Jenny from the blog travelynn enjoyed a family trip to Hamburg during the February. Here are her top things to do in Hamburg with kids:
„Hamburg is really beautiful – but this constant rain!“ We keep hearing: Hamburg and the weather – not a good combination. So much for the cliché.
By Lucy Ruthnum For a city that is known for its industrial and functional nature, Hamburg is a bit of a hidden gem when it comes to vintage shopping. For those of us who digging through the second-hand shops when they travel, this Hanseatic city may be understated, but it has a myriad of bargains [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Saint Pauli is perhaps best known for it’s legendary football club and it’s super fans, but many people around the world are also familiar with the neighborhood for it’s live music scene, most notably the Beatles days in the Kaiserkeller and Indra Club. Although that was 60 years ago, both venues are going strong with [...]
The Markthalle is one of the top locations for live music in Hamburg. Having the capacity of 1,000 people, a who’s who of popular music have performed here before they began filling stadiums. A short list includes superstars such as Guns N’ Roses, U2, AC/DC, The Police, Dio, Run D.M.C., Phish, R.E.M., Scorpions, Suicidal Tendencies, [...]