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Altstadt & Neustadt

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Welcome to Altstadt & Neustadt

The Old Town and New Town are true jewels of Hamburg. The historic centre of the old town is characterised by many traditional buildings such as the Hamburg Town Hall and the Chamber of Commerce, as well as alleys and bridges that extend as far as HafenCity. In the Neustadt between Laeiszhalle and Jungfernstieg you will find elegant promenades with famous fashion designers and gallery owners - with a view of the Alster.

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Alsterarkaden

The Alsterarkaden in Hamburg invite you on a leisurely stroll.

Alsterarkaden
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Mönckebergstraße

The Mönckebergstraße is probably the most famous and most frequented shopping boulevard in Hamburg.

Mönckebergstraße
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Ahoi Marie

Calling all landlubbers! The Bootshaus Ahoi Marie is a true insider tip for all who want to see and taste Nordic traditions.

Ahoi Marie
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Rathausmarkt

Almost every month, the square on Rathausmarkt is host to another surprising event.

Rathausmarkt
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Museum and observation tower Mahnmal St. Nikolai

At the ruin of the former main church St. Nikolai you can immerse yourself in the history of Hamburg. During the heavy air raids on Hamburg in the summer of 1943, St. Nikolai was largely destroyed. Today the ruin is a place of remembrance of the…

Mahnmal St. Nikolai
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Europa Passage

The Europa Passage is Hamburg's most impressive shopping centre with 120 shops spread over five levels.

Europa Passage

MAGAZIN One day in Altstadt & Neustadt

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Frank Engelbrecht, pastor in the parish St. Katharinen
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Alsterarkaden
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Moin, my name is Frank Engelbrecht

The two districts of Hamburg-Altstadt und Hamburg-Neustadt are like two siblings with a strong character. On the one side, you have the historic core of the Altstadt (German for Old Town) district with the Hamburg city hall and the chamber of commerce, the alleyways and bridges which stretch out all the way to the HafenCity district. On the other side, you have the sophisticated Neustadt (German for New Town) district between Laeiszhalle and Jungfernstieg with elegant promenades, fashion stores and gallery owners and an increasing number of people that not only work or shop in the district but actually live here as well. This is even more so in the Neustadt than it is in the Altstadt. Hamburg has a diverse city centre that combines various landmarks within a tight space. I am Frank Engelbrecht and I have been living and working for many years as a pastor in the parish of St. Catherine. From here, I invite you to join me on my tour through Hamburg’s city centre.

Would you have known?

The Hamburg city hall has 647 rooms - more than the Buckingham Palace.

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St. Katharinen is the church of seamen and sailors.
Mahnmal St. Nikolai
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The memorial St. Nikolai is today a memorial to the destruction in the world wars.
Cöllns Mutterland
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In Cölln's motherland you can strengthen yourself in a hamburg style
Cöllns Mutterland
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Dine in the listed separees, which are equipped with beautiful hand-painted tiles.

IN THE MORNING 

View from the church tower. Eating in a private room.

Let’s start from my home – the rectory of St. Catherine's church opposite to the Speicherstadt. It is one of the oldest standing buildings in Hamburg-Altstadt, much of which was destroyed during the great fire of Hamburg in 1842 and in World War II. Therefore, a walk through the Altstadt is full of contrasts. You can quickly get a feel for it once you cross the multilane Willy-Brandt-Straße towards Hamburg city hall. If you look around, you can see a mix of old, restored brick buildings, high-rise buildings and glass building blocks from the 1970s. Walking over the Trostbrücke, you will pass by the statues of Count Adolf III and Saint Ansgar, who brought Christianity to the city of Hamburg. These represent the connection of the episcopal Altstadt with the secular Neustadt. From the bridge, you can also see the ruins of the church of St. Nicholas (Willy-Brandt-Straße 60), which was destroyed during the war. Right after the war, it was further demolished to make way for the Ost-West-Straße. Today, only remains of the church walls and the 150-metre-high tower are left. The church currently serves as a memorial in remembrance of what the war tore, with an impressive exhibit on the subject in the basement vaults of the church. A visit to the preserved 150-metre-high church tower is strongly recommended. You can take the elevator up to a 75-metre-high platform. The view from there is great, and you can see far beyond the district. A visit to Mutterland Cölln’s (Brodschrangen 1-5) is also a must. Here, you can eat in small, listed private spaces decorated with beautiful hand-painted tiles. After I stop here for a coffee, I continue my tour. On the Kleine Johannisstraße, I pass by small shops and restaurants as well as the well-stocked gentlemen's outfitter Anton Meyer (Kleine Johannisstraße 7) and the La Tavola Calda (Kleine Johannisstraße 15), with its authentic Italian cuisine.

