Hamburg Guide for 48 hours. By yaba travellers.

George and Vasiliki from the blog yaba travellers spend a weekend in Hamburg and had the chance to discover our fascinating city. In their blog post they describe, what to do in Hamburg if you only have 48 hours available. They stroll through the world’s largest warehouses, the Speicherstadt, the Miniatur Wunderland, the modern concert […]

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A Travel Guide to Hamburg – by flourish-ious

Evelyn from the US (living in London) visited Hamburg at the end of August. She sleeps at the 25hours Hamburg Hafencity (find her blogpost HERE) and experienced Hamburg in the most beautiful weather. At her blog she gives a lot of tips about the city. Above all, she experienced Hamburg like this: „Hamburg does an […]

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Bucerius Kunst Forum – Exhibition „The birth of the art market“

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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 [...]
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Old Style Culture Club GRETE

by John Donson In 2012, the Hamburg-based American John Hughes started a weekly concert series at the Grete Margaretenkneipe/ Kulturverein in the lively Schanzenviertel district in Hamburg. Mostly comprised of local musicians, the Thursday Night live music program showcases the diversity of this beautiful city. From flamenco to free jazz, Syrian folk music to Argentinian [...]
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