Whether you're looking for a unique travel guide or a collection of the city's street art: check out our Hamburg book suggestions.
Members of the Hamburg Bücherhallen library service can now enjoy almost 9,000 free ebooks and audiobooks in nine different languages.
Neon lights, painted letters ─ from colourful to monochrome. This book showcases the face of the city by its signs in alphabetical order.
This book provides an overview of the sights and places the world associates with Hamburg and shows where Hamburgers live, work and play.
The ideal city guide for travellers as well as Hamburg locals who want to escape the crowds and go beyond the well-known paths.
Hamburg in the early 1970s: The photos follow the rythm of spontaneity and show random, brief encounters in the streets.
From people rushing by to paradoxical moments: Street photography by Hamburg-based photographers Nino Vela & Daniel Nide.
Whether it's stencils, cut-outs, stickers applied on walls, signs, bridges, fences or trees ─ get involved in Hamburg's street art scene.
Illustrator Chris Campe shows Hamburg's most interesting places in 250 extraordinary drawings. From well-known to rare finds.
The current art catalogue of MILLERNTOR GALLERY in St. Pauli: the first permanent social art gallery inside a football stadium.