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– Guided tour – from the town hall to HafenCity – Romantic twilight tour on the Alster

– Champagne reception

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– Three-course meal in the Atlantic Restaurant

– A guide to Hamburg (one per room)

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Hamburg has a great deal to offer: an attractive world of shopping in unique and internationally renowned stores, a wide range of cultural activities typical of a vibrant global metropolis, and innovative, multifaceted cuisine in a large number of Michelin-starred restaurants. This magazine is designed to give you an overview of Hamburg’s many highlights. In addition to a “unique” world of shopping, a lively “arts and entertainment” scene and the best venues for “culinary delights”, we will also introduce you to “dream hotels”, regional excursions and a range of “exclusive” services to make your stay even more enjoyable. All of these highlights can be found on the map at the end of the brochure. We’ll start by showing you around some of Hamburg’s finest, most interesting and exclusive neighbourhoods, where residents take pride in the place where they shop, go out, live and work. Take time to stroll through the city and soak up the view.

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The former harbour area in the heart of Hamburg is not only resplendent with modern and impressively elegant architecture, it is also in a constant state of flux. The HAFENCITY is therefore always worth visiting, even if only to see the latest developments. The prominent Elbphilharmonie concert hall has become particularly appealing due to its uniqueness as a flagship construction project. The HafenCity as a whole is becoming livelier by the day, with restaurants, museums, cafes, schools and shops opening all the time. In summer, the MAGELLAN TERRACES become the setting for attractive events such as tango performances, street theatre and stage readings. Many people stroll through the traditional port to inspect the historic boats. Canals, ports, pontoons and quays add a touch of maritime flair.

HAFENCITY

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Fascinating Hamburg

BINNENALSTER

Binnenalster HafenCity

Before the River Alster flows into the Elbe, it forms a picturesque lake in the city centre of Hamburg, the BINNENALSTER. The revamped Jungfernstieg forms the border to the south, where Hamburg’s luxury shopping boulevard begins, the NEUE WALL: right next to Hamburg’s impressive town hall and surrounded by the Alster canals. Although not particularly wide, it is one of Europe’s top ten luxury shopping miles. Behind the wonderful art nouveau facades of listed buildings or in beautifully maintained old office buildings, discerning customers will find almost exclusively high-quality products. Architectural highlights include the baroque Görtz-Palais, the GUTRUF-HAUS and the HILDEBRANDT-HAUS (Neuer Wall 86, 10 and 18).

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Just one street further to the north-west, not far from the usual range of shops found in city centre shopping streets, is the ABC-VIERTEL. This district is named after one of the oldest documented streets in Hamburg: ABC-Strasse. It is also home to an outstanding selection of art, antiques, fashion and lifestyle stores plus top international restaurants such as Die Bank. One of the best things about these businesses is that many, such as ULI SCHNEIDER, FELDENKIRCHEN and KOKO VON KNEBEL, are owner-run. This gives the district its individual flair, character and style. But international brands such as CHANEL, RALPH LAUREN and PRADA are also located here. The streets in the district are both charming and varied, with a mixture of typically Hanseatic unrendered brick houses, lovingly restored art nouveau buildings and modern chrome-and-glass facades.


Fascinating Hamburg

Aussenalster Suburbs on the Elbe

AUSSENALSTER To the north of the Binnenalster lies the much larger Twice a week, Tuesdays and Fridays, this bustling and more pristine Aussenalster with its meadows, wal- market is held under the old railway viaduct between the U-Bahn stations EPPENDORFER BAUM and HOHELUFT. king and cycle paths. This Hamburg centrepiece is surrounded by the most sought-after and expensive Besides being a great place to shop, it is also ideal properties as well as the most sophisticated districts. for celebrity spotting. To the west are ROTHERBAUM and the pretty little PÖSELDORF, where JIL SANDER and ULI SCHNEIDER opened their To the north-east of the Alster is a place of beautiful and romantic canals – WINTERHUDE. Here, splendid first fashion boutiques. Slightly further afield is the verdant HARVESTEHUDE, with its well-preserved detached waterside villas line streets with names such as BELLEVUE, offering views of the ALSTER. Three streets villas, and the lively neighbourhood of EPPENDORF. In form the focal point of this popular, exquisite neighthe Seventies, this was a hotbed of student resibourhood: MÜHLENKAMP, POELCHAUKAMP and GERTIGSTRASSE. stance; today, it is one of the city’s most desirable During the summer, people look for a place in the residential areas, its streets lined with elegant turnof-the-twentieth-century town houses, ancient trees, shade by the canal, drink champagne or eat cake. beautiful parks and small upmarket boutiques – and When it’s cooler outside, they head for the KÜCHENWERKSTATT restaurant and indulge in the culinary all close to the Alster. The most popular shopping delights of GERALD ZOGBAUM, the latest chef to take the streets include EPPENDORFER BAUM, EPPENDORFER WEG, international gastronomy world by storm. EPPENDORFER LANDSTRASSE, LEHMWEG and HEGESTRASSE as well as the ISEMARKT, Europe’s longest outdoor market.

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With a bit of imagination, OTHMARSCHEN can also be classed as a suburb on the Elbe, despite being very close to the city centre. Its tranquil, tree-lined streets with big, smart houses give this district on the Elbe suburban flair. Waitzstrasse, a short, upmarket shopping street by Othmarschen station, is rather busier. Continue along the Elbe westwards out of the city and you’ll come to NIENSTEDTEN, with its impressively “wild” JENISCHPARK overlooking the River Elbe and containing an excellent museum of 19th-century art and culture.

The best-known suburb on the Elbe, however, is undoubtedly BLANKENESE, the prettiest part of which is on and around Hamburg’s tallest hill, the SÜLLBERG. While the Bavarians may mock, the people of Hamburg are very proud of this 80-metre hill, sometimes referred to as a little mountain range. Most importantly, though, the hill offers the most attractive scenery of anywhere in the city: the TREPPENVIERTEL, the step district, crammed with old fishermen’s cottages and new villas connected by stairs and often difficult to reach by car. The area has many hidden treasures and surprising vistas, including its own magnificent beach on the Elbe.

SUBURBS ON THE ELBE

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UNIQUE Shopping

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FASHION MADE IN HAMBURG EXTRAVAGANT CLASSIC HANSEATIC

LOVINGLY HANDCRAFTED MADE IN HAMBURG JEWELLERY AND ACCESSORIES LIFESTYLE DELICATESSEN Hamburg is a city of superlatives. It has more millionaires than anywhere else in Germany, the world’s biggest and most beautiful cruise ships enter its port, it has more bridges than any other city in Europe – and it has a wide variety of unique and extraordinary shops. All over the city, Hamburg fashion designers, jewellers, cigar rollers and chocolatiers display their forever unique and often handmade wares.

Photo: SIUM – simple, colourful designs by Regine Steenbock

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UNIQUE FASHION MADE IN HAMBURG

JIL SANDER Jil Sander made it big with her personality. Her career began in the Hamburg district of Pöseldorf, near the Alster, where she developed her unmistakeable and timelessly minimalist style. Her success not only swept the world, but also reached the upmarket Neuer Wall, where the simple, clearly structured, uncluttered design of her store reflects the Hamburg style icon herself. Jil Sander

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Neuer Wall 43 (Neustadt) Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–7 p.m.

www.jilsander.com

FOR WOMEN Anna Fuchs

Uli Schneider Design

This multiple award-winning designer is best known for her striking and timeless dresses. Karolinenstrasse 27 (Karolinenviertel), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.– 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m. www.annafuchs.de

Puristic cuts and an attention to detail define the fashions created by Uli Schneider for the cosmopolitan woman By appointment on +49 (0)40 4100 9630 www.uli-schneider.net

Hello + Hello Couture One side of the store features Telsche Braren’s and Susanne Gröhnke’s clear, modern everyday designs, the other their exclusive bridal and evening wear collection. Weidenstieg 11 (Eimsbüttel), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. www.hello-mode.de

Tonja Zeller Simple and stylish eye-catching designs by Tonja Zeller. Elbchaussee 2 (Ottensen) Wed.–Fri. 2–7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. www.tonjazeller.de

SIUM Regine Steenbock’s sculptural creations confer a unique glamour on the wearer. Marktstrasse 27 (Karolinenviertel), Mon.–Fri. 12–7 p.m., Sat. 11.30 a.m.–5 p.m. www.sium.net

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Kresse After starting his career in men’s fashion, designer Oliver Kresse now creates elegant collections for women. Barmbeker Strasse 175 (Winterhude), Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.– 6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–2 p.m. (and by appointment on +49 (0)40 2353 2880) www.kressecollection.com


Stefan Eckert HERR VON EDEN

Visitors to Stefan Eckert’s chic Pöseldorf salon are surprised by his dreadlocks, tattoos, ripped jeans and incredible nonchalance. A former employee of Alexander McQueen in London, Eckart now designs his own collections in the studio adjoining his fashion salon – inspired by the charm of 1950’s French couture houses. Each of his unique handmade designs is a small work of art.