 

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Alsterarkaden
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Mediterranean flair at the Alster arcades
Erste Liebe Bar
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"The first love you don't forget" - First love bar
Ladage und Oelke
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At Ladage & Oelke you get that certain something
Alsterhaus
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You can stroll along the Alster at the Jungfernstieg

AT LUNCHTIME

A hint of Dolce Vita and lots of water 

If there is anything like a centre that connects Hamburg-Altstadt and Hamburg-Neustadt, it has to be the Rathausmarkt. This is also where the shopping street Mönckebergstraße begins. It doesn't get any more central than this. Anyone standing on this vast square is first and foremost impressed by the city hall and its magnificent facade. You can get to know the history of the seat of government of the Hanseatic city and its many grand halls by going on a guided tour. Close by, you can find the Bucerius Kunst Forum (Rathausmarkt 2), which stages three to four interesting exhibitions a year with topics spanning from ancient times to the present. Hamburg’s Dolce Vita begins right behind the exhibition centre. The archways and terraces along the Alster canals exude the spirit of Italy. Here it becomes clear why Hamburg is called the Venice of the north. Just in case you are up for some shopping: between Jungfernstieg, Neuer Wall and Große Bleichen, you can find superb fashion shops as well as traditional ones like Ladage & Oelke (Neuer Wall 11) with a timelessly elegant assortment. If you are more into books, you should visit the bookshop Marissall on the corner of Rathausmarkt/Herrmannstraße. It is a picture-perfect location with a large assortment, wonderful customer service and a divine children's book corner. I unlock a shared bike right next to the chamber of commerce (Adolphsplatz 1) and ride a few hundred metres down to the Fleetinsel at the Steigenberger Hotel (Heiligengeistbrücke 4). Here, you can find some nice restaurants in-between canals and bridges, like the Marinehof (Admiralitätsstraße 77) or the Erste Liebe Bar on Michaelisbrücke 1.

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Deichstraße
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The Deichstraße is one of the most beautiful historic streets in Hamburg.
St. Michaelis Kirche
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The baroque St. Michaelis church is a landmark of the Hanseatic city
Trattoria Bella Italia
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At Bella Italia you can eat traditional Italian food

IN THE EVENING

Baroque alleyways and tempting cocktails

From the Fleetinsel, it is not far to the Michel (Englische Planke 1), Hamburg’s most famous church building. From the viewing platform of the 132-metre-high tower, you can grasp a breath-taking view over the Portuguese quarter and to the port of Hamburg. From here, you can also see the Elbphilharmonie and the HafenCity borough with the historic Speicherstadt. I continue my tour and ride into the Neustadt to the Großneumarkt, a picturesque market square with beautiful old buildings. Every Wednesday, there is a market here with many food stalls that invite you to try some local delicacies. Next, I turn towards the Wexstraße. Here, you will find designer stores, crafts and a lot of art. For example in gallery Kulturreich (Wexstraße 28), which exhibits objects by young artists at affordable prices. Feinkunst Krüger (Kohlhöfen 8) is also close by, where you can find a mix of works by experimental and renowned artists. From the Neustadt, I return to the Altstadt and visit the Katharinen-Viertel, named after the homonymous saint. On my way, I cross one of Hamburg’s most beautiful streets, the Deichstraße. It is full of historic buildings with baroque facades. I walk past traditional restaurants such as the Alt Hamburger Aalspeicher (Deichstraße 43), the Deichgraf (Deichstraße 23) or the Ti Breizh Haus der Bretagne with the Boutique de la Mer restaurant (Deichstraße 39), where you can buy exclusive fashion from Brittany. Whether French or Italian cuisine, fish or burgers: In this quarter opposite the Speicherstadt, you have a choice between fine tablecloth and rustic wooden tables. In the evening, I meet some friends for dinner at Trattoria Bella Italia (Brandstwiete 58), which is small and cosy and serves delicious homemade pasta. If this place is too busy, I walk back towards the city hall and dine at Café Paris (Rathausstraße 4). This is one of my favourite restaurants. Here, you can always find tasty food or just relax over a late-night glass of wine. If you are still in the mood for a cocktail afterwards, you should check out the Le Lion bar (Rathausstraße 3) across the street, where you will experience the bartenders executing their fine skills. 

