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Hotels in Hamburg

Hotels in Hamburg

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Key Info

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Currency & Cost

The currency used in Hamburg is the euro.

£10 = 3 pints of beer or 4 cappuccinos.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is German.

Local Time

1 hour ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

Hamburg has cold winters and mild summers, and the city is at its busiest between May and September. Travel to Hamburg in July or August for average temperatures of 17 degrees, or beat the crowds in the winter if you’re prepared to brave temperatures of around zero and possible snow.Art enthusiasts who want to catch the MS Artville festival should opt to visit Hamburg in July and August. During this time, the Wilhelmsburg area to the south of the centre is transformed into an outdoor gallery featuring all kinds of striking sculptures. In mid–late September, Hamburg hosts the Reeperbahn Festival, comprising 600 music and art events and conferences.
Hamburg offers a range of different accommodation options for every traveller. For luxury accommodation, head to the area around Graskeller street on the edge of Alstadt. If you’re travelling on a budget, you can find cheaper hotels and hostels conveniently located near Hamburg’s central station.If you love to get a bit of retail therapy, make sure you base yourself near Jungfernstieg, the street that connects the old and the new towns. On this popular shopping district, you’ll find the Alsterhaus, a huge department store that sells everything from perfume and clothes to furniture and food.By booking accommodation in the centre of Hamburg, you’ll be well placed to admire its varied and impressive architecture. From the Rathaus government building in Alstadt to the glass Elbphilharmonie concert hall situated on the waterfront to the south of the centre, there is plenty to take in.The St Pauli district offers a number of bars and nightclubs that are packed with locals and tourists when night falls. The street of Reeperbahn in particular is a great place to let your hair down, so hotels in this area are ideal for young couples and groups of friends. If nightclubbing isn’t your thing, there are also plenty of theatres and cinemas in this area.If you’re travelling with children, you may want to make a trip to the Tierpark Hagenbeck zoo. This is north-west of the City Centre, in the Stellingen district. You’ll find a range of reasonably priced accommodation options clustered around Kieler Str.

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