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Sternschanze & Karolinenviertel

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Welcome to Schanzenviertel & Karoviertel!

The two quarters around Schanzenstraße and Schulterblatt are always in motion. It's colorful, it's wafting and in the last few years it's become more chic around the Piazza. And yet the district has retained much of its rough, left-alternative non-conformity. Especially in the Marktstraße in the Karoviertel there are a lot of special shops beyond the mainstream. Stroll past recommended!

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The "green lung" of Hamburg. Planten un Blomen

The Planten un Blomen Park in the centre of Hamburg is a wonderful destination for families, couples in love and those seeking relaxation. There is a botanical garden with a tropical house and the largest Japanese garden in Europe. Whether you are…

Planten un Blomen
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Flohschanze

The flea market in Hamburg's Schanzenviertel, the "Flohschanze", takes place every Saturday, even in winter. From 8 am to 4 pm you can search for antiques, bizarre and well hidden bargains.

Flohschanze
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As diverse as St. Pauli Rindermarkthalle

Offering spices, coffee, tea, wine, household goods - the Rindermarkthalle is a must see for every visitor to Hamburg.

Rindermarkthalle
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Susannenstraße

Susannenstraße lies in the middle of the Schanzenviertel across from the Rota Flora.

Susannenstraße
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Marktstraße

The Marktstraße in the Karoviertel has a relaxing shopping atmosphere, especially when it concerns designer fashion.

Marktstraße

MAGAZIN One day at Sternschanze & Karoviertel

Petra Langemeyer has been living in the Sternschanze district for 20 years
Planten un Blomen ist einer der schönsten Parks in der Stadt
Die Sternschanze beeindruckt durch ihren unverwechselbaren Charakter

Moin, my name is Petra

I have been living in the "Schanze" for 20 years now. My neighbourhood around Schanzenstraße and Schulterblatt keeps growing and growing. New shops and restaurants, cafés, bars and boutiques keep opening at a fast pace. It is colourful and lively, and it has become much fancier. Still, the district in the borough of Altona has preserved much of its rough, leftist-alternative nonconformism. The Marktstraße in the Karoviertel is filled with stores beyond the mainstream scene. Wherever you look, you can find a relaxed place where you can passively watch the hustle and bustle.
I would like to invite you to discover my favourite neighbourhood with me. I’ll show you some great places and give you some valuable insider tips. 

Would you have known?

If you’re strolling around Schanzenviertel, chances are high that you’ll run into best-selling author Heinz Strunk.

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The Codos in Bartelsstraße offers the best flat-white coffee in the neighborhood
The old girl is a brewery inn with a large selection of craft beers
The "Flohschanze" takes place every Saturday

IN THE MORNING

The best flat white in town

Living in Schanzenviertel, all my husband and I need to do in order to start our stroll is to fall out of bed. Early in the morning, this coffee-loving neighbourhood likes to meet at Codos (Bartelsstraße 26), a tiny coffee bar known for the best flat white in the whole neighbourhood. We also enjoy marvellous, buttery croissants fresh from the oven. Then, we stroll towards Neuer Kamp, where every Saturday you can find a great in a former slaughterhouse (Flohschanze) around the U-Bahn station Feldstraße. On the way, we run into one of the guided culinary tours. The program for sure includes snack bar Schorsch, one of the oldest sausage stalls in the area (Beim Grünen Jäger 14) and Das Alte Mädchen (Lagerstraße 28b), a brewery visitor tourswith a great craft beer selection, which also offers guided tours.

