Hamburg
Travel to Hamburg for world-class museums, wonderful art galleries, upbeat nightlife, excellent restaurants and first class shopping. Not to be missed during a holiday in Hamburg is a visit to the notorious Reeperbahn red-light district, a favourite haunt for tourists.

Direct Flights to Hamburg, Germany

Direct Flights to Hamburg, Germany
Germany’s second biggest city and boasting a beautiful waterside setting, the city of Hamburg is thriving. With an ever growing economy, thanks to reunification and expanding trade from Eastern Europe, Hamburg is becoming increasingly popular with tourists for its pretty harbour scenery, cosmopolitan lifestyle and of course its many attractions.

Getting to Hamburg is very easy with a big choice of airlines flying to this German city. Direct flights to Hamburg, Germany are available on German carrier Lufthansa as well as British Airways. EasyJet and Flybe are the main airlines operating low cost flights to Hamburg, Germany.

Cheap flights to Hamburg, Germany

With an interesting and harmonious blend of nationalities and the centre of the German Media Industry, Hamburg is in fact, Germany’s most wealthy city. With a whole host of attractions and of course it’s picturesque scenery, there really is plenty for visitors to see and do. Blessed with lakes, rivers and some glorious parks and green spaces, one of the best ways to see Hamburg is by boat where you can explore the many canals and waterways.

At the heart of Hamburg is the Alster Lake where you can hop on a cruise or stroll along the esplanades and relax over a drink or meal. Also worth a visit is the Port of Hamburg, one of the worlds biggest and busiest, where you can book a tour or go onboard the Rickmer Rickmers, a windjammer ship which has now been converted into a museum. Also located in the port is the famous Old Elbe Tunnel, a vast tunnel which goes under the Elbe River and connects Steinwerder Island by road and footpath.

Hamburg’s most important cultural attractions include the Kunsthalle, one of Germany’s premier art museums, the Museum of Hamburg History and the 17th Century St Michaelis church. Famous for honing the talents of the Liverpudlian band, The Beatles, Hamburg’s Reeperbahn is full of music venues as well as being a notorious red light district. Much of Hamburg’s nightlife is based here with bars, clubs and of course the infamous strip joints.

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Hamburg Climate

Hamburg Climate
Hamburg is a fairly wet and windy city, prevailing westerly winds blowing in moist air from the North Sea. Summers are warm but rainy, with occasional brief dry, sunny spells. Winters are cold, sometimes chilling to 28ºF (-2ºC) or below in January, the coldest month, when the Elbe and lakes in the city centre have been known to freeze enough for ice-skating. Spring is very pleasant in Hamburg when the city's thousands of trees come into bloom with a new cloak of green, and days start to warm up after the dreary winter.