Hamburg city is known as Germany’s gateway to the world - and with good reason.Read More
The city contains Germany’s biggest port and a population of over 1.8 million, making Hamburg Germany’s second largest city.
As a well-established mecca for both domestic and international travellers of all kinds, there are a range of hotels in Hamburg City. Adina Apartment Hotels offers stylish hotel accommodation in the Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg Michel.
Hamburg is a city of diversity, contrast, and excitement.
For decades, this is where people who appreciate art, music, food, wine and history have flocked. Whether you are looking to admire over 700 years of art, architecture and history, you want to sample local Saxon dishes, or you’d just like to wander through one of the world’s most famous entertainment and red light districts, then Hamburg is your city.Read Less
Adina Apartment Hotel Hamburg Michel is situated just minutes from Hamburg’s landmark St Michaelis Church and close to the entertainment precinct - Reeperbahn – St Pauli. The hotel is close to public transport options.
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The Hamburger Hafen, often referred to as the 'gateway to the world', covers about 75km² and connects to some of the city’s major landmarks, such as the Landungsbrücken, the Old Elbe Tunnel and the Köhlbrandt bridge.
Hagenbeck's 100-year-old zoo is home to hundreds of animals in spacious outdoor environments, tropical centres, and water holes.
With its fresh seafood, exotic fruits, nuts, flowers, and teas from all over the world this market is a must for foodies.
This historic warehouse district is the world's largest warehouse complex, with some warehouses having now been converted into galleries and museums.
Europe's biggest planetarium comprises a near-perfect reproduction of the night sky and its stars projected onto the interior of a copper-domed roof.
One of the most famous streets in Germany, the Reeperbahn is lined with cafes, bars and restaurants; theatres, cabarets and clubs.
900 model trains, 200,000 miniature trees and people, and 300,000 lights inhabit seven sections depicting – Harz, Southern Germany, Hamburg and the Coast, Austria, America, Scandinavia and Switzerland.
Home to a huge variety of trees, plants, and flowers, the Planten un Bomen Park also has a large adventure playground.
A tour around the Hamburg Dungeons present interesting and sometimes gory facts about Viking pillaging, the devastation of the plague and more.
Opened in 1869, the Kunsthalle houses one of the most important art collections in Germany, including works by old and new masters like Manet, Liebermann, Friedrich and Munch.
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