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The Jungfernstieg on a hot summer day with part of the Alster on the left.
Cafés, Restaurants, Outdoor

The Alex at the Jungfernstieg is a magnet for tourism for a good reason and is definitely worth a visit. With a great view on the Binnenalster you can enjoy a summer day and relax with a welcoming atmosphere away from the nearby hustle and bustle of the hectic city life.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

2,2 km away
The Alster Arcades in Hamburg. The Alsterfleet and the white round arches can be seen.
Shopping Miles

The Alster Arcades are one of the oldest shopping areas in Hamburg. The Venetian flair, the white round arches and the terrace directly on the Alsterfleet make the shopping experience very special. The small restaurants, cafés and shops are exclusive, as is the view of the Rathausmarkt.

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2,4 km away
A pair of lovers strolling down the street with shopping bags and various shops with shop windows can be seen in the background.
Passages & Stores

The Alsterhaus, located close to the Binnenalster is the highlight for every shopping spree in the city. Exclusive fashion on more than 24.000 square meters as well als confectionery stores, beauty lounges and delicacy stores will let every shopping enthusiast´s hearts beat a little faster!

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

2,0 km away
A summer apple plantage with bright red apples
Altes Land - Cycle route

Be it bloom or harvest season, the "Altes Land" is always worth a visit. Hop on your bike and ride to Landungsbrücken and take the HVV ferry to Finkenwerder at bridge one. Passing Hamburg's fish market, the Elbe beach and the Treppenviertel, you already get a nice foretaste of what awaits you on the other side of the Elbe river. Once you arrive in Finkenwerder, you cycle along the dyke. Large and flat cycle paths pave the way. You will pass windmills, half-timbered houses and farms that are always perfect for a good photo. Not to forget the plantations and whole fruit farms you will encounter in the "Altes Land". Coffee and cake at Café Obsthof PuurtenQuast or Herzapfelhof Lühs, invites you to take a break so that you can continue your bike tour reinvigorated. On the way back, the sun accompanies you to the Libscher Kuhlen and then back to the city. Finally, a fish sandwich at Landungsbrücken and the day is more than successful.

Click here and take a journey through the fields of the Alte Land!

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

52,0 km away
A table with some food and the hands of two people toasting with a beer.
Altes Mädchen - Brewery Inn
Restaurants, Outdoor

In the rustic brewery pub "Altes Mädchen", located in Hamburg's Schanzenviertel, you are offered a wide selection of different craft beers as well as fresh regional classics, which you can enjoy indoors or on the comfortable terrace.

Photo: ©Altes Mädchen

3,3 km away
Park with a view of Hamburg harbour and the harbour crows.
Altonaer Balkon

An impressive panorama is awaiting at the Altonaer Balkon. 27 Meters above the River Elbe, this viewpoint offers spectacular views on the harbour and allows you to spot many large ships on the river. If you want to enjoy a nice walk, the beautiful Elbstrand is not far away.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

1,5 km away
Tables and chairs set on the terrace of the Au Quai restaurant
Am Kai
Restaurants, Outdoor

This fish restaurant is highly influenced by the french-italian cuisine and builds on the importance of regional products, high quality and fresh fish. You can enjoy the various dishes with views over the Elbe. In summer, the terrace welcomes you with a maritime flair.

Photo: ©AU QUAI

2,0 km away
A brown dog standing in the middle of poppies and looking relaxed into the camera.
Animal photography - Laura Truszkowski
Animal photographer

Laura Truskowski stages each animal individually in her photographs to emphasise the playful, happy or dreamy character traits of the four-legged friends and capture them for eternity. In doing so, she places a special focus on the eyes of our little friends, which she often sees as the window to the soul. With her ability to express the personality of each animal in her photographs, she manages to create emotional and fascinating portraits that touch the hearts of the viewers.

Photo: ©Laura Truskowski

13,0 km away
A small black dog with brown and white spots sits on a tree trunk and looks friendly into the camera.
Annette Wiechmann - Photography
Animal photographer

Annette Wiechmann, the passionate and trained photographer has managed to turn her hobby into a profession. She loves animals and always tries to capture the deep relationships between people and their beloved four-legged friends in her pictures. Our beautiful Hanseatic city of Hamburg is also a popular motif or backdrop in her pictures.

Photo: ©Annette Wiechmann

22,5 km away
A cinema hall with a view of the screen on which a film is being played. In the foreground are many red cinema seats.
Astor Film Lounge
Theater & Musical, Sights

Experience an unforgettable evening in the premium cinema, located in the HafenCity. Enjoy the cinema comfort of the modern cinema. From a welcoming drink, the adjustable recliners, to a range of cocktails, finger food and a large selection of wines, no wishes remain unfulfilled here!

Photo: ©Tima Miroshnichenko/ Pexels

2,3 km away
The Aussenalster by day

A walk around the Außenalster is one of the most enjoyable activities in Hamburg. A path that stretches around 7.4 Kilometres invites you to unwind and relax in the beautiful nature. The little cafés and pavilions along the way offer small culinary delicacies, coffee and cakes.
Our tip: These 7.4 Kilometres are also known as a beautiful jogging area and it is possible to rent boats or canoes during the summer time.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

3,1 km away
A group of people are sitting on the beach where a container ship is passing by.
Beach Övelgönne

Sunbathing in the city? No problem at the Elbstrand Övelgönne! This beautiful beach directly on the river Elbe is easy to reach by ferry and invites you to linger over a nice walk during the sunset or for a picnic with a view over the container ships.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Jörg Modrow

4,4 km away
2 people cycling around the Alster on a summer day
Binnen-/ Außenalster - Cycle route

Small but nice, or as you can also say, short and sweet is this bike tour. From the hotel you start to St. Pauli through the Planten un Blomen park. Passing the botanical garden, the rose garden and many water fountains, you reach the heart of Hamburg. Passing the casino and Hamburg's city centre, you will reach the Alster shore directly on the waterfront via the Alsterglacis. Now is the time to switch off your mobile phone, because now you're just following your nose. Enjoy the fresh breeze and relax under one of the many weeping willows on the banks. Then it's time to head back home, full of energy. You can either take Planten un Blomen or make a detour into Hamburg's city centre. Here you will find many boutiques and the Hamburg City Hall. From May to the end of August, the Planten un Blomen park hosts the Water Light Festival with background music. Definitely worth a visit.

Click here and start your tour!

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

9,0 km away
Crab roll and champagne on a table on the bridge 10
Brücke 10
Local, Outdoor

One thing you can not miss on your trip to Hamburg is a tasty fish bun at the Elbe! We have found the tastiest one for you directly at the Landungsbrücken at “Brücke 10” where you can enjoy your bun watching the big ships and let your mind wander. The smooth waves and some fluttering seagulls create an authentic experience.

