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Skandinavischer Weihnachtsmarkt Hamburg
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Luciakonzert
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Skandinavischer Weihnachtsmarkt Hamburg
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Skandinavischer Weihnachtsmarkt Hamburg
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Schwedischer Weihnachtsmarkt
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God Jul – Scandinavic Christmas

Nordic Christmas in the four seamen's churches at the harbour

As every year, the Christmas markets of the nordic seamen's churches are a popular destination for Scandinavia fans and northern lights.

On two weekends in November, visitors can enjoy traditional delicacies and regional specialities from Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark in a typical Nordic Christmas atmosphere.

The Christmas bazaars of the Finnish Seamen's Church (Dietmar-Koel-Str. 6), the Norwegian Seamen's Church (Dietmar-Koel-Str. 4), the Danish Benediktekirken (Dietmar-Koel-Str. 2) and the Swedish Gustav-Adolf-Kyrkan (Dietmar-Koel-Str. 36) will take place from 11-13 November and 18-20 November 2022. For many guests, a visit to the Christmas bazaars is the contemplative start to Advent.

Lucia concert

Already a firm tradition for many people in Hamburg, the Swedish Lucia Concert takes place in December in the main church of St. Petri, where the choir rings in the Christmas season with bell-like songs. The Queen of Lights dressed in white followed by the Lucia Choir brings joy and brightness through the many candles into the dark days of the ending year. The concert will take place on 13 December at 7.30 pm (tickets: Konzertkasse Gerdes as well as box office). "Varmt välkommen"!

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Historischer Weihnachtsmarkt auf dem Rathausmarkt
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Pretzels, punch and bright lights Christmas markets

The Advent season in Hamburg wouldn’t be the same without the city’s charming Christmas markets. While they have been redesigned for this year’s season, the magic will still be there.

Christmas markets
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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Alt- & Neustadt

The historic core of the Altstadt (German for Old Town) district is shaped by traditional buildings such as the Hamburg city hall and the chamber of commerce, the alleyways and bridges which stretch out all the way to the HafenCity district. In the Neustadt district district between Laeiszhalle and Jungfernstieg with elegant promenades, fashion stores and gallery owners – overlooking the Alster.

Alt- & Neustadt

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Reeperbahn Festival
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Newcomer Music Festival on the Reeperbahn Reeperbahn Festival

The Reeperbahn Festival presents a colorful program again in Septemer. Around 300 concerts are scheduled in each of the previous years to put the spotlight on the upcoming stars of the music industry.

Reeperbahn Festival
Stadtpark Open Air
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Open air concert series in the Hamburg Stadtpark Stadtpark Open Airs

The Hamburg Stadtpark is not only a paradise for joggers and dog owners. Music lovers also get their money's worth here every summer at the numerous open-air concerts.

Stadtpark Open Airs
Jungfernstieg bei Dämmerung
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The Jungfernstieg as a stage Jungfernstieg Music Festival

Just in time for the summer, the Jungfernstieg becomes a stage for four days: Experience open-air concerts from all musical styles, from pop to classical, jazz to chanson – in the heart of Hamburg, directly on the Binnenalster.

Jungfernstieg Music Festival

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