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With high-end eateries, maritime heritage and just a flash of a naughty side (visit stag favourite the Reeperbahn district for more on that), the German port city of Hamburg is unlike any of its sister cities – you’ll have to visit to see for yourself.
Only German low-cost carrier Eurowings currently offers direct flights from Birmingham to Hamburg Airport (HAM), with an average journey time of one hour and 35 minutes.
Continue your travel-savvy ways by planning airport transfers before you arrive.
If you want to pay for the privilege of a door-to-door service, taxi fares from the airport to central hotels are in the region of 25 euros.
The S-Bahn rail network is an efficient and cheap alternative, if you don’t mind completing your journey on foot from the central railway station of Hauptbahnhof. One-way tickets cost 3.20 euros and trains depart every 10 minutes (25-minute journey time).
For everything you need to know about renting a vehicle during your time in Germany, visit our car hire in Hamburg page. We can also help you to find the perfect place to stay at the right price – see hotels in Hamburg.
It’s the second-largest city in Germany – one of the ten biggest in Europe in fact – yet Hamburg retains a slow-paced charm for visitors. This is probably down to the lazy pulse of the canals and the River Elbe, which bring families to the shores for picnics and sightseers to the boats for tours.
If you’re after fast-paced action, book an early-morning call and visit Hamburg Fish Market (it’s open from 5am in summer and on Sundays throughout the year). From porcelain to pork (and, of course, fish), you can buy a variety of goods here.
Slow down again with an afternoon at Hagenbeck Zoo or at the edge of Lake Alster, perhaps with a picnic procured at the morning market.
By night, the red-light district of Reeperbahn cranks up the pace by a few knots, though its uber-cool bars attract more than stag groups on rowdy weekends. Hamburg’s restaurant scene is something to write home about too – or get with the times (and annoy your friends) with posts on Facebook and Instragram detailing your delicious culinary adventures.