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SHOPPING, EATING, DRINKING Discover restaurants & shops

Die Altstadt und Neustadt sind das Herz Hamburgs. Dieses unvergleichbare Flair der ehrwürdigen Hansestadt können sie nicht nur am Rathaus oder an der St. Michaelis Kirche spüren sondern auch in die vielen Restaurants, Cafés und Geschäften.

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Antique Design Market

The Colonnaden Antique-Market in downtown Hamburg offers all kinds of antiques from spring to autumn.

Antique Design Market

Antique Design Market

Colonnaden 58-60
20354 Hamburg

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Bergamotte

Big city and plants do not go together? Bergamot proves the opposite. The plant and flower studio brings the urban jungle to Hamburg.

Bergamotte

Bergamotte

Bleichenbrücke 10
20354 Hamburg

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Boutique de la Mer

Breton fashion for the whole family is offered in the old office block directly on the Nicolaifleet canal.

Boutique de la Mer

Boutique de la Mer

Deichstraße 39
20459 Hamburg-Altstadt

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Brauhaus Johann Albrecht

  • Restaurant
  • German cuisine
  • Hamburg originals
  • €€

Traditional Brauhaus Johann Albrecht close to Jungfernstieg serving speciality beers brewed on-site.

Brauhaus Johann Albrecht

Brauhaus Johann Albrecht

Adolphsbrücke 7
20457 Hamburg

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Café Ponton

  • Café/Bistro
  • Italian
  • €€

One of the nicest spots in Hamburg's new town: enjoy coffee, cakes and hot dishes after a long shopping trip in this beautiful café made of floating pontoons.

Café Ponton

Café Ponton

Poststraße 9B
20354 Hamburg

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Casual Couture

Not far from Wexstraße is the sporty-elegant shop Casual Couture. A paradise for every man who knows something about fashion.

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Casual Couture

Thielbek 5
20355 Hamburg

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Daniel Wischer

  • Café/Bistro
  • Fish
  • Good & Low-cost
  • Hamburg originals
  • €€

The fish restaurants owned and run by Daniel Wischer are known and loved both in and around Hamburg.

Daniel Wischer

Daniel Wischer

Große Johannisstraße 3
20457 Hamburg

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Edelcurry Das Currywurst Restaurant
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Edelcurry

  • Restaurant
  • Meat
  • German cuisine
  • €€

While tasting Germany's best curry sausage and other lovingly prepared dishes, guests can enjoy a true taste experience at the Edelcurry.

Edelcurry

Edelcurry

Große Bleichen 68
20354 Hamburg

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Eis Schmidt - City

  • Café/Bistro
  • €€

At 6 locations in Hamburg you can try the many flavours of Schmidt ice cream and add delicacies such as the famous handmade caramel and more.

Eis Schmidt - City

Eis Schmidt City

Colonnaden 25
20354 Hamburg

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eiskantine

  • Café/Bistro
  • €€

In the ice cafeteria, ice lovers of all ages get their money's worth.

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Eiskantine

Kohlhöfe 10
20355 Hamburg

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Erste Liebe Bar

  • Café/Bistro
  • €€

“You never forget your first love“ – nor the homemade cheesecakes at the “Erste Liebe Bar”.

Erste Liebe Bar

Erste Liebe Bar

Michaelisbrücke 1
20459 Hamburg

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Europa Passage

The Europa Passage is Hamburg's most impressive shopping centre with 120 shops spread over five levels.

Europa Passage

Europa Passage

Ballindamm 40
20095 Hamburg

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Felix Jud Buchhandlung Antiquariat Kunsthandel

Felix Jud Buchhandlung Antiquariat und Kunsthandel is probably one of Hamburg's most traditional bookstores. The historical shop is more than just a sales outlet for books and has established itself as a cultural institution in the centre of Hamburg over the past decades.

