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  • The exterior view of the Alex Restaurant at Jungfernstieg

    Cafés, Beach Clubs, Outdoor, Restaurants

    Alex

    Enjoy a great view on the Binnenalster and a short break from the nearby hustle and bustle of the hectic city. Even in the winter you can sit outside and enjoy a nice warm drink under a radiant heater. Also you can choose between a large range of different dishes. But be advised: Particularly on weekends seats may not be guaranteed.


    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/Christian Spahrbier

    2,7 km away

  • Das Hamburger Rathaus von den Alsterarkaden aus fotografiert.

    Shopping Miles

    Alsterarkaden

    The Alsterarkaden are located directly on the Alsterfleet and between the Rathausmarkt and Jungfernstieg. Here you will find small exclusive cafés, restaurants and shops that are definitely worth a visit. The terrace directly on the water and the white round arches give the Alsterarkaden a Venetian touch in the middle of Hamburg.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJulia Photography

    2,9 km away

  • The shopping center Alsterhaus at Jungfernstieg.

    Passages & Stores

    Alsterhaus

    The exclusive and more than 100 years old traditional Alsterhaus can not be missed during a shopping spree in the city. Exclusive fashion on more than 24.000 square meters as well als confectionery stores, beauty lounges and delicatessen stores will let shopping hearts beat a little higher!

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Sven Schwarze

    3,2 km away

  • bright red cherries hanging on a tree

    Altes Land - Cycle Route

    In the "Altes Land" there are many small cafés where home-made cakes are served. For you, this means don't have too much breakfast at the hotel, because your stomach needs space. From the hotel, you go down to the Landungsbrücken, where the HVV ferry is waiting for you at bridge one. The ferry takes you across to the other side to Finkenwerder. On the journey you get a little taste of things to come, as the ferry passes the fish market, the Elbe beach and the "Treppenviertel". Once you arrive in Finkenwerder, follow the dike, where windmills and Half-timbered houses will call out to you for a short break. Don't forget the plantations and the many fruit farms you will encounter in the "Altes Land". At the Café Obsthof-PuurtenQuast or the Herzapfelhof Lühs you can enjoy coffee and cake. Afterwards you can make your way to the Libscher Kuhlen and relax. There you can enjoy the peace and quiet and the sun before returning via Finkenwerder. To round off a successful tour, why not enjoy a fish sandwich at the Landungsbrücken.

    Click here, because whether at flowering or harvest time, the Alte Land is always ready.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Andreas Vallbracht

    52,0 km away

  • Two toasting beer mugs over a table covered with all kinds of delicacies.

    Outdoor, Restaurants

    Altes Mädchen - Brewery Inn

    In Hamburg's nightlife district, the "Altes Mädchen" brew pub not only offers a wide selection of craft beers, but also freshly prepared regional classics, homemade bread, tasty organic burgers and modern North German brewpub cuisine.

    Photo: ©Altes Mädchen

    2,2 km away

  • A view of the Altona balconies in sunshine.

    Altonaer Balkon

    27 Meters above the River Elbe, this viewpoint offers spectaculare views on the harbour and you will see many big ships crossing the river. The impressive panorama invites visitors to linger around. If you want to enjoy a nice walk, the beautiful Elbstrand is not far away!

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    2,0 km away

  • Glass façade of the museum in which the blue sky is reflected. In the right foreground is a flag with the museum logo.

    Altonaer Museum

    The Altonaer Museum offers great attractions for the whole family. The tours through the museum or the "Kinderolymp", that explains the exhibition pieces in an interactive and playful manner enthuse the small visitors.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg Thisisjulia Photography

    3,6 km away

  • The view of the restaurant Am Kai at the Elbe River.

    Restaurants

    Am Kai

    The Am Kai is a fish restaurant with a French-Italian touch. You can enjoy the various dishes with views over the Elbe and in summer, the terrace welcomes you with a maritime flair. In the area of focus are regional products, quality and fresh fish.

    Photo: ©AM KAI

    3,1 km away

  • A view of the Außenalster in the sunshine.

    Außenalster

    The 7.4 kilometer path surrounding the Außenalster is one of the most enjoyable activities in Hamburg. A walk around the Außenalster invites you to unwind and relax in the beautiful nature. The little cafes and pavilions along the way offer small culinary delicacies as well as coffee and cakes.

    Tip: The path is also known as a beautiful jogging area for athletes and it is possible to rent boats or canoes all around the Außenalster.

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    3,5 km away

  • The Alster adjoins on a summer meadow. In the background you can see part of Hamburg.

    Binnen-/ Außenalster - Cycle Route

    There are many nice places along the innen/ außenalster where you can simply switch off under the many weeping willows and put your mobile phone away. Nevertheless, you should take your mobile phone with you, because one or the other spot will lend you a photo during the trip. You start at our hotel in the direction of St. Pauli and through the Planten un Blomen park. Then you pass the botanical garden, the rose garden and many water fountains. Now you are in the heart of Hamburg and it is not far. You pass the casino and the Dammtor railway station on Kleine - Fontenay - Straße and are directly at the water. Now you can enjoy the sun's rays and the fresh air. Full of energy, you start your way home. Either through Planten un Blomen again, where you can watch water light shows from May to the end of August, or you can make a break in Hamburg's city centre, where you will find many boutiques and restaurants.

    This tour is short but exclusive. Click here and go!

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg / Andreas Vallbracht

    9,0 km away

  • Crab rolls and champagne are served on the terrace by bruecke 10.

    Local

    Brücke 10

    What should not be missed during a stay in hamburg? A typical „Fischbrötchen“ the tasty fish bun is best to be enjoyed with beautiful views over the river Elbe. We have found the tastiest one for you directly at the Landungsbrücken at “Brücke 10” where you can enjoy your bun watching the big ships and let your mind wander.

    Photo: ©Nicole Gaidies

    2,0 km away

  • A small merchant's hall with seating.

    Local, Restaurants

    Buddels Guesthouse & Winebar

    The theme of Buddels Gasthaus & Weinbar is: Passion. Fresh, regional and with seasonal ingredients, all kinds of delicacies are conjured up here. The young team focuses on the variety that can be created with regional products. Buddels has found its home in an old, lovingly furnished Kontorhaus and invites you to linger. End the evening together and enjoy culinary works of art.

    Photo: ©Buddels Guesthouse & Winebar

    2,0 km away

  • Two croissants are placed on a black plate and dusted with icing sugar from above.

    Cafés

    Buttercrumbs Bakery

    Just a short walk from the hotel you will find the small Buttercrumbs Bakery. The bakery is our hidden insider tip, which has been spreading the smell of fresh pastries and cinnamon buns in the neighbourhood since 2022. From sweet to savoury, there's something here for every taste.

    Photo: ©Mae Mu/ Unsplash

    400 m away

  • The exterior façade of a Café May branch.

    Cafés, Local, Outdoor

    Café MAY

    Café May has eight locations in Hamburg, for good reason. The café on St.Pauli in particular attracts visitors with comfortable sofas and an individual charm. Homemade cakes, a rich breakfast buffet and a nice atmosphere at very fair prices - it is worth a visit!
    Our Tip: In the evening, there are delicious cocktails and board games offered.