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The Florapark in the Sternschanze is a popular meeting point
Those interested in art should definitely have a look at the objects and pictures in Atelier Schlumper
Mr. von Eden has extravagant suits

AT NOON

Art and Schanzen truffle

If you feel hungry, you can always find tasty snacks at Azeitona (Beckstraße 17). My favourite dish is hummus with grilled vegetables. Keep walking through the Schlachthofpassage, where Schanzenviertel turns into Karoviertel. It is pretty much the borough’s smaller sister, very alternative and with plenty of shops that present hip and elegant fashion. Herr von Eden (Marktstraße 33), for instance, offers extravagant suits. Pretty understandable that besides visitors from the nearby Hamburg trade fair, hipsters from all over Europe find their way to Marktstraße. Art lovers should not miss the sculptures and pictures in Atelier Schlumper (Neuer Kamp 30). It works closely with an association that funds people with disabilities and their artwork. On the way back, we grab coffee at Hermetic Coffee Roasters on Sternstraße 68 (try the cheesecake with raspberry sauce!). But not all stores around here are chic and hip. You will also find great traditional restaurants, such as Erikas Eck (Sternstraße 98) or shops like Stüdemanns (Schulterblatt 59), which offers a great selection of tea, coffee and chocolate specialities. Try the Schanzen truffle!

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In the Südhang there are fine liquors
Beyond Beer offers beers from all over the world
The red flora

IN THE EVENING

Bar-hopping at Schulterblatt

The area around Schulterblatt, Susannenstraße and Schanzenstraße never really sleeps. If you feel like strolling through a few shops, you should by no means miss Minimarkt (Bartelsstraße 37). Here, you can find gorgeous kitchen accessories, small furniture, glass, ceramics and unusual frills. Nearby, Scarpovino (Susannenstraße 29) unites two shops that sell shoes and wine. Not far from Susannenstraße, Beyond Beer Hamburg (Weidenallee 55) offers a great selection of beers from around the world. Personally, we love having a special Pale Ale from California before we meet our friends to have dinner at (Weidenallee 12). Here, the owners go the extra mile to serve you fresh fish from sustainable catch. On the way home, we walk down Schulterblatt by the infamous Rote Flora, the centre of Hamburg's Schanzenviertel. Starting at 10 pm, party folks gather around the long piazza. It is the ideal starting point for a pub tour through Hamburg’s trendy district...

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SHOPPING, EATING, DRINKING Discover restaurants & shops

Jump into the bustle! Eat, drink, celebrate and shop in the Schanze and Karoviertel.

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24colours Shop

The Berlin fashion label 24colours offers affordable, sustainably produced fashion and accessories for young women in Hamburg's Schanzenviertel.

24colours Shop

24colours Schanzenviertel

Schulterblatt 64
20357 Hamburg

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All my Friends
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All my friends

The name says it all. All manner of likeminded labels from the world of fashion, accessories and all kinds of useful things are sold under the roof of this concept store.

All my friends

All my friends

Schanzenstraße 46
20357 Hamburg

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Altes Mädchen

  • Restaurant
  • German cuisine
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The Braugasthaus Altes Mädchen brewery-restaurant in Hamburg’s Schanzenviertel serves many international beers; its menu simultaneously offers the best classical dishes to go with these.

Altes Mädchen

Altes Mädchen

Lagerstraße 28b
20357 Hamburg

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Andere Welten

This is the perfect place for fantasy and sci-fi fans: for over 35 years, this special owner-operated store has been the mother ship for books, fan articles and light sabres.

Andere Welten

Andere Welten

Grindelallee 77
20146 Hamburg

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Anno 1905

Anno 1905

  • Restaurant
  • German cuisine
  • Hamburg originals
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Anyone looking for typical North German cuisine in Hamburg often determines that it is no longer really available. One finds it – if at all – in some snack bars or in high-priced restaurants.

Anno 1905

Anno 1905

Holstenplatz 17
22765 Hamburg

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT All around the Alster

There is much to do around the Alster, one of the must-sees in our beautiful harbour city – Gründerzeit quarters and exclusive residential areas delight fans of architecture, joggers and cyclists. Many individual shops, cafés and restaurants invite visitors to linger. For a workout, for relaxation or just to take a stroll – the Alster is always a pleasant experience!

All around the Alster
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