Photo: ©Nicole Gaidies

230 m away
An interior view of Buddels Gasthaus photographed from above.
Buddels Guesthouse & Winebar
Restaurants, Local

Buddels Guesthouse & Winebar is known for its fresh and regional delicacies. The young team focuses on the variety that can be created with regional products. Buddels has found its home in an old, lovingly furnished Kontorhaus and invites you to linger. Enjoy an evening full of culinary works of art in a cosy atmosphere.

Photo: ©Buddels Guesthouse & Winebar

2,4 km away
There are several croissants dusted with icing sugar on a tray.
Buttercrumbs bakery

Just a few steps away from our hotel you will find the small but excellent Buttercrumbs Bakery. Opened in 2022, the bakery is known for its lovingly crafted and homemade products, whether pistachio croissant or vegan apple pie, every sweet tooth gets its money's worth here.

Photo: ©Sergio Arze/ Unsplash

35 m away
Exterior view of Café May
Cafe May

The famous Cafe May has seven different locations in Hamburg – and that is, for a good reason! Especially the location in St. Pauli impresses with comfortable couches, an individual charm and great food. Homemade tartes, a rich breakfast buffet, as well as the great atmosphere and fair prices make the café definitely worth a visit! Our tip: In the evening, Café May also offers great cocktails as well as board games.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

372 m away
The museum ship Cap San Diego on a sunny day.
Cap San Diego

The Cap San Diego with it´s berth in the Port of Hamburg is an impressive landmark. The largest museum cargo ship in the world is still in working order. The Cap San Diego can be visited every day and several times a year the ship sets sail as part of a museum tour.

Photo: ©thorabeti

1,2 km away
The Cordes Fountain with a park bench in the foreground. Around it is a green landscape.
Cemetery Ohlsdorf

The 389 hectare sized cemetery Ohlsdorf is the largest park cemetery in the world. The flora and fauna is impressive – ponds, green areas and many animals feel home here. Since 1877 it is possible to get in touch with culture, recovery and history at the cemetery Ohlsdorf.

Photo: ©Biker/ Fotolia

10,5 km away
Delicious stacked chocolate from the Chocoversum
Museum & Exhibition

Chocolate lovers listen up! The Chocoversum will let you savor its wide varieties of chocolate whilst teaching you about the traditional production of our beloved candy.The production is explained in a fun atmosphere. Joining in and tasting are explicitly encouraged!

Photo: ©Hachez Chocoversum GmbH

2,8 km away
Various cocktails lined up on a bar counter with a woman in the background.
Chug Club
Cocktail Bars

The Chug Club has received awards such as “Bar of the year“ and “Host of the year“ – is there anything else to say? The owner Bettina Kupsa has created a drink called “Chug”, which is a mixture out of a shot and a long drink – and has therefore created a trend that has hit the bull's eye in the bar scene!

Photo: ©Tim Gerdts

234 m away
A couple sitting on the stairs in front of Hamburg City Hall with a passing bus in the background.
City Hall

The imposing and remarkable building at the Rathausmarkt in the center of the city is a sight you should not miss when exploring Hamburg. It is considered the heart of Hamburg's politics. After 13 years of construction, the city hall fascinates its visitors not only from the outside, but also with its impressive interior. The city hall can be discovered on a guided tour.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

2,2 km away
Clockers Bar interior view
Cocktail Bars

In this bar, the high quality of the drinks always comes first. You will get exclusive spirits out of the owners’ home production. By the way: the Clockers bar is the perfect location for a high-class gin-tasting. Cheers!

Photo: ©clockers GmbH

899 m away
Interior view of the restaurant Cuneo
Restaurants, Outdoor

The family run Trattoria with over 100 years of tradition is located next to our hotel. We love the Cuneo and its family and we are happy to have them around us. The authentic Italian food, the great service and the local wine, which is directly imported from Italy, makes the perfect evening!

Photo: ©Cuneo

112 m away
The exterior view of the Maritime Museum in the Speicherstadt Hamburg
Deutsches Zollmuseum
Museum & Exhibition

Learn more about the exciting history of the Hanseatic city of Hamburg. Directly in the Speicherstadt you can learn more about the history of customs, as there is much exciting to see and experience in the German Customs Museum. The museum is located in the former customs office at Kornhausbrücke and impresses with its interesting exhibition.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJulia Photography

2,5 km away
A moment from The Lion King where a woman stands in front of a sunset in a colourful costume.
Disneys the Lion King
Theater & Musical

The Lion King is the most famous musical worldwide and we could not imagine Hamburg without it. Young and old equally love the amazing story of the little lion Simba and his family and friends. The colorful african world, incredible costumes and touching music create an incomparable atmosphere and make this musical experience unforgettable.

Photo: ©Stage Entertainment

2,0 km away
A dog is sitting on a table and the fur on its paws is being cut.
Doging Station - Dogsalons
Dog salons

Wellnesstime for your lovely dog? Whether a new haircut, a grooming to guarantee healthy and clean hair even in the cold and muddy seasons or actually an all-round spa. The DOGing Station dog salons offer Thalasso spa therapy, where your dog can deeply relax.

Photo: ©Dogingstation

4,0 km away
A large shop with many shelves which are full of different dog articles.
Doginson - Life with a Dog

The Doginson designs leashes, collars and toys for dogs in the maritime style. Here you will find the typical blue and white stripe patterns, small anchors and steering wheels or even ship ropes creatively transformed into leashes and collars.There is not only beautiful accessories for your little dog in the dog store, but here you can also look for offspring or a vacation care, because Doginsion offers in addition to your activity as a breeder also a kennel.

Photo: ©Doginson

5,6 km away
A woman playing with a husky in a meadow. In the background are green trees and bushes and the sun is shining.
Dogland - Dog care

You need spontaneous dog care? Then Dogland is the right place for you! At the dog care centre, located in the neighbouring district of Altona, your dog can spend a nice day in large rooms and small groups as well as in the various parks in the area.
Dogs with physical and health restrictions are also warmly welcomed and cared for here.

Photo: ©Yaroslav/ Pexels

1,4 km away
The Dollhouse pictured from the inside in a dark light.
Dancing Pubs, Clubs

The strip club Dollhouse is known far beyond the borders of the city. So, don't be shy: The strip shows and table dancing acts are a part of Hamburg and don't need to hide. Just drop by and let yourself be carried away by the atmosphere of the show and enjoy a few good drinks.