    Photo: ©Cafe May

    372 m away

  • A canoe trip through the countless waterways of Hamburg.

    Canoe on the Alster Lake

    Hamburgs countless waterways can be used for canoeing and paddle boarding during the summer time. Become familiar with Hamburg in a special, idyllic way and spend the day relaxing whilst floating. A special Highlight: You can get ice cream straight to your canoe or board.

    Did you know? Hamburg has more bridges than Venice and Amsterdam alltogether.

    Photo: ©Kara/ stock.adobe.com

    5,4 km away

  • A view of the ship Cap San Diego in the Elbe River.

    Sights

    CAP SAN DIEGO

    The worldwide biggest museum cargo ship belongs to the port of Hamburg. The still apt to sail CAP SAN DIEGO can be visit every day and a few times a year the ship sets to sea in the in the course of a museum sail.

    Photo: ©thorabeti

    3,0 km away

  • The floristic cemetery in Ohlsdorf.

    Sights, Activities

    Cemetery Ohlsdorf

    The cemetery Ohlsdorf offers an impressive variety of flora and fauna. 389 hectare are characterised with big green areas, ponds and even many animals that feel home here. Since 1877 it is possible to get in touch with culture and history at the worldwide biggest park cemetery Ohlsdorf.

    Photo: ©Biker / Fotolia

    10,9 km away

  • A chocolate selection from the Chocoversum.

    Museums & Exhibitions, Activities

    Chocoversum

    In the Cocoversum you will enjoy the sweet pleasure of many different chocolates, whilst learnin something about the traditional production of our beloved candy. The production is explained in a fun atmosphere, joining in and tasting are explicitly encouraged - just the right thing for all chocolate lovers!

    Photo: ©Hachez Chocoversum GmbH

    2,9 km away

  • A picture of the Chug Club and the owner.

    Cocktail Bars

    Chug Club

    The Chug Club has been considered “bar of the year“ and “host of the year“ – is there anything more to say? The owner Bettina Kupsa has created a drink called “Chug”, which is a mixture out of a shot and a long drink and therefore has created a new favorite among their guests.

    Photo: ©Tim Gerdts

    961 m away

  • Hamburg's imposing city hall at dusk.

    Sights

    City Hall

    The impressive town hall at the Rathausmarkt in the city centre is the political centre and is definitely worth a visit. After 13 years of construction, the city hall fascinates its visitors not only from the outside but can also be discovered from the inside on a guided tour.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Roberto Kai Hegeler

    2,5 km away

  • The Clockers cocktail bar in forest look.

    Cocktail Bars

    Clockers

    In this trendy bar, the high quality of the drinks always comes first. You will get exclusive spirits from the owner´s home production. Another tip: the Clockers bar is the perfect location for a high-class gin-tasting!


    Photo: ​​​​​©clockers GmbH

    1,4 km away

  • The family-run restaurant Cuneo with its own imported wine.

    Restaurants

    Cuneo

    The family-run Trattoria is located very close to our hotel and also to our hearts! We love the Cuneo are very happy to have them around us. The unpretentious Italian food, the great service and wine, directly imported from Italy, make a perfect evening. With more than 100 years tradition the Cuneo is the oldest Italian restaurant in Hamburg.

    Photo: ©Cuneo

    1,1 km away

  • Disney's The Lion King

    Theater & Musical

    DISNEYS THE LION KING

    The moving, beautiful story of the litte lion Simba is equally well known and loved by young and old. DISNEYS THE LION KING is the most famous musical worldwide and we cannot imagine Hamburg without it. Getting to experience the fascinating African world on the other side of the river Elbe is an experience that should not be missed! The incredible costumes and touching music create an incomparable musical-adventure.

    Photo: ©Stage Entertainment

    12,6 km away

  • A white curly dog is being blow-dried.

    Dog salons

    Dog salon at the zoo

    With over 70 years, the dog salon at the Tierpark is the oldest in Hamburg. With professionalism, a calm and a relaxed atmosphere, not only your dogs, but also you feel at ease.

    Photo: ©Aleksandr Tarlokov/ Pixabay

    9,0 km away

  • A Golden Retriever is walked on a leash.

    Dog service

    Dog Service Altona - Marion Brown

    Marion Brown is a great dog lover and has been running her own dog walking service for more than 10 years. Dogs need friends, just like people, and that's what Marion Brown wants to offer your dog: a walk with friends.

    Photo: ©Andriyko Podilnyk/ Unsplash

    2,3 km away

  • A tree trunk on which several lines in different colours hang.

    Shops

    Doginson - Life with the Dog

    Blue - white stripes, anchors, ship's ropes or rudders are typical of the north and our Hanseatic city, and Doginson designs leashes, collars and toys for dogs in this maritime style. In addition, Doginson is also a breeder and boarding kennel operator and is at your side with help and advice.

    Photo: ©Doginson

    5,8 km away

  • Woman kissing a small white puppy.

    Dog service

    Dogland - Dog care at the harbour

    You have an important appointment at which your dog is not allowed to be present? No problem! The dog care located in Altona is always happy to look after your little friend. With large rooms, small groups and a variety of green spaces in the immediate vicinity, your dog is in perfect hands here.

    By the way: Handicapped, older or physically/healthily impaired dogs are also warmly welcomed and cared for.

    Photo: ©Oleksandr Pidvalnyi/ Pexel

    2,0 km away

  • The sophisticated stripclub Dollhouse.

    Clubs

    Dollhouse

    In the strip club Dollhouse sophisticated strip shows and table dance are expecting you. The Dollhouse is well known beyond the city’s boarders and worth a visit. You will get a good impression of the red-light district, which i spart of our hanseatic city.

    Photo: ©Dollhouse

    1,6 km away

  • A sliced Dulf's Burger.

    Outdoor, Restaurants

    Dulf's Burger

    Dulfs`Burger - A must for all burger lovers! Here, everything from the patty to the bun is freshly made from scratch. Recipes such as Dulf's homemade guacamole, coleslaw, bruschetta etc. are freshly prepared on site every day. Homemade simply is the best! And even better: Dulf's now serves three districts with its creations. What are you waiting for?

    Photo: ©Dulf`s Burger

    1,7 km away

  • A dike with sheep

    Elbdeich- Cycle Route

    Starting at the hotel, we first go through the old Elbe tunnel. The tunnel opened for the first time in 1911 and is now the fastest way to cross the Elbe on foot or by bike. It is 21 metres underground and from side to side it is only 426 metres that you have to cover. On the other side, a breathtaking view over the port of Hamburg awaits you. You cycle through Veddel and Rothenburgsort direction of the Dove Elbe. Keep going straight on and you will reach the "Die Reit" nature reserve, where the Dove Elbe flows into the Gose Elbe. Now you will come to a fork in the road, either drive through the nature reserve, which is more than 40 years old, or turn left. Here you will come to the Ochsenwerder Norddeich, which you must continue to follow. Arriving at the Oortkatenweg, you continue straight ahead and then meet the Oortkaten Lake, where the Süd -/ and Norderelbe join again. Now is the perfect time to relaxed. Enjoy the sun and drink a lemonade that will really make you feel the summer. Via the Gauerter Hauptdeich you return via Rothenburgsort, the Oberhafen canal and the Zollkanal. Finally, you will pass the Portuguese quarter, where the nice little restaurants will tempt you to have dinner. From here you will return to the hotel and the day is over.

