The last paintwork of tables and chairs is already quite a while ago, when the cash register opens there are loud ringings and chatter filling the space between the old apothecary cabinets from past decades. The cute Ladencafé Marais is a piece of art, in which one feels transported back to the Paris of the 1920s.
One of the largest science and technology collections in the world impressively demonstrates the forces of nature and how man has made use of them over the centuries. The museum shows the technological developments on the road, on the water, in the air and even in space. O
No bar logo, no nameplates or anything like that: This bar is incognito. But if you look closely you can still recognize Robinson’s Bar: The window shows the meaningful sentence “We don’t get drunk, we get awesome”. Inside there are countless photographs from past parties hanging on the walls, the alternative audience wears horn-rimmed glasses and Chucks and from the speakers a mix of Easy Listening, Soul and Funk echoes.
Hardly a visitor leaves Munich without being strolled through the pedestrian zone of Neuhauser and Kaufingerstrasse at least once – not least because here you can find famous sights such as the Frauenkirche and the Munich City Hall. All major brands from Saturn to H&M and Svarovski are based here, in addition to souvenir stalls, street musicians and young artists who accompany you on this relaxed shopping stroll from Stachus to Marienplatz.
Fans of this institution in Ottensen consider it the best coffee in the neighborhood – if not all of Hamburg.
The most direct route from MEININGER Hotel Hamburg City Center to your shopping pleasure leads you from Bahnhof Altona right into Mercado.
The wealth of bars around Reeperbahn is known to be huge, so it might be difficult to find your way sometimes. A very good place for a drink is Freudenhaus Bar.