Enjoy Hamburg's plentiful outdoor opportunities ─ stroll around the Alster or go jogging in the Stadtpark.
The Inner and Outer Alster Lakes are a central part of Hamburg city life. Whenever the sun is out, they fill up with sailors, paddlers and rowers.
Despite being Europe's largest single orchard, this popular wedding destination maintains its medieval farmhouses and charm!
Did you know that Hamburg has its own beach and multiple beach bars? Explore the city's sandy side ─ here's how to get there.
Go sightseeing at your own pace and choose one of the eight, popular walking routes to explore the different areas of Hamburg by foot.
Take your motorhome to the city, tow your caravan to the dyke, pitch your tent on the beach! Camping options in and around Hamburg.
The "Stadtpark" is Hamburg’s recreation destination: Swim, have a BBQ or enjoy open air concerts, sculptures and the observatory!
Hamburg’s main waterway connects the city to the North Sea. Explore this mighty river by boat, ferry or a stroll along its banks.
Cycle through the Marsh west of Hamburg and experience Germany's smallest ferry, numerous birds and fascinating geological sites.
With plenty of plants, greenhouses and attractions, the gardens are great for resting, relaxing and learning.
Hagenbeck Zoo houses 210 different animal species from all over the world, a tropical aquarium and the new Arctic themed Eismeer section.
Historic headstones and family mausoleums surrounded by botanical beauty await you at the world's largest cemetery park.
Just a short stroll from the city Planten un Blomen park is the place to relax under Mediterranean fig trees or at the Japanese teahouse.
Industry meets ecology at Wasserkunst Elbinsel. Walk the trails, see the exhibits, and escape the city.
This huge animal park is home to thousands of animals, from bears to goats and pigs. Head to the petting zoo and get closer to the wildlife.