Flight to Hamburg

Hamburg

Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, also known as the country`s "Gateway to the World". The port is more than 820 years old, and among the largest in the world. Being a center of trade for so long gives the city a distinct international flavor and you can fly with Austrian Airlines to get here. Hamburg is the major German city for fashion, advertising, TV & movie production and publishing. It has a very active and diversified cultural scene. World famous is the Reeperbahn/St.Pauli entertainment district, a popular nightlife spot that developed out of the former red-light district near the harbor. Due to its many canals and parks, Hamburg is a very green city with lots of waterways throughout, also known as the Venice of the North(Hamburg actually has more bridges than Venice). For day trips, Hamburg is in close proximity to both the North and Baltic Seas.

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SHOPPING in Hamburg:

Etage Eins

 Etage Eins

600m² full of small fashion labels! Freddy Mouchawrab's shop houses the creations of predominantly young German designers, but still has space for international fashion.   The designers rent their own space from Freddy, who in turn receives nothing from their turnover. Currently on show are collections from IO-Berlin, Garment, Party Adel and Volker Lang. Looking for authentic fashion from Hamburg? Then this is the place for you. The designers are often in the shop giving customers the chance to meet them in person.

Lilit

 Lilit

Here a range of tastes is catered for - Lilit not only offers shoppers the latest in fashion trends, but also covers all eras. Whether you follow the fashion choices of Audrey Hepburn or Marilyn Monroe, an item of desire is sure to be found by any woman. Old meets new, classic meets unique.   There's even a range for men, yet it is somewhat modest in comparison. The shop also features simple and casual yet elegant fashion from Italian and French designers. Lilit is run by father and daughter, which perhaps explains the variety on offer.

Mientus

 Mientus

At Mientus it's not about dining but dressing - only for men. These can find the whole range at the new Hamburg fashion store in the shopping street Neuer Wall: from suit, socks, studs to the coat and something suitable for underneath. The matching scent is also waiting for you in the shelves.   The garments are spread over three floors. You find Dsquared, D&G or Martin Margiela in the basement, Moncler or Seven in the ground floor and Gucci, Dior and Prada in the first floor. If something doesn't fit, the in-house tailor will help you out. If you have any other meetings after your shopping spree at Mientus, the in-house driver will be happy to deliver your purchases to your front door the next day.

EAT in Hamburg:

Galego

 Galego

Enjoy a taste Portuguese of life with fish, wine and sweets! The Portuguese quarter winds around the harbour - more precisely around Dietmar-Koel-Straße.   If you're an enthusiastic eater, then it's certainly worth a visit. Galego is one of the most popular restaurants in the quarter, both with tourists and locals.   Reserve a table in advance to ensure you can enjoy truly wonderful fresh fish. If you forget to do so, then try Sagres just a few doors down the road at number 53.

Das Wandrahm

 Das Wandrahm

Make sure you don't forget your wallet, because fine dining at Wandrahm comes at a price. Yet guests are treated to a genuine gala dinner, which is sure to impress and even surprise.   For those with a slightly smaller budget there is the bistro on the ground floor with its own menu, which includes starters and modest meat and fish dishes. In the gallery dishes are served á la carte. Meanwhile excellent hot chocolate is served in Wandrahm's Coffee & Tea bar.   The bistro, restaurant and bar all go to show that a stylish ambience can also be comfortable. Whether that's down to the white interior or the crystal chandeliers or not remains a mystery.

Das Seepferdchen

 Das Seepferdchen

Das Seepferdchen is the high-end interpretation of a rustic harbour shack. The restaurant features a modern design which utilises traditional materials. The lobster tank bar and boat lounge provide the perfect venue for maritime merriment.   The restaurant, which is located directly in the harbour, is one of the most beautiful locations in the whole of Hamburg. Whether you are a fan of octopus, scallops, Calamaretti, coalfish, gilthead seabream or turbot, you'll find your favourite seafood here.   A wonderful ambience combined with top-draw cuisine come at a price. Yet an evening at Seepferdchen is worth every penny. Our recommendation: the Seepferdchen Platte for two.

