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Jahreszeiten Bar

Spring, summer, autumn and winter at the Binnenalster

Spread over two floors, the Jahreszeiten Bar offers a wide selection of whiskey and gin.

The Jahreszeiten Bar is the smallest bar in Hamburg and is located right next to the Hotel vier Jahreszeiten on Jungfernstieg. About 30 seats, spread over two floors, houses the small bar. In addition to classic cocktails, there is also an upscale selection of whiskey and gin varieties. In the historic ambience, the evening can start or end with a view of the Binnenalster and, for example, a champagne-based Alster cocktail with gin, cointreau, Angostrua and grapefruit juice.

 

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