Photo: ©Dollhouse

671 m away
A juicy burger, which is split down the middle.
Dulf's Burger
Restaurants, Outdoor

There are many good burger restaurants in Hamburg, but we highly recommend Dulf’s Burger! The combination of freshly baked buns, high quality beef and delicious burger toppings in a nice ambience – it is simply delicious!

Photo: ©Dulf’s Burger

1,7 km away
People enjoying the sun, on a stake by the water. It is very green around it
Elbdeich - Cycle route

From the hotel, you first cycle through the old Elbe tunnel. Did you know that the Elbe Tunnel opened for the first time in 1911 and is 21 metres underground? By bike, you can quickly reach the other side of the Elbe at only 426 metres. Once you reach the other side of the Elbe, you have a breathtaking panoramic view of Hamburg harbour and the city districts beyond. Passing through Veddel via Rothenburgsort, you will always be on the waterfront in the direction of Dove Elbe. Continue straight ahead to the "Die Reit" nature reserve. Here the Dove Elbe flows into the Gose Elbe. Now you just have to decide whether you want to cycle through the more than 40-year-old nature reserve or along the water. The fork in the road will help you here. On the left you come to Ochsenwerder Norddeich, which you follow until you reach Oortkatenweg on the right. At the end of the path you will come to Oortkaten Lake. Here, the Süd -/ and Norderelbe flow on again into a single unit called "Elbe". You can now return via the Gauerter Hauptdeich along the waterfront. Via Rothenburgsort, along the Oberhafenkanal and the Zollkanal, you will pass the Portugiesenviertel, perfect for dinner. From here it is not far to the hotel.

Click here and discover the Elbe dike!

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

49,0 km away
A boat sailing past the Elbphilharmonie during the sunshine.

A must see for every visitor is the elbphilharmonie, which every local has taken into their heart. The impressive building is one of the most famous landmarks and you should not miss out on a visit to the plaza – it is free of charge and offers a breathtaking view!

Photo: ©Stimmungsfänger

1,9 km away
Elbstrand | Copyright Mediaserver Hamburg / Thisisjuliaphotography
Elbstrand - Cycle route

Just at the hotel and in less than half an hour at the beach. From the hotel, you drive along the Elbe and past the fish market. A short stop at the Himmelsleiter is worth it. Once you reach the beach, you pass beautiful houses that make you dream of being in your favourite holiday home. Some of you will have to push your bike, but the breathtaking view makes up for it. On the next large stretch of beach is the "Old Swede". A 217-ton boulder that, at around 20 metres, amazes many visitors every day. If you continue straight ahead, you will come to the Trepenviertel. At this point, you should park your bike for a moment and continue on foot. Because here, as the name suggests, it's a case of climbing stairs. Once you reach the top, you have a postcard-perfect view over the Elbe and the villas and small winding streets on the slopes of the Elbe.

Want sun, sea and beach? Then click here and get on your bike.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJuliaPhotography

25,0 km away
A laid breakfast table, with coffee cups and full, colourful plates.
EM Breakfast Club
Cafés, Restaurants

Colourfully arranged breakfast platters, delicious bowls or waffles are available at the breakfast café EM Breakfast Club. The name comes from Vietnamese and means "you". Whether in the morning at 10 am or in the afternoon at 4 pm, you can have breakfast here at any time.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

2,0 km away
A green meadow with a large tree. A girl is sitting in the meadow playing with a dog.

The newly renovated park, right next to the Reeperbahn, is perfect for taking your dog for a spin near the hotel. Here, dogs are allowed to let off steam even off the leash, run after sticks or balls and enjoy nature to the fullest.

Photo: ©Daria Obymaha/ Pexel

1,8 km away
The Entenwerder1 Cafe on the banks of the Elbe in Hamburg.
Cafés, Outdoor

Have you ever had your coffee on a floating cafe? No, not yet? Then it's high time you visited Cafe Entenwerder1, which is located on a floating panton on the Elbe. From constantly changing food creations to lovingly prepared colourful salads, there is something for every gourmet on the menu.

Photo: ©Entenwerder1

2,2 km away
Antiques stacked on top of each other at a flea market.
Eppendorf Jumble Sale
Flea Markets

The Eppendorf flea market is a special one! It is only permitted for private exhibitiors who live in or close to Eppendorf to offer their goods and chattels. Depending on the weather, the jumble sale is open from 10am until 4pm.

Photo: ©FSEID/

5,6 km away
A schnitzel with potatoes, garnished with a slice of lemon.
Erikas Eck

Tradition in Hamburg. Erikas Eck is managed by family and friends. A pub and restaurant in one, where else can you find that nowadays? That's right, on St. Pauli. In addition to typical traditional home style cooking, it's also a great place to have a beer. Simply a cult place. Come and see for yourself!

Photo: ©Reinhard Thrainer/ Pixabay

2,3 km away
The interior of the Espresso House with a cosy, rustic seating area.
Espresso House

Enjoy a wide selection of high-quality drinks, delicious scandinavian pastries or sandwiches in a cosy living room atmosphere in the middle of Hamburg's city centre at the Espresso House on Jungfernstieg.

Photo: ©Espresso House

4,6 km away
A sandy beach right on the water, with a few umbrellas under which people hang out.
Falkensteiner Ufer

On sunny summer days, a trip to the Falkenstein shore is always a good idea. Walking along the Elbe, with a view of the harbour and sand under your Feet it almost feels like being by the sea. Dogs are allowed to run around freely here and enjoy a dip in the water.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Lisa Knauer

15,5 km away
The interior of the Fischereihafen Restaurant with a view of the floor-to-ceiling panorama windows overlooking Hamburg harbour.
Fischereihafen Restaurant
Outdoor, Restaurants, Local

Freshly caught classic regional fish and seafood dishes are served in the "Fischereihafen" restaurant directly in front of the Elbe. The terrace welcomes you with a panoramic view over the harbour, where you can relax.

Photo: ©Fischereihafen Restaurant

2,5 km away
The fish auction hall in front of the Elbe River
Local, Sights, Activities

On sunday mornings, the traditional fish market welcomes more than 70.000 guests per year.
A variety of live music, fruits, fish and more delicacies are offered here. During the summer the market opens at 5am and the unique flair is characterized by the mix of the early visitors and those who are ending a long night of partying with a market stroll.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

917 m away
A couple sitting opposite each other on a bench with several shopping bags next to them. In the background you can see a flea market with strollers strolling around.
Flea Markets

The flea market „Flohschanze“ ist located next to the train station Feldstraße. Every Sunday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm private exhibitors as well as retailers offer their goods and chattels.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Sven Schwarze

1,5 km away
Performers making music on the stage.
German Theatre Hamburg
Theater & Musical

The German theatre impresses not only with its white facade and exterior, but also with the breathtaking interior, from the magnificent ceiling decorations to the red velvet armchairs, unforgettable plays take place here. Let yourself be fascinated by the combination of a cultural experience and great acting.

