The city has more to offer than the port, shopping, museums and musicals. Come take a walk on Hamburg's alternative side!
An eyesore to some, a symbol of freedom to others. Read all about the tumultuous history of this cultural centre on Schulterblatt.
Plastic palm trees, a grassy magic carpet, a revolutionary spirit and a stunning view of the port — welcome to the city's quirkiest park.
Gängeviertel, once a living quarter with narrow and winding streets, is today a proud creative space for music, exhibitions and art.
In Hamburg's hip 'Schanze' area, these restored industrial buildings now host a unique mix of gastronomy, art and innovation.
The enormous WWII bunker next to U3-station Feldstrasse hosts all kinds of music events, and there are plans for a massive urban rooftop garden.
Find designer and vintage fashion and meet the in-crowd at the hip cafes along Marktstrasse — only a short walk from Schanzenviertel.
Schanzenviertel hosts boutiques, bars, restaurants and cafés, all with a quirky vibe by day and a cool alternative atmosphere by night.
Historic headstones and family mausoleums surrounded by botanical beauty await you at the world's largest cemetery park.
Experience Hamburg's diverse culture and community spirit. The tour runs on a pay-what-you-like basis.
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