Felix Jud Buchhandlung Antiquariat Kunsthandel

Felix Jud GmbH & Co. KG Buchhandlung • Antiquariat • Kunsthandel

Neuer Wall 13
20354 Hamburg

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Frittenwerk

  • Restaurant
  • Vegetarian
  • Good & Low-cost
  • German cuisine
  • International
  • €€

Pommes at its best: At Frittenwerk Hamburg, the popular snack meets the international street food cuisine. Delicious French fries and homemade sauces are served.

Frittenwerk

Frittenwerk Hamburg

Bergstraße 17
20095 Hamburg

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Green Lovers

  • Café/Bistro
  • Vegetarian
  • €€

At Green Lovers food is served quickly and - most importantly - food here is really healthy!

Green Lovers

Green Lovers

Kleine Johannisstraße 8
20457 Hamburg

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Gröninger Privatbrauerei

  • Restaurant
  • German cuisine
  • €€

Grönigers was first documented around 1260 and is thus the oldest guesthouse in the heart of the Hanseatic City of Hamburg.

Gröninger Privatbrauerei

Gröninger Privatbrauerei

Willy-Brandt-Straße 47
20457 Hamburg

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Großneumarkt

Even though it's located in the city centre, the Großneumarkt offers a very quiet surrounding to have a break in one of the numerous cafés and restaurants.

Großneumarkt

Großneumarkt

Großneumarkt
20459 Hamburg

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H&M Home

The Swedish fashion chain H&M has long since expanded its range to include home accessories as well as clothing. You will find the H&M Home Store on Hamburg's famous shopping street, Mönckebergstraße.

H&M Home

H&M Home Concept Store

Mönckebergstraße 11
20095 Hamburg

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hessnatur

Hessnatur offers high quality, non-toxic and fair produced fashion directly in Hamburg's city centre.

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hessnatur

Alstertor 17
20095 Hamburg

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Kaisergalerie

The latest shopping arcade in Hamburg is also one of the most architecturally attractive shopping arcades in northern Germany.

Kaisergalerie

Kaisergalerie

Große Bleichen 23-27
20354 Hamburg

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Klemann Shoes

In times of fast-moving fashion, shoemakers have become unique. The shoe workshop Klemann Shoes has preserved its craft. Every handmade shoe is like a masterpiece.

Klemann Shoes

Klemann Shoes

Poolstraße 9
20355 Hamburg

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Levantehaus

In the Levantehaus you will find exquisite shops from cafés to fashion, from sweet-smelling bakeries to gift shops.

Levantehaus

Levantehaus

Mönckebergstraße 7
20095 Hamburg

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Marinehof

  • Restaurant
  • Vegetarian
  • Asian
  • €€

Located close to the centre on Fleet Island, "Marinehof" features fresh Bavarian beer as well as several vegetarian and Indian-inspired dishes in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere.

Marinehof

Marinehof

Admiralitätstraße 77
20459 Hamburg

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Mellinpassage

Magnificent wall paintings and traditional shops paint the picture of the Mellinpassage. The impressive building is home to the oldest shopping arcade in the Hanseatic city.

Mellinpassage

Mellinpassage

Neuer Wall 11
20345 Hamburg

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Mönckebergstraße

The Mönckebergstraße is probably the most famous and most frequented shopping boulevard in Hamburg.

Mönckebergstraße

Mönckebergstraße

Mönckebergstraße
20095 Hamburg

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Neuer Wall

The Neue Wall is the "boulevard" of noble brands: from Armani to Jil Sander - Bulgari, Cartier and Sönnichsen are just as well represented here as Offermann or Louis Vuitton.

Neuer Wall

Neuer Wall

Neuer Wall
20354 Hamburg

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No Same

The Unique Concept Store is hidden in a small street near Wexstraße. The owners have creatively implemented the idea of revolutionising the retail trade and offering a unique shopping experience.

No Same

No Same

Steinwegpassage 4
20355 Hamburg

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Park Lounge

  • Café/Bistro
  • €€€

The lounge of the luxury hotel Park Hyatt in Hamburg convinces with elegance and cosiness. The café invites you to take a break in the midst of the lively city life. The exclusive tea menu makes the Park Lounge an insider's tip for all connoisseurs of good teas.

Park Lounge

Park Lounge

Bugenhagenstraße 8
2009 Hamburg

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Quán Dò Street Kitchen

  • Restaurant
  • Asian
  • €€

One of the best restaurants for authentic Vietnamese food. Very delicious yet extremely good value.