Photo: ©Matthias Horn, 2022

4,1 km away
A baby elephant sitting on the grass.
Hagenbeck Zoo

Experience the animal world from up close at the Hagenbeck Zoo! The park covers 25 hectares and offers a network of paths over 6 kilometers long. In addition to the many outdoor enclosures, there are many plants from all over the world to marvel at in Hagenbeck’s Zoo. The Zoo is easily accessible by bus and the U2 subway line - it is located at the „Hagenbeck’s Tierpark“ train station. The zoo is home to one of the largest herds of elephants in Europe. You can not only feed them, but are also allowed to occasionally pet them.

Photo: ©Lutz Schnier

6,9 km away
A green spring meadow and in the background the brown building of the planetarium
Hamburg City Park - Cycle Route

The Hamburg City Park in the Winterhude district is the third largest green space in Hamburg. From a large swimming lake to a huge playground and a mini-golf course, there is fun for young and old here. You drive along the Planten un Blomen park to Gänsemarkt via the famous Rothenbaumchaussee. Here you will pass magnificent white mansions, museums, the fifth largest university in Germany and many small local businesses. At the Klosterstern roundabout, take the second exit and follow Marie-Louisen-Straße directly to the Stadtpark. For a short break here, take in a show at the Hamburg Planetarium, where you can be fascinated under a starry sky, or make a quick stop at the Lesecafé in Hamburg's Stadtpark. The large meadow that you can just reach from the planetarium invites you to take a short break. For a short cool-down, you can jump into the lake in front of it. If you want to see the Stadtpark from a different perspective, you can connect your bike and rent a canoe from the boat rental on the Liebesinsel and spend some time on the lake or explore the canals next to the Alster.

Let's go it doesn't get any greener than this! Click here and discover the greenest cycling route.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Robert Pietsch

18,0 km away
A ghost pictured in an old dusty room.
Hamburg Dungeon
Activities, Museum & Exhibition

History, actors and a little bit of horror- the Dungeon invites you in a spectacular and unique way into the dark past of our Hanseatic city. Enjoy entertainment on a high level!

Photo: ©Bjoern Gantert

2,0 km away
The Hamburg Kunsthalle photographed from the perspective of a frog. The building has red-brown brookstones and was constructed in the Italian Renaissance style.
Hamburger Kunsthalle
Museum & Exhibition

Fun for young and old. Here you can not only experience art, you can also discover it. The Hamburger Kunsthalle has more than 700 permanent works of art in its repertoire and special exhibitions from time to time. Among others, famous works such as Caspar David Friedrich's "Wanderer über dem Nebelmeer" are part of the fascinating exhibition at the Hamburger Kunsthalle.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJulia Photography

4,0 km away
A freshly steaming pho soup with glass noodles and fresh fennel photographed from above.
Hanoi Deli

If you are a fan of the east asian cuisine, this is the place to go for you! First-class Vietnamese food is served here. Whether it's sushi made by the sushi master or a delicious, steaming Pho. Let yourself be impressed by the authenticity!

Photo: ©Markus Winkler

2,7 km away
An excerpt of Hamburg's buildings on the Elbe ( from the top)
Harbour - Cycle route

The harbour is not only great to explore by boat, but also perfect by bike. Through HafenCity over the new Elbe bridge, around to the right onto Veddeler Damm, then left onto Reiherdamm and then through the old Elbe tunnel back to the hotel. On this bike tour you will have seen something of every part of the harbour. Starting with the modern and traditional part, the HafenCity and the Speicherstadt. Here you will find Hamburg's landmark, the world's largest historic warehouse complex, in addition to the Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall built in 2016. Cross the new Elbe bridge to reach the more industrial part of the harbour. A shopping tip is the Harbor Shop Hamburg, just have a look there. You will then drive to Steinwerder where, before descending into the old Elbe tunnel, you will enjoy a captivating view over the backdrop of Hamburg and the harbour.

Click here and cycle through Hamburg's Old Town and HafenCity!

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

13,0 km away
Screaming people in the roller coaster.
Heide park

Looking for a change? Then you should visit the Heide Park. It is the second largest amusement park in Germany and the largest one in northern Germany. It offers fun for the whole family. In addition to the action-packed roller coasters, there are several areas that are perfect for younger visitors. Especially worth mentioning is the Peppa Pig Land as well as the "Dragon Taming" themed area.

Photo: ©Heide-Park Soltau GmbH

78,3 km away
The Cap San Diego at Hamburg harbour, in heavy fog and grey weather.
Hidden in Hamburg - Escape Room

For some time now, you can get to know Hamburg's famous landmarks, the Rickmer Rickmers and the Cap San Diego, from a completely different angle in an escape game.
This gives you the opportunity to choose between different themes and embark on an extraordinary adventure on board one of the two ships together with others. Children from the age of 10 also have the opportunity to take part in this extraordinary experience

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg Ingo Boelte

1,2 km away
A film disc against a dark background of hits.
In einem einzigartigen Restaurant verbindet sich die Faszination für Essen und Film zu einem unvergleichlichen Erlebnis. Das Team hat es sich zum Ziel gesetzt, Gästen eine schmackhafte gastronomische Reise zu bieten, während sie gleichzeitig in die Welt d
Activities, Restaurants, Local

Experience the unique restaurant "Eat the Film" in the heart of the Schanze, where the fascination for food and film come together to create an incomparable adventure. The team has set itself the goal of offering guests a tasty gastronomic journey while immersing them in the world of film. Inspired by different film genres, the menu presents a wide selection of dishes that not only tantalise the palate but also ignite a passion for film. Immerse yourself in a symbiosis of culinary delights and cinema and let yourself be seduced by this unforgettable interplay.

Photo: ©Timothy Eberly/ Unsplash

2,4 km away
A weeping willow by a lake. In the foreground, you can see a swan swimming on the lake.
Inselpark Wilhelmsburg
Parks, Activities

Hamburg's youngest public park. The former garden show opened its doors to visitors from all over the world in October 2013 here. The park has many green meadows, trees, allotments and biotopes that invite you to stay a while. There is a playground and of course nature as far as you can see. Enjoy the landscape to the very fullest.

Photo: ©MabelAmber/ Pixabay

12,0 km away
A dog running on a large green meadow towards the horizon.
Jenisch Park

Out of the city, into the green. With an area of 24 hectares, Jenisch Park is one of the most important landscape gardens in the whole of northern Germany.Not only for you but, also for your dog a experience.

