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This apartment is on the 1st floor , right in the heart of Hamburg , in the central and popular district " St. George " . This central location , you will need to achieve this apartment from Hamburg Central no public transport , on foot as you reach this home in only 8 Mininuten . Of course, but all public transport are available . This feature lets you directly from start to attractions in the HafenCity , jetties , Reeperbahn , Blankenese , etc. , and you lying on foot Alster, you are warmly invited to walking and jogging . In addition to the numerous shops that offers this location, popular with young and old street " Lange Reihe " , as well as the shopping street and pedestrian precinct paradise that is " " only 5 minutes walking distance . The fully equipped apartment with modern bathroom and fully equipped kitchen and their modern appliances, heard her bedroom that not only has a modern furniture , a large flat screen TV and high - speed internet, and numerous DVDs. The quiet bedroom, not only has a comfortable double bed and by the Stiftung Warentest "good" rated 7 zone cold foam mattress , a private telephone line. Of course, coffee and tea included in the price , as well as linens and towels. Free parking is available directly outside the house or in the street. Explore Hamburg from the middle!
Room type Private room
Property type Bed & Breakfast
Accommodates 1
Bedrooms 1

St. Georg, Hamburg

CENTER HAMBURG, Central station
$ 33
You live very centrally, city center. My accommodation is good for couples, single travelers and business travelers. The room is quiet and large, the main station is an 8 minute walk away. The price is based on 2 persons per night.
Room type Private room
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms 1

St. Georg, Hamburg

Central, quiet in the heart of the city center
$ 43
Located within the Hamburg old town, my beautiful 40 square meter apartment is in the 4th floor of an old office building, very quiet at night. It’s a great place for tourists and for business visitors as well, and you could hardly find a location more central. A lot of varied gastromy and the central shopping streets Neuer Wall, Jungfernstieg and Mönckebergstraße are in the immediate vicinity, you could reach the HafenCity by walk too as well as the famous Reeperbahn in 1,5 km distance.
The Hamburg city center is exceptionally beautiful, you find new buildings along with the classic facades of Hamburg office houses in the „Kontorhausviertel“. Only a very small number of people live in the heart of the inner city - in my direct neighborhood, you find restaurant, shops and offices, but it’s longer walk to the next neighbour, who lives here. This is why it is at night as calm, as you may expect it on the countryside only. If necessary always accessible and in the week nearby.
The Börsenviertel in the old town of Hamburg is characterized by diverse shopping opportunities and gastronomic offers. The merchants, ship brokers, shipowners and lawyers - occupations typical of Hamburg, the city of merchants. U Rathaus, buses Rathausmarkt (here also almost all Hamburg night buses), U / S Jungfernstieg, U Rödingsmarkt, S Stadthausbrücke
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms 1

Hamburg-Altstadt, Hamburg

Beautiful City-Apartment next to Town Hall
$ 65
Ole from Hamburg

Beautiful City-Apartment next to Town Hall

· Entire home/apt ·
· 139 reviews
This Bauhaus architecture designed room with a luxury hotel boxspringbed on the second floor with direct metro access in the center of Hamburg is just two subway stops or 10 minute walk from the central station and many attractions. The S-Bahn line S1 is the most practicle S-Bahn line without changing trains for sightseeing. The nearby Außenalster is perfect for walking or jogging around the neighborhood. A large Edeka supermarket with bakery and numerous restaurants and shops are just around the corner. Wifi high speed internet, a large flat screen TV and a hairdryer are also available in this elegant, clean maintained and alarm secured architects apartment. Coffee (nespresso capsules), tea, milk and muesli are included in the price. If you want to cook use the modern and fully equipped new high-tech kitchen with oven, microwave, ceramic hob and super silent dishwasher and enjoy. Free parking in the street in front of the house. Direct train to the airport in 15 minutes. Bed linen, towels and hairdryer are also included. For further information please feel free to contact me. Check in - Check out flexible by arrangement. I know the city very well, so I will be happy to give you all the insights and hot spots. Discover Hamburg from one of the most central locations. I look forward to get to know nice people from different cities and countries. You are welcome.
S1, U1, Metrobus 25 // direkt gegenüber S1, U1, Metrobus 25 // directly opposite
Room type Private room
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms 1

