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Alstertal

Hike, cycle or paddle through Hamburg’s green Alstertal for hours, undisturbed by traffic and the city bustle. From Ohlsdorf to the Mellingburger Schleuse and Alten Mühle, the nature reserves Hainesch Land and Rodenbeker Quellental beckon.

By bike through the Alstertal Wandern im Alstertal

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Bergedorf
Bergedorf is the district with the only remaining castle in the Hanseatic city. AND that’s where the sun rises first in Hamburg. Bergedorf is situated picturesquely in the middle of green countryside. It also beckons you to discover the neighbouring Vier- und Marschlande by bike.

Information about Bergedorf Sightseeing Bergedorf Pictures of Bergedorf

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Eimsbüttel
The former working-class district has developed into one of the most attractive residential areas in Hamburg. In addition to the long-established residents, many families, young people (students), but also the so-called middle class, are looking for living space here. In addition to its lively centre, the district offers enough space to relax in several beautiful parks and along the Isebek River. Only 10 minutes by underground or car away from the hustle and bustle in the city centre everyone will find what they are looking for – entertainment, recreation, relaxation, restaurants, shopping.

Sehenswertes Eimsbüttel

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Eppendorf
Typical of chic Eppendorf are the beautiful Art Nouveau architecture, the many parks and the proximity to the Alster. Noteworthy are, for example, the weekly market on Isestraße, the unusual boutiques, restaurants, cafés and the St. Johannis wedding church.

Sehenswertes Eppendorf

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Neustadt
Hamburg-Neustadt – there is music in it: there is no other district in HH that is peppered with so many musical highlights as Neustadt. Be it Brahms or C. P. E. Bach or…., There are many passages that are connected with music. Last but not least, the Laeiszhalle – the music hall that is located in this district. So if you want to get to know something about the musical side of Hamburg, this is the right place. But there are also many other interesting and places worth seeing.
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Rotherbaum
A suburb built in the 19th century with villas, townhouses, multi-storey houses and terraced houses in the Wilhelminian style and Art Nouveau. The Grindelviertel was and is the centre of Jewish life in Hamburg, location of the university and student life. Known in the sports world as the former location of the HSV (football club) and since 1990 the venue for the international tennis championships in Germany.
Sightseeing Rotherbaum Das Grindelviertel

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Uhlenhorst
Uhlenhorst with its special location on the Alster, the “heart of Hamburg”, with the boulevard “Schöne Aussicht” and its white villas, the fairy pond, green spaces, the mosque, many canals and old town houses and various other sights is an attractive district. The city centre is only a 15-minute walk away. The district slowly emerged in the second half of the 19th century. The first large villas were located on the Schöne Aussicht “with access and gardens to the Alster. The “Uhlenhorster conditions” were developed, which prevented any type of business west of the Hofweg and the construction of apartment blocks so that interested parties could stay among themselves. One of the most beautiful places of worship is the neo-Gothic St. Gertrud Church on the Kuhmühlen pond. One of the oldest buildings here is today’s Literature House with its magnificent ballroom. There have been houseboats in the Eilbek Canal since 2008. With the “Alsterperle” and a few other restaurants there are nice places to linger directly at the water’s edge.

Sightseeing Uhlenhorst

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Wilhelmsburg
Wilhelmsburg is Hamburg’s largest district in terms of area. With the neighbouring districts of Veddel, Steinwerder and Kleiner Grasbrook, Wilhelmsburg is surrounded by the Norder- and Süderelbe (north and south branches of the river Elbe) in the south of Hamburg and together with them forms the Elbe island. Here you can experience the port directly by bike. More information and images Wilhelmsburg

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Winterhude

Winterhude is a lively, large district. At Mühlenkamp, the “Little Fifth Avenue”, there are cafes and shops for every need. The city park with its landmark, the planetarium, is of central importance. It is the largest amusement park in the city with a natural swimming pool and an open-air theatre. The outer Alster and the Alster bank with beautiful city villas are also part of the boundary. Sehenswertes Winterhude Weitere Informationen zu Winterhude