STAY in Hamburg:

Nippon Hamburg

 Nippon Hamburg

Clear lines, straight design and comfortable functionality. Traditional screens, tatami mats and filtered lighting - the Japanese way of relaxation for body and soul.   Fewer knickknacks means a better sense of wellbeing, hence the 42 discreetly and stylishly furnished rooms. The hotel is situated near the Outer Alster providing guests with an ideal jogging route. Double room from EUR 122.

Kempinski Hotel

 Kempinski Hotel

Simply put Kempinski is one of the best addresses in the world, which is treasured by regular guests as well as the stars. Here both are equally discreetly catered for. A subtle sense of glitz and glamour drifts through the hotel, the rooms are elegant and stylishly furnished.   Some even offer a heavenly view of the Outer Alster. Guests at Kempinski must find the time to take a seat in the foyer - watching what goes on there is often better than television. Double room from EUR 171.

The George-Hotel

 The George-Hotel

Located between St. George and the Outer Alster, The George Hotel draws in guests with British charm and an elegant colonial style. Chesterfield chairs, a view of the English Garden, queen size beds - noble elegance everywhere you look.   But there's more: a classic library, a Marrakesh-style spa, a private dining room, a roof terrace and the restaurant DaCaio, which serves delicious Italian cuisine. One night in a double room from Euro 300,-.

SIGHTS in Hamburg:

Koppel 66

 Koppel 66

The Koppel 66 celebrates its 30th birthday this year. It's especially the arts which is celebrated on the former factory site near the central station.   The framework is provided by a closed engineering factory. Already back then metal was worked on here in the building which was erected in the style of historicism. Basically nothing has changed. But additionally there are materials like wood, pottery, silk, olive oil and leather which are processed and presented in the twelve publicly accessible workshops on four floors.   The handmade shoes and ball pens made of rosewood can be found in the first floor. One floor above there are self-knitted scarves. If you want soap made of natural ingredients you have to go into the basement. By the way: only the respective artists know when the particular ateliers are opened. If you want to avoid closed doors you should stop by at the fairs which take place twice a year (spring and advent) and are free of charge.   Also in the house: the forum of the artists' organisation Gedok and Café Koppel with vegetarian dishes and self-made cakes.

Kunsthalle

 Kunsthalle

Kunsthalle is home to a first-class collection, which covers no fewer than seven centuries. Here each of the big art families has its own room or house: the old masters are also represented, as are the authorities from the 19th century and the modern classics.   The media collection, which includes audio and video works, deserves a special mention. Among others it features work by Günter Brus, Dennis Oppenheim, Valie Export and Gordon Matta-Clark. The Gallery of Contemporary Art - a four-storey, white cube - is dedicated to art from 1960 onwards boasting many interesting pieces.

Krameramtsstuben

 Krameramtsstuben

Oh to be a grocer's widow... as these lucky women had the honour of living in the Krameramtsstuben at the foot of St. Michaelis Church. The timbre-frame houses, which were built in the 17th century, mimic doll's houses.   Today the houses are home to a bookshop, a gallery, a museum and a restaurant. Amazingly the houses remained untouched by the great fire in the 19th century as well as the bombs dropped in the wars. If St. Michaelis Church is the heart of Hamburg, the Krameramtsstuben are the soul.

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Flightplan

Flights from Hamburg Flight No. Time Flight time Typ
HAM - VIE OS 172 18:50 - 20:25 01:35 320
HAM - VIE OS 176 09:15 - 10:50 01:35 320
Flights to Hamburg Flight No. Time Flight time Typ
VIE - HAM OS 171 16:30 - 18:05 01:35 320
VIE - HAM OS 175 06:20 - 08:00 01:40 320