Celebrities such as Jan Delay, Fatih Akin and even Lady Gaga wear Herr von Eden: the collections of head designer Bent Angelo are a combination of modern classic cuts, nostalgia and avant-garde, severity and sensitivity. His unconventional designs, timeless elegance and unique creations make Jensen and his label one of the best-known men’s outfitters in Hamburg. Besides a boutique in the Karolinen­ viertel, a Herr von Eden tailor’s recently opened on Grossneumarkt square, offering bespoke suits and even ladies’ wear.

Stefan Eckert Mittelweg 19 (Rotherbaum) Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m. (Sat. by appointment on +49 (0)40 6370 8915) www.stefaneckertdesign.com

Herr von Eden 2 Grossneumarkt 22 (Neustadt), Tel. +49 (0)40 1801 7416 (by appointment), Marktstrasse 33 (Karolinenviertel), Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–8 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–6 p.m. www.herrvoneden.com

FOR MEN & WOMEN FKK

Garment

Stefan Harm and Tobias Jopp create individual designs for the self-confident man and woman. Their latest must-have for her: Hamburg dirndls. Hegestrasse 21 (Eppendorf) Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. www.fkk-fashion.com

Catering for both men and women: the creations by Ullinca Schröder and Kathrin Müller draw on high-quality materials and classic cuts – and are very figure flattering. Marktstrasse 25 (Karolinenviertel), Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. www.garment-online.de

Etage Eins Hamburg’s top fashion designers, all on one floor – especially for women, but also for men. Überseeboulevard 2 (HafenCity) Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.etage-eins.com

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FELDENKIRCHEN “Wow, how chic! Where’s it from, LA?” – “No, Feldenkirchen.” Andreas and Claudia Feldenkirchen have always had a feel for fashion. Their stores set new trends in individual designer fashions from Paris, Milan, New York or LA and they were solely responsible for introducing many of today’s outstanding, leading international brands to Germany. “If a piece is in Barney’s in New York, it usually means we’ve missed the boat”, says trendsetter Andreas Feldenkirchen. Stay up to date with the latest trends by shopping at one of their two stores in Hamburg’s city centre. Feldenkirchen women Poststrasse 51 (Neustadt) Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–7 p.m.

Hamburg app Free guide incl. audio tour. Info and links at www.hamburgtourismus.de/app

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EXTRAVAGANT FASHION UNIQUE

Sibilla Pavenstedt High fashion meets charity: Hamburg designer Sibilla Pavenstedt has created stage costumes for theatre productions, exhibited her clothes in the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (Museum of Arts and Crafts) and presented her designs at Paris, New York and Tokyo fashion shows. Her “Made auf Veddel” project educates women from migrant backgrounds in the art of fashion. The elaborately made haute couture is then sent from Veddel out into the world. Stars such as Carla Bruni, Nicole Kidman and Jane Birkin have appeared on the red carpet wearing the fashion designer’s imaginative creations. Sibilla Pavenstedt

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Lange Reihe 13 (St. Georg), Tel. +49 (0)40 8060 2480 www.sibilla-pavenstedt.net

Shopping, leisure and enjoyment - The Levantehaus Hamburg has everything to offer to make your visit a feast of sights, sounds and tastes: classic and unique architecture, over 40 specialized stores, gourmet restaurants and fivestar-hotel, Park Hyatt Hamburg.

ANZEIGE Levantehaus

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Mönckebergstraße 7 · www.levantehaus.de


UNIQUE Extravagant FASHION

FOR MEN FOR MEN & WOMEN Stoffsüchtig

Hackett Immaculately tailored suits and shirts, knitwear and modern tweeds – 100 per cent British: The designs of the Londonbased tailor are inspired by rugby, rowing and car racing. Hohe Bleichen 28 (Neustadt), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.hackett.com

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This urbane store offers innovative, choice fashions from the collections of young, up-and-coming international fashion designers. Überseeboulevard 2 (HafenCity), Mon. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Tues.–Sat. 10 a.m.–8 p.m. www.stoffsuechtig.de

FOR WOMEN

Lewin – Tailoring & Accessories

Queen for a Day Millions & Millions Designer Dünya Yildiz Can specialises in bright and colourful top-quality silk wrap dresses. Eppendorfer Land­ strasse 106 (Eppendorf), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. www.millionsandmillions.de

In her high-fashion store, Julia Ruhnke sells army bags featuring Swarovski crystals from her own collection and loud clothes, bags, shoes and jewellery by brands such as Wildfox, Jet Set or Lauren Moshi. Lehmweg 28 (Hoheluft), Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.– 4 p.m. www.queenforaday.de

Menswear by the harbour: fine, exceptional and made-to-measure suits. Rambachstrasse 12 (Neustadt), Tues.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. www.lewin-hamburg.de

Luxus Alarm From basics to business to evening wear: discerning individualists will find exclusively bespoke designs in Meister Marco’s showroom. lbchaussee 8 (Ottensen), Tues.–Sat. 2–8 p.m. www.luxusalarm.de

Recession by Marla Inspired by the Roaring Twenties, designer Marla von Menna creates tasselled dresses, Marlene Dietrich-style trouser suits and sequinned tops. Plus, of course, the accessories to match. Glashüttenstrasse 8 (Karolinenviertel), Tues., Thurs., Sat. 1–7 p.m. www.recession-by-marla.de

Bettina Schoenbach Simple and elegant fashions created by designer Bettina Schoenbach. Considered an insider tip by American and Japanese businesswomen. Neue ABC-Strasse 1 (Neustadt), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. www.bettinaschoenbach.com

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One of the many men’s outfitters in the Neustadt district.

SHOES Thomas Keil After ten years of making stylish bespoke shoes for men and women, Thomas Keil has now opened his own store.

Keplerstrasse 20 (Ottensen), Tues.–Fri. 12–7 p.m., Sat. 12–6 p.m. www.keil-schuhe.de

Schuhe by Milliways Pumps, boots, ballerinas or men’s shoes – from the unusual to the classically elegant: here are brands you won’t find on every corner. Eppendorfer Landstrasse 64 (Eppendorf), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.milliwayshamburg.de


CLASSIC HANSEATIC FASHION UNIQUE

LADAGE & OELKE GAASTRA FLAGSHIP STORE The long-established Dutch brand of sailing accessories has opened a flagship store spanning over 200 sq m right next to the Elbphilharmonie in HafenCity – the only one of its kind to date in Germany. The ambience of the men’s and women’s store reflects the pioneering spirit and vision of the label, which sells only designers who are themselves sailors and displays its range of highquality sportswear to wonderful advantage. Gaastra

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Am Kaiserkai 60 (HafenCity) Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–8 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.gaastra.eu

More than any other clothing store, Ladage & Oelke is testimony to the traditional ties between England and Hamburg. Family owned since 1845, Heinrich Franck is part of the third generation to run the business and does so with a flair and passion that is apparent as soon as you enter the art nouveau door on Neuer Wall. The store stocks men’s and women’s wear of exceptional quality and traditional north German styles interspersed with some surprisingly “offbeat” creations. Ladage & Oelke

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Neuer Wall 11 (Neustadt) Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.ladage-oelke.de

Marine- & Tropenausrüster Brendler This specialist store has been selling marine and tropical work and everyday clothes in Hamburg since 1879. Grosse Johannisstrasse 15 (Altstadt), Mon.–Wed. 9.30 a.m.–6 p.m., Thurs.–Fri. 9.30 a.m.–6.30 p.m., Sat. 9.30 a.m.– 4 p.m. www.ernst-brendler.de

UNGER A luxury fashion department store with Hanseatic charm, offering outstanding service and high-quality brands for fashion aficionados and the more traditionally minded. Neuer Wall 35 (Neustadt), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.unger-hamburg.com


UNIQUE THE HAMBURG ART OF CRAFTSMANSHIP AND INDULGENCE

Karvinen Karvinen is the first port of call for self-confident women who like wearing individualistic, exclusive and high-quality fashion by designers and brands such as Annikki Karvinen, Issey Miyake, Rundholz, Tsumori Chisato, Mashiah and Maxjenny. Spread across two floors, you will find a creative mix of classic and contemporary styles. Experience the extraordinary fashion concepts of our exclusive international fashion labels. Enjoy a unique shopping experience in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere overlooking the canal. Karvinen

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Neuer Wall 43 (canalside) (Altstadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 352 007 www.karvinen.de