    You want to start cycling right away? Click here, pack your drinks and snacks and set off on our Elbe dyke tour.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Doro Zinn

    48,0 km away

  • A small boat sailing on the Elbe River past the Elbhilharmonie.

    Sights

    Elbphilharmonie

    Our Elphi – the Elbphilharmonie is one of the most famous landmarks in Hamburg and even the locals have taken the Elphi into their hearts. You should not miss out a visit to the plaza – it is free of charge and definitely a must see in Hamburg!

    Photo: ©Stefan Karsten

    2,9 km away

  • People walking along the Elbe beach. The building of the old Elbe tunnel can be seen in the background.

    Elbstrand - Cycle Route

    A moment ago you were having breakfast and now you're sitting on the beach and all that in less than half an hour? From the hotel, ride past the Altona fish market to the "Himmelsleiter". Here you have to leave your bike for a moment, because you're going up high. The breathtaking view makes the many stairs seem less daunting, because from here you have a great all-round view of the harbour. Once you reach the Elbe beach, you pass beautiful houses that make you feel like you're in a dream destination. On the next stretch of beach is the „Alte Schwede“. An erratic boulder that, at around 20 metres and 217 tonnes, amazes many tourists every day. You can now continue to the "Treppenviertel", but as the name suggests, you have to connect your bike here and climb stairs again. From the top you will then have a wonderful view of the Elbe, the villas on the slopes of the Elbe and the small winding streets of Hamburg. Back you go again past the "Himmelsleiter" and the "Platz der Republik".

    Believe us, you'll only get to the beach so quickly in other holiday destinations. Click here, pack a beer and take in the view.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJulia Photography

    27,0 km away

  • Two people sitting on the beach at sunset at the harbour.

    Elbstrand Övelgönne

    Beach holiday in Hamburg? Not a problem at all!
    The beautiful beach on the Elbe, Övelgönne, which is easy to reach by ferry, invites you to a relaxing sunbath, picnic or for a walk. The view of the large container ships is included.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Jörg Modrow

    5,1 km away

  • Two full breakfast plates and a cup of coffee.

    Outdoor, Restaurants, Cafés

    EM Breakfast Club

    The EM Breakfast Club is a breakfast café that is also good for late risers. Whether in the morning or in the afternoon, you can have delicious breakfast all day long. You'll find healthy bowls, fluffy waffles or beautifully arranged breakfast platters.

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    1,6 km away

  • A park with a green lawn and a person playing with a dog.

    Parks

    Emil-Wendt-Park

    Dogs love to let off steam, run after a stick or simply discover new corners. In the newly renovated park right next to the Reeperbahn, your dog can enjoy nature off-leash.

    Photo: ©Daria Obymaha/ Pexel

    1,5 km away

  • The Entenwerder1 Cafe on the banks of the Elbe in Hamburg.

    Cafés, Outdoor, Local

    Entenwerder1

    Would you like a little holiday feeling? If so, we can only warmly recommend Café Entenwerder1. The special thing about this café is that it is located directly on the Elbe on a floating Panton. You can indulge in delicious food, drink a coffee in comfort and enjoy the great view of the water. Insider tip from us: The café is perfect for a nice bike ride along the Elbe cycle path.

    Photo: ©Entenwerder1

    7,5 km away

  • The Eppendorf jumble sale run by private individuals.

    Flea Markets

    Eppendorf flea market

    The Eppendorfer flea market is a special one! It is only permitted for private exhibitors who live in or in the surroundings of Eppendorf to offer their goods at the market. On this flea market you can find great antiques as well as small souveniers to your Hamburg trip.

    Photo: ©FSEID/ stock.adobe.com

    5,6 km away

  • The Espresso House at Alstertor from the outside.

    Cafés, Outdoor

    Espresso House

    The aroma of freshly brewed coffee in the air leads you to the Espresso House on Alstertor 1. Relax here after your shopping trip in Hamburg's city centre and enjoy the living room atmosphere with high-quality drinks and delicious snacks!

    Photo: ©Espresso House

    2,3 km away

  • A sandy beach with several umbrellas and green bushes directly on the water.

    Parks

    Falkenstein Ufer

    Especially in summer, a walk through Blankenese, along the Elbe on the sandy shore of the Falkensteiner Ufer, is very beautiful. With the view of sand, water and the passing ships, it feels like standing by the sea. Dogs are also welcome here and are allowed to roam freely without a leash and jump into the water.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Lisa Knauer

    16,0 km away

  • The exterior view of the Fischereihafen Restaurant with a view of the terrace photographed from the River Elbe.

    Local, Restaurants, Outdoor

    Fischereihafen Restaurant

    The Fischereihafen Restaurant is a restaurant located at the harbour, where you can enjoy freshly caught regional fish as well as traditional seafood dishes. You also get to enjoy a beautiful view over the harbour from the terrace.

    Photo: ©Fischereihafen Restaurant

    2,4 km away

  • The Altona Fischmarkt ferry pier, in front of the famous fish auction hall.

    Sights, Local, Activities

    Fischmarkt

    Every Sunday morning the traditional Fischmarkt welcomes more than 70.000 guests. In the summer the fish market opens at 5 o´clock in the morning. The unique flair is characterized by Live-music, flowers, fruits, fish and more delicacies. You can get a great breakfast there and enjoy the sunrise.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Christian Spahrbier

    2,0 km away

  • A square with several market stalls and a lot of people.

    Flea Markets

    Flohschanze

    The jumble sale Flohschanze ist locatet next to the tube station Feldstraße. Every Sunday from 8 am to 4 pm private exhibitors as well as retailers offer their goods and chattels.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Thisisjulia Photography

    1,5 km away

  • Four actors performing a Hanseatic play on stage.

    Theater & Musical, Activities

    German Theater

    The largest German-language theater in the middle of Hamburg's main train station. Here modern, diverse and worth seeing shows take place, which are awarded many times. Here great actors create unforgettable moments. A fantastic theater with great performances and unique ensembles. The impressive architecture is definitely worth a visit, especially the pointy theater hall.

    Photo: ©Matthias Horn, 2019

    3,6 km away

  • The planetarium is spotlighted by the sun. In the background is a part of the green area

    Hamburg City Park - Cycle Route

    Everyone is welcome in Hamburg's city park. Here you will find everything your heart desires, from a miniature golf course to a bathing lake or small cafés. The starting point is the hotel, where you head towards Planten un Blomen and then arrive at Gänsemarkt. From there, take the well-known Rothenbaumchaussee to a roundabout at Klosterstern. At the roundabout, take the second exit and follow Marie-Louisen-Straße to the Stadtpark. Once you arrive at the Stadtpark, the planetarium is definitely worth a visit. Here you can be fascinated by the starry sky and learn something at the same time. After the show, you can continue to explore the third largest green space in Hamburg by bike. Our tip is to take a short break in the reading café. Back at the planetarium, you can enjoy the sun on the large lawn and if it gets too hot, jump into the lake in front of it. You can also take a look at the city park from a different perspective. To do this, you have to park your bike on the Liebesinsel and rent a canoe from the boat rental. Now you are free to decide whether to stay on the lake or explore the wider canals of the Alster. But remember you have to pass the planetarium and return to the hotel via Rothenbaumchaussee.

