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Arriving by car

Hamburg is also a significant hub when it comes to road transport. The city is well connected to destinations all over Germany and can be reached directly via four motorways and six federal roads.

The most comfortable and individual way of getting to Hamburg is probably to use the motorway. Taking a car is the right choice for those who aren’t put off by the thought of traffic jams and who do not wish to compromise on flexibility while in Hamburg.

  • The A1 runs directly to Hamburg from the west of Germany.
  • The A7 goes from the south of Germany right through the middle of the country and passes Hamburg along the way.
  • The A24 is the right motorway to take for anyone travelling from Berlin.

There are plenty of parking spaces in Hamburg. Most hotels also have their own parking spaces and there are a sufficient number of carparks in the city centre. In addition, Park & Ride spaces can be found at numerous train stations.

A list of dedicated public parking spaces for people with disabilities is available for download as a PDF here:
https://www.hamburg.de/Dibis/form/pdf/Behindertenparkplaetze_Hamburg-barrierefrei.pdf

Most carparks also provide parking spaces for people with restricted mobility.

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