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Hamburg Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
1st December 2020 by PommieTravelsIs Hamburg an expensive city to visit?
Hamburg is Germany’s second-biggest city, though it’s overshadowed by Munich’s and Berlin’s tourism drive. It’s a modern city rebuilt after it got destroyed in WWII, and there are plenty of various vibes compared to traditional and stereotypical old-fashioned Germany. Despite being modern, the city has preserved tons of its ancient-world charms. ...
17th August 2020 by Budget TravellerCoronavirus diaries: Hamburg, once again
August 2020. We’ve come almost full circle since last summer. The year has been the most extraordinary and craziest year in life. In uncertain times like this, it is important to pause. Reflect. Hold onto the memories of happier times and people. The friends we made along the way during our travels. The memorable meals and of course the wonderful company, with whom, we’ve shared those meals.The long serendipitous days of travel when you carve a line through an unknown city and create your...
3rd May 2020 by Charlie, DistractedA solo traveller’s guide to visiting Christmas Markets in Germany
It’s that time of year where a whole heap of us are tempted by cheap flights and the need to use up the last of our annual leave and head to central Europe for a festive fix. I LOVE Christmas and all the mulled-flavoured, pine-scented, sparkly-decorated joy it brings, and nowhere does that better than a Christmas Market in Germany. Replicated in countries all over the world, the originals obviously do it best, and having visited my first one in Frankfurt in 2015, I’ve been itching to go...
24th May 2019 by Charlie, DistractedCool hunting in Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg is having a moment. After years of living in the shadow of its big brother Berlin, Germany’s second city is becoming THE a weekend break of choice. It has the classic elements of a great trip to Europe: a fascinating history, beautiful architecture, and a couple of gloriously ridiculous tourist traps (l can promise you that spending a couple of hours in the insanity that is Miniatur Wunderland* is absolutely money well spent), but dig just slightly under the obvious Trip Advisor...
3rd May 2020 by Budget TravellerOne city, many flavours: 11 of Hamburg’s best food hotspots
Do you like to explore cities through your stomach? Great. You’re reading the right blog! You should definitely consider Hamburg as the venue for your next foodie shortbreak in 2019. Nicknamed the ”Gateway to the World” (Tor zur Welt) the port city of Hamburg enjoys the rich presence of over 180 nationalities from across the world which has resulted in a cornucopia and melting pot of culture, traditions and flavours. With over 104 districts to explore, each neighbourhood of Hmaburg offers...