    Let yourself be enchanted by nature and the breathtaking starry sky. Click here and go on a journey.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

    18,0 km away

  • A journey through the dark past of Hamburg in the Hamburg Dungeon.

    Activities

    Hamburg Dungeon

    In Hamburg´s Dungeon you will learn something about the dark past of our Hanseatic city in a spectacular way. Take a trip to the past and enjoy entertainment on a great level.

    Tip: To avoid the long queue you can reserve tickets in advance.

    Photo: ©Bjoern Gantert

    2,3 km away

  • Various puppets from the Hamburg Puppet Theatre.

    Theater & Musical

    Hamburgs Puppet Theatre

    In this puppet theatre, shows like "Rabbit and Hedgehog", "Petterson and Findus" or "Max and Moritz" impress the audience. The love in every detail not only lets the eyes of children shine, but also the ones of adults.

    Photo: ©Fotolia

    7,5 km away

  • A freshly steaming pho soup with glass noodles and fresh fennel photographed from above.

    Restaurants

    Hanoi Deli

    In the traditional vietnamese restaurant Hanoi Deli, which is located near the city hall, you can enjoy a great selection of high quality vietnamese dishes with first-class quality in a cosy atmosphere.

    Photo: ©Markus Winkler/ Unsplash

    1,8 km away

  • A bicycle stands on a bridge in HafenCity

    Harbour - Cycle Route

    On this bike tour you will have seen something of every part of the harbour. You start at the hotel and the first stop is not far away, the Elbphilharmonie. Hamburg's landmark, which was built in 2016 and is now indispensable. Through the Speicherstadt, the HafenCity, over the Elbbrücken bridges, you drive onto the Veddeler Damm. Now you are in the more industrial part of the harbour. There you can visit the most attractive place for tourists. It is the Harbor Shop, where you can buy everything from sweets to electrics. Back to the hotel you go via Steinwerder through the old Elbe tunnel.

    Harbour tour! Harbour tour! But today not by boat, but by bike. Click here and explore everything around the harbour.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

    18,0 km away

  • A boat that is lying on the water. In the background you can see the sun going down and turning the light golden.

    Activities, Sights

    Harbour Cruise with Rainer Abicht

    Cruise through the hamburg harbour with Rainer Abicht's barge. You can choose between the 1 or 2 hour harbour tour, the launch tour and the evening light tour. From the barge you can see Hamburg from a completely different view. In addition to the fascinating view, you will of course be provided with all the information you need about the Hamburg harbour. A little tip on the side: you can get discounted tickets at our reception.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJulia Photography

    350 m away

  • Juicy cheese spaetzle garnished with braised and fried onions.

    Restaurants, Local

    Hatari - Pfälzer Stube

    The Pfälzer Stube is located 4 times in Hamburg. Luckily right in our neighbourhood. The restaurant is modern and rustic. Here you will find everything that belongs to Palatinate cuisine, from dumplings to sensational spaetzle with cheese. Bring an appetite with you. Hatari also has an excellent cocktail menu.


    Photo: ©Hans/ Pixabay

    1,6 km away

  • People who ride the roller coaster.

    Activities, Sights

    Heide park

    The amusement park just outside of Hamburg is the perfect place for families and all adrenaline junkies. From wild rides to many treats, there is everything your heart may desire. We promise, it is worth a visit if you are looking for a day full of fun and laughter!

    Photo: ©Heide-Park Soltau GmbH

    73,0 km away

  • The ship Cap San Diego at Hamburg harbour surrounded by fog.

    Activities

    Hidden in Hamburg - Escape Room

    You can go on a special adventure on hamburg`s two museum ships, the Cap San Diego and the Rickmer Rickmers. You can not only visit the two landmarks of the Hanseatic city of Hamburg, but also plunge into various adventures by doing an Escape Room. The ships offer escape games with a wide variety of themes, for children over the age of 10, which makes it a great family activity!

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Ingo Boelte

    850 m away

  • From the frontal perspective, you can see the Isemarket on both sides, which passes underneath the subway bridge..

    Activities, Outdoor

    Isemarket

    Between the Hoheluft and Eppendorfer Baum subway stations, you will find Hamburg's best-known market, the Isemarkt, under the subway bridge. A market that has a variety of things to offer will accompany you for the whole 600 metres on Tuesdays and Fridays. From fresh fruit and vegetables to flowers, homemade things and small food stands, here you can find everything your heart desires.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Lisa Knauer

    5,0 km away

  • The 24 hectare Jenischpark in the nature reserve.

    Parks

    Jenischpark

    The Jenischpark with its 24 hectare large, is part of the nature reserve Flottbektal and is located close to the Elbe. Culture lovers can enjoy the Jenisch-Haus and the Art forum, which are also located within the park. It is not only an experience for you but also for your dog.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Martin Brinckmann

    8,3 km away

  • The exterior view of the Alex Restaurant at Jungfernstieg

    Sights, Activities

    Jungfernstieg

    Located in the heart of our Hanseatic city, the Jungfernstieg belongs to one of the most beautiful and popular places in Hamburg. In 1838 the Jungfernstieg was the first asphalted square in Germany. Nowadays you can sit down on the stairs, enjoy the view of the Alster and recharge.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Andreas Vallbracht

    2,8 km away

  • A plate of grilled fish.

    Restaurants, Local, Outdoor

    Karo fish

    What is our hanseatic specialty you might ask, correct, it is preparing fresh fish! Karo fish offers its guests a pleasant atmosphere with nice seating. You can enjoy fresh fish and many delicacies in- or outside. If you are looking for a good traditional dish, that does not only taste good, but is also affordable, this ist he place to go!

    Photo: ©Alexey Demidov/ Pexels

    2,0 km away

  • Three people, with shopping bags in their hands, walk through a street.

    Shopping Miles

    Karolinenviertel

    The Karoviertel’s vibe is pretty similar to that of the Sternschanze and there is a lot to explore. Lovely cafes, good restaurants and alternative boutiques far away from the mainstream invite you to enjoy an extensive and relaxed shopping day!

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Sven Schwarze

    1,9 km away

  • Several cafes and restaurants lined up in the sunshine.

    Cafés, Cocktail Bars

    Katze

    The Katze is a bar in the middle of the street Schulterblatt in the Sternschanze district. Here you not only marvel at the great drinks, but also admire the people who pass by and who like to hang out, especially at the weekend. Pssst! - our little insider tip are the caipirinhas, which you can get for an unbeatable price.


    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Andreas Vallbrecht

    2,0 km away

  • A fish fillet served on a bed of colourful vegetables. Garnished with parsley on a beautiful plate.