GALERIE FÜR SCHMUCK

HILDE LEISS

Hilde Leiss likes huge precious stones. The jewellery designer uses these precious stones in her filigree designs to make expressive and timelessly elegant creations with pure, clean lines. In her internationally renowned gallery, the goldsmith showcases her own work and creations by colleagues and other artisans. HILDE LEISS

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Grosser Burstah 38 (Altstadt) Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.hilde-leiss.de

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THE HAMBURG ART OF CRAFTSMANSHIP AND INDULGENCE UNIQUE

Hentschel Hamburg Uhrenmanufaktur The finest in traditional handmade mechanical watches by Hentschel. Geschwister-Scholl-Strasse 119 (Eppendorf), Mon.–Fri. 2–8 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–3 p.m. www.hentschel-hamburg.de

Gaschler Hutdesign

Otto Hatje Zigarrenmacher

Milliner Teresa Gaschler creates two collections per year for men and women. She also designs haute couture. Koppel 66 (St. Georg), Tues.–Fri. 11 a.m.– 6 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. www.gaschlerhutdesign.com

This original Hamburg cigar store opened in 1922. Owner and cigar maker Stefan Appel now sells his own brands and imports. Alte Königstrasse 5 (Altona), Tues., Wed., Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Thurs. 10 a.m.–9 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.– 3 p.m. www.ottohatje.de

Rigaer Seifenmanufaktur Wonderful handmade soaps, fragrant bath oils, feel-good body scrubs and much more. Mohlenhofstrasse 5 (Altstadt), Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–8 p.m. www.duftseifen.de

Elbgold Kaffeerösterei A warm, welcoming cafe offering select coffees with an adjoining roasting house in the Schanzen-Höfen Lagerstrasse 34c (Sternschanze), Mon.–Fri. 8 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat.–Sun. 10 a.m.–7 p.m. www.elbgold.com

NIVEA Haus A luxury spa spread across three floors and run by Hamburg-based global player NIVEA. Jungfernstieg 51 (Neustadt), Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–8 p.m. www.nivea.de

samova Teespeicher A modern and innovative tea merchant, offering exclusive tastings and seminars in addition to a large assortment of teas. Samova Teespeicher

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Hongkongstrasse 1, 3rd Floor (HafenCity), Mon.–Fri. 9 a.m.–6 p.m., Sat.–Sun. 12–6 p.m. www.samova.net

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Colleen B. Rosenblat Colleen B. Rosenblat presents her breathtaking jewellery in a beautiful, award-winning store. Mittelweg 49 a (inner courtyard) (Harvestehude), Tues.–Fri. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–3 p.m. www.rosenblat.de

SehKunst Rings at Colleen B. Rosenblat

Kevin Schütt’s store offers an expert and stylish combination of contemporary art and exclusive eyewear. Bespoke glasses are even made here. Grosser Grasbrook 9 (HafenCity), Tues.–Sat. 11 a.m.–7 p.m. www.sehkunst.de

belle vue! Avantgarde Optic

Stoffkontor Jenny Brodersen Stylish bedlinen in a combination of Nordic fresh colours – classic, sophisticated, Hanseatic. Designed and produced exclusively by Stoffkontor, also available made to measure. Stoffkontor Jenny Brodersen

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Kaufmannshaus, Grosse Bleichen 31, 20354 Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)40 348 0606, Fax +49 (0)40 348 0605, Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.– 7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., online shop: www.stoffkontor.de

Glasses ranging from the traditional to the positively extravagant, and many of them exclusive. Bleichenbrücke 1–7 (Neustadt), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.belle-vue-optic.de

OMEGA Omega watches are worn by high-performing athletes, divers, astronauts and everyday people – and you can buy these masterpieces on Neuer Wall. Neuer Wall 2–6 (Neustadt), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.omegawatches.com

Tresor Katja Binne presents modern, highly original jewellery, whose exciting shapes and structures capture the eye in her bright, clear and stylish store. Eppendorfer Weg 274 (Hoheluft), Tues.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. www.tresorhamburg.de

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LIFESTYLE UNIQUE

STILWERK Visitors enter the foyer to the sound of easy listening pipe music and perhaps the overwhelming hiss of the espresso machine in the bistro. A huge metal plaque adorns the entrance, perpetuating the brands housed in the design centre: Tobias Grau, bulthaupt, Kartell, Ligne Roset, Poggenpohl ... enough to make any design addict’s heart skip a beat. Everybody who is anybody in the world of living, design and lifestyle is represented in the seven-storey former malthouse. Even on Sundays, this temple of good taste is a place of pilgrimage for true lovers of aesthetics. STILWERK

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Grosse Elbstrasse 68 (Altona) Shops: Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Building: Mon.–Fri. 7.30 a.m.–9 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.–8 p.m., Sun. 9.30 a.m.–8 p.m. www.stilwerk.de

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UNIQUE LIFESTYLE

Koko von Knebel – Canine Luxury

Concept Store

Sleeping Dogs

This unusual store specialises in personalised designer interiors. Carmen Gloger offers a hand-picked selection of high-quality clothing, (living) accessories, furniture, lighting, etc., mostly from small producers rather than Far Eastern factories and some in very limited editions.

High-quality hooded sweatshirts, bathrobes, life jackets and other lifestyle accessories – for dogs. ABC-Strasse 4 (Neustadt), Mon.–Sat. 11 a.m.–6 p.m. www.kokovonknebel.com

Marché Noir Interior design experts Niels Hansen and Steffen Reimers offer a selection of fine furniture and luxury accessories. They can also help you plan the interior of your home. Mühlenkamp 52 (Winterhude), Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–2 p.m. www.marche-noir.de

Ply

Sleeping Dogs

Exciting home touches: Ply specialises in industrial-style furniture from the 1900s to the 1950s – from industrial lighting with patinas to old school desks. Kleine Rainstrasse 44 a (Ottensen), Wed.–Sat. 12–6 p.m. www.ply.de

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Stilwerk Hamburg, 1st Floor, Grosse Elbstrasse 68 (Altona) Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.sleepingdogs.de

Stefan Fink – Writing Utensils & Furniture Perfectly proportioned, fine handmade fountain pens, rollerballs or propelling pencils. Koppel 66 (St. Georg), Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 12–7 p.m. www.stefanfink.de

ManufaCtum A collection of the best from every era in one of the city’s architectural highlights: the Chilehaus in the Kontorviertel. Manufactum store in the Chilehaus

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Fischertwiete 2, entrance on Burchardplatz (Altstadt) Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.manufactum.de

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Royal Porcelain Manufactory Berlin KPM Gallery Making timelessly stylish tableware for almost quarter of a century. Neuer Wall 13, Mellin-Passage (Neustadt), Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.kpm.de


DELICATESSEN UNIQUE

Oschätzchen Mutterland A beautiful assortment of high-quality products from small German manufacturers, spread across two floors. Poststrasse 14–16 (Neustadt), Mon.–Sat. 8 a.m.–8 p.m. www.mutterland.de

This delicatessen is a gourmet paradise of excellent spices, fine confectionery and culinary specialities from all over the world, plus an exquisite selection of high-quality kitchen and tableware, all in a stylishly appetising setting.

Alsterhaus Feinkost This unique department store on the Alster has an exceptional deli section. Jungfernstieg 16–20 (Neustadt), Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–8 p.m. www.alsterhaus.de

Rach & Ritchy Haute cuisine in a warm and cosy atmosphere: Richard Meyer, chef and owner of the gourmet steakhouse, has mastered the art of cooking his meat to perfection in an 800-degree infrared oven. His equally tasty fish dishes are often overlooked by guests. Holstenkamp 71 (Bahrenfeld) Tel. +49 (0)40 8972 6170 Mon.–Fri. 12–2.15 p.m. and 6.30–10 p.m., Sat. 6–10 p.m. www.rach-ritchy.de

Oschätzchen Hohe Bleichen 26 (Neustadt) Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.oschaetzchen.com

Carls – Store

Xocolaterie

Selected groceries, delicacies, fine spices, choice wines and tea from Carls and the Louis C. Jacob Hotel. Am Kaiserkai 69 (HafenCity), daily from 12–11.30 p.m. www.carls-brasserie.de

A beautifully designed store packed with the finest varieties of chocolate. Papenhuder Strasse 27 (Uhlenhorst), Tues.–Fri. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. www.xocolaterie.de

FRISCHE PARADIES Goedeken The delicatessen supermarket for gourmets and amateur chefs, with a fabulous selection of freshly caught fish and an in-house bistro. Grosse Elbstrasse 210 (Altona), Mon.–Fri. 9 a.m.–7 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.–4 p.m., bistro: Mon.–Sat. 11.30 a.m.–3 p.m. www.frischeparadies.com

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STAGES MUSEUMS ARCHITECTURE

AND  TAINMENT Spectacular performances, brilliant exhibitions and interesting museums as well as exciting journeys of discovery and endless partying: Hamburg is a scintillating metropolis with a cultural and entertainment scene that is second to none. Here you will find a list of the best places to go. Exhibition in the Deichtorhallen

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SCHAUSPIELHAUS Since opening more than a century ago, Germany’s biggest spoken theatre has been captivating audiences with performances of the classics, musical theatre and its youth theatre section. Following an interim period under acting theatre manager Jack F. Kurfess, the 2013/2014 season will see Cologne theatre manager and director Karin Beier take over the reins of the Schauspielhaus.