Note: Please note that the park regulations require that dogs must be kept on a leash.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Jorg Modrow

8,0 km away
A white house with small golden squiggles on the facade.

The Jenischpark is part of the nature reserve Flottbektal and is located close to the Elbe. 24 hectare nature outpace the big city. Those who are interested in the culture can enjoy the Jenisch-Haus as well as the art forum, which is also located within the park grounds.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

7,1 km away
A picture showing the Alster on a warm summer day with cyclists passing by.

One of the most beautiful and popular places in Hamburg is the Jungfernstieg, located in the heart of our Hanseatic city. It is a place to relax amidst the hectic city and watch the lively on- goings around you, with a beautiful view of the Alster. Sit down on the stairs and recharge for the rest of the day.
By the way: In 1838 the Jungfernstieg was the first asphalted square in Germany.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Andreas Vallbracht

2,2 km away
Two people canoeing on a river.
Kanu on the Alster Lake

With more bridges than Venice and Amsterdam and countless waterways, Hamburg is an ideal location for canoeing and paddle boarding. Get to know Hamburg in a special, idyllic way and spend the day relaxing on the water.
Tip: Get your ice cream directly from the shore - many ice cream cafés serve it right to your canoe, so you can stay on board!

Photo: ©Kara/

5,5 km away
A piece of the salmon served on a plate with various garnishes.
Karo Fish
Restaurants, Outdoor

Karo fish, located close to Feldstraße invites you to try fresh fish and many delicacies. There are mediterranean fish dishes and fresh salads to try. Food and drinks can be enjoyed not only at the counter of the restaurant, but in the summer time you can also enjoy outdoor seating. The quality is great and it is an inexpensive option to have a delicious meal.

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2,2 km away
You can see the entrance area of a shop with a woman walking past and two window shoppers.

The Karoviertel’s atmosphere is pretty similar to the one you experience in the Sternschanze and there is a lot to explore. Lovely cafes, good restaurants and alternative boutiques far away from the mainstream invite you to enjoy an extensive and relaxed shopping day!

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1,9 km away
You can see a street with many restaurants lined up next to each other with an outdoor area.

The caipirinha happy hour, beginning at 10pm, is just one of the many reasons to visit the pub Katze in the popular district of the Sternschanze. Especially at weekends the pub is often crowded until there is no more passing through giving it its unique and vibrant atmosphere. With a little bit of Hamburger calm it is the perfect place to meet a lot of new, friendly people.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

1,9 km away
A woman is standing on a jetty by a lake.
Lake Allermöhe

The Allermöhe lake in the south-east of Hamburg is perfect for spending a day with the family. The lake offers a barbecue area, a large sunbathing lawn, sanitary facilities, a playground and a beach that stretches over 10 metres. The water quality has been rated "Excellent".

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22,3 km away
A dog walks on a footbridge to a lake.
Lake Boberg

Boberger See, which is located in the Boberger Niederung nature reserve, has been classified as having "excellent water quality". It also has a sunbathing lawn and a 16-metre long beach with a large bathing area and sanitary facilities.

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20,4 km away
Sunset at the lake with birds in the air.
Lake Hinterm Horn

The lake „hinterm Horn“, which is located in the south-east of Hamburg, has an excellent rated water quality. In addition, a 20-metre-long sunbathing lawn and as well as a beach with a large bathing area await you.

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22,4 km away
Sunset at a lake.
Lake Hohendeich

Lake Hohendeich offers many opportunities to enjoy a beautiful summer day. At the western bathing area there is a small beach, a sunbathing lawn as well as a snack bar. Surfing and diving lessons are also offered here. The bathing area with a large beach and a big sunbathing lawn invites you to a barbecue outing with the whole family.

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23,6 km away
View from the Landungsbrücken over the harbour towards the west.

When thinking of Hamburg, many have a concise image of the Landungsbrücken in their minds. The beautiful buildings, right on the Elbe River, are something special. Once upon a time, the famous fast steamers cast off here and the workers made their way to their shipyards. Nowadays you can start your harbor tour here or get on a ferry to cross the river.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

226 m away
The picture shows the Gin Basil Smash cocktail decorated with a basil leaf.
Le Lion - Bar de Paris
Cocktail Bars

Do you already know the Gin Basil Smash? You are going to love it. Here you will not only find refreshing cocktails, you will also find other excellent creations as well as the classics. The Bar Le Lion offers you a show at the highest level that you will not forget so quickly. Last but not least, you will find a small bar menu with exquisite snacks. The elegant ambience definitely invites you to stay

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2,3 km away
The interior of the Levantehaus shopping arcade with a view of the staircase.
Passages & Stores

The charming Lenvantehaus on the Mönckebergstraße is famous for its shopping opportunities and its special architecture. The nostalgic touch is fascinating and the exclusive shopping opportunities make this shopping adventure unique.

Photo: ©Levantehaus Hamburg

2,9 km away
Saftig gegrillte Köfte auf Pita Brot gebettet mit roten Zwiebeln und frischer Petersilie.
Lokmam Hamburg
Restaurants, Outdoor

The Orient in Hamburg. The Turkish restaurant in the middle of Sternschanze adds a touch of magic to the day for many Hamburg residents every day. Due to its popularity, you should make a reservation in advance, as the line is always very long. You won't be able to stop being amazed. The variety of dishes is not only beautifully arranged on the plates, it also seduces you into the world of the Orient. Here, everyone will find what they are looking for!

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1,4 km away
Indian chicken with fresh bread.
Maharaja Indian Restaurant

The colorful terrace restaurant serves kebabs, biryani, and curries with meat as well as vegetarian ones. Whether you prefer the vegetarian cuisine or dishes with chicken or lamb, there are many options to choose from. Visit ;aharaja and enjoy the oriental atmosphere with charm and get to know the Indian hospitality.

Photo: ©Maharaja Esperanza Doronila/ Unsplash

2,0 km away
The entrance area of the Maritim Museum with a depicted ship's propeller.
Maritime Museum
Museum & Exhibition

Seafaring Ahoy! Located in the traditional Speicherstadt the museum is characterized by restored maritime painting. One of the highlights: Become the captain of your own vessel by steering container ships through the docks using a virtual simulator!

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2,7 km away
The Mellin Passage in Hamburg photographed from the outside.
Mellin Passage
Passages & Stores, Boutiques

The Mellin Passage is the oldest and smallest passage in Hamburg. Here you will find luxury porcelain and the Felix Jud bookshop, which was described by Karl Lagerfeld as an "intellectual delicatessen". The historic passage, which opened in 1864, connects the beautiful Alsterarkaden with the exclusive Neuer Wall.

