Here's another recommendation for all visitors to Hamburg and lovers of fish (buns): Fischmarkt Bistro at Grosse Elbstrasse. Traditional and quaint, just typical Hamburg. But also the best fish burgers around.
Fancy some great wine from Germany? Weinkeller Duenker is the oldest wine shop in Frankfurt. Try Geil’s Riesling next time you visit Mainhatten. Thanks to our colleague Julia for sharing her special place.
No other place radiates so much energy and joie de vivre as the Vienna Prater. But did you know that the among tourists well-known Prater is actually only a small part of a large natural park? Here time flies while spending pleasurable hours with fun entertainment or while relaxing in the great outdoors.
Want to be a real Hamburg insider? Check out Park Café at the Schanzenviertel. Cross-cultural freestyle kitchen, a fusion of californian, mexican, european and asian cooking styles in a peaceful and cosy ambience. Need more tipps? Ask Marten, our concierge at the 25hours Hotel HafenCity. He knows all the hidden highlights.
meet meat. Did you know that Frankfurt has more to offer than banks and skyscrapers? Check out the Kleinmarkthalle. Here you can find many local, traditional and international specialities. Simply taste, enjoy and linger.
Ok, we know many famous Hamburg dishes like Hamburger Pannfisch or Labskaus (Have you ever tried it?), but these are not suitable for take away. So what should a sailor eat when he arrives in Hamburg? For sure a great Fischbroetchen (Fish roll). After personal testing the best ones can be found at Bruecke 10/Landungsbrücken, at the Strandperle or at Grosse Haie – Kleine Fische next to the Reeperbahn.