Hamburg Hotel Shuttles
HAM airport hotel transfers
As a major port city of north Germany, Hamburg offers a rich cultural opportunities ranging from shop-lined canals to historic redbricks converted to trendy museums and hotels. Famous for its downtown lakes and large river flow, the city is in no shortage of scenic waterside hangouts, and with a vast U and S-Bahn transport system in place, guests will have no trouble arriving to the bustling international crowds of two Congress Centers, or the even busier Hamburg Airport on the far south side. Although public transportation is timely and reliable, it still doesn’t offer total freedom - enjoy self-guided tours of the city by booking a personal ride instead, choosing between easygoing sedans, SUVs and chartered buses for total control, or convenient meet-and-greet services for taxi and limousine drop offs.
Once transportation is taken care of, look forward to various neighborhoods perfect for settling down, whether that means discovering one of Hafen City’s many canal-lined stays that include ibis Hotel Hamburg City’s modern rooms, or want to keep close to the passerby surrounding Hamburg Central Station via upscale business choices such as Boutique 020. Those looking to keep close to the waters of Alster Lake will have a variety of options in the easterly St George neighborhood as well, some of the most popular being the elegant Le Méridien Hamburg as well as the trendy Barceló. And for those more interested in the western greenery of Altona, go for a handful of stays that include modest cobblestoned alleys around Hotel Hamburg Altona as well as the chain familiarity of Hotel NH Hamburg Altona.
From quick business trips to long-lasting vacations, having fun in Hamburg is as easy as following the flow of the Elbe River. Popular waterside attractions include Fischauktionshalle Victorian-era Sunday markets held on cobblestone streets and beneath old glass roofs, while the famous U-Boat Museum offers intimate tours through a real Soviet submarine. Vast cathedrals also make up the city’s inner circle, from the landmark clock tower attached to St. Michael’s Church to the observation lookouts atop the partially destroyed St. Nikolai Memorial. A handful of exhibits and museums also make leisure time easy, whether it’s the astoundingly large nautical-themed collections held at the International Maritime Museum or intensely small cities and at Miniatur Wunderland. And of course, no trip to Hamburg would be complete without a sit down at its most famous restaurants, one of the most beloved being Frau Moeller for its affordable and hefty German dishes.