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Hamburg is the main port town of Germany and the second largest city in the country, also known as the "Venice of the North '. You can shop in the bustling city centre; step into the infamous Reeperbahn, home to the city’s nightlife; and a cruise along the high, red brick warehouses which are located directly on the water.
In the city centre of Hamburg, made up by the Altstadt (Old Town) and Neustadt (New Town), you will find hotels ranging from the mid-level to luxury range (three to five star). Choose a hotel in the vibrant centre and visit the Mönckebergstrasse (the main street), walk to the Rathausmarkt and check out the 19th Century town hall.
St. Pauli’s is the city’s entertainment and nightlife district. Visit the Reeperbahn; the main street is full of bars and clubs, and you’ll also find cheaper accommodation in the form of hostels and two star hotels.
East of the city centre is St. Georg; a hip and lively neighbourhood that is on the rise. The Lange Reihe is one of the main streets; with its cool cafés, it typifies the change that that’s happening in the neighbourhood. Book a hotel on the street or choose accommodation that’s within walking distance. There’s plenty around here, ranging from one star guesthouses, three star boutique hotels and even a five star hotel, complete with an indoor pool and a full-service spa.
Altona is a colourful, multicultural neighbourhood where you’ll find people from all walks of life. Stroll the streets and browse the quaint boutiques selling fashionable clothing and check out the organic supermarkets. The hotel offerings are diverse. Here you’ll find two, three and four star hotels.