    Restaurants, Outdoor

    La Sepia

    The traditional Portuguese restaurant La Sepia focuses on quality ingredients. The variety of dishes, especially the seafood and fish, is prepared in an authentic and young way. The refreshing and sparkling wine is even tapped from a barrel. - An original not only in Portugal, also in Hamburg's Schanzenviertel.


    Photo: ©omisido/ Pixabay

    1,5 km away

  • The outer façade of the Schauspielhaus, the Laeiszhalle.

    Theater & Musical, Sights

    Laeiszhalle

    Alongside the Elbphilharmonie, the Laeiszhalle is one of Hamburg's great concert halls. With a wide range of concerts, the venue delights young and old. A variety of concerts is offered here, where world-famous artists such as Martha Argerich and many more perform. In addition to the diverse concert program, the architecture of the Laeiszhalle, is very impressive.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJulia Photography

    1,3 km away

  • The sunset can be seen from a jetty by the lake.

    Lake Allermöhe

    The lake Allermöhe is located in the Bergedorf district and has been classified as having excellent water quality. The lake invites you to spend a beautiful day on a lawn for sunbathing, and enjoy a barbecue area, toilets, showers, a playground and a ten-metre-long sandy beach await you.

    Photo: ©Heiner/ Pexels

    19,5 km away

  • An empty bench stands by a lake under a tree.

    Lake Boberg

    Lake Boberg is located in the „Boberger Niederung“ nature reserve. On the north-eastern shore of the lake there is a bathing area with a 16-metre-long beach. A sunbathing lawn and sanitary facilities are also available. The water quality has been rated "Excellent".

    Photo: ©Nihat/ Pexels

    15,2 km away

  • A lake with green grass.

    Lake Hinterm Horn

    A 20-metre wide sunbathing lawn and as well as a beach with a large bathing area await you at the lake „Hinterm Horn“. The water quality oft the lake has been rated "excellent".


    Photo: ©Mabel Amber/ Pexels

    22,0 km away

  • A tree trunk sticks out of a lake.

    Lake Hohendeich

    Many interests can be represented at the Hohendeich lake. Whether it is a sporting activity such as diving or surfing, a family day out or just a time of relaxation, all is possible here. The southern bathing area has a large beach as well as a large sunbathing lawn. The western bathing area has a small sandy beach and a sunbathing lawn as well as a snack bar. The western shore is also popular for diving and surfing lessons. There is a camping site on the eastern side of the lake.


    Photo: ©Robert Katzki/ Unsplash

    23,2 km away

  • Vineyard at the Landungsbrücken.

    Sights

    Landungsbrücken

    The Landungsbrücken, where once famous fast steamers sailed and workers started off to their dockyards are today the starting point for many harbour boat trips. The beautiful buildings, directly in front of the Hotel Hafen Hamburg can be spotted while having breakfast at our restaurant Port.

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    2,6 km away

  • A dog sitting in a lavender field and looking into the distance.

    Animal photographer

    Laura Truszkowski - Animal Photography Hamburg

    In an artistic way Laura Truszkowski really manages to put each animal in the limelight individually and to underline its character. Especially the eyes of the animals reflect the playful, happy or cosy soul of your lovely dog.

    Photo: ©Laura Truszkowski Tierfotografie

    14,0 km away

  • The particularly architectural shopping center Levanthaus.

    Passages & Stores

    Levantehaus

    The charming Lenvantehaus on the Mönckebergstraße lets shopping hearts beat a little bit faster. The special architecture, different manufacturers and a selected range of gastronomic offers impress the visitors and make this shopping adventure unique.

    Photo: ©Levantehaus Hamburg

    3,3 km away

  • A close-up of a puppy lying on a white blanket.

    Dog salons

    Lindas Hundesalon

    Dogs of all breeds and coat types are in good hands with trained animal health and grooming specialist Linda Karbalaei. In Linda's dog salon, every coat, foot pad and claw is individually groomed and also checked for health.

    By the way: In Linda's dog salon, you are always welcome to watch the treatment and pick up tips and advice.

    Photo: ©T.R. Photography/ Unsplash

    8,0 km away

  • The Indian dish Masala served in a bowl with fresh bread.

    Local, Restaurants

    Maharaja

    The culinary diversity of the Indian cuisine can be discovered at Maharaja. There is not only a variety of delicious indian food and beverages, but also a a wide selection of dishes that will please both vegetarians and meat lovers.

    Photo: ©Marvin Ozz/ Pexels

    600 m away

  • The maritime museum Hamburg photographed at night from the outside.

    Museums & Exhibitions

    Maritime Museum

    Restored maritime paintings, a virtual ship simulator and the history of sailing are part of the maritime museum in the Speicherstadt. The maritime flair can be caught through every detail of the museum and will make you feel like a real sailor.

    Photo: ©Stefan Loss/ stock.adobe.com

    3,3 km away

  • Die Mellin Passage.

    Passages & Stores, Boutiquen

    Mellin Passage

    The small historic Mellin Passage is located between the prestigious Alsterarkaden and the exclusive Neuer Wall. In Hamburg's oldest shopping arcade you will find an exclusive, classy and discreet selection of designer bags, porcelain, art as well as the Felix Jud bookshop. It was described by fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld as an "interlectual delicatessen".

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Sven Schwarze

    3,0 km away

  • A popular Hamburg landmark - the Michel photographed from above.

    Sights

    Michel

    One of the most famous landmarks in Hamburg is the main church, the Michel. The church had to be reconstructed three times due to the damage of fires and bombs from the war. The 106- meter high platform offers a unique and fantastic view of the city and the harbour.

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    1,2 km away

  • Hamburg's Landungsbruecken in Miniatur Wunderland.

    Museums & Exhibitions, Activities

    Miniatur Wunderland

    The miniature wonderland has been considered to be the most loved tourist attraction in Germany, and that is for a good reason. A short journey through the whole world is possible in the miniature wonderland. The miniature world is demonstrated to perfection and you can see the love in every detail. A great attraction for the whole family.

    Photo: ©Miniatur Wunderland

    2,3 km away

  • A laid breakfast table with full plates of fruits, vegetables and a cup of cappuccino.

    Cafés, Outdoor

    Mit Herz & Zucker

    In the cosy breakfast café "Mit Herz und Zucker" you can enjoy a large breakfast selection, such as the delicious homemade porridge, as well as the freshly delivered crispy rolls, cakes and fragrant croissants from the sister branch's own bakery. Timely reservation is recommended.

    Photo: ©Herz und Zucker

    3,6 km away

  • Mönckebergstraße, one of the most popular shopping streets in Hamburg.

    Shopping Miles

    Mönckebergstraße

    Close to the Binnenalster Hamburgs most famous shopping street Mönckebergstraße is located. On this street you will find all big brands in a nice atmosphere and you can start your shopping day at the central station and walk down to the Jungferstieg.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Sven Schwarze

    2,8 km away

  • The terrace of the Monkey Beach Bar with many guests.

