Even in the past, the scent of the big wide world wafted through Hamburg’s Speicherstadt. Exotic foodstuffs such as coffee, tea and spices were stored, refined and packaged in the world’s largest warehouse complex. Even today, you can still imagine the hustle and bustle of times long past when cargo ships from all over the […]
A relaxing family weekend in Hamburg – Rosa’s tips!
Since Rosa from the blog conscious lifestyle of mine has children, she travels with her family actually only somewhere in the Naur, because children and big city have always associated with stress. But now it was so that her big daughter has wanted very much for many months to visit the Miniaturwunderland in Hamburg and […]
Cycling for Charity. Grenzradeln: Along the borders of Germany in 80 days.
Michael Bauer has always been an active cyclist, but now, with the start of his retirement, he has started a project for which we all have great respect. The start and finish is the Old Town Hall, the headquarters of the VHS Völklingen – his employer for the last decades. His tour also took him […]
Green Hamburg – quiet places, parks and nature in Hamburg by tracks and the city
When Sandra from the blog ‚tracks and the city‘ was last in Hamburg, she stayed at the Alsterkrug. A hotel that is so close to the Alster and virtually in nature that it is impossible not to spend a little time there. Hamburg is often bustling, at the Landungsbrücken, on the Kiez, in Altona and […]
Summer 2020, Hamburg. A memory of the Hanseatic city by Nanda Wescott
It’s been raining for weeks, felt, probably more like days. I click on the folder with the analog pictures, summer 2020, Hamburg. It was warm and windless, quite untypical for Hamburg actually. Three of us drive 5 hours from Cologne in the VW Polo, all windows open. COVID already exists, but the summer still feels like the lightest part of the year.
Good reasons why Hamburg is always a damn good idea!
Camilla is definitely a Berliner. But, there is a city where her heart has been set on for many years: Hamburg. Even in her youth she was often in the Hanseatic city, had her first love here, many friends and always had an unbelievable number of dates. If you ask yourself now, why is she […]
Best outdoor and open-air activities to do in Hamburg by nomadic chica
Gloria from nomadic chica was visiting Hamburg in August and she felt safe, thanks to all the measures taken in hotels, restaurants, and public transportation regarding the current pandemics. Germany in general is a very green country contrary what Gloria always though, but you find in most cities several green areas and parks to relax […]
The ideal summer city trip to Hamburg. Sights, art and culture, lots of water and a wide range of activities.
As the greenest city in Germany, you will find many parks and recreational facilities directly on the waterfront in Hamburg. Especially in summer, Hamburg is ideal for a city trip. The mixture of sights, art and culture, together with numerous local recreation areas, lots of water and a wide range of water sports activities make […]
Family trip to Hamburg by kamzmulcem
When Iva and her family visited Hamburg in June, it was their first city break after Covid 19 … and it could not be better, Iva says. Hamburg is for them one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. Amazing architecture, bustling Harbour feeling on every corner, lots of green areas and cultural offers were […]
Travel to Hamburg with kids – by travelynn
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: