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Hamburg's East

CITY AREA PORTRAIT Welcome to the East of Hamburg!

Or more precisely in Bergedorf, Wandsbek, Hammerbrook and Rothenburgsort! Hardly any other area is as varied as Hamburg's East. Here harbour cranes and industrial culture meet nature reserves, meadows and forests.

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Boberger Dunes

A sandy landscape on the outskirts of the city - the Boberg Dunes are home to a diverse animal world.

Boberger Dunes
© Claudia Timmann

Vier- und Marschlande

The Vier- und Marschlande consist of the 12 districts of Bergedorfs. Together they make up one of Hamburg's most beautiful nature reserves.

Vier- und Marschlande
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The perfect place to throw a glance at the cosmos Hamburg Observatory

Hamburg Observatory, in Bergedorf, built around 1900, is an ensemble of listed buildings of international standing and a collection of prized telescopes of cultural and historical importance.

Hamburg Observatory
© Bergedorfer Museumslandschaft

One of the oldest farm houses in North Germany exhibits the culture and history of the Vierlande area. Open Air Museum Rieck Haus

Anyone interested in the historical areas of Hamburg should not shy away from visiting the Rieck Haus Open Air Museum and the Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande.

Open Air Museum Rieck Haus
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Entenwerder 1

Close to the Elbebridge there is a hotspot that became an integral part in the Café scene of Hamburg. Located on a pontoon the Café Entenwerder 1 is a place for water and peace seekers.

Entenwerder 1
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History is alive with us! Kiekeberg Living History Museum

The open-air museum is located in the Schwarze Berge in Kiekeberg on a 12-hectare outdoor area with more than 40 historic buildings that tell the story of the culture and way of life in the Winsener Marsch and the northern Lüneburg Heath.

Kiekeberg Living History Museum

SHOPPING, EATING, DRINKING Discover restaurants & shops

Hamburg's east is becoming more and more an insider tip in Hamburg. Here you can discover big city flair as well as country life and shop, eat and drink as well.

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Daruma

  • Restaurant
  • Asian
  • €€

The restaurant Darum at the Oberhafen celebrates traditional Japanese cuisine. In addition to the classic sushi, there is also hearty home cooking from Japan.

Daruma

Daruma

Stadtdeich 1
20097 Hamburg

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Daube

  • Café/Bistro

Daube is one of Hamburg's oldest bakeries. More than 130 years of experience characterize the family business.

Daube

Bäckerei & Konditorei L.Daube KG

Hamburger Straße 206
22083 Hamburg

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Entenwerder 1
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Entenwerder 1

  • Café/Bistro
  • Good & Low-cost
  • €€

Close to the Elbebridge there is a hotspot that became an integral part in the Café scene of Hamburg. Located on a pontoon the Café Entenwerder 1 is a place for water and peace seekers.

Entenwerder 1

Entenwerder 1

Entenwerder 1
20539 Hamburg

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ESSRAUM

  • Restaurant
  • German cuisine
  • €€

ESSRAUM - Fresh and creative cuisine in the "Junges Hotel Hamburg"

ESSRAUM

ESSRAUM

Kurt-Schumacher-Allee 14
20097 Hamburg

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Factory Hasselbrook

  • Restaurant
  • German cuisine
  • Hamburg originals
  • €€

Visitors to the old Hasselbrooker station are no longer motivated by the travel bug to visit the building and the accompanying beer garden, but by thirst and hunger - even if nostalgia is partly the reason.

Factory Hasselbrook

Factory Hasselbrook

Hasselbrookstraße 172
22089 Hamburg

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Farmers’ Market Harburg

Fresh and regional food is served almost every day in front of the former town hall on the sand: Discover Hamburg's oldest weekly market!

Farmers’ Market Harburg

Wochenmarkt Harburg

Sand 37
21037 Hamburg

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Neuwerk Island

With its 40 inhabitants, Neuwerk is Hamburg’s northernmost area. It is located in the Hamburg Wadden Sea at the mouth of the Elbe, about 100 kilometres from the Hamburg city hall. There is always a breeze blowing on Neuwerk and you can enjoy a wide view over the sea.

Neuwerk Island
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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Blankenese & Elbe outskirts

The former fishing and seamen's village of Blankenese is situated directly on the Elbe. It is the perfect starting point for hopping on a sailing boat or on the Elbe ferry, or for taking long walks along the shore. Another highlight is a visit to the Treppenviertel (German for staircase quartier) with a spectacular view of the lighthouse and the Falkenstein shore.

Blankenese & Elbe outskirts
© Lee Mass / Timo Sommer

CITY AREA PORTRAIT Wilhelmsburg & Veddel

The Elbe Island of Wilhelmsburg is embedded between the southern and northern Elbe. It impresses visitors with a mixture of industrial charm and bustling life with multicultural flair. With its historic buildings, cafés and shops, the Wilhelmsburg Reiherstieg area is especially popular. It is even called "Little Berlin" due to its transformation in recent years. And then there is the neighbouring island of Veddel, which also has much to offer.

Wilhelmsburg & Veddel

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