Quán Dò Street Kitchen

Quán Dò Street Kitchen

Georgsplatz 16
20099 Hamburg

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Richard

Designer furniture and accessories are stylishly decorated and beautifully presented in individual rooms.

Richard

Richard

Wexstraße 32a
203 Hamburg

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Soup&Friends

The Soup&Friends in Hamburg's Neustadt has dedicated itself to the love of soup. The family business has been cooking soup for Hamburg's soup lovers for three generations.

Soup&Friends

Soup&Friends

Valentinskamp 18
20354 Hamburg

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T.A.T.E.

T.A.T.E. in downtown Hamburg offers casual, robust clothing for men and women in a pleasant atmosphere.

T.A.T.E.

T.A.T.E.

Gänsemarkt 24
20354 Hamburg

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Tarantella

  • Restaurant
  • Vegetarian
  • Fish
  • Italian
  • €€

A large and varied range of international food is available at Tarantella. Friends of seafood dishes enjoy coming here as do vegetarians and lovers of Italian food.

Tarantella

Tarantella

Stephansplatz 10
20354 Hamburg

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Tee Maass

A paradise for tea drinkers: The small tea shop in Hamburg convinces its customers with its impressive and varied range of teas.

Tee Maass

Tee Maass

Börsenbrücke 2a
2045 Hamburg

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TeeGschwendner

  • Café/Bistro
  • International
  • €€

TeeGschwendner Hamburg is all about tea. While you can buy your new (or old) favourite tea in the specialist shop, the Tea Lounge invites you to linger and relax with a freshly brewed cup of tea.

TeeGschwendner

TeeGschwendner

Bergstraße 14
2009 Hamburg

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Thomas i Punkt

If you are searching for chic designer fashion, bags, accessories or more, then you should definitely visit Thomas i Punkt at the Gänsemarkt.

Thomas i Punkt

Thomas i Punkt

Gänsemarkt 24
20354 Hamburg

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Vincent Vegan

  • Restaurant
  • Vegetarian
  • €€

Vincent Vegan's food trucks are available in different locations in Hamburg every day, offering the best vegan fast food classics.

Vincent Vegan

Vincent Vegan Europassage

Ballindamm 40
20095 Hamburg

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VLET

  • Restaurant
  • Gourmet
  • German cuisine
  • €€€

The VLET restaurant is a true paradise for gourmets. In line with its location in the modern Hafencity, excellent modern north German cuisine is served here.

VLET

VLET in der Speicherstadt

Am Sandtorkai 23
20457 Hamburg

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VLET at the Alster

  • Restaurant
  • Fish
  • Gourmet
  • €€€

The restaurant VLET on the Alster combines original Hamburg cuisine with modern Hanseatic atmosphere and a unique location below the Alster arcades.

VLET at the Alster

VLET an der Alster

Jungfernstieg 7
20354 Hamburg

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Werkhaus

At WERKHAUS there are only sustainably manufactured products - ecological, social and fair. The colourful home and office accessories are made of sustainably produced wood and paper and simply put you in a good mood. A classic are the practical trays and organizers for papers, business cards and office materials.

Werkhaus

Werkhaus

Hermannstraße 14
20095 Hamburg

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Winkel van Sinkel

"Goede dag en welkom" bei Winkel van Sinkel at Neustadt! As soon as you walk through the door of this charming store, you’ll fall for the Dutch way of life. Mostly that’s because of the diverse and exotic plants that fill the store. They present a very unique image.

Winkel van Sinkel

Winkel van Sinkel

Wexstraße 18
20355 Hamburg

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Zwang B

In the Neustadt, near Wexstraße, the craft of bookbinding is still alive and well! Whether it's your favourite books, presentation folders or a drinks menu: at Zwang B, traditional art is combined with modern products.

Zwang B

Zwang B

Kohlhöfen 2
20355 Hamburg

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For strolling, having a coffee, taking a walk or having some delicious food – situated directly at the Elbe and traversed by parks, Altona & Ottensen are considered to be charming and diverse districts with character. Brick walls create a rather rough atmosphere in Altona, while it is lively and colourful in Ottensen.

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Here, one can find magnificent old building façades, local and exquisite restaurants as well as fancy boutiques and owner-operated shops. While Eppendorf is rather fancy, one can feel the hanseatic serenity in Eimsbüttel. Both districts offer much green and water and are hence with good reason very popular neighbourhoods in Hamburg.

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