THALIA THEATER

schauspielhaus 15 The arrival of artistic director Joachim Lux in 2009 was Kirchenallee 39 (St. Georg) a milestone for the Thalia, which had already been one of Ticket hotline +49 (0)40 248 713 the country’s most successful and innovative theatres for www.schauspielhaus.de years. Pantomimes and farces are a rare occurrence here. Instead, an outstanding ensemble of actors stage highquality, aesthetically challenging contemporary dramas. Thalia Theater

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Alstertor 1 (Altstadt) Ticket hotline +49 (0)40 3281 4444 www.thalia-theater.de

Hamburg State Opera The Hamburg State Opera’s manager and music director, Australian conductor Simone Young, stages major, internationally renowned musical theatre productions. Hamburg State Opera

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Grosse Theaterstrasse 25 (Neustadt) Ticket hotline +49 (0)40 356 868 www.staatsoper-hamburg.de

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STAGES ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT HAMBURG BALLETT JOHN NEUMEIER

Hamburg Ballett

Kultur Pur / Dance at its best

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Philharmoniker Hamburg HAMBURG BALLETT John Neumeier’s ballets have won international acclaim. The secret to the success of the head choreographer and artistic director of the HAMBURG BALLETT is variety – from literature ballet to pure dance. In 2013, Neumeier will celebrate his 40th anniversary in Hamburg. Cause for celebration. Hamburg Ballett

The Philharmoniker Hamburg has defined the sound of the city for over 180 years. Maestros such as Gustav Mahler, Sergei Prokofiev or Igor Stravinsky have all taken their place at the orchestra’s stand. Under music director Simone Young, today’s symphony orchestra performs not only philharmonic concerts in the Laeiszhalle, but all operatic and ballet evenings in the Hamburg State Opera. Philharmoniker Hamburg Ticket hotline +49 (0)40 356 868 www.philharmoniker-hamburg.de

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Grosse Theaterstrasse 25 (Neustadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 356 868 (ticket hotline) www.hamburgballett.de

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT MUSEUMS

BUCERIUS KUNST FORUM Established in 2002 by a foundation set up by the owner of Die Zeit newspaper, this museum beside the town hall holds four major exhibitions a year, ranging from the grave paintings of Paestum to the works of Edward Hopper. These are guest-curated by leading names from the art world and accompanied by informative lectures and symposiums. In November 2010, the Bucerius Kunst Forum joined forces with the Hamburger Kunsthalle, the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, the Kunstverein and the Deichtorhallen to form the Kunstmeile Hamburg – literally, a mile of art. To find out more, go to www.kunstmeile-hamburg.de

LAEISZHALLE Over 100 years ago, the shipping magnate Carl Heinrich Laeisz proclaimed his new concert hall “a worthy place for the performance and enjoyment of fine and serious music”. And so it remained, with international stars making acclaimed appearances in the neo-baroque building. In 2007, Christoph Lieben-Seutter took over as artistic director of the Laeiszhalle and the Elbphilharmonie. Although this spectacular new building in HafenCity is not finished yet, Elbphilharmonie concerts with top-class exceptional artists from the genres classical, jazz and new music are already being held in the Laeiszhalle and in many other parts of Hamburg. Laeiszhalle

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Johannes-Brahms-Platz (Neustadt) Ticket hotline +49 (0)40 3576 6666, Mon.–Fri. 1–4 p.m., 4.30–8 p.m. www.elbphilharmonie.de/laeiszhalle.de

HAMBURGER KUNSTHALLE Hamburg’s most venerable museum opened at its current location in 1869. It houses a variety of art collections, most prominent among which are 19th-century works including Caspar David Friedrich’s Wanderer above the Sea of Fog and pieces by Max Liebermann and Edouard Manet. In 1997, the Kunsthalle was expanded to include the Galerie der Gegenwart (Gallery of Contemporary Art), designed by Oswald Mathias Ungers. Hamburger Kunsthalle

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Rathausmarkt 2 (Altstadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 360 9960 Mon.–Sun. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Thurs. 11 a.m.–9 p.m. www.buceriuskunstforum.de

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Glockengiesserwall (Altstadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 4281 31200 Tues.–Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Thurs. 10 a.m.–9 p.m., day before bank holidays 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.hamburger-kunsthalle.de


DEICHTORHALLEN This former flower market now houses Europe’s biggest display of contemporary art. The larger north gallery hosts changing exhibitions of work by artists ranging from Roy Lichtenstein to Jonathan Meese and the south gallery, which opened in 2005, contains the Haus der Photographie (House of Photography). Since 2011, the Deichtorhallen have been curating the Falckenberg collection in the PhoenixHallen in Harburg. The collection comprises 2,000 works of contemporary art, with the emphasis on German and American contemporary art of the last 30 years. The Phoenix-Hallen are only open to visitors on guided tours. Deichtorhallen

Falckenberg Collection – Phoenix-Hallen

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Deichtorstrasse 1–2 (Altstadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 321 030 Tues.–Sun. 11 a.m.–6 p.m., every first Thurs. of the month 11 a.m.–9 p.m. www.deichtorhallen.de

Wilstorfer Strasse 71 / Tor 2 (Harburg) Tel. +49 (0)40 3250 6762 Mon.–Fri. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.sammlung-falckenberg.de

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INTERNATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM Before handing it over to the city, Peter Tamm’s collection was originally housed in his private residence on Elbchaussee. Since 2008, visitors have been able to marvel at 3,000 years of seafaring history in an impressive museum building in HafenCity. International Maritime Museum

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Koreastrasse 1, Kaispeicher B (HafenCity) Tel. +49 (0)40 3009 2300 Tues.–Wed. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Thurs. 10 a.m.–8 p.m., Fri.–Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.internationales-maritimes-museum.de

JENISCH HAUS

The former country residence of merchant and senator Martin Johann Jenisch offers a fascinating insight into the lives of the upper class during the Empire and Biedermeier periods. The classical building, which also serves as a venue for various exhibitions and concerts, stands in Jenischpark, a large public park on the Elbe. Jenisch Haus Baron-Voght-Strasse 50 (Othmarschen) Tel. +49 (0)40 828 790 Opening hours Tues.–Sun. 11 a.m.–6 p.m. www.altonaermuseum.de/jenisch-haus

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PROTOTYPE MOTOR MUSEUM Housed in a striking building, this interactive motor museum presents fine specimens that will set not only men’s pulses racing: among the exhibits are Petermax Müller’s world record-breaking car from 1949 and Michael Schumacher’s first Formula One car, the Jordan F1 191. Prototype Motor Museum

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Shanghaiallee 7 / Beim Lohseplatz (HafenCity) Tel. +49 (0)40 3999 6970 Tues.–Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.prototyp-hamburg.de

Great rates on over 160 attractions where you see this sign. The Hamburg CARD is available from tourist information offices at the main train station, harbour and airport, HVV ticket machines, service points and buses and many hotels, youth hostels and travel agencies.

BALLINSTADT – EMIGRATION MUSEUM HAMBURG The emigration museum, which opened in the summer of 2007, is a fine example of modern edutainment. It tells the story of the more than five million people who passed through the port of Hamburg between 1850 and 1938 on their way to the New World. Ballinstadt Veddeler Bogen 2 (Veddel) Tel. +49 (0)40 3197 9160 Nov. to Mar. 10 a.m.–4.30 p.m., Apr. to Oct. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. www.ballinstadt.de

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ELBPHILHARMONIE AND HAFENCITY

Ever since the harbour in the centre of Hamburg began redevelopment, cranes have been hard at work constructing the most amazing buildings. The site, which is partially completed and partially under construction, is over a kilometre long – stretching from the Elbphilharmonie on Dalmankai point to the new Spiegel Verlag building, which opened in 2011, on Ericus point. The developments are already home to 1,700 residents, with tourists flocking in their droves to stroll along the terraces and promenades, and new shops and restaurants opening up all the time in HafenCity. Services started operating to the first underground station – Überseequartier – on 29 November 2012. The Kesselhaus (boiler house), which once provided power to the Speicherstadt district, now contains an information centre that offers an overview of this major inner-city project. The main attraction, however, is the

Elbphilharmonie – Hamburg’s new landmark, featuring two concert halls (a 1:10 sized acoustic model of the Grand Hall can be found in the Elbphilharmonie Pavilion on the Magellan Terraces), a five-star hotel and around 45 apartments is expected to be completed in 2014/2015. Until then, weekly guided tours of the building site offer something special. (Book early at www.elbphilharmonie. de or on +49 (0)40 3576 6666). Kesselhaus

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Am Sandtorkai 30 (HafenCity) Tel. +49 (0)40 3690 1799 Tues.–Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., May to Sept. Thurs. until 8 p.m.