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2,5 km away
View over the roofs of Hamburg with a view of the Michel.

The landmark Michel is Hamburg’s main and most popular church. The 106 meter high plattform offers a unique view over the city and the harbour. The Michel had to be reconstructed three times due to fires and bombings during the war. It is definitely one of the most important sightseeing activities in Hamburg.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

1,1 km away
A view of the Speicherstadt from the River Elbe.
Miniatur Wunderland
Sights, Activities, Museum & Exhibition

A short journey through the whole world is possible in the minature wonderland. The mini world is demonstrated to perfection and you can see the love in every detail. The exhibition has been elected the most liked tourist attraction in Germany by international guests – it even beats the Brandenburger Tor and the castle Neuschwanstein. We love our miniature wonderland, and definitely recommend going there!

Photo: ©Miniatur Wunderland

2,0 km away
The interior of a café with pastel-coloured armchairs.
Mit Herz & Zucker

You will find a heavenly breakfast selection in the breakfast café "mit Herz und Zucker" where you can enjoy classics such as avocado bread with a choice of egg, salmon, bacon or delicious croissants in a cosy atmosphere. We recommend that you make a reservation in advance.

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3,4 km away
Two women walking in the city with shopping bags in their hands.
Shopping Miles

Hamburgs most famous shopping street is the Mönckebergstraße. On this street you will find various big brands in a nice atmosphere, close to the Binnenalster. Start your shopping day at the central station and walk down to the Jungferstieg, ensuring you are not missing out on anything. Sit down on the stairs at Jungfernstieg and relax with a beautiful view over the Alster.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

2,7 km away
The terrace of Monkey Beach with lots of sun and a bright blue sky around many visitors.
Monkey Beach Bar
Beach Clubs, Outdoor

At the Monkey Beach located directly next to a side canal of the Alster, you can order a refreshing drink or a Hawaiian Poke Bowl especially in warm weather and enjoy it in the cosy loungers on the jetty.

Photo: ©Monkey Beach Bar

6,6 km away
A statue of Otto Graf von Bismarck. He is holding a sword in his hands.
Monument - Cycle route

For cyclists interested in history: inside we recommend the Monument Route. You start at Hans-Albers-Platz. Here you will find a bronze statue built in honour of the well-known Hamburg theatre and film actor and singer Hans Albers. Walking along the Reeperbahn on your right you will reach the Bismarck Monument in the old Elbpark. It was built in honour of Otto Graf von Bismarck, as it was only thanks to him that Hamburg was able to operate a free harbour. This gave Hamburg a high status in the EU's internal market. Continue along the Zitronenjette to the Rathausmarkt. Here you will find three sights. Firstly, the Hamburg Town Hall, built in 1897, a bronze statue of Heinrich Heine to commemorate the destruction of the old monument by the National Socialists and the associated burning of books, and secondly, the monument to the fallen soldiers of both world wars. The tour ends at Beatles Platz in front of the Great Freedom. Here you can have a cold drink of your choice in any of the bars to round off the tour.

Click here and off you go through Hamburg's history!

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Jerome Gerull

7,0 km away
A bar with various bottles on shelves against the wall.
Möve Sturzflug

The pub “Möve Sturzflug” is a great place to start off a night on the “Kiez”. Its location close to the party street but still far enough to escape the crowds, is perfect for a few drinks in a cool and cozy atmosphere and to get into the evening vibe.

Photo: ©Möve Sturzflug

716 m away
View over the roofs of Hamburg with a view of the Michel.

The Nachtmichel is a special highlight and the view on the illuminated Hanseatic city at night is breathtaking. On various days it is possible to visit the Michel from 7.30 - 11.30pm and enjoy the view from the 106 metre high 360°-platform. You can find more information about the current opening hours on the website:

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

1,1 km away
A grey dog standing on the stairs.
Nadine Gänßlen Photography
Animal photographer

Nadine Gänßle is inspired by nature, the north and Hamburg. She chooses special places for her photo shoots to capture the most beautiful moments of people and animals in unique compositions. Her photographs are a tribute to the beauty of the world and impressively show the essence of humans and animals.

Photo: ©Nadine Gänßlen Photography

8,8 km away
Christmas decorations and street lighting
Neuer Wall
Shopping Miles

Neuer Wall is located in the city center very close to the Jungfernstieg. Many exclusive, international, as well as local brands can be found here. More than 100 stores will let any shopping enthusiast’s heart beat faster. The luxerious stores impress with a very distinct style. The furniture stores are full of inspiring wall pieces to purchase for your home.

Photo: ©volkerr

2,0 km away
Breakfast table with fresh orange juice, coffee and two plates of freshly made waffles and toast.
Nord Coast Coffee Roastery
Cafés, Restaurants, Outdoor

When you see a queue of people from a distance, you know you've come to the right place: The Nord Coast Coffee Roastery. The pretty café in Hafencity (and now also in beautiful Eppendorf) is well-known among coffee lovers and breakfast fans. From coffee made from home-roasted beans to delicious waffles with mascarpone cream and avocado bread - we can't get enough of the goodies.

Photo: ©Nord Coast Coffee Roastery

2,2 km away
Two people crossing the old Elbe tunnel by bicycle.
Old Elbe Tunnel

The over 400- meter- long Elbtunnel has been connecting the Landungsbrücken to the other side of the Elbe since back in 1911. The Tunnel has been a technical sensation and is now listed under the protection of monuments. It is possible to cross the tunnel around the clock by foot or bike and enjoy the view from the other side of the river Elbe.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

438 m away
Olivia Jones as a drag queen with a pink wig with a lot of volume and heavy make-up.
Olivia Jones Bar
Theater & Musical, Dancing Pubs

Olivia Jones is an icon of Hamburg's Reeperbahn. The Reeperbahn is not only her home, it is also where she has become today's neighbourhood star. Burlesque and cabaret at a high level are performed here in a completely liberal style. It is also interesting to know that the Beatles had their big success here in the former "Star Club" area. We think this is one more reason to visit the bar.

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800 m away
A panoramic view of Park Fiction. On the right are the well-known plastic plams and in the background the sun is setting over the harbour, turning the sky purple blue.
Park Fiction
Activities, Sights

A small Caribbean island right at St. Pauli Hafenstraße and you already feel like you are on holiday. This small green oasis with many benches, wave-like sunbathing areas and plastic palm trees makes you forget for a moment that you are in a big city. Locals of the district were able to contribute their ideas to the design.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

500 m away
The interior of the Peter Pane burger restaurant, decorated like a forest.
Peter Pane – Burgergrill & Bar
Restaurants, Outdoor

Fancy a tasty burger selection? Then Peter Pane Restaurant is just the right place for you! The restaurant in the Stadthöfe is one of the 46 Peter Pane restaurants in Germany. With a large selection of burgers ranging from prime beef and chicken to vegan burgers, there is something for every burger lover to enjoy.

