By train to Hamburg

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Arrival in Hamburg by train

Hamburg's four long-distance train stations, the Central Train Station, Hamburg Dammtor, Hamburg-Altona and Hamburg-Harburg, all of which are integrated in Germany's ICE network, make Hamburg very easy to reach. The Hamburg Dammtor station is directly in front of the Congress Centrum Hamburg.

Direct connections to Hamburg are available from most of Germany's major cities. Those coming from smaller locations probably have to transfer, but have the guarantee of arriving in Hamburg with no traffic stress. During a train trip, you have time to relax or work. When you arrive at the station, in addition to the buses, there are also numerous taxi companies available to take you anywhere you need to go.

With Bahnhit to Hamburg

Book your train journey with us and travel fast and comfortably to the city. 'Bahnhit' is Hamburg Tourism's package that really has something going for it: Round-trip travel with ICE, three night's accommodations as well as additional discounts with the Hamburg CARD. And the best thing is that children up to age 14 travel free with us!

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Why should your fantastic Hamburg holiday start only after your arrive? We make sure that the organisation of your holiday and your journey here are also relaxed. When you book three nights' worth of accommodations in a hotel of your choice with Hamburg Tourism, your round-trip ICE ticket is included. In addition, with the Hamburg CARD, you have your own personal explorer ticket and profit from further exclusive advantages. This saves you money, and you arrive already relaxed and inspired to start making your first discoveries.

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Central station

The central station was built as part of the redevelopment of the Hamburg railway system in 1901-1906 as the hub for all railway lines passing through Hamburg.

Central station
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From A to B quickly & easily Getting around Hamburg

Hamburg offers many possibilities for getting from A to B. In addition buses, the underground and suburban trains, you can explore the city, for example, by bike or harbour ferry. Rental vehicles and car-sharing are also flexible solutions for getting around.

Getting around Hamburg
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Quick and affordable Arrival by bus

Long-distance bus travel is 'in' again! A number of providers have developed an attractive network throughout Germany, which naturally connects Hamburg with the other most important German cities.

Arrival by bus


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