Guided tour of the Elbphilharmonie building site Hourly every Sunday from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Ticket hotline +49 (0)40 3576 6666

The International Building Exhibition (IBA Hamburg) At the heart of Hamburg lies Europe’s biggest river island: together with Veddel and Harburg’s inland port, 2013 will see Wilhelmsburg become a future lab. For the first time in Hanseatic history, an International Building Exhibition (IBA Hamburg) is being held here. Through over 60 projects, the IBA Hamburg gives fresh impetus – socially, technically and culturally – to the city of tomorrow, which will be brought to life in its presentation year 2013 with diverse exhibitions, guided tours and events. IBA DOCK Exhibition | Visitor Service | Cafe Am Zollhafen 12 | S Veddel www.iba-hamburg.de

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Some 20 office buildings have been constructed on the banks of the Elbe in Altona over the last few years – second only to HafenCity. The scenic trail along the river from Altona to Övelgönne takes you past some of these buildings, including the “Hanse-Gate”, the “Columbia Twins” and the “Elbkaihaus”. The real architectural jewel amongst all these pearls is Dockland, by Hamburg’s star architects Bothe, Richter, Teherani. Shaped like a ship’s prow, it offers a spectacular view of the Elbe from the top of a long set of stairs. Those who fancy a helicopter tour should contact Wasserthal. The helicopter company offers bird’s-eye views of the city, either following a fixed route or tailored to your specific wishes.

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 DELIGHTS While lovers of aesthetics might turn up their noses at traditional local dishes such as Labskaus (a hearty beef stew), the truth is that Hamburg has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other German city apart from Berlin and Munich, making it the perfect destination for a gourmet break. Here, we reveal Hamburg’s culinary delights – plus where to get a good drink in good company.

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CULINARY DELIGHTS Hamburg’s famous chefs

Cornelia Poletto In June 2011, Cornelia Poletto appeared with a new concept at a new location. After 20 years in Michelin-starred gastronomy, she decided to go for a mixture of casual dining and delicatessen. Her loyalty has, however, remained true to the district of Eppendorf, where both her deli and restaurant revolve around Mediterranean/Italian-style cuisine. Popular specialities such as Pollo alla Poletto and Spaghetti alla Genovese feature alongside daily specials on a clearly laid-out menu. The wine list offers a good selection of wines by the glass. Cornelia Poletto Eppendorfer Landstrasse 80 (Eppendorf) Tel. +49 (0)40 480 2159 Mon.–Sat. 11.30 a.m.–9 p.m. www.cornelia-poletto.de

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BULLEREI When TV chef Tim Mälzer and his manager Patrick Rüther were planning their new Bullerei restaurant, they considered all kinds of potential locations – a church in Eimsbüttel, the cellar of Hamburg’s town hall, one floor of a skyscraper – before deciding on the historic cattle market in the Schanzenviertel in 2009. The TV chef deliberately kept the concept simple: “We just want to serve good food.” And it works. The beautifully renovated rooms are packed to the rafters with young and young-at-heart gourmets.

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Experience the Far East up close in the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten, where the highlights of a varied and fascinating culture blend with the cool and stylish decor of an oriental restaurant. Doc Cheng’s is the name of the restaurant, whose Far Eastern furniture, trendy accessories and secrets of exotic cuisine entice guests into a foreign world.

Bullerei Lagerstrasse 34 b (Schanzenviertel) Tel. +49 (0)40 3344 2110 Deli Mon.–Sun. from 11 a.m., restaurant Mon.–Sun. from 6 p.m. www.bullerei.com

HENSSLER & HENSSLER/ ONO In their restaurant on the Elbe, Steffen Henssler and his father spoil the great and the good of Hamburg with Euro-Asian fish dishes. The friendly chef learnt his trade in California, amongst other places, and this is apparent in his highly successful menu; the amazing crunchy roll, for example, packs a punch that no Japanese chef would be able to match. The Michelin-starred chef also runs his own cosy little sushi temple, the Ono in Eppendorf, with a large summer terrace overlooking the Isebek canal. Henssler & Henssler Restaurant Sushibar

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Neuer Jungfernstieg 9–14, 20354 Hamburg Tel. +49 (0)40 349 4333 www.fairmont-hvj.de/docchengs

Ono

Grosse Elbstrasse 160 (Altona) Lehmweg 17 (Eppendorf) Tel. +49 (0)40 3869 9000 Tel. +49 (0)40 8817 1842 Opening hours Mon.–Sat. 12–3 p.m., 6–11.30 p.m. Mon.–Sat. 12–3 p.m., 6–11 p.m. www.hensslerhenssler.de www.onobysteffenhenssler.de

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SEVEN SEAS AND GOURMETTERRASSEN Hamburg may not have many hills, but one, the Süllberg in the chic Blankenese district, is the stuff of culinary legend. Here, Michelin-starred chef Karlheinz Hauser presides over a hotel and various restaurants such as the Gourmetterrassen, the exclusive version of the popular Süllbergterrassen. In summer, you can sit beneath the old trees and enjoy a Riviera-like view of old fishermen’s and seafarers’ cottages, new villas and spectacular mansions hugging the hillside, while huge cruise ships and tankers sail up and down the Elbe below. Just a few steps further uphill and you’ll be a few steps closer to gastronomic heaven, where you’ll be able to enjoy Hauser’s exquisite haute cuisine at the Seven Seas restaurant.

Seven Seas in the KHH Süllberg Süllbergsterrasse 12 (Blankenese) Tel. +49 (0)40 866 2520 Wed.–Sun. 6.30–11 p.m., Sun. 11.30 a.m.–3 p.m. www.suellberg-hamburg.de

Other great restaurants on the Elbe ... Jacobs Restaurant in the Louis C. Jacob Hotel Thomas Martin keeps an eagle eye on the culinary proceedings at one of the city’s leading hotels. His honest, inspiring cooking has earned him a Michelin star. Elbchaussee 401–403 (Nienstedten), Tel. +49 (0)40 8225 5407, Wed.–Sun. 12.30–2 p.m. and 7–9.30 p.m. (kitchen) www.hotel-jacob.de

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River Grill

This centrally located branch of Jacob’s on Elbchaussee is a formidably stylish bistro serving north German cuisine with French influences. Am Kaiserkai 69 (HafenCity), Tel. +49 (0)40 3003 22400 Mon.–Fri. 12–2.30 p.m. and 6–11 p.m., Sat.–Sun. 12–11 p.m. Bistro Mon.–Sun. 12–11.30 p.m. www.carls-brasserie.de

Freshly caught fish and outstanding cuts of meat in fine surroundings with an impressive view of the harbour opposite. Neumühlen 17 (Ottensen), Tel. +49 (0)40 6008 0990, Mon.–Fri. 11.30 a.m.–2.30 p.m., 5.30–10.30 p.m., Sat.–Sun. 11.30 a.m.–10.30 p.m. www.river-grill.de

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LE CANARD NOUVEAU This restaurant on Elbchaussee first came to fame under Josef Viehhauser. When he retired, it remained empty for a while until Ali Güngörmüs took over in 2005, when he was in his late twenties. Adding the word “nouveau” to lend the name an extra touch of elegance, he restored it to its former glory as a popular gourmet establishment with a fantastic view of the Elbe and the harbour. Just one year later, he was awarded a Michelin star. His secret? Smart but not overly formal, timeless but by no means boring, fresh and modern with an oriental touch. Le Canard Nouveau Elbchaussee 139 (Ottensen) Tel. +49 (0)40 8812 9532 Tues.–Sat. 12–2.30 p.m. and 6.30–10.30 p.m. www.lecanard-hamburg.de Ali Güngörmüs earned his reputation years ago in Munich’s Tantris restaurant

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Le Ciel

Overlooking the harbour and the Elbphilharmonie, those dining at Coast can feast on typical East Asian dishes and special sushi creations while watching the sun go down. A spectacular roof complete with an opening glass facade also houses Sansibar Wine – a branch of the legendary Sansibar Sylt. Grosser Grasbrook 14 (HafenCity), Mon.–Sun. from 11.30 a.m. www.coast-hamburg.de

