Urban art, outdoor movies, flea markets, performances, arts and live music shows — get to know Hamburg's cultural side.
Think Germany, think Oktoberfest: with gigantic beers, brass bands and lederhosen. Hamburg, too, has its offshoot of this Bavarian event.
This Altona-based street festival combines theatre performances, arts, flea markets, live music and parties.
Food, music, dance and art: Africa's rich and diverse cultures are well represented in the annual Alafia Festival in Altona.
To celebrate the strong ties between Hamburg and Japan, the Cherry Blossom Festival is held annually in May.
Music, arts and entertainment for a good cause: for four days, the St. Pauli football stadium is Hamburg's (sub-)cultural place to be.
This summer of 2018 was dedicated to the best of international photography. 320 artists were featured at 80 different locations.
Along with the rest of the world, Hamburg celebrates Ireland on 17 March ― with lots of green and beer!
Watch international classics, cult films and blockbuster movies at these open air cinemas in Hamburg’s great urban outdoors.
Meet international designers and marvel at the best in contemporary craftsmanship at one of the longest running fairs of its kind in Germany.
Every year in autumn, 40 venues open their doors all night to showcase the performances of the upcoming theatre season.
For three weeks, Barmbek’s finest Kampnagel hosts one of the leading festivals in Europe for modern performance arts.
Like many other European cities, Hamburg celebrates Heritage Day by inviting the public to the various monuments.
The Easter weekend is an excellent time to visit Hamburg! Enjoy brunch and visit the DOM funfair as the city awakes from hibernation.
More than 100 churches in and around Hamburg open their doors to the public, offering festive insight into the city's various communities.
At Harbour Front Festival many of the world’s best-selling authors read from the season’s most anticipated works of literature.
Enjoy urban art, street theatre, hiphop, dance and more at this international street art festival in Hamburg.
By way of American pop culture, Halloween has found its way into the hearts and minds of horror buffs in Hamburg.
Contemporary art, installations, performances and murals: Every year in October, Hamburg is transformed into an street art hub.
Hamburg celebrates its relationship with the world's largest democracy. The many events range from culture and sports to politics and business.
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