|Most expensive month:||September|
|Average price in Hamburg:||$130/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$16/night|
|Most expensive day:||Thursday|
A&o Hamburg Hauptbahnhof
Amsinckstrasse 2-10, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
Hotel Residence am Hauptbahnhof
Steindamm 24-26, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
The Westin Hamburg
Platz Der Deutschen Einheit 2, Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
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Centred around the Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Hamburg State sprawls along the River Elbe in Germany’s north. It was established with the purpose of converting the Saxons to Christianity in the 8th century and is now the second smallest state in Germany.
Historic districts, fascinating museums and a pioneering zoo - Hamburg State offers something for the entire family.
Explore the riverfront district of HafenCity. Hamburg’s port area has been described as the “Gateway to Germany” and is clustered with many of the city's most popular attractions. Follow the walking trail that leads past the UNESCO World Heritage-listed brick warehouses of the Speicherstadt and admire the tall ships moored at the Traditionsschiffhafen before taking in a show at the cutting-edge Elbphilarmonie.
Visit the Hamburg Museum of Work. Hamburg’s industrial past is explored at the Museum of Work, which occupies a series of 19th-century factory buildings in Barmbek. It’s an important stop on the European Route of Industrial Heritage, with engaging exhibits that include vintage machinery and a recreated trading office from 1925.
Wander through Treppenviertel Blankenese. Overlooking the River Elbe in Hamburg State’s west is this attractive residential area known for its narrow winding alleys and charming captains’ houses. Join a guided tour to learn about the former residents of its Wilhelminian-style mansions and soak up the elevated views from the beer gardens on the Süllberg terraces.
Tierpark Hagenbeck. In the northwestern suburb of Stellingen is Hamburg’s zoo, the Tierpark Hagenbeck, which is based on a collection of animals started by Carl Hagenbeck in 1863. It is still operated by his descendants and was one of the first zoos in the world to use open enclosures. In addition to Asian elephants and Siberian tigers, the zoo features a tropical aquarium and a polar exhibit.
Hamburg Airport is a 20-minute drive from the city centre and international trains connect to the Hamburg Central Station. Buses, trains and subways travel throughout the state and connect most of its attractions. Hamburg is a bicycle-friendly city and the Altstadt is ideally explored on foot.
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Super 8 by Wyndham Hamburg Mitte, rated with a score of 8.1 from 10,104 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Hamburg. Other top stays include The Westin Hamburg, with an average rating of 8.8 from 6,367 reviewers, and Holiday Inn Hamburg - City Nord, with a score of 8.3 from 5,461 reviewers.