Photo: ©Peter Pane

2,4 km away
A laid table with three large plates on which pizzas are lying. On the left side is a wine glass and a cocktail.
Pizza Social Club
Cafés, Restaurants, Outdoor

You can never say no to pizza - but as you probably know, opinions about where to get the best pizza vary widely. At Pizza Social Club, however, everyone should agree - they really do serve incredibly delicious pizza. Whether with burrata, truffle cream or the classic salami. The golden stone oven conjures up a crispy base and juicy dough. So be sure to try it and see for yourself!

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

2,2 km away
A green meadow right next to a pond. People are sitting on picnic blankets on the meadow.
Planten un Blomen

Probably the best known and most central park in Hamburg, which is always worth a walk. With its green meadows and babbling brooks and lakes, the park lies only a few minutes walk from our hotel. An ideal place to take your dog for the daily round.

Notice: The park regulations stipulate that dogs must be kept on a leash.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Andreas Vallbracht

2,0 km away
On display is an exhibition space in which works of art by Gustav Klimt are projected onto all surfaces - floors, walls, columns. The images vary between landscapes, portraits and abstract patterns.
Port des Lumières
Museum & Exhibition, Activities

Are you looking for an art exhibition that embodies the soul of Hamburg's harbour in a contemporary and refreshing way? In the middle of the HafenCity you will find the Westfield Hamburg Überseequartier opening its modern gates to the Port des Lumières. You will be able to experience immersive digital art with more than just one of your senses. Even the youngest among us will be enraptured by the exhibition’s interactive displays.

Photo: ©Culturespaces

2,9 km away
A transverstie artist in a black dress in front of a red forehand with a microphone in her hand.
Theater & Musical, Dancing Pubs

Welcome to the Kiez! The Pulverfass Cabaret exists since 1973 in Hamburg in the middle of the Reeperbahn in the heart of St.Pauli. With monthly changing live shows, gorgeous and colourful costumes, the travesty artists never fail to fascinate you. The great atmosphere is infectious. Spend an exuberant evening here with a first-class atmosphere.

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550 m away
An excerpt of the Reeperbahn Festival where various artists showcase their musical talent
Cocktail Bars, Clubs, Pubs, Sights, Dancing Pubs, Activities

The famous and notorious Reeperbahn or „Kiez“ is known worldwide. Countless visitors explore the world’s most “sinful” mile with its 930 metres and numerous bars, clubs and red light establishments everyday. During the tranquility of the day it is hard to imagine the extend of the crowd and vivid atmosphere that comes alive after dark.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

273 m away
The ship Rickmer Rickmers docked at the Landungsbrücken.
Rickmer Rickmers

The Rickmer Rickmers is known as Hamburg’s floating landmark. You can visit the sail ship every day of the week. It is also possible to rent the Rickmer Rickmers for conferences and events. The on-board restaurant offers great meals and lets you get a whiff of real maritime air.


1,2 km away
The outside view of the Salt Silver restaurant with guests sitting outside.
Salt & Silver
Restaurants, Outdoor

Two restaurants - door to door. A success story of two young locals who pursued their passions: Surfing and cooking. The result is their successful restaurant Salt & Silver located on St. Pauli. A colourful mix that brings Levant and Latin American cuisine to Hamburg.

Photo: ©Salt & Silver

350 m away
Exterior view of the Schmidt Tivol Theatre with its colourful facade.
Schmidts Tivoli
Theater & Musical

The heart of St.Pauli is located just around the corner! The Schmidts Tivoli theatre presents cabaret and different musical productions. The musical “Heiße Ecke” has been a massive popular success since 2003 and is part of St. Pauli just like the Elbe is part of Hamburg.

Photo: ©Ingo Boelter

334 m away
The interior of the Zoe Sofa Bar with antique sofa sets in daylight.
Cocktail Bars, Cafés

The bar in baroque style holds its name with glory. Cosy couches from different eras, good drinks and subdued lights create an original living room like atmosphere. The sofa bar is also a popular place for first dates.

Photo: ©DirkH.Tresenreiter

1,4 km away
A portrait of the warehouse district in the glow of the evening lights.
Activities, Sights

The traditional Speicherstadt, with the worldwide biggest depot complex, is a great place to explore and discover! The Speicherstadt has been an UNESCO World Heritage for 3 years now and is a popular attraction for Hamburg visitors and locals. Take enough time for the discovery of the Speicherstadt.
Tip: The evening hours are especially beautiful!

Photo: ©Marco2811

2,5 km away
The exterior view of the Speicherstadtmuseum.
Speicherstadt Museum
Museum & Exhibition

The Speicherstadt’s history leads back to the year 1888. In this unique museum you will learn everything about the trade of goods. The family friendly museum is very interactive with lots of things to do.

Photo: ©Elbe&Flut, Thomas Hampel

1,8 km away
Two people strolling towards the fruit stalls at the St.Pauli night market.
St. Pauli Night Market

In the heart of St.Pauli you can visit this special farmer’s market every Wednesday from 4-11pm. Street food, deli foods and other delicacies are offered under the night sky. The St.Pauli night market is a great place for a get together or for some after work drinks.

Photo: ©Marius Röer

377 m away
Many people picnicking on a meadow and the planetarium in the background.

The Stadtpark is located in the north of Hamburg. Many events and concerts take place in the park which also encloses Hamburg’s planetarium. The lawn is a great spot for a barbecue or a picnic, or even a swim off the banks of the Alster!

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

7,7 km away
A bird's eye view of the staircase district in Blankenese.
Stairs Quarter

The multifaceted staircase district in Blankenese stretches around the 72-metre-high Süllberg.
The 5,000 stairs and winding alleys between the colourful fishermen's cottages, the pretty villas and picturesque old buildings invite you to take an exploratory walk with a unique view over the Elbe.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ Alla Limont

12,8 km away
You can see a street with many restaurants lined up next to each other with an outdoor area.

The trendy neighbourhood Sternschanze is a very unique experience. Small, beautiful and individual boutiques invite you to a relaxing shopping day. The creative district is full of colourful diversity and offers a great selection of cafes, restaurants and bars that will let you dwell there until the late evening hours.

