Area Attractions

Enjoy a wide range of activities in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg, which offers a multitude of interesting sights and cultural attractions. If you are feeling adventurous, the City of Hamburg is teeming with a colourful variety of fascinating sightseeing and cultural attractions. Located in the heart of the city centre, in the historical "Levantehaus" our Hamburg luxury hotel is just a short, scenic stroll from Alster Lake, the vibrant Mönckebergstrasse shopping district and the exclusive design stores of Neuer Wall.

Other must-see attractions include the Reeperbahn nightlife district, the striking architecture of HafenCity with the impressive Elbphilharmonie concert hall - the new landmark of Hamburg and the historical warehouse district, located on the city’s picturesque waterfront.

Please contact our concierge at or +49 40 3332 1234 to make a reservation.

Park Hyatt Hamburg

Bugenhagenstrasse 8
Hamburg, Germany, 20095



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Explore Hamburg as a Globetrotter

What to see: Hamburg Sailing Trip

Become a seaman and discover Hamburg on the Alster River onboard a small sailing boat. You will pass green parks and historical landmarks and you can even see the town hall as well as the Elbphilharmonie from a distance. A big adventure on a sailing cutter from the sixties.

What to know: Hafencity and Speicherstadt

Discover the third largest harbor in Europe with its historical Speicherstadt, the modern HafenCity as well as Hamburg´s new landmark: Elbphilharmonie. During a private tour you will learn fascinating facts about the coffee roasters or Messmer tea house and about the passing ships.

Where to eat: For seafood lovers and foodies

Fischereihafen Hamburg: Shellfish in the classy atmosphere of Altona Fisch Market, T: +49 40 38 1816. Rive Restaurant: Fish and seafood at Altona Fisch Market with a harbor view, T: +49 40 380 5919. Apples Restaurant: Innovative and regional dishes near HafenCity, T: +49 40 3332 1771.

What to bring home: Kitbag from Hamburg

You can pick up a tasteful memory of the Hanseatic city directly from a visit to Speicherstadt. The exclusive kitbags, which combine high quality foods, offer a memory of the sailors far away as well as every other gourmet.

Concert Halls


This spectacular new concert hall with a glass façade was designed by the Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. It is a significant architectural and musical landmark of Hamburg.

Barclaycard Arena

Concerts of famous rock and pop stars, ice hockey, handball matches, grand operas, and musical productions take place here.

Museums and Galleries

City Hall

The city hall was built between 1886 and 1897 and is made of sandstone with a typical green copper roof. The senate held meetings here, as well as the citizens. Guided tours are offered daily.

Hamburger Kunsthalle

Hamburger Kunsthalle presents artwork from the 14th century to today. Works of important masters like Betram, Rembrandt, Philipp Otto Runge, Eduard Manet, Max Liebermann, and David Hockney are all present. In addition to the permanent collection, regularly changing exhibitions take place.


The 125-year-old waxworks museum shows popular and infamous personalities from around the world, cast in wax in full size.



Park Hyatt Hamburg is located in one of the most beautiful historical buildings in Hamburg – the Levantehaus. Built in 1912 by architect Franz Bach, the Deutsche Levante Line had their residence in the building and as their ships rode “levante” (toward the sun), the rising sun is the trademark of the Levantehaus nowadays. From 1995 to 1997 the building was reconstructed completely and converted into an exclusive shopping passage. In 1998 Park Hyatt Hamburg opened its doors inside the passage which is still owned by the Bach family. The Levante passage invites you to stroll around in 40 exclusive shops and have a rest in first-class restaurants as well as cafés.

Neuer Wall

Within walking distance of Park Hyatt Hamburg, you will find one of the most exclusive shopping streets in Hamburg, the Neue Wall. It extends from Jungfernstieg to Stadthausbrücke and is home to several famous designers and luxury brands. No matter if you are looking for fashion, jewelry, shoes or furniture: the Neue Wall is THE spot for luxury shopping in Hamburg. Our Hanseatic city combines tradition and innovation by offering flagship stores of international brands as well as the traditional brands of Hamburg.

Europa Passage

Opened in 2006, the Europa passage is home to 120 businesses covering 30,000 square meters.

Family Activities

Miniature Wonderland

One of Hamburg’s smallest but most popular attractions is Miniature Wonderland in the historical warehouse district of Speicherstadt. The world in the form of the biggest model railroads is shown at the visitors’ feet at a scale of 1:87 on approximately 6500 square meters.

Maritime Museum

On nine exhibition decks at Kaispeicher B, tales will be told from discoverers and conquerors, captains and sailors—a journey through 3,000 years.

Zoo and Tropical Aquarium Hagenbeck

Experience elephants, giraffes, and tigers, or wonder at the world of sharks, tropical fish, and living coral. With more than 1,850 animals, Zoo Hagenbeck is one of the finest privately managed zoos in the world.


Chocoholics welcome! At CHOCOVERSUM, you discover the secret of the world´s finest chocolates with all your senses. You’ll take a guided tour that leads from the cocoa tree to freshly wrapped chocolates.