Ambitious, Hanseatic cuisine, surpassed only by the view of the Alster from the 9th storey of the Le Royal Méridien Hotel. An der Alster 52–56 (St. Georg), Tel. +49 (0)40 2100 1070, Mon.–Sun. 6.30–10.30 a.m., 12–2.30 p.m. and 6–11 p.m. www.leciel.de

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Haerlin in the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Outstanding haute cuisine by Michelin-starred chef Christoph Rüffer in a stylish room with an unobstructed view of the Binnenalster. Neuer Jungfernstieg 9–14 (Neustadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 3494 3310 Tues.–Sat. 6.30–9.30 p.m. www.restaurant-haerlin.de


CULINARY DELIGHTS SETTING THE TREND

Hafen-Spezerei Besides fine liqueurs and brandies, choice vinegars and oils, the Hafen-Spezerei offers a wide assortment of fine delicacies – from honey made in the biggest contiguous fruit-producing region in Central Europe, Altes Land, to Scandinavian liquorice. International delicacies from local producers. Hafen-Spezerei Überseeboulevard 2 (HafenCity) Tel. +49 (0)40 2418 4930 Mon.–Sat. 10 a.m.–7 p.m. www.hafen-spezerei.de

Tschebull This pleasantly quiet and centrally located restaurant in the Levantehaus dishes up fresh and tasty meals – with a clear hint of Austria: for example, semolina dumpling soup in boiled beef broth, authentic Viennese goulash and apricot strudel. In 2012, Tschebull was awarded the much-coveted “Bib Gourmand” by the Michelin Guide for offering good food at a reasonable price. Tschebull

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Mönckebergstrasse 7 (Altstadt), Tel. +49 (0)40 3296 4796 Mon.–Sat. 12–10 p.m. www.tschebull.de

Cave Bar The brick vault of the former water tower and namesake of the Mövenpick Hotel bar offers an exceptionally cosy atmosphere. Here, skilled bartenders mix creative and classic concoctions. The bar menu also offers a wide selection of exclusive meals and snacks. Cave Bar

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Chezfou Every paper napkin is perfectly folded, the interior decor is simple, but by no means cold, with huge hanging lights and leather-covered benches. The metallic counter appears almost futuristic in front of the wall of bottles. Restaurateur Milenko Gravilovic serves French-inspired haute cuisine in his new restaurant. And thanks to the adjoining wine bar, a seemingly never-ending selection of wines by the glass. Chezfou Leverkusenstrasse 54 (Bahrenfeld) Tel. +49 (0)40 8830 2203 Tues.–Sat. 11.30 a.m.–1 p.m. www.chezfou.de

Die Bank

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Kobe

This former bank is a Mecca for discerning gourmets. Michelin-starred chef Thomas Fischer serves beautifully prepared fish specialities. Hohe Bleichen 17 (Neustadt), Tel. +49 (0)40 238 0030, Mon.–Sat. 11.30 a.m.–11 p.m. (kitchen) www.diebank-brasserie.de

High-quality Euro-Asian fusion cuisine is served in the fine, almost sophisticated ambience of the restaurant. Equally fine is the first-class wine list. Simon-von-Utrecht-Strasse 31 (St. Pauli), Tel. +49 (0)40 309 933, Mon.–Fri. 12–3 p.m., Sun.–Wed. 6–11 p.m., Thurs.–Sat. 6 p.m.–midnight www.east-hamburg.de

This restaurant specialises in premium and exclusive Wagyu Kobe fillet of beef steaks, but also offers fine steaks from other animals. Schmilinskystrasse 19 (St. Georg), Tel. +49 (0)40 246 083, Mon.–Sat. from 5 p.m. www.restaurant-kobe.de

Piment Traditional French cuisine with clear Moroccan influences: Wahabi Nouri serves culinary perfection in his small family run restaurant at the heart of Eppendorf. Lehmweg 29 (Eppendorf), Tel. +49 (0)40 4293 7788, Mon.–Sat. 7–10.30 p.m. www.restaurant-piment.de

Prinz Frederik in the Abtei Hotel Michelin-starred chef Jochen Kempf injects real excitement into the haute cuisine served at this elegant villa near the Aussenalster. Abteistrasse 14 (Harvestehude), Tel. +49 (0)40 442 905, Tues.–Sat. from 6 p.m. www.abtei-hotel.de

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Lokal1 Restaurant and deli: Robert Wullkopf and Hagen Schäfer impress visitors to Lokal1 with their exquisite food, local produce and relaxed atmosphere. Kampstrasse 25–27 (Sternschanze), Tel. +49 (0)40 4922 2266, Tues.–Sat. 12–2.30 and from 6 p.m. www.lokal1.com


CULINARY DELIGHTS BARS & CLUBS

Alpha Nobel Ice Bar (IndoChine) Minus five degrees Celsius, clever lighting, beautifully chiselled ice sculptures and a vodka on the rocks: Hamburg doesn’t get much cooler than this (entrance fee to the stylish ice bar includes protective clothing).

Neumühlen 11 (Neumühlen), Tel. +49 (0)40 3980 7880 Sun.–Thurs. 5 p.m.–midnight, Fri.–Sat. 7 p.m.–midnight www.indochine.de

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A popular club in a design hotel in St. Pauli, open to members and their guests and featuring a distinguished DJ line-up. Simon-von-UtrechtStrasse 31 (St. Pauli), Fri.– Sat. from 11 p.m., apply to become a member at www.east-hamburg.de/ de/uppereastanmeldung. html

Das Privileg Established members’ club in the Levantehaus shopping arcade, complete with its own impressive aquarium. Those not wanting to become a member right away can get accredited for a guest list on the home page. Mönckebergstrasse 7 (Altstadt), Tel. +49 (0)40 3008 7097, Fri.–Sat. from 10 p.m. www.club-dance.de

Bar DaCaio

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In the George Hotel – a mixture of elegant, oldfashioned British style with a modern twist plus an attractive cocktail menu and a wide range of whiskies. During the summer, drinks are also served in the Campari Lounge on the hotel roof. Barcastrasse 3 (St. Georg) Tel. +49 (0)40 28003 01810 Mon.–Sun. 10 a.m.–1 p.m. www.thegeorge-hotel.de

An elegant bar that’s something of an institution in St. Georg. Rautenbergstrasse 6–8 (St. Georg) Tel. +49 (0)40 2805 4880 www.barhamburg.com

St. Pauli bar with lots to offer – 200 cocktails expertly mixed. Pinnasberg 60 (AltonaAltstadt), Tel. +49 (0)40 317 2863, Mon.–Thurs. 8 p.m.– 3 a.m., Fri. 8 p.m.–4 a.m., Sat. 8 p.m.–5.30 a.m. www.christiansens.de

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A tastefully decorated location overlooking the Alster. Ballindamm 14–15 (Altstadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 3252 6060 Mon.–Sat. from 4 p.m., Sun. from 6 p.m. www. Moevenpickhotels.com/de/hamburgcave-bar

Bar Le Ciel In Le Royal Méridien Hotel – head barman Axel Herz serves extravagant molecular cocktails overlooking the Alster. An der Alster 52–56 (St. Georg), Tel. +49 (0)40 2100 1070, Mon.–Sun. 10 a.m.–2 a.m. www.leciel.de

Ciu’ die Bar A tastefully decorated location overlooking the Alster. Ballindamm 14–15 (Altstadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 3252 6060 Mon.–Sat. from 4 p.m., Sun. from 6 p.m.

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Stylish club for stylish people, near the Alster. Holzdamm 61 (St. Georg), Fri.–Sat. from 11 p.m., Tel. +49 (0)40 8510 3532 www.goldencut.org

Cocktail bar in the Empire Riverside Hotel with a sensational view of the harbour and St. Pauli. Bernhard-Nocht-Strasse 97 (St. Pauli) Tel. +49 (0)40 31119 70470 Fri.–Sat. 6 p.m.–3 a.m., Sun.–Thurs. 6 p.m.–2 a.m. www.empire-riverside.de

Small, exclusive bar with a relaxed atmosphere. (booking recommended) Rathausstrasse 3 (Altstadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 3347 53780 Mon.–Sat. 8 p.m.–3 a.m., closed on Mondays during the summer www.lelion.net

Tower Bar On the top floor of Hafen Hamburg Hotel – with a fantastic view of the Elbe and the harbour. Be sure to book if you want one of the popular window seats. Seewartenstrasse 9 (St. Pauli), Tel. +49 (0)40 31113 70450, Mon.–Sun. 6 p.m.–2 a.m. www.hotel-hafenhamburg.de

Die Bucht Idyllic location, stylish design, delicious cocktails: plus a great view of the canal from the outside deck of the bar in the middle of the Stadtpark (city park). Südring 46 (Winterhude), Tel. +49 (0)40 6505 6331, Mon.–Fri. from 12 noon, Sat.–Sun. from 10 a.m. www.die-bucht-hamburg.de