    Outdoor, Beach Clubs

    Monkey Beach Bar

    During the summer, Monkey Beach, is a wonderful place to linger and enjoy a refreshing drink or a Hawaiian poke bowl in the sun. It is located right on a side canal of the Alster. If you want to enjoy a day of recharge in one of hamburgs beach clubs, this ist the place to go!

    Photo: ©Monkey Beach Bar

    5,8 km away

  • Hamburg City Hall from above

    Monument - Cycle route

    On this route you start at Hans-Albers-Platz. Here you will find the bronze statue built in honour of the theatre and film actor and singer Hans Albers. After this stop, you drive along the Reeperbahn and reach the Bismarck Monument. This monument was built for Otto Graf von Bismarck and is located in the Elbpark. Thanks to him, Hamburg had the chance to operate a free port and thus gained a high status in the EU's internal market. Via the Zitronenjette you come to the Rathausmarkt, where you will find 3 sights. The first is the town hall, built in 1879, and the second is the monument to the fallen soldiers of both world wars. Last but not least, another bronze statue. Behind it is Heinrich Heine, who is supposed to commemorate the destruction of the old memorial by National Socialists and the related burning of books. The route then leads back to Beatles Platz in front of the Große Freiheit. Here you can gather some more information and then enjoy a cold drink in the nearby pubs.

    There is also a story behind Hamburg. Click here and start with the monument route.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

    7,0 km away

  • A popular Hamburg landmark - the Michel photographed from above.

    Sights, Activities

    Nachtmichel

    At night the main church Michel is a special highlight that you should see. The panoramic view over the illuminated Hanseatic city at night is simply breathtaking. You can visit the Michel on various days of the week. For more information and the exact opening hours, please click here.

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    1,2 km away

  • A girl sits cuddling with her dog on a meadow. It is sunrise and the sun is shining on both of their faces.

    Animal photographer

    Nadine Gänßlen Photography

    Meadows, pastures, forests or the port of Hamburg? Nadine Gänßlen is inspired by the northern german nature.
    Her heart beats faster when she manages to tell stories in her photos and capture the close connections between dogs and humans.

    Photo: ©Nadine Gänßlen Photography

    10,0 km away

  • A man is cycling in the forest on an autumn day.

    Naturschutzgebiet Boberg - Cycle Route

    The Boberg dunes are located in the Boberg nature reserve in the east of Hamburg. From the hotel, you head towards the Speicherstadt. Here you cycle through, over the lock canal and straight on to the Bille canal. Then cross the canal and turn left onto Liebigstraße until you reach the red bridge. From here it is not far to your destination. When you arrive at the Boberg dunes, you should park your bike and visit the dunes on foot, as the sand under your feet creates a real holiday atmosphere. With plenty of sunshine, you return to the hotel and the day draws to a close. If you are hungry and thirsty and haven't had anything to eat on the way, then stop by our restaurant Port and let the successful day come to an end.

    Would you like to go for a walk in the Last Hamburger Wanderdüne? Click here and set off.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg / Christian Brandes

    34,0 km away

  • The Neuer Wall with exclusive fashion labels.

    Shopping Miles

    Neuer Wall

    On the „Neuer Wall“ shopping mile, which is located close to the Jungfernstieg, a variety of international, exclusive brands are represented. With a range of more than 100 stores every shopping enthusiast will be impressed!

    Photo: ©volkerr

    3,2 km away

  • Several wine bottles in a wine rack.

    Restaurants, Local

    Neumanns Bistro & Weinbar

    Neumanns is located in the beautiful street Lange Reihe as well as in the trendy Grindelhof. Wine connoisseurs will enjoy themselves here without hesitation. In addition to many wines, Neumanns also offers culinary delights of German cuisine.

    Photo: ©Hermes Rivera/ Unsplash

    5,4 km away

  • The family-friendly Niendorfer Gehege.

    Niendorfer Gehege

    The Niendorfer Gehege is located in the north of our beautiful hanseatic city. The green areas and big playgrounds are well suited for familiy tours or for a day of relaxation.

    Our Tip for our young guests: The Niendorfer Gehege also offers horseback riding for children.

    Photo: ©Fotolia

    9,7 km away

  • A long counter with a espresso machine in the foreground.

    Cafés, Outdoor

    Nord Coast - Coffee Roastery

    The Nord Coast Coffee Roastery has long since ceased to be an insider tip, and quite rightly so! Because the café and coffee roastery is at the top of the list for Hamburgers and tourists alike as a place to go for the best coffee. Whether waffles with homemade caramel sauce, poached organic eggs on avocado and bread or a colourful selection of different bowls, pancakes and paninis - the selection at Nord Coast Coffee Roastery leaves nothing to be desired. Our tip: Make sure to combine it with a walk through the beautiful Speicherstadt.

    Photo: ©Nord Coast Coffee Roastery

    2,1 km away

  • Two people with bicycle in the old Elbe tunnel.

    Sights

    Old Elb Tunnel

    Since 1911 the over 400 meter long tunnel connects the Landungsbrücken to the other side of the Elbe. It is possible to cross the tunnel by foot or bike and enjoy the view from the other side of the river Elbe. The tunnel is accesible for visitors around the clock. In 1911 the Elbtunnel was a technical sensation - so it is definitely a highlight for your Hamburg trip.

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    2,8 km away

  • A cycle path in the park

    Park area of the Ohlsdorf cemetery - cycle route

    The corners in the north also have beautiful places. The cemetery Ohlsdorf proves this to you. Start at the hotel along the Alster through Winterhude in the direction of Alsterdorf. From here it is not far. With 389 hectares, the Ohlsdorfer cemetery is the largest park cemetery in the world. It is famous for its nature, but also for the area of the grounds. You can get from chapel to chapel along wide paths that are perfect for cycling. Life brings a lot of stress, but here on the grounds of Ohlsdorf Cemetery, surrounded by 36,000 trees, you can escape everything for a moment. After relaxing, head back via Barmbek towards Hotel Hafen Hamburg.

    Click here and explore the north of Hamburg - get on the saddle and start cycling straight away.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

    24,0 km away

  • A juicy burger with wholemeal buns and a portion of fresh fries on the right side filled in a bowl.

    Restaurants, Outdoor

    Peter Pane – Burgergrill & Bar

    The Burger restaurant in the Stadthöfe impresses with its cosy atmosphere, the large burger selection, high quality meat as well as vegetarian and vegan alternatives. If you love burgers, this is the right place for you!

    Photo: ©Moritz Kindler/ Unsplash

    1,5 km away

  • A black and white dog with its head slightly to one side. He is sitting on a tree trunk in a forest.

    Animal photographer

    Photographer Annette Wiechmann

    The trained photographer and true Hamburg native Annette Wiechmann has made her hobby her profession and combines it with her passion and love for animals. She manages to capture the relationship between animals and humans just as well as the different characters in her pictures. But our beautiful hometown of Hamburg also makes it into her lens every now and then.

    Photo: ©Annette Wiechmann

    23,2 km away

  • A full table with three different pizzas, cocktails and wine glasses.

