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Where the Beatles played
It is not far from St. Pauli to the El-bchaussee with its mansions, parks, and gardens that runs towards the former fishing village of Blanke-nese - the Naples of the north" -that can be explored up and down its many steps. Back in the city one can devote oneself to art since the area around the main station has five distinguished museums that are just as attractive as the diversity of galleries in the select Harveste-hude quarter and Poseldorf.
But Hamburg also has nooks and crannies and in parts of the city such as the Karoline quarter the image is quite different. Here one finds stores meeting a diverse assortment of sub-cultures, brash cafes, amid the multi-cultural neighborhood in which people from many nations live. The city in which the Beatles kick-started their career in the 1960s still fanatically cultivates a traditional openness towards the world.
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Hamburg's nightlife is world-famous and civic pride and passion for art have ensured that it has always been an attractive cultural city. Elegant and cosmopolitan, Hamburg is a city of palatial office buildings, magnificent promenades, international musicals and festivals, extravagant shopping malls and the famous Reeperbahn and St. Pauli. With an excellent infrastructure, world class hotels, itís an obvious choice for a visit. Feel at home, before you arrive, via these informative guide pages.
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Hamburg Hotels

Albert-Einstein-Ring 2
22761 Hamburg  (Bahrenfeld)
phone: 040 / 89 95 20
fax : 040 / 89 952 - 333 
Gästehaus Rowin
Achtern Styg 8
22549 Hamburg (Bahrenfeld)
phone: 040 / 8323617
NH Hotel Hamburg-Altona
Stresemannstr. 363-369
22761 Hamburg
phone: 040/4210 600 
fax.: 040/4210 60 100 
InterCity Hotel
Paul-Nevermann-Platz 17
22765 Hamburg
phone: 040/38 03 40
fax: 040/38 03 49 99
Hotel Garni Stephan
Schmarjestr. 31
22767 Hamburg
phone: 040 / 380 61 10
fax: 040 / 389 51 95
Hotel Am Baur's Park
Elbchaussee 573
22587 Hamburg
phone: 040 / 86 66 62-0
fax : 040  / 86 66 62-20

Hamburg Germany

Hamburg is best visited in spring or summer. A typical Hamburg visit includes a tour of the city hall and the grand church St. Michaelis (called the Michel), and visiting the old warehouse district (Speicherstadt) and the harbour promenade (Landungsbrücken). Sightseeing buses connect these points of interest. Of course, a visit in one of the world's largest harbours would be incomplete without having taken one of the harbour and/or canal boat tours (Große Hafenrundfahrt, Fleetfahrt) which start from the Landungsbrücken. Many visitors take a walk in the evening around the area of Reeperbahn, considered Europe's largest red light district and home of many theatres, bars and night clubs. It was in the Reeperbahn that The Beatles began their career with a three month residency at first the Indra Club (48 nights) and then the Kaiserkeller (58 nights) in 1960. Others prefer the laidback Schanze district with its street cafés or a barbecue on one of the beaches along the river Elbe. And not to forget: Hamburg's famous Hagenbeck's Tierpark (Zoo) with the great artificial rock and the first moated, barless enclosures ever to be built (1907). A friend of Hagenbeck's, the illustrator Heinrich Leutemann made some illustrations here. Quite common is a tour through Northern Germany with Hamburg as a starting point or stop-over.
However, most people visit Hamburg because of a specific interest, notably one of the musicals, a sports event, a congress or fair. Therefore, in 2005, the average visitor spent two nights in Hamburg. The majority of visitors come from Germany (80%); most foreigners are European, especially from the United Kingdom and Switzerland, and the largest group from outside Europe comes from the U.S. An interesting footnote is the high number of rich guests from the Arabian peninsula, who seek treatment in one of Hamburg's hospitals

Hamburg Germany

Hamburg's facilities range from the Kunsthalle Art Museum and the State Opera to music clubs on the Reeperbahn.
Hamburg boasts 31 theatres, 6 music halls, 10 cabarets and 50 state and private museums. Of the 4,000 restaurants, 2,400 offer foreign cuisine.
The banks of the Elbe and the Alster rivers are ideal for a stroll. The port sight-seeing trips are impressive and they offer a special perspective on the panorama of Hamburg.
Right in the heart of the city, there is a large lake: the Alster. A boat tour on the Alster ends up in the city centre, where you can go shopping or relax in a street café. And Hamburg's modern underground trains and buses will take you anywhere fast, for a small fare.
The area around Hamburg is especially delightful. The fruit-growing area of the "Altes Land" with its old farmhouses is especially suited for excursions by bus or on bicycle. The historic old towns of Stade and Luneburg can be reached in half an hour. And a trip to L¨beck or the beach on the Baltic Sea takes only one hour by car.

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Alster Arcades Hamburg Museum Elevated Port Railway
Alsterfleet Channel Main Railway Station Port City
Old River Elbe Tunnel Krameramtsstuben Wallanlagen Park
Outer Alster Lake Art Museum Großneumarkt Square
Inner Alster Lake and
Jungfernstieg Street
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St. Petri Church
Bismarck Monument Peterstraße Street Gänsemarkt Square
Cap San Diego Ship Planten un Blomen Park St. Nikolai Church
Chile House Town Hall Fleet Island
Colonnaden Street Reeperbahn St. Michaelis Church
Dammtor Railway Station Rickmer Rickmers Ship St. Katharinen Church
Deichstraße Street Storehouse City Dom Fun Fair
Deichtor Halls St. Jacobi Church
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