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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.
Zoo and Tropical Aquarium Hagenbeck
Tigers, elephants, penguins from the Antarctic ocean and exotic animals in a tropical aquarium – in Hamburg’s biggest zoo, you can find over 200 different animal species in innovative and memorable compounds. This location also offers a view ‘under water’, where you can admire sharks, tropical fish and living corals.
Trip to the Region Altes Land
Just outside Hamburg lies the region Altes Land, known as the largest contiguous fruit-growing area in Northern Europe. Settlers created this flourishing landscape 800 years ago, and today it is a popular vacation and excursion destination.
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.
Discover Speicherstadt and HafenCity
The latest landmark of Hamburg, the ‘Elbphilharmonie’ shows up with its rolling roof and shining facade directly in the west of ‘Hafencity’ and attracts many visitors daily. The special glass front with its bowing, printed elements makes the building resemble a huge crystal that reflects all the colours and lights from the sky, the water and the city. On the platform, you can experience a 360° view over Hamburg (for free) or you can enjoy an outstanding concert in one of the specially dressed concert halls.
Experience the third biggest harbour of Europe with its historical ‘Speicherstadt‘ the world’s biggest storehouse complex. Since 1991, the ‘Speicherstadt’ has been a protected monument and is part of UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage. Enjoy the special atmosphere by taking part in a harbour boat trip through several bridges and town canals.
In beautiful contrast to the historical Speicherstadt is the HafenCity. It has been Europe’s biggest recent city development project , and it compels viewers with its innovative architecture. Here, on an area of 157 hectares, a lively city with maritime flair is being created, combining working, living, culture, leisure, tourism and retail areas.
Port of Hamburg
The Port of Hamburg is the largest seaport in Germany and the third largest in Europe. You can best admire the hustle and bustle around the Port, the Elbe and its canals from the water with a harbor tour.
Exclusive Park Hyatt Hamburg – Experiences
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Discover local produce and local flavors with the Apples' chef. Accompany him on his walk through the weekly market and come into contact with farmers and producers from the north and find out which criteria are decisive for our chef when selecting his suppliers. Afterwards, you will cook together at Apples Restaurant and take a seat at the chef’s table as a VIP guest. Duration of the tour: about three hours. You can get an insight into the tour in our video at the link below.
Learn interesting background information about the extraordinary architecture of Hamburg. Hamburg-based expert Tomas Kaiser takes you on a journey to the historic Speicherstadt and UNESCO Heritage. Hear interesting anecdotes and stories about the vivid merchant history. The highlight of the tour is the visit to the Elbphilharmonie with many interesting insider stories. Duration of the tour: about three hours. You can get an insight into the tour in our video at the link below.
Maritime Fresh Air in Hamburg
The Outer Alster & Binnenalster
The Outer Alster, in the center of Hamburg, is one of the most popular local recreation areas in the city. The varied walk along the banks offers a lot of greenery, stylish villas and beautiful views and is popular with walkers and joggers alike. A little more of the metropolitan bustle can be found at the Binnenalster, the smaller, southern part of the Alstersee. Around the Binnenalster there are many stores, various commercial buildings and historical buildings.
Blankenese is one of the most beautiful parts of town and, especially in summer, is reminiscent of a mixture of Scandinavian and Mediterranean vacation paradise. The former fishing village with its exciting history has developed over time into one of the most prosperous quarters of the city. Between many greens and hilly streets you can admire old half-timbered houses and thatched houses, magnificent villas and mansions.
The Elbstrand (Elbe beach) can be reached quickly from the city center. In summer it becomes an oasis for sun worshippers, families, runners and sportsmen. During the colder months, you can enjoy extensive walks on the beach. Enjoy the great view of the Elbe from one of the many restaurants around the Elbstrand.
Planten un Blomen
Planten un Blomen is a green oasis in the middle of the city with various show gardens, sculptures, plant worlds and playgrounds. The park looks back on 200 years of history and has been a delight for young and old ever since. It is worth a visit at any time of the year.
Art Scene Hamburg
Hamburger Art Hall
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.
Bucerius Kunstforum shows art from antiquity to classic modernity.
Deichtorhallen: International Art and Photography
One of the biggest exhibition halls for contemporary art and photography in Hamburg is the Deichtorhallen. With its open steel-glass architecture, the historical building attracts visitors for exhibitions of both photography and current art.
The Kunsthaus Hamburg is a center for contemporary art and is centrally located between the main train station and Deichtorhallen. In the former market hall, five to eight changing individual and group exhibitions of current visual art and related disciplines are presented on 500 sq m.
The Falckenberg Collection
The Falckenberg Collection of the Deichtorhallen comprises about 2,000 works of contemporary art with a focus on German and American contemporary art of the last 30 years. The private collection of the lawyer and entrepreneur Harald Falckenberg is one of the best in the world.
The Kunst-Imbiss is an outpatient art supply and offers art lovers and those who still have a little contact with art, art at hand. The Kunst-Imbiss is on the road in various places and offers an exciting spectrum of different art styles: Drawing, painting, ready-mades up to photography and experimental film.
Exclusive Shopping Tips
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.
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.
The ‘Mönckebergstraße’ is one of the main shopping streets in Hamburg. It is located in the centre between the main hall and the main station and has a history of over 100 years. The Mönckebergstraße is right next to the ‘Levantehaus’ where Park Hyatt Hamburg is situated, and offers all known brands as well as a large selection of restaurants.
Lange Reihe in Sankt Georg
You will find this colorful shopping street close to the main train station in the relaxed, alternative district of Sankt Georg, offering many small stores and an extraordinary range of goods, from ethnic fashion, arts and crafts, furniture from the Far East to concept stores and fine boutiques. Along the shopping street, there are also many cafés and a rich gastronomic offer.