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Sustainable Highlights in Winterhude

Located between the Stadtpark and Outer Alster, Winterhude and Jarrestadt, the latter of which was originally built in the “New Building” style as a workers’ settlement in the 1920s, also have a lot to offer where nature is concerned. Here, you are in the middle of the city, yet surrounded by green – particularly on the banks of the Alster, with its side and branch canals. Between the villa districts on the Outer Alster, Mühlenkamp with its abundance of shops, cafés and restaurants and the residential areas in the middle of the canals and at the Rondeel lake, the district showcases its elegant and middle-class side. Even here, ideas for sustainable living have been able to make their mark. On this tour through Winterhude you can burn off energy on a boat trip. Various boat rentals offer rowing boats, pedal boats and canoes. The choice is yours afterwards: Coffee and a delicious cake at Café Quiddje or at Winterhuder Kaffeehaus, vegan ice cream at Enie's echtes Eis or vegan bowls and burgers at Froindlichst or Paledo? Or do you prefer to enjoy delicious dishes made of regional products surrounded by nature at Trinkhalle im Stadtpark? 

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Spielbudenplatz auf der Reeperbahn
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Kiez Culture & Culinary Delights Sustainable Highlights in St. Pauli

Impressions of Hamburg’s colourful entertainment and red-light district, the Reeperbahn, the ‘mile’ that never sleeps, characterise the city’s image in people’s minds across the globe. Yet, St. Pauli has so much more to offer than just one big party! People from all walks of life, from the most diverse cultural and social backgrounds, live here side by side.

Sustainable Highlights in St. Pauli
Kaffee im Karoviertel in Hamburg
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Eco-fashion and Germany's first zero-waste café Discover Sternschanze and Karolinenviertel sustainably

The trendy districts Sternschanze and Karolinenviertel, affectionately called Schanze and Karoviertel by Hamburg's residents, are colourful and always on the move. If you want to shop fairly during the day and go out consciously in the evening, the Schanze and Karoviertel are the place to be.

Discover Sternschanze and Karolinenviertel sustainably
Eimsbütteler Park am Weiher
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Where Nature Meets City: Family-Friendly & Green at Heart Sustainable Highlights in Eimsbüttel

This family-friendly district in Hamburg is home to numerous small parks, green spaces and playgrounds. Nowhere else in Hamburg can you find so many organic food shops and eco-cooperatives: a great deal of groups and associations with roots in the environmental and ecological movements of the 1980s and 1990s are headquartered here.

Sustainable Highlights in Eimsbüttel

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