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The Essential Guide to Hamburg

Formerly known as the “Gateway to the World” for its historic harbor, coastal location, and prominent role in the Hanseatic League, Hamburg is Germany’s second-largest city and generally regarded as one of its finest. In addition to an alluring maritime atmosphere, it offers trendy districts like the Schanzenviertel and St. Pauli and natural highlights like the Planten un Blomen botanical gardens and sparkling Alster Lakes, plus impressive architecture, top-notch restaurants, and famously vibrant nightlife.
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Große Elbstraße 5, 22767 Hamburg, Germany
A trip to Hamburg isn’t complete until you’ve visited the Sunday fish market. In operation since 1703, the Fischmarkt offers fish in abundant diversity, from fresh to smoked to pickled, as well as a wealth of flowers, fruits and...
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Fischmarkt 4 a-c, 22767 Hamburg, Germany
This traditional restaurant is one of the city’s more charming spots to enjoy classic German seafood. Decorated like a cozy inn, the space features wooden walls and beams, ocean-themed paintings, blue linens, and a special table situated in...
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Große Elbstraße 160, 22767 Hamburg, Germany
German celebrity chef Steffen Henssler has run this stylish restaurant with his father since 2004, alongside other popular local spots like Le Délice, Petit Délice, and Zeik. Here, he focuses on the intersection of California and...