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Madison Hotel The Madison Hotel Hamburg is centrally located in Hamburg’s old town between St. Michaelis Church, the Cap San Diego on the banks of the Elbe and the Speicherstadt warehouse district. Most of the city’s sightseeing attractions – from HafenCity to the shopping arcades – are within easy walking distance. For destinations further afield, the U-Bahn station Baumwall is just a few minutes’ walk. Madison Hotel

Louis C. Jacob Hotel Enjoy sweeping views over the River Elbe and soak up the special atmosphere of a cruise ship hotel in the Louis C. Jacob. Here, cruise liners and giant container ships from all over the world are within easy reach. The 85 timelessly elegant rooms and suites, the private charm of a Hanseatic merchant’s house and the distinct passion for art and culture make this Hamburg institution a unique gem in the German hotel industry. Jacobs Restaurant has been a popular culinary hotspot for years – having received many awards for his culinary skills, chef Thomas Martin has been regarded as Hamburg’s best chef for the past nine years. Louis C. Jacob Hotel Elbchaussee 401–403 (Nienstedten), Tel. +49 (0)40 822 550 www.hotel-jacob.de

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Michel is situated in a quiet, but central location in Hamburg’s Neustadt district. The culinary variety of Grossneumarkt, St. Michaelis Church, the Landungsbrücken and the Reeperbahn are just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel. Neuer Steinweg 26, 20459 Hamburg Tel. +49 (0)40 226 3500 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/adina

EAST Hotel A dream retreat at the heart of Hamburg’s bustling entertainment mile and within walking distance of musicals, theatre and nightlife. The U-Bahn station St. Pauli, just a few hundred metres down the road, offers quick and easy access to the city centre. Simon-von-Utrecht-Str. 31, 20359 Hamburg Tel. +49 (0)40 309 930 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/east

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This former coal store of a gas plant has been converted into an attractive, aesthetically pleasing hotel complex. Beim Alten Gaswerk 3 (Bahrenfeld), Tel. +49 (0)40 890 620 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/ gastwerk

ARCOTEL Onyx Right on the Reeperbahn and adjoining the “Dancing Towers” architectural project is the new non-smoking ARCOTEL Onyx Hamburg, an extraordinary, exclusive hotel in the hip and lively district of St. Pauli. Reeperbahn 1 A, 20359 Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)40 209 4090 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/onyx

Scandic Hamburg Emporio Besides Scandinavian hospitality, great emphasis is placed on the highest environmental standards and the well-being of guests – the hotel also offers unlimited disabled access. Dammtorwall 19, 20355 Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)40 432 1870 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/scandic


25hours Hotel HafenCity The 25hours Hotel offers travellers from all over the world a pleasant retreat down by the harbour. Guest bunks feature seafaring elements and anecdotal accessories spin adventurous sailors’ yarns. Guests gather in the hotel’s Heimat restaurant, which is like a living room and meeting place for all. The kitchen serves simple, exquisite dishes made from local ingredients. Good company can also be found in the Club Floor, which houses a large collection of vinyl records and record players. Those looking to relax should make use of the hotel’s own Harbour Sauna, overlooking HafenCity with an exit onto the roof terrace. 25hours Hotel HafenCity Überseeallee 5 (HafenCity) Tel. +49 (0)40 257 7770 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/25hafencity

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Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten The Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten is the perfect example of a grand European hotel and offers an experience rich in spectacular historic charm and international lifestyle trends. All 156 of the hotel’s rooms and suites are newly renovated in an incredibly young and detailed style and equipped with the latest technology. Guests can expect top international cuisine in Hamburg. Exquisite restaurants such as the twice Michelin-starred Haerlin Restaurant serve a wide selection of choice food and beverages to suit all palates. The Vier Jahreszeiten Catering Service completes the range of culinary offers. Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten

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Neuer Jungfernstieg 9–14, 20354 Hamburg Tel. +49 (0)40 34940 www.fairmont-hvj.de

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Mövenpick Hotel Hamburg Splashing water and the distant sound of a fog horn welcome guests to the underground entrance of the Mövenpick Hotel Hamburg. Respect is paid to the history of the hotel, whose striking brick tower was used to supply water to Hamburg’s Schanzenviertel up until 1956. Today, it houses 226 modern non-smoking rooms and suites, the Mövenpick Hotel Restaurant offering international cuisine and Swiss specialities as well as the Cave Bar in the historic brick vault. A stylish gym and sauna encourage guests to work out and relax. Mövenpick Hotel Hamburg

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Sternschanze 6, 20357 Hamburg Tel. +49 (0)40 334 4110 www.moevenpick-hotels.com/hamburg

In The George in the district of St. Georg on the Alster, modern flair meets inter-cultural influences reminiscent of colonial times. Hotelier Kai Hollmann knows how to impress his guests in true British style, with an English garden, a library, a roof terrace overlooking the Alster, a Moroccan spa, unusual furniture and positively extravagant wallpapers. The George Hamburg

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Barcastrasse 3 (St. Georg) Tel. +49 (0)40 280 0300 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/ thegeorge

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Radisson Blu Hotel

An impressive, centrally located hotel on the canal with its own restaurant and bistro. Heiligengeistbrücke 4 (Neustadt), Tel. +49 (0)40 368 060 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/ steigenberger

A design hotel with a striking waveshaped facade and outside glass lift. An der Alster 52–56 (St. Georg) Tel. +49 (0)40 21000 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/ lemeridien

The city’s tallest hotel, at 27 storeys. Marseiller Strasse 2 (St. Pauli), Tel. +49 (0)40 35020 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/ radissonblu

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Hotel Atlantic Kempinski

Total luxury in a city centre design hotel. Drehbahn 49 (Neustadt), Tel. +49 (0)40 309 990 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/side

A beautiful and venerable old hotel on the Alster. An der Alster 72–79 (St. Georg), Tel. +49 (0)40 28880 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/atlantic

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Located in the heart of Hamburg’s trendy St. Georg district is the design hotel ARCOTEL Rubin Hamburg. Steindamm 63, 20099 Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)40 241 9290 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/rubin


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Situated in Hamburg’s Hohenfelde district, the Novotel Hamburg Alster boasts its own “Thyme” restaurant, offering Mediterranean and regional cuisine, and “Alster Lounge” bar. Lübecker Str. 3, 22087 Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)40 391 900 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/ novotel-alster

Barceló Hamburg The Barceló Hamburg is situated in a quiet side street near the Binnenalster. The hotel is ideally located at the heart of Jungfernstieg, the shopping mile Mönckebergstrasse and Hamburg’s main railway station. Ferdinandstrasse 15, 20095 Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)40 226 3620 www.hamburg-tourismus.de/barcelo

Grand Elysée Hanseatic charm, a contemporary design and attentive staff characterise the five-star private hotel Grand Elysée Hamburg. Close to the Alster and the Planten un Blomen Park, this hotel is ideally situated in a quiet yet central location in the middle of Hamburg. Its four restaurants and Boulevard Café offer an impressively wide variety of culinary delights and invite visitors to sit back and relax. A hotel highlight is the Elyseum, the exclusive health, spa and beauty oasis. Across more than 1,000 sq m, guests can relax in the steam bath, sauna and pool or on the beautifully landscaped outdoor terrace. Grand Elysée

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No other major city in Germany is so close to the sea as Hamburg – in fact it’s within easy reach of TWO. No wonder excursions from the city often end up being on the water.

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SYLT For the Hamburg natives, a trip to the North Sea island of Sylt is a must – and not just because of its fabulous beaches, fresh air and spectacular sea views, but also because of the “Sansibar”. It is also a good place for spotting interesting and famous faces: Herbert Seckler always keeps a few seats free in his famous beachside restaurant in case VIPs decide to drop by. Although there’s room for hundreds of guests, it’s always busy, so book early if you don’t want to be left standing outside. Alternatively, try your luck in Hamburg’s Sansibar Wine in HafenCity ... But Sylt has much more to offer: once you get away from the tourist hotspots and stroll across the Wadden Sea or the dunes, the island’s lovely landscapes will start to work their magic and ease your cares away. Sansibar Restaurant Hörnumer Strasse 80, 25980 Sylt-Rantum, Tel. +49 (0)4651 964 646 Opening hours Mon.–Sun. from 10.30 a.m. Phone bookings ONLY, from 12.30 p.m. www.sansibar.de

Sansibar Wine – Hamburg Grosser Grasbrook 14 (HafenCity), Tel. +49 (0)40 3099 3230 Opening hours Sun.–Wed. 11.30 a.m.–11 p.m., Thurs.–Sat. 11.30 a.m.–midnight www.sansibar-wine.de

