Sports, exhibitions, concerts, trade shows, street festivals - there's always something going on. See this month's highlights at a glance.
Only have time to go to the cinema once this week? Our film tip will point you in the right direction — with no dubbed over voices.
Bucerius Kunstforum, 7 Jun - 29 Sep: 80 pieces of art negotiate notions of identity and home in a globalised society.
KNUST, 23 Jun: The motto of the day is "Let's make trash great again!" Browse creative designs and have a drink while you're at it.
Scheeßel, 21 - 23 Jun: Tens of thousands of guests descend which showcases the biggest bands. Enjoy the music!
Großmarkt, 28 - 30 Jun: Around 50,000 bikers roll into the city for a weekend of gathering, live music and contests.
Kunsthalle, 12 Apr - 14 Jul: Approximately 120 works make up this overview of the arts in 19th-century Hamburg.
Falckenberg Collection, 3 Apr - 3 Nov: 56 video works from 5 decades are presented at Harburg district's finest art space.
Events Restaurants Bars and Pubs Museums Day Trips Theatres Port of Hamburg Sports Street Festivals Music Outdoors Books
Reeperbahn Nightlife District Fish Market Elbphilharmonie Old Elbe Tunnel Speicherstadt UNESCO Site Landungsbrücken Piers St. Michael's Church Planetarium City Hall
Luxury Hotels Hotels Hostels Packages Hotel Bars Camping Hamburg Card Parking Stations Plan Ahead Getting Around Neighbourhoods Shopping
The iconic DOM is the biggest public festival in Northern Germany. Held three times a year, you can experience fun, nostalgia and thrills.
Maritime parades, historic sailboats and ships, music, fireworks and food: celebrate Hamburg's biggest festival along the banks of the Elbe.
Whether you're into high fashion or vintage chic, Hamburg is a great city for shopping. Get to know the best shopping districts and outlets.
Night owls won't be bored. Dance all night long – explore the bars and pubs of St. Pauli and Sternschanze.
From haute cuisine to local specialties, taste the wide variety of Hamburg flavours — sorted by cuisine and location.
Stay up-to-date on festivals, street fairs and recurring events like the Port Anniversary, Christmas markets and the Hamburg DOM.
Towering above the Elbe and HafenCity is the city's newest landmark — the impressive concert venue Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
Planning a trip? Hamburg has four railway stations, a coach station, an international airport and a cruise terminal. Find out more here.
Choose your mode of transport to roll, paddle or ride through Hamburg your way: Options include trains and free-of-charge Stadtrad bikes.
Maps and guides for Hamburg's seven administrative districts (Bezirke) and 104 quarters (Stadtteile).
Travelling with kids, teens or pets? Are you on a vegan diet or a slim budget? See our tips and tricks to find what best fits your needs.
Feeling adventurous? Discover the best day trips around Hamburg: from beaches and wildlife parks to castles and medieval villages.
Discover Hamburg's top activities, restaurants, nightlife, shopping districts, clubs, places of worship and more.
From practical advice on finding the nearest tourist information to insight into Hamburg's colourful history. Get to know the city here.
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