Make the most of sightseeing
Hamburg is a cultural delight offering an array of museums, galleries, theatres, historical landmarks and attractions. In addition to sightseeing, this vibrant and cosmopolitan city offers stunning architecture, numerous recreational green spaces, varied shopping and delicious dining options.
Culture by day
To see the best of this city’s cultural attractions, start of with one of the country’s most important art collections at Hamburger Kunsthalle. For another approach to seeing the city, take one of the boat cruises along the extensive waterways and harbor area. To make the most of both worlds, use the boat trip as a hop on, hop off taxi service to maritime and cultural attractions, museums and exhibitions. Delve into the city’s darker side at Hamburg Dungeon, or satisfy your sweet tooth at the mouth-watering Hachez Chocoversum. Explore darkness with Dialogue in the Dark or visit the world in miniature at the magnificent interactive Miniatur Wunderland. The latter is home to the world’s largest model railway.
A bustling and vibrant night scene
As evening dims the city light, take in a classical concert at the iconic Laeiszhalle, or a musical performance at one of the 40 theatres spread over Hamburg, including The English Theatre. Hamburg is the world’s third greatest musical city next to London’s West End and New York’s Broadway. To discover the famous German nightlife scene that is internationally renowned, head to St. Pauli. The area is filled with cafes, bars and clubs to take you into the small hours of the morning.
Whether you are visiting the city on business for a short stop over or are visiting on a leisure break, make time to explore the city’s diversity. From the Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg Airport, you can take advantage of the convenience of being adjacent to the airport terminals and just 8km to downtown Hamburg, with excellent metro, rail and bus links.