Blankenese is one of the most expensive and distinguished areas in Hamburg. A former fishing village, Blankenese nowadays is a very charming Hamburg suburb. Here you will find many magnificent villas, old and new. Its proximity to the Elbe and location on a slope make Blankenese particularly appealing. An abundance of quite exquisite gourmet restaurants invite visitors to dine – an experience they will not forget. You will also find the odd fish restaurant in the anchored boats directly on the Elbe.         

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Blankenese Tourism

Alongside Blankenese's many beautiful and majestic buildings, a visit to the Roman garden is particularly worthwhile. One part of this garden originated in 1890 and the Hanseatic banker Moritz Warburg, who transformed it into a Roman garden, gifted the park to the City of Hamburg in 1951.

Blankenese is particularly well-known in sailing circles. The Sailing Club in Hamburg Blankenese is one of the biggest in Germany. You will find Blankenese particularly alluring during a stroll along the banks of the Elbe. If you decide to go for a walk here you should by all means have a look at the winding streets of the “Treppenviertel” – “stairway quarter.” From here you can enjoy a breath-taking view of the Elbe, and in this labyrinth of alleys you will find numerous little cafés and restaurants that entice you to linger.

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