Janis and Gary visited Hamburg the second time and they are sure, they will come back.
George and Vasiliki from the blog yaba travellers spend a weekend in Hamburg.
Evelyn from the US (living in London) visited Hamburg at the end of summer.
©Lucy Ruthnum By Lucy Ruthnum The last of the dust and glitter has settled and stepping back into real life has been a shock to the system after a weekend of fun in the sun at MS Dockville Festival. This festival of music and arts was the perfect way to spend what could be one [...]
All life is a rhythm - Hamburg’s annual film festival will take place again this week, showing the very classics of music- and dance movies. A giant screen, floating on top of the Alster Lake will show „Dirty Dancing“ (at Thursday, 06.09.), „Flashdance“ (at Friday, 07.09.) as well as „The Rocky Horror Picture Show“ (at [...]
What to do with a soccer stadium during off-season? Make it an art gallery that hosts an international festival for art, music and culture: The Millerntor Gallery. The “Come to Hamburg”-team checked out this year’s Millerntor Gallery which took place from 5th until 8th of July. Already being the 8th edition, the festival has now [...]
Recently, the Kunstmeile Hamburg (Art Mile Hamburg) started offering a 3-day-pass, which lets visitors access Hamburg’s five renowned art institutions for three days in a row. The price is very affordable: It is either 19 Euros (discounted) or 25 Euros. In comparison to you buying a single ticket to each and every of the five, […]
The largest model railway in the world, Miniatur Wunderland, is definetly a must when visiting Hamburg. It was rated Germany's top one tourist attraction in 2017. Watch the video to see into the miniature wonderland, or even better: come to Hamburg and experience yourself.
Are you into classic art? Then check out the exhibition "The birth of the art market: Rembrandt, Ruisdael, Van Goyen and the artists of the Golden Age" at one of Hamburg's art hot spots: The Bucerius Kunst Forum. Rembrandt "Willem Burchgraeff" ©Bucerius Kunstforum This exhibition is taking place until January 7th 2018 and was announced [...]
Want to explore Hamburg’s wild side? Then do not only visit the Reeperbahn but Hamburg’s zoo. Whether you are travelling with or without kids, by yourself or with a travel companion, you will be amazed by the variety of animals which are to be seen at the historical and family owned Tierpark Hagenbeck. For more [...]