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If you’re after a city with bags of style, romantic riverside walks and some of Europe’s most eclectic architecture then look no further than Hamburg. 

Hamburg might not be the largest city in Germany, but it is certainly its wealthiest. And while Berlin and Munich typically get more attention, Hamburg is a sparkling and lively port town with a character all of its own.

Dating back to a 9th century fortress built by the Emperor Charlemagne, today it’s a cultural centre which boasts a high number of large world class museums and galleries, top notch theatre productions and pumping music venues. 

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easyJet holidays to Hamburg

Your easyJet experience doesn’t need to end once you arrive in Hamburg. easyJet holidays offers great value package holidays to Hamburg, so you can explore this eclectic North-German city with confidence that you won’t be missing out on any hidden treasures. From romantic riverside walks along the Elbe, surrounded by the city’s mix of modern and medieval architecture, to the hustle and bustle of the floating docks with their have-to-try fresh fish rolls. A city break to Hamburg is perfect. As well as getting you there for a great deal, easyJet holidays can offer you the perfect package to explore Germany’s second-largest city.

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Sightseeing


Check out the St Peter's Basilica, a stunning miniature model that features in the city's Miniatur Wunderland. The new Italy section opened in late September 2016, and it's difficult not to get some joy out of this tiny, incredibly detailed parallel universe. http://www.miniatur-wunderland.com/


The Hamburger Kunsthalle hosts the big “Dalí, Ernst, Miró, Magritte...” exhibition from 7 October. It presents 150 masterpieces of Surrealism from four major European private collections of the 20th century. Yes, there are the biggies, notably the iconic red lips sofa by Salvador Dalí, but also works by lesser known surrealists such as Leonora Carrington and Dorothea Tanning. (www.hamburger-kunsthalle.de)

Key Areas


Eight years ago Hamburg's Gängeviertel area was in danger of being almost completely demolished. Now, thanks to a local initiative, Gängeviertel is a place of arts and culture, packed with galleries, workshops and studios. Try one of the guided walking tours of the neighbourhood (email: rundgaenge@das-gaengeviertel.info) or simply wander the streets and explore the Gängeviertel's alternative spirit. http://das-gaengeviertel.info/


With some Christmas markets opening as early as 17 November, there's no excuse not to sample some Glühwein (mulled wine) before the first snow has fallen. Hamburg has markets galore, all over town and it's difficult to pick “the best”. There's the historical one, set against the stunning backdrop of the town hall, the raunchy one in St Pauli (parts of it are already open on 26 Oct), the ones with a bit of maritime flair on the Fleetinsel and in Hafencity, the posh one on Hamburg's upmarket Jungfernstieg or the oldest in the Harburg borough south of the centre.

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