Hohenfelde, Hamburg

CITY CENTER NEAR CENTRAL STATION
$ 33
big kitchen, bathroom with tub, small sleeping room with 140cm bed, living room with sleeping Couch The aptm is lokated just a footwalk away of the harbour and St Pauli with the Reeperbahn (night life area) Everything you would need is very nearby. ATTENTION: I have no TV and coffee maker.
whole appartement always availabl on the phone
You can walk to the harbour and Reeperbahn, supermarkets are around the corner 3 min walk to the next subway station and bus in front of the house No smoking!
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms 1

Altona, Hamburg

2 room aptm. in heart of Hamburg
$ 55
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Apartment
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms 1

Borgenfelde, Hamburg

Modernes Apartment im Zentrum
$ 66

Hamburg, Germany

Although Berlin is Germany's official capital, the city of Hamburg considers itself "the gateway to the world." It's a bold claim, but one befitting the confidence of Germany's second-largest city and one of the world's largest ports. This seaport infuses Hamburg with a maritime spirit and multicultural attitude that shouldn’t be missed by seasoned travelers or casual vacationers.

All of Hamburg's seven boroughs have their own personality. The city's heart is Mitte, a region home to Hamburg's business district and bustling shopping strip. Mitte is also Hamburg's cultural center, with theaters, museums, and opera halls. Hamburg's steamier side is celebrated in Mitte's red-light district.

Hipsters tend to give Mitte a wide berth, though, and instead they head to trendy Altona, in Hamburg's northwest. It boasts cooler-than-cool restaurants, fashion retailers, and nightspots, as well as the ritzy riverside Blankenese.

Art nouveau architecture, hip eateries, and trendy boutiques all characterize Eimsbüttel. Much of Nord has a similar feel, although other parts feature newer apartment complexes built in the wake of World War II. There are more apartments in Wandsbek's center, although these give way to smaller, single-family homes at its northern outskirts.

Finally, there are the smallest boroughs of Harburg and Bergedorf. These have industrial areas close to the river Elbe and quieter residential dwellings away from the water's edge. Wilhemsburg, in Harburg, is also tipped to be Hamburg's next haven’t-you-heard destination. Hamburg's historic harbor is both a functional seaport and tourist hotspot. The 800-year-old waterfront is a beautiful spot for strolling, taking boat tours, or enjoying dinner.

Next to the harbor, you'll find Hamburg's historic warehouse district, the world's largest warehouse complex. Stalls selling textiles like silks and oriental carpets are ideal for souvenir hunters. When night falls, light projections make the district feel magical.

Gentlemen's clubs and saucy museums sit alongside happening bars and restaurants in Hamburg's legendary red-light district, The Reeperbahn. The Beatles famously resided here at the beginning of their careers, and Hamburg's club scene was a launchpad for the band's subsequent success.

Hamburg's cultural side is on show at Hamburger Kunsthalle, three architectural marvels housing Germany's most impressive art collection. Works from masters like Rembrandt, Cezanne, Pablo Picasso, and Edvard Munch are all represented.

Hamburg's central location and reputation as a seaport combine to endow the city's cuisine with a distinctly multicultural vibe. Global influences evidence themselves in Michelin starred restaurants that represent regional flavors from France and Asia to the Middle East.

Hamburg's central location sees it experiencing all four seasons without any great weather extremes, especially during fall and spring. Summers are generally comfortable, with average temperatures hovering around the high 70s and low 80s. However, locals know they should always bring a poncho and sweater with them as summer days can be unpredictable. Winter temperatures generally stay around freezing, but they rarely dip too far below 0.

The warm weather between May and September is the most pleasant for exploring Hamburg. The conditions are perfect for celebrating, so it's unsurprising to note Hamburg is busiest during this time. Locals and guests ring in the harbor's birthday with Hafengeburtstag in early May, Schlemmersommer, or Gourmet Summer, from June to August, and the annual Alstervergnügen festival in August or September. The sunny weather and celebrations also bring an influx of travelers. But if you're looking for bargain flights and other deals, you're probably best braving the brisker weather of fall.

Hamburg might be the gateway to the world, but spend some time in this lovely German city and you might find yourself wanting to see more of Hamburg and less of what lies beyond.

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