    Outdoor, Restaurants

    Pizza Social Club

    If you are looking for one of the tastiest pizzas in Hamburg, then you should definitely give Pizza Social Club a visit. The golden stone oven conjures up delicious Neapolitan pizzas with crispy bases and juicy toppings. Special recommendation from us: Pizza Burrata or Pizza Truffle. A must for all pizza lovers and lovers of Italy!

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    2,7 km away

  • The planetarium in the middle of the city park.

    Activities, Museums & Exhibitions

    Planetarium

    The Planetarium in Hamburgs city park impresses with spectacular shows and unique technical possibilities. At the centre of interest is the earth and its place in the cosmos as well as the star theatre, which is one of the oldest ones in the world.

    Photo: ©Patrick Lipke

    8,4 km away

  • The park Planten un Blomen provided with many gardens.

    Parks

    Planten un Blomen

    Located in the center of the city is the park Planten un Blomen. Numerous green gardens with different themes are waiting for you and during winter, the big skatepark turns into the biggest open-air ice rink in Germany. It is also an ideal place to take your dog for the daily round.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Christian Spahrbier

    1,9 km away

  • On display is an exhibition area with colourful projections of Hundertwasser's artworks on all surfaces. A walk-in gallery can be seen in the background.

    Museums & Exhibitions, Activities

    Port des Lumières

    Witness classic as well as contemporary art hands on and with all senses in the Port des Lumières! Central to the HafenCity the Westfield Hamburg Überseequartier opens its gates to an up-to-the-minute art experience combining tradition and style masterfully. The interactive and immersive exhibit offers a plenty of great opportunities for a family trip to the HafenCity around the week.

    Photo: ©SLloyd

    2,5 km away

  • The world famous Reeperbahn with many clubs and bars.

    Sights, Clubs, Cocktail Bars, Activities

    Reeperbahn

    When you think about Hamburg you may also take the Reeperbahn into consideration. The famous and notorious Reeperbahn – or „Kiez“– is well known worldwide. On 930 meters, the visitors will find numerous bars, clubs and red-light establishments on the most "sinful" mile of the world. During the quiet time of the day it is difficult to imagine the extent oft he vivid atmosphere after dark.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Christian Spahrbier

    1,3 km away

  • The floating landmark of Hamburg, Rickmer Rickmers.

    Sights, Activities

    Rickmer Rickmers

    ​​​​​​Hamburg’s floating landmark is the sail ship Rickmer Rickmers. You can visit the ship on every day of the week and it is also possible to rent the Rickmer Rickmers for conferences and events. Climbing on the Rickmer Rickmers is a great adventure for the whole family. You can enjoy the view over the harbour at a height of 35 Meters.

    Photo: ©RICKMER RICKMERS

    3,0 km away

  • The Schmidts Tivoli known as a variety theater.

    Theater & Musical

    Schmidts Tivoli

    The Schmidts Tivoli theatre is located right in the heart of St. Pauli. Here you can enjoy shrill and colorful shows and cabaret. Ever since 2003 the show "Heiße Ecke" is a popular success and even shows for kids like "Der kleine Störtebeker" are a great option for the little ones.

    Photo: ©Ingo Boelter

    822 m away

  • Two men standing in front of a shop window looking at the clothes.

    Boutiquen

    Shopping Karoviertel

    The Marktstraße, which translates into market street is Hamburg's alternative shopping mile. Unique owner-operated stores for fashion, design, accessories and decoration can be found here and in the surrounding streets. Local designers deliberately create and manufacture their products in the artist's quarter. For those who enjoy shopping, the Schanzenviertel offers the Schanzenstraße, Schulterblatt Susannenstraße or Wexstraße.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Alla Limont

    2,4 km away

  • The Sofabar furnished in baroque style.

    Cafés, Cocktail Bars

    Sofabar

    The bar in baroque style holds its name with glory. Cozy couches from different eras, good drinks and dimmed lights create an original living room like atmosphere. The Sofabar is also a recommended place for first dates.

    Photo: ©DirkH.Tresenreiter

    1,4 km away

  • The warehouse district in the glow of the evening lights.

    Sights, Activities

    Speicherstadt

    In the traditional Speicherstadt, which belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage, there is a lot to explore. Take enough time for the discovery of the Speicherstadt with the worldwide biggest depot complex.
    Tip: In the dark, the Speicherstadt is especially beautiful, since it is illuminated in beautiful lights!


    Photo: ©Marco2811

    2,7 km away

  • The building of the Speicherstadtmuseum.

    Museums & Exhibitions

    Speicherstadt Museum

    The family friendly museum convinces with lots of things to touch and try. In this unique museum you will learn everything about the trade of goods and the history of the Speicherstadt, which leads back in 1888.

    Photo: ©Elbe&Flut, Thomas Hampel

    3,1 km away

  • Hamburg's city park in good weather.

    Stadtpark

    In the north of Hamburg the centrally located park is a great option for a relaxed day. Even the Planetarium is located here and on a huge green area it is possible to have a barbecue or to fly kites. The park also offers a great range of events and concerts that take place regularly.

    Poto: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ HOCH 2/Henning Ange

    9,7 km away

  • A large ship sails on the Elbe in front of the Treppenviertel in Blankenese.

    Activities

    Stairs Quarter

    The stairs quarter offers a variety of things to discover. The pretty villas, colourful fishermen's cottages and picturesque old buildings can be discovered between the winding alleys through a total of 5,000 stairs.
    The stairs quarter extends around the 72-metre-high Süllberg, where a unique view of the Elbe is guaranteed.


    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ www.ralfbrunner.eu

    13,2 km away

  • Several cafes and restaurants lined up in the sunshine.

    Shopping Miles, Flea Markets

    Sternschanze

    The trendy neighbourhood Sternschanze is a very unique experience. Small, beautiful and individual boutiques invite to a relaxed shopping day. The creative district is full of colourful diversity and offers a great selection of cafes, restaurants and bars that will let you dwell until the late evening hours.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Andreas Vallbracht

    1,9 km away

  • A sandy ground with many colourful chairs on it and palm trees. A blue sky with a few clouds and the sun is shining.

    Beach Clubs, Outdoor, Restaurants, Local

    Strand Pauli

    Strand Pauli. A mix of typical St. Pauli and beach ambience. In summer you can enjoy cool cocktails and barbecue specialities and in winter mulled wine and fondue. And all this right on Hamburg's harbour.

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    500 m away

  • Logo of the Strandperle at Hamburg harbour.

    Cafés, Beach Clubs, Outdoor, Restaurants

    Strandperle

    The Strandperle is located directly on our beautiful Elbe beach. Whether you enjoy a hearty breakfast, a delicious lunch or a bottle of wine to round off the evening, you will never cease to be amazed. Because the good food is not the only thing you can enjoy on the Elbstrand Övelgönne - above all, you can marvel at the large container ships up close.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJuliaPhotography

    4,3 km away

  • The Venti Amica Hollern mill and many apple trees in bloom with a blue sky in the background.

    Activities, Sights

    The Old country

    The Old country is located on the other side of the lake Elbe and is the largest enclosed fruit-growing area in Germany. Take a look at the breathtaking apple orchards, half-timbered houses, windmills and not to forget fruit farms. Here you will find everything your heart desires for young and old. Let yourself be fascinated by the unique landscape and the healing nature.


