Elbphilharmonie meets Reeperbahn: the city of contrasts. Book your hotel near Hamburg.

Hamburg, the lively port city in the north of Germany, fascinates with its multifaceted atmosphere. As the second largest city in Germany, Hamburg offers a unique blend of maritime flair, modern architecture and cultural diversity. The Port of Hamburg, one of the largest ports in Europe, is the heart of the city and has shaped its image for centuries. The historic city center with its magnificent Kontor houses, the imposing Speicherstadt warehouse district and the modern HafenCity offers a great backdrop for walks and sightseeing. Theaters, museums, galleries and concert halls, traditional fish restaurants on the Elbe and trendy cafés in hip districts such as St. Pauli or Sternschanze - Hamburg has something for everyone. Combine your city trip to Hamburg with an overnight stay in a Romantik Hotel.

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Falkensteiner Ufer

The Falkensteiner Ufer offers a great backdrop along the Elbe with sandy beaches, green spaces and a dreamy view of passing ships.


The Karoviertel in Hamburg is a lively and creative district known for its diverse art and cultural scene as well as its cozy cafés, individual boutiques and alternative bars.

Ohlsdorf cemetery

Ohlsdorf Cemetery is one of the largest park cemeteries in Europe and a cultural and historical heritage of the city. A place of remembrance that is ideal for quiet walks.

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Popular sights include the Speicherstadt, the Elbphilharmonie concert hall, the port of Hamburg with the Landungsbrücken, St. Michael's Church (Michel), the Reeperbahn, Miniatur Wunderland and Hagenbeck Zoo.

The Elbphilharmonie was opened in 2017 and is one of Hamburg's most important landmarks. Known for its majestic architecture, it hosts operas and concerts of various musical genres, including classical music, jazz and pop. Visitors can also enjoy breathtaking views of the city and the harbor from the Elbphilharmonie's viewing platforms.

The Reeperbahn is Hamburg's party mile in St. Pauli and is known for its numerous bars, nightclubs and stag and hen parties.

Fresh fish rolls, sweet French rolls, North Sea crabs, Labskaus or pannfisch are particularly typical of Hamburg.

Hamburg offers a wide range of shopping opportunities. The best-known shopping streets are Mönckebergstraße and Spitalerstraße. In addition, districts such as the Schanze and the Karolinenviertel with their individual boutiques and stores invite you to stroll around.