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.

Flights to Hamburg (HAM)

Discover Western Europe

Discover Western Europe while on vacation or doing Business with Austrian Airlines.
Austria | Germany | France | Switzerland | Spain | UK

Offers from our Partners

Rent a car in Hamburg with SixtRent a Car with Sixt
You want so see more than the beach nearby? Rent a Car with our Partner Sixt and experience Hamburg. Sixt provides plenty of different cars for any kind of needs. Have a look! > Rent a Car with Sixt

Cheap Hotels in HamburgHotels in Hamburg
Interested in taking vacation in Hamburg? Have a look on our Partners Website HRS to get good deals and daily special offers for your hotel. > Find Hotels in Hamburg - HRS

More Information Flight to Hamburg

red|guide: Hamburg

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.

Die Alsterperle

 Die Alsterperle

If you pay a visit, it's worth knowing that Alsterperle was once a toilet block. Yet the scent of yesteryear has long gone as Alsterperle is now a popular stop for day trippers, strollers and those just looking to chill out and relax.   The view over the Alster is beautiful and the adjacent playground allows parents to sit in peace while the kids tire themselves out. On offer are plane fare and trendy drinks. Tip: if you can't find a place on the terrace when the weather is fine, you can spread out on the grass.

Die Bank

 Die Bank

A Michelin star practically guarantees culinary delights. Thomas Fischer has one! The restaurant is located in Stadtpalais, which was built around 1900 and was the long-time representative home of Hypothekenbank - hence the restaurant's name today.   What was once a counter hall is now a classy restaurant, which impresses with its 6-metre-high ceiling. If you would like to try out Bank we recommend the 2-course menu which changes daily. You certainly won't regret it.

STAY in Hamburg:

Pension Rathaus

 Pension Rathaus

The guests have to share the toiletts. If that doesn't bother you, welcome to Pension am Rathaus. The rooms exude comfort, while the rustic wooden flooring adds an eye-catching detail. Here you'll find complete peace both before and after your city tour. The guesthouse is suitable for families: children up to 5 years old may stay in their parents' room with a travel bed completely free of charge. Double room from EUR 44.

SIDE Hotel

 SIDE Hotel

Even among the most stylish hotels in Hamburg the 5-star SIDE Hotel stands all alone. Actually it's located on Gänsemarkt. Designer Matteo Thun from Milan created the hotel and the rooms in a purist and surprisingly colourful fashion, and each of the pieces of furniture is a masterpiece in its own right. The 24-metre-high atrium, brought to life by lighting by Robert Wilson, is a highlight for fans of architecture. One night in a double room from Euro 500.

25 Hours Hotel

 25 Hours Hotel

Designer furniture, textured wallpaper and retro-chic. The hotel is the perfect base for urban nomads, who feel at home surrounded by a striking and bold ambience.   The rooms are available in the sizes M, L, XL and Studio. Families should opt for the XL-Family category. Should you feel lonely then make yourself comfortable on the leather sofa in the hotel's living room, where you'll almost certainly find friendly conversation. The same goes for the roof terrace in the summer. Double room from Euro 95,-.

SIGHTS in Hamburg:

Dockland

 Dockland

This view will cost you nothing? bar a few calories - there's no lift to take you up the 136 steps. Via a wooden flight of steps one can reach the observation platform of one of Hamburg's most unusual office buildings. An astounding EUR 30 million was invested in its construction, but the architect team Bothe Richter Teherani ably implemented its plan. The aesthetics of the building are beaten only by the phenomenal view of the harbour.

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.

The Fischmarkt

 The Fischmarkt

To catch the Fischmarkt on a Sunday you have to get up early - something that is easier said than done given Hamburg's lively nightlife. Those who make it can reward themselves with a fresh crab roll before venturing into the free-for-all. Yet Fischmarkt doesn't solely revolve around fish. Since 1703 practically everything has been sold: flowers, fruit and vegetables, liquorice, eels and souvenirs. Just a few years ago you could even find livestock on offer. The true highlight is the banter that the salesmen and women employ in an earthy Hamburg fashion to tempt the passers-by into making a purchase. Breakfast is available for early birds, tourists and hungry revellers from the previous night in the great hall, which is filled with the sound of a questionable music accompaniment.

SHOPPING in Hamburg:

Oschätzchen

 Oschätzchen

Unusual dishes call for unusual ingredients, but you can find them all at Oschätzchen. Around 180 spices, including 16 types of pepper, 30 fine oils, truffles, sauces, lentils and rice are lined up along the shelves, ready to be introduced and described by the friendly staff.   Even customers who aren't big cooks will get their money's worth: Danish marzipan, New York City pralines, Viennese chocolate and French truffle butter. Simply put: a paradise for connoisseurs, gastronomes and those with a sweet tooth, passionate cooks and simple enthusiastic eaters.

Battesimo

 Battesimo

The finest gifts for Christenings and birthdays. Perfect for parents who want to give their little ones a sense of taste. Beautiful clothes, great care products, charming toys, high-quality furniture and countless gift ideas are available.   Fashion conscious mums will no doubt find these baby presents delightful. Furnishing an entire baby room at Battesimo can be expensive, but that something special can certainly be found here.

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.

red|guide Hamburg

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