    Photo: ©Sven Mirow

    33,5 km away

  • An elephant sculpture in front of the Hagenbeck Zoo.

    Tierpark Hagenbeck

    The traditional animal park Hagenbeck is an adventure for the whole familiy.
    More than 1.850 animals can be observed in their spacious surroundings. A petting zoo, a big playground and the offer to go horseback riding enthuse the small visitors.

    By the way: In 1907 Hagenbeck was the first animal park that inspired the idea for species-appropriate caretaking and it was at this time revolutionary.

    Photo: ©Heike

    7,2 km away

  • The Überquell Brauwerkstätten with its own microbrewery.

    Restaurants

    ÜberQuell Brauwerkstätten

    Refreshing beers from the homemade micro-brewery, tasty authentic pizzas, a small, lovely beer museum and a terrace that invites you to linger in the summer - simply everything that your heart desires, close to the St. Pauli fish market.

    Photo: ©TasteToursHamburg

    750 m away

  • A red-brown dog lies in a dog basket.

    Shops

    V.I.Pets

    V.I.Pets - The name says it all, because here you only get pure luxury for you and your dog. In this dog shop, the motto is high-quality design, current trends and exclusivity, yet it can never be colourful enough.


    Photo: ©Jamie Street/ Unsplash

    4,8 km away

  • A small grey dog sitting on an examination table.

    Veterinarian

    Veterinary at the Millerntor - Karen Voelkel

    The veterinary practice at Millerntor is only a 10-minute walk from our hotel. The practice offers classic treatments as well as acupuncture and homeopathy for all the classic pet species.

    Photo: ©Karsten Winegeart/Unsplash

    1,2 km away

  • Dog lies on an examination table and is being examined.

    Veterinarian

    Veterinary at the Rothenbaum

    Only a few stops away from our hotel, an association of six doctors of veterinary medicine at the Rothenbaum provides care, even for more complicated procedures to help your dog. Thanks to the practice's various specialisations in classical and modern veterinary medicine as well as alternative medicine, you can guarantee the best option for your dog's health.

    Photo: ©Mirko Sajkov/ Pixabay

    5,3 km away

  • A small red-brown dog is on the arm of a woman and gets something to drink.

    Veterinarian

    Veterinary St.Pauli

    In emergencies, you are lucky that vet Tatjana Kurts and her team are just around the corner from us. With 20 years of veterinary experience and opening hours from Monday to Saturday, the practice is the best and quickest option to spare your dog great suffering.

    Good to know: The St. Pauli veterinary practice is also available outside regular opening hours and will organise a treatment for your dog as quickly as possible in cooperation with the Veterinary Chamber.

    Photo: ©Flouffy/ Unsplash

    700 m away

  • In the middle of the plate is the main ingredient, the lobscouse with a fried egg on top. Two rolled so called Rollmops are placed in the background. In the front corner are 5 pickled cucumbers.

    Restaurants, Outdoor

    Vlet Kitchen & Bar

    The restaurant in the middle of the city centre at Jungfernstieg fascinates visitors with unique moments of enjoyment. The owner sets great value on regional and homemade products. Here you will find, besides other things, Hamburg classics such as the Labskaus, the plaice Finkenwerder Art and the Pannfisch. The view of Hamburg's city hall and the location below the Alsterarkaden will fascinate you, as well as the Hanseatic culinary delights

    Photo: ©mygraphx/ Pixabay

    1,9 km away

  • The warehouse district in the glow of the evening lights.

    Cafés, Outdoor, Local

    Wasserschloss Speicherstadt

    It is impossible to imagine Hamburg without the popular photo motif of the moated castle between the two canals in the Speicherstadt. However, only few people know that this unusual location is also home to a great restaurant with an corresponding tea shop. So it's best to combine a walk through the Speicherstadt with a visit to the Wasserschloss restaurant.

    Photo: ©Hotel Hafen Hamburg

    2,7 km away

  • The Water Light Games in the Park Planten un Blomen.

    Water Light Games

    The water light shows in the Planten un Blomen park will delight the whole family. From May to September, they can be admired during the day at 2pm, 4pm and 6pm. At 10 p.m., the very special colourful water light shows take place in the dark.

    Photo: ©Berndt Andresen

    2,2 km away

  • A pug lies with its head on a pink plush toy.

    Shops

    WAU&MAU dog and cat equipment

    If you are strolling with your dog through the Hanseviertel and attach great importance to quality and originality, then a detour to Wau & Mau is a must. Here you'll find all kinds of special and, above all, high-quality dog and cat supplies. Accessories, drinking bowls, leashes, collars and sleeping places, but above all the smell of treats and the colourful selection of toys will entice every dog to visit the shop.

    Photo: ©Rebecca Campbell/ Unsplash

    3,0 km away

  • A falcon of the Wildpark Schwarzen Berge.

    Wildlife Park Schwarze Berge

    The pot-belly pigs are the welcoming committee of the wildlife park, who just like the goats, love to be fed and touched. With their cute offspring, they delight all of the visitors. There is a variety of offers such as a park railway, the daily show feeding as well as air shows. Those who climb the 45-metre-high observation tower are rewarded with a breathtaking view over the city of Hamburg.

    Photo: ©Wildpark Schwarze Berge

    26,0 km away

  • Wilhelmsburg from above. In the middle is the energy mountain for renewable energy

    Wilhelmsburg Loop - Cycle Route

    From the hotel you go down to the Landungsbrücken and once through the old Elbtunnel. Here you cross the Argentina Bridge in the direction of Klützjenfelder Straße. Once on the street, you just have to go straight ahead and you're there. The loop connects parks that are ideal for cycling, the Hamburg harbour and the industrial facet of Wilhelmsburg. Continue along a well-signposted road across the Dockville grounds to the Inselpark. To the right of the Wilhelmsburg Loop is the Energieberg. From there you have a wonderful view over Hamburg and at the same time you learn something about renewable energy. Via the Loop, past the Spreehafen and through the old Elbtunnel you will return to the hotel.

    Click here and get to know another area of Hamburg.

    Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

    16,0 km away

  • Delicious cupcakes in the showcase of the Café Zuckermonarchie.

    Cafés

    Zuckermonarchie

    A sweet surprise is waiting in the Zuckermonarchie for you. The variety of cakes, cupcakes, macarons, and pastries make every sweet tooth´s dream come true! Each product is made with natural ingredients and the great love for details is seen in the decoration!

    Tip: By pre-ordering you can book an afternoon-tea and enjoy the day in a britsh way of life!

    Photo: ©Felix Matthies

    980 m away

  • You can see a hand holding a beer glass under a tap. Beer flows from the tap into the glass.

    Local

    Zur Ritze

    A legend on the Kiez. Not only the history is special about this pub, the entrance door and also the boxing ring in the basement are also unique. The cult pub exists since 1974 in Hamburg. In earlier times, Hamburg's Kiez legends used to hang out here. Come and have a look at the Ritze and find out if this is still like that.

    Photo: ©Amie Johnson/ Unsplash

    850 m away

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