Hamburg Holidays - Places of Hamburg

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Altona District

Hamburg Altona was once an independent town and was only incorporated into the municipal area of Hamburg in 1937. Altona has its own train station, its own shopping mile and a very good Autobahn connection. However, you can also get to Altona on the Elbe Ferry and from Altona you have a very good S-Bahn connection to Hamburg’s inner city. Altona is one of the oldest parts of Hamburg. ...   more about Altona District
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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. ...   more about Blankenese
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Eppendorf, first documented as Eppenthorp in 1140, is considered to be the oldest part of Hamburg and belongs nowadays to the Hamburg-Nord District. One of the largest university clinics is located here. A giant street festival takes place every year in May, the Eppendorf Country Road Festival. ...   more about Eppendorf
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Hamburg Metropolitan Area

Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and one of the biggest and most popular metropolises in Europe. Over four million tourists visit the Hanseatic City every year, captivated by the northern German architecture, the Alster Lakes, the harbour and the famous Reeperbahn. This city offers innumerable attractions, spread over seven metropolitan districts and a total of 285 urban districts. ...   more about Hamburg Metropolitan Area
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Rotherbaum belongs to Eimsbuettel District. Its name is derived from “Rothen Baum” – “Red Tree.” Rotherbaum borders on the Outer Alster and St. Georg to the east, Harvestehude to the north, and the Sternschanze in the south-west. Famous St. Pauli is to the south, and Rotherbaum borders on Neustadt to the north. Near by is the train station Hamburg-Dammtor. This train station constitutes the Hamburg Altona Connection Railway, which travels over t ...   more about Rotherbaum
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St. Georg

St. Georg is definitely one of the most interesting areas in Hamburg. It is characterised by its urbanity and is home to various social strata and milieus from all of the countries of the world. Many artists have also made their homes here. Hanseplatz with its 17m high fountain is one of St. Georg’s main sights and is also a popular meeting place. St. Georg borders on Hamburg’s Main Station and has a similar red light and entertainment district ...   more about St. Georg
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St. Pauli

St. Pauli is one of the most famous areas in Hamburg, known far beyond the city’s borders. Everybody who thinks ‘Hamburg’ thinks first of all ‘St. Pauli’ and ‘Reeperbahn’ and every year about 25 million visitors come here. However, St. Pauli is not just its famous entertainment and red-light district, but also has a few more sights to offer. ...   more about St. Pauli

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