the shore.
Get to know the Fischmarkt Market
As in many cities around the world, getting closer to its market can be an excellent opportunity to learn about the rhythm and way of life of the city. Fischmarkt not only sells fish, it is a place where there is everything and everyone comes to.
The City of Hafen, an Icon of Hamburg
Hamburg is carrying out, in a plan that will take several decades to complete, an ambitious restructuring of the city's old quarter. Hafen city is betting on avant-garde designs such as Elbphilharmonie, a spectacular concert hall that is already one of the main icons of the city.