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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.
Think Germany, think Oktoberfest: with gigantic beers, brass bands and lederhosen. Hamburg, too, has its offshoot of this Bavarian event.
There are plenty of fruit farms in and around Hamburg where you can pick delicious fruit yourself.
By way of American pop culture, Halloween has found its way into the hearts and minds of horror buffs in Hamburg.
Every year on 3 October, Germany celebrates the fall of the Berlin Wall and the subsequent reunification of east and west.
31 Oct: This public holiday marks Martin Luther nailing his theses to the door of the Wittenberg church some 500 years ago.
Looking for some competitive fun with friends or family? You don’t have to own all the newest games to play.
Black or with a dash of milk? Get cosy over coffee or tea inside Hamburg's many cafés.
From modern art and German romanticism to ethnology and maritime history, Hamburg boasts a wide variety of museums.
Not sure where to find films in their original language? From tiny hole-in-the-wall theatres to multiplexes, we've got you covered.
Discover new animals and exciting theme parks in the region near Hamburg. With so many options, there is something for everyone!
What’s better than discovering Hamburg on two wheels? These bike tours will take you where a car could never go.
Out of Hamburg's 40+ theatres, many offer the occasional English play, while others focus entirely on the language of Shakespeare.
New York, London, Hamburg: musical lovers can spend a perfect evening at one of the city's many shows.
Go sightseeing at your own pace with one of the eight popular walking routes to explore different areas of Hamburg on foot.