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

1,9 km away
Pictured is the beach club Strand Pauli at dusk.
Strand Pauli
Restaurants, Outdoor, Local, Beach Clubs

Enjoy a day at Strandpauli Beach Club, right on the Elbe! The large beach club has comfortable seating and a big selection of drinks and snack menu! And even better, you can enjoy the beach club not only in the summer, but also for a fondue evening in the winter!

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

1,8 km away
A group of people sitting on the beach at sunset.
Cafés, Restaurants, Outdoor, Beach Clubs

A delicious breakfast, an extensive lunch or a fine wine to round off the evening. All this is possible at the Strandperle directly on the Elbstrand Övelgönne. The unique view of the passing container ships included.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJuliaPhotography

4,4 km away
A view of the Laeiszhalle in Hamburg, the brick-colored music hall.
The Laeiszhalle
Theater & Musical, Sights

The Laeiszhalle, which opened in 1908, is one of Hamburg's most famous concert halls, along with the Elbphilharmonie. The Laeiszhalle fascinates children and adults alike. In addition to world-famous musicians such as Martha Argerich, the program also includes concerts that will especially impress the little ones. Besides the music, you can also enjoy the impressive architecture of the Laeiszhalle during your visit.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg/ ThisIsJulia Photography

1,6 km away
Many intertwining branches with apples on them. In the background you can see the blue sky.
Ther Old Country
Activities, Sights

Breathtaking nature in a big city? - that's possible! The old country is always worth a visit. There are numerous restaurants, farm shops, plantations and the not-to-be-forgotten nature just waiting to be explored by you. Also be sure to check out the villages of Cranz and Jork, which speak for themselves with their sweet old town.

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

32,3 km away
Two filled mugs of beer toasting one another and Überquell's lettering on them.
ÜberQuell Brauwerkstätten
Restaurants, Outdoor

Refreshing beers from their own micro-brewery, tasty neapolitan pizzas, a small, lovely beer museum and a terrace that invites you to linger outdoors in the summer - simply everything your heart desires directly at the St. Pauli fish market.

Photo: ©TasteToursHamburg

373 m away
The exterior view of the bunker at night with light illumination.
Uebel und Gefährlich

The famous club on the 4th floor of a former air-raid shelter offers everything for a great party night. The view over Hamburg’s rooftops is incredible. Various concerts and parties take place and well known DJs regularly come to show their skills in this unique location.

Photo: ©Katja Ruge

1,5 km away
A dog lying on a treatment table and being operated on.
Veterinary at the Millerntor - Karen Voelkel

Directly at the St.Pauli stadium, only 10 minutes away from our hotel, is the veterinary practice at Millerntor. For over 10 years, the practice has been treating and caring for pets and domestic animals with the help of acupuncture, homeopathy and classical veterinary medicine to bring your little darling back to health.

Photo: ©Pranidchakan Boonrom/ Pexel

950 m away
A close-up of two small dog paws. An IV has been placed in one paw.
Veterinary at the Rothenbaum

The association of six doctors inside with a focus on classical, modern and alternative veterinary medicine is the perfect place to go for complicated procedures for your dog.

Photo: ©Freestocks Org/ Pexel

4,4 km away
A dog lying on a treatment table being examined by a doctor.
Veterinary St.Pauli

The St.Pauli veterinary is only a five-minute walk from our hotel and is therefore the quickest way to get medical help for your dog in urgent emergencies.

Good to know: The practice is also available on Sundays and public holidays in cooperation with the veterinary association and helps to organise the best possible treatment for your little friend.

Photo: ©Tima Miroshnichenko/ Pexel

350 m away
The Speicherstadt canals at dusk.
Wasserschloss Speicherstadt
Cafés, Restaurants, Outdoor

The Wasserschloss, also called Wasserschlösschen, is a historic building in the Speicherstadt of Hamburg and is picturesquely situated between two canals. Here you can enjoy a classic Hamburg fish sandwich with smoked salmon or order one of the 250 teas that the Wasserschloss stocks in its tea shop and enjoy it immediately.

Photo: ©Adrian Degner / Unsplash

2,2 km away
A yellow Waterkant Tour Bully driving over a bridge.
Waterkant Touren
Sights, Activities

Experience the Waterkant in a special way: Climb into a van and sit back! Explore Hamburg in a different way and learn more about our beautiful city! With a choice of different tours, there's guaranteed to be something for everyone!

Photo: ©Waterkant Tour

3,1 km away
A man holding out his arm for an approaching eagle.
Wildlife Park Schwarze Berge

One highlight of the wildlife park, are the pot-bellied pigs which, just like the goats, love to be fed and stroked. With their young offspring, they delight all visitors. The park also offers a railway around the site as well as show feedings and air shows. The visitors who climb the 45-metre-high Elbe observation tower are rewarded with a breathtaking view over the whole city.


26,0 km away
A A grey bridge, the skyline of Hamburg and in the background the sun sets in pink-orange.
Wilhelmsburg Loop - Cycle Route

If you start at the hotel, take the road down to Landungsbrücken and into the old Elbe tunnel. Once on the other side, cross the Argentina Bridge in the direction of Klützjenfelder Straße. Follow your nose until you reach the Wilhelmsberger Loop. It connects parks, the industrial facet of Wilhelmsburg and the port of Hamburg. A long, flat route that is well signposted takes you across the Dockville grounds, where numerous festivals take place in summer, to Wilhelmsburg Inselpark. On the right side of the loop is the Energy Hill. To top it off, here you not only have a magnificent view over Hamburg, but also receive information about renewable energy. You return to the hotel via the loop through Wilhelmsburg and the old Elbe tunnel.

Click here and off you go to the Wilhemsburg Loop!

Photo: ©Mediaserver Hamburg

16,0 km away
The interior of the Xeom Restaurant is furnished with tables and chairs.
Restaurants, Outdoor

One of the most authentic Vietnamese restaurants in Hamburg is the Xeom, which is located in the beautiful Karoviertel. The restaurant is designed in a typical Vietnamese style with small tables and simple decor in an industrial-chic setting. The tasty, traditional food is well suited for a small budget even though the prices are a little bit higher than those in Vietnam, but it is still a great and affordable option!

Photo: ©Empire Riverside Hotel

2,0 km away
The interior of the Zuckermonarchie café in very light colours.

The Zuckermonarchie is just around the corner, making it a sweet temptation for us during our daily lunchbreaks. The name is very fitting to the offer – at the “sugar monarchy” you will find various types of tartes, cupcakes, macarons and many more lovely treats filled with sugar and love.
Tip: Book in advance and spent the afternoon with an authentic traditional British tea time.

Photo: ©Felix Matthies

285 m away
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