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Hamburg's legendary music scene can't be stopped: it lives on digitally under the hashtag #LIVEFROMHAMBURG.
Various locations, 18 Sep - 15 Nov: For the kids, by the kids: this music and theatre festival features many international performances.
Explore Hamburg's rich culture from the comfort of home. Online screenings, livestreams, tours and podcasts abound.
Altona, from 4 Jul: After over a year of absence, Hamburg's beloved and iconic Sunday morning Fish Market reopens, with a few small changes.
What's better than dining or drinking al fresco in beautiful weather? Hamburg has plenty of spots for outdoor beers and bites.
The Hamburg CARD just became a lot more attractive for residents of the city: get the same discounts without spending money on a public transport ticket that you may not even need.
There are plenty of fruit farms in and around Hamburg where you can pick delicious fruit yourself.
Große Freiheit 36, 28-30 Oct: In need of a laugh? Hamburg International Comedy puts on regular comedy shows in English.
As the leaves of the trees start to turn red, Hamburgers snuggle up in cozy cafes or set foot in the cinemas and museums of the city.
Metropolis Kino + online, 19-31 Oct: Germany’s oldest and largest queer film festival shows anything from feel-good films to documentaries.
31 Oct: By way of American pop culture, Halloween has found its way into the hearts and minds of horror buffs in Hamburg.
Various locations, til Mar: Up for some frosty fun? Get your skates on and twirl, glide, or simply try to keep upright.
31 Oct: This public holiday marks Martin Luther nailing his theses to the door of the Wittenberg church some 500 years ago.
31 Oct: Like many other countries, Germany sets its clocks an hour forward in spring and back in Autumn.
7 Nov: Hamburg shops open their doors for some Sunday afternoon shopping.
9 November is the anniversary of several historic events. In Grindelviertel, candles are lit for victims of Pogrom Night.
Multiple Locations, 10-13 Nov: Germany's only music film festival celebrates all genres. 2020's expanded online programme means more people than ever can take part.
Hamburg’s beloved Kampnagel has an extensive digital programme full of theatre, concerts, lecture series and more.
Messehallen, 11-14 Nov: A wide array of affordable contemporary art awaits you at this fair. Decorate your home or office with one-of-a-kind pieces that won’t break your wallet.
Various locations, 8-14 Nov: Celebrating Hamburg's relationship with the world's largest democracy, events celebrate topics range from culture and sports to politics and business.
The pandemic is not over yet, but there are plans for lifting the restrictions. See our brief overview of the rules applicable in Hamburg to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Keep up-to-date on the current situation and learn about the health system, hospitals, doctors and pharmacies in Hamburg.
What's nicer than a hot cup of coffee in hand? Combining that with the sun shining down on your face. Here are some of Hamburg's best street and outdoor seating cafés.
Theatre pieces, poetry, tours and more: Hamburg’s renowned Thalia Theater wants to make sure no one lacks for culture while staying home.
Take a trip around the globe without leaving Hamburg! The city’s international flair can make you feel like you’re worlds away.
As Hamburg loosens restrictions, this contact tracing app is one of the best ways to help keep yourself and others safe.