Train, bus, car or bike: Hamburg has a number of transport options, both public and private, that will let you navigate the city with ease.
Hamburg boasts an extensive public transport system including underground trains, a light-rail network, buses and ferries.
Enjoy free public transport and up to 50% discounts on museums, musicals and tourist attractions with the Hamburg CARD and Hamburg CARD Local.
In summer 2022, travel passes for both local and regional transport are only €9 per month. Click here for how they work and where to get them.
Bike-lovers can explore Hamburg on two wheels when they sign up for the city's public bike system: StadtRAD Hamburg.
Hamburg's goal? Accessibility for all. Learn about signage, discounts, public transport and wheelchair-friendly city tours.
MOIA's electric shuttles collect users traveling along similar routes and then drop them at their destinations.
Tired of traffic jams on your commute? Ditch the car, grab your bike and use Hamburg’s network of convenient cycling paths.
With several car sharing companies to choose from, your car is always parked just around the corner.
There are several sharing options in Hamburg if e-bikes are your preferred mode of transportation.
What better way to explore the city than on two wheels? Hamburg has scooter rentals perfect for visitors and locals alike.
Hamburg has several taxi companies that operate within the city. Find out how to contact them and what rates you can expect.
The city of Hamburg has cooperated with private providers to bring the first rental kick scooters onto bike lanes across the city.
Hamburg has 4 railway stations - Hauptbahnhof, Dammtor, Altona & Harburg - as well as a long-distance bus terminal (ZOB).
Hamburg has big plans to alleviate traffic congestion and connect commercial and residential areas with the city centre by expanding public transport.
To avoid unexpected travel expenses, beware of speed cameras in and around Hamburg!
Hamburg Airport in Fuhlsbüttel is your connection to 120 destinations worldwide. Click for the latest flight schedules, news and information.
Most foreign driving permits lose their validity in Germany after 6 months. Read this article to find out how to keep driving in Germany.
Everything you need to know if you bring your car with you to Hamburg or buy a new one here.