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Visit Landungsbrücken, St. Michael's Church, the Kunsthalle art museum and dance the night away on the Reeperbahn.
Up for some action? Go for a beach walk on the Elbstrand, bike around the Alster lake or take a kayak and explore Hamburg's canals.
Satisfy your cravings for art in Hamburg's many exhibitions and galleries or see masters at work in their open workshops.
Whether you're looking for a unique travel guide or a collection of the city's street art: check out our Hamburg book suggestions.
You'd like to explore Hamburg? Discover the sightseeing highlights of the city with one of these guided tours.
Enjoy an evening of opera at the Staatsoper, a classical ballet performance or a concert by the Philharmonic State Orchestra.
Watch the world’s largest passenger ships roll into Hamburg harbour and embark on the journey of your life.
Done with dubbing? From art house flicks to blockbusters, watch films in their original languages every day of the week in Hamburg.
Please excuse the pun — we have collected the best links for your golfing pleasure in Hamburg and Northern Germany!
360° images and videos offer exciting perspectives on sights like the Elbphilharmonie, Elbstrand, Planten un Blomen and more.
Explore Hamburg's rich culture from the comfort of home. Online screenings, livestreams, tours and podcasts abound.
Interactive museums like Miniature Wonderland, Dialog im Dunkeln or the Hamburg Dungeon are a fun experience for the young (at heart).
New York, London, Hamburg: musical lovers can spend a perfect evening at one of the city's many shows.
Explore Hamburg's vibrant nightlife and music scene. Read all about concert venues, music-themed tours and the best bars for live music.
Enjoy Hamburg's plentiful outdoor opportunities ─ stroll around the Alster or go jogging in the Stadtpark.
Get ready to cheer at the local heroes of St. Pauli, HSV and the Towers or sign up for the marathon and join the action.
With everything from large publicly-funded stages to small underground productions, Hamburg is known across Germany for its vivacious theatre scene.
Out of Hamburg's 40+ theatres, many offer the occasional English play, while others focus entirely on the language of Shakespeare.