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TRAVEMÜNDE The Baltic resort of Travemünde is the grande dame of the north. As early as the mid 19th century, celebrities and the nobility flocked here from all over Europe, and Dostoyevsky, Turgenev and Gogol frittered their money away in the casino. More recently, Aristotle Onassis and Austrian actor Curd Jürgens both lost substantial amounts of money on the roulette table. Today, croupiers in the renovated art nouveau building still say “Rien ne va plus!” and guests still sip drinks in the bar overlooking the sea. Once a rather raunchy nightclub, the La Belle Epoque restaurant in the five-star Columbia Hotel next door is now a gourmet restaurant run by renowned Michelin-starred chef Kevin Fehling. Besides fine dining and gambling, Travemünde has unlimited quantities of fresh sea air and a wonderful beach. Columbia Hotel Casino Travemünde Kaiserallee 2 23570 Lübeck-Travemünde Tel. +49 (0)4502 3080 www.columbia-hotels.com

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TIMMENDORFER STRAND The swanky Baltic seaside resort of Timmendorfer Strand, in the Bay of Lübeck, makes a good excursion from Hamburg. It has a scenic promenade, high-class boutiques, hip beach clubs and a well-tended 36-hole golf course at the Seeschlösschen Hotel, where they say golfing in the sea air strengthens the immune system. The chic club has two courses to suit different levels, with experts preferring the northern one. Tip: charter a sailing or motor yacht for a tour of the Baltic. www.ostsee-charter-yacht.de Golfanlage Seeschlösschen Timmendorfer Strand Am Golfplatz 3 23669 Timmendorfer Strand www.gc-timmendorf.de www.timmendorfer-strand.de

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GROSSENSEE/ LÜTJENSEE The chain of scenic lakes to the north-east of Hamburg is easily reachable via the A1 autobahn. The Hoisdorf golf club nestles neatly in the Schleswig-Holstein countryside between the Grossensee and the Lütjensee (lütjen is Low German for small), and the Fischerklause Lütjensee restaurant offers the perfect place to relax after a round. Restaurateurs Claudia and Gerhard Retter acquired the club and carefully modernised it, paying great attention to detail. Guests at this idyllic lakeside country house can savour fine local cuisine with a strong emphasis on fish and fusion.

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Golf-Club Hoisdorf Golfplatz Bornbek 22952 Lütjensee Tel. +49 (0)4107 7831 www.gc-hoisdorf.com

Pianist and conductor Professor Justus Frantz founded this classical music festival in the mid 1980s, using a series of castles, barns, farmhouses and country homes as his venues. It soon achieved international acclaim and now features over a hundred summer concerts by various stars and big names in Hamburg and throughout Schleswig-Holstein.

Fischerklause Lütjensee Am See 1 22952 Lütjensee Tel. +49 (0)4154 792 200 Fri.–Wed. from 11.30 a.m. www.fischerklause-luetjensee.de Tip: Those needing a golf fix, but not wanting to leave Hamburg, should try the Falkenstein golf club in Rissen on the western edge of the city, which has been going strong since 1906.

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Hamburger Golf-Club e.V. In de Bargen 59 (Rissen) Tel. +49 (0)40 812 177 www.golfclub-falkenstein.de

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During the Middle Ages, events in northern Germany were dominated by the HANSEATIC LEAGUE. This federation of guilds and cities banded together to provide mutual aid and protect economic interests. There are three other Hanseatic cities within easy reach of Hamburg. The biggest and undoubtedly most important of these cities in

Christmas market in Lüneburg’s historic old town

Schwerin Castle was the seat of the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin until 1918

After the league declined, it faded into relative obscurity, but its ancient brick-built town centre survived the Second World War almost unscathed.

SCHWERIN to the east of Hamburg, by the great Lake Schwerin, is a beautiful old ducal residence, now the state capital of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania: its magnificent castle was described by former German President Richard von Weizsäcker as Germany’s most beautiful state parliament. Regular tours of the castle are held all year round. For a quieter and more tranquil day out from Hamburg, try FRIEDRICHSTADT in Schleswig-Holstein with its Dutch architecture and culture, complete with canals, old merchants’ houses and tiny alleyways. It is particularly enchanting in summer, when front gardens are abloom with roses.

The HANSEATIC TOWN of WISMAR lies on a sheltered bay in the Baltic, where it has maintained its authentic medieval harbour. Here, visitors The Holstentor in Lübeck dates from 1478 are given a wonderful insight into the heart of a a medieval the Middle Ages was LÜBECK, an maritime trading centre. In 2002, important medieval trading port Wismar and Stralsund were with numerous historic buildings. named UNESCO World Heritage Known as the “City of the Seven Sites. Spires”, it also has many well-preserved and important merchants’ houses, such as the Buddenbrookhaus, now home to the Heinrich and Thomas Mann Centre. At that time, the most important commodity in LÜNEBURG was salt. The town had a monopoly on this “white gold” in northern Germany and soon became a wealthy and important member of the Hanseatic League.

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Apples in the orchard of the north, the Altes Land (left) The romantic Dithmarscher Eiderwatt nature reserve

ALTES LAND The name Altes Land, the picturesque area of marshland downstream from Hamburg, means “old land”. However, it actually has nothing to do with being “old” (despite still being called Olland in Low German), but is a reference to its colonisation by Dutch settlers. The region is dotted with fruit plantations and well-preserved old half-timbered houses, and traversed by dykes and rivers such as the Este, Schwinge and Lühe. It is at its best in spring, when the apple and cherry orchards burst into bloom. Despite feeling rural, some areas actually form part of the city of Hamburg.

WADDEN SEA Together with Australia’s Great Barrier Reef and other intact and well-protected features of great natural importance, the Wadden Sea has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The spa resort of St. Peter-Ording makes a good base to explore the Schleswig-Holstein section of the Wadden Sea, which is also a national park. The village has miles of sandy beach, salt meadows, dunes, woodlands and a healthy North Sea climate. Expect to find nature at its best on the island of Neuwerk, too. Despite being around 100 km from Hamburg’s centre, the island is still part of the Hanseatic city. Together with the even smaller islands of Scharhörn and Nigehörn, it forms a bird sanctuary in the Wadden Sea National Park. Tip: A high-speed catamaran ride from Hamburg over the Elbe and the North Sea to the island of Helgoland is also worth the experience.

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Enjoy brunch as you elegantly glide along the Elbe on the impressive Mare Frisium three-masted sailing vessel. March to December Sundays 11 a.m.–3 p.m. www.nordevent-shop.de

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Ferries Rent the historic MS Kirchdorf or a brand-new water taxi for a trip along the Elbe. Elbe-Erlebnistörns Bei den St. Pauli Landungsbrücken, Brücke 2 (St. Pauli), Tel. +49 (0)40 219 4627 www.elbe-erlebnistoerns.de

No engine, just a gondolier propelling you gently along Hamburg’s canals. Bootsvermietung Dornheim Kaemmererufer 25 (Winterhude), Tel. +49 (0)40 279 4184 www.bootsvermietungdornheim.de

RIB powerboats Nerve-racking high-speed rides on the Elbe. SRIB Piraten Hamburg, Tel. +49 (0)172 271 4004 www.rib-piraten.de

A unique meeting and event venue, complete with advanced lighting technology: a pontoon on the Mittelkanal in City Süd. Tel. +49 (0)40 2363 8711 www.kai10.de

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Cookery courses Individual courses for eight to twelve people with celebrity chef Heinz O. Wehmann, held at the famous Landhaus Scherrer restaurant on Elbchaussee. Landhaus Scherrer Elbchaussee 130 (Ottensen) Tel. +49 (0)40 8830 70030 www.landhausscherrer.de

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Private cinema with 20 red plush seats in the inner courtyard and bar attached. Jungfernstieg 38 (Neustadt) Tel. +49 (0)40 3499 4866 www.streits-lounge.de

Enjoy the peace and quiet as you float high above Hamburg. Tel. +49 (0)40 232 512 www.ballonteamhamburg.de or +49 (0)4187 7899 www.hanseballon.de

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German Tennis Championships in Hamburg: the sporting elite gather in Rotherbaum for the most important German tennis tournament. Hallerstrasse (Rotherbaum) Tel. +49 (0)40 2388 04444 www.bet-at-home-open.com

A bird’s-eye view of Hamburg for up to three people, or try your hand as a pilot. CityCopter, Tel. +49 (0)40 4719 5770 www.citycopter.de

Golf Lounge Europe’s most modern, inner-city golf course, right on the Alster. Billwerder Neuer Deich 40 (Rothenburgsort) Tel. +49 (0)40 8197 8790 www.golflounge.de

Zinos Helicopter Lounge Gourmet dining in the city’s smallest and most mobile restaurant – a helicopter. Tel. +49 (0)40 2190 1910 www.zino.events.de

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