Discover Hamburg's top activities, restaurants, nightlife, shopping districts, clubs, places of worship and more.
Only in town for a day? From shopping to sightseeing and from breakfast to dinner ─ here's how to spend the perfect day in Hamburg.
You have two days in Hamburg and you want to make them count? See Hamburg Tourism's tips, like the gorgeous Inselpark!
72 hours in Hamburg are still just scratching on the surface of the city's possibilities. Find all the must-sees as well as hidden gems here!
With plenty of parks and beaches in and around the city, summer is arguably the time of year when Hamburg really shines.
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.
Things become quieter, sure, but Hamburg doesn't fall into hibernation once the temperatures drop. Find out what to do and see!
See the city bloom in Spring or warm up at the Christmas markets in Winter - Hamburg is a year-round destination.
The Easter weekend is an excellent time to visit Hamburg! Enjoy brunch and visit the DOM funfair as the city awakes from hibernation.
Want to surprise your significant other for Valentine’s? Make it a day to remember in romantic Hamburg.
31 Oct: This public holiday marks Martin Luther nailing his theses to the door of the Wittenberg church some 500 years ago.
You'd like to explore Hamburg? Discover the sightseeing highlights of the city with one of these guided tours.
Go sightseeing at your own pace with one of the eight popular walking routes to explore different areas of Hamburg on foot.
Every year on 3 October, Germany celebrates the fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent reunification of east and west.
9 November marks the anniversary of a number of historic events. All across Hamburg and beyond, candles are lit to commemorate the victims of Pogrom Night.
6 December: The origins of Father Christmas, early gift giving, shoes filled with treats? Learn all about this yearly children’s celebration.