Asian cuisine is booming more than ever in Hamburg. That’s why here are our Top 3 Asian hotspots in Hamburg!
Hamburg is famous for its fish market. Every Sunday it attracts thousands of visitors. Here you can find fish in every variation. And there’s also plenty of stuff to see and buy around the fish stalls. Unfortunately though, not every day is Sunday, but given that one fish roll – at the very least – is a must for a large number of tourists in Hamburg.
The screech of the seagull, the gentle lapping of the waves of the Elbe and a fresh breeze on the face – that’s Hamburg in its ideal form
When a cold winter breeze blows over the Hanseatic city, it’s nice to find some cosy places where you can sit and linger. Whether it’s warmth, atmospheric lighting, music or good company – Hamburg exudes warmth and comfort in many different ways.
Those who are dreaming of a city break where the whole family will have a good time should absolutely go to Hamburg.
Hamburg-Altona is a colourful, edgy, diverse and easygoing neighbourhood. It’s small enough for everyone to know each other, yet big enough to still get lost
We (2 adults, 2 boys aged 12 and 15) were in Hamburg in winter at the MEININGER Hotel Hamburg City Center and saw and experienced many different things as a family. Here are our personal tips for Hamburg:
A group of people agrees to be locked away in order to get out. This is the basic concept of Exit Games.
At almost all of the MEININGER locations, there are public barbecuing areas or other opportunities to eat delicious barbecue. Here are our tips.
If you want to get to know Berlin, Salzburg, Brussels or any other city in your own unique way, why not take a look at the tips we have compiled for you.