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3 Nights 4 Star Hamburg break with Flights and Breakfast

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3 Nights 4 Star Hamburg break with Flights and Breakfast

‘Hamburg's historic label, ‘The gateway to the world’, might be a bold claim, but Germany’s second-largest city and biggest port has never been shy.’ Lonely Planet

Overview

Hamburg certainly has much to boast about. The Elbe Rivers’ connection to the North Atlantic made Hamburg a major trade hub in the Middle Ages, and before the Unification of Germany in 1871, Hamburg was a fully sovereign state. The trading history of Hamburg is reflected in the canals that criss-cross the city landscape, the old warehouses of Cremon and Speicherstadt, and the 17th-century townhouses on Deichstrasse. However, the modern Hamburg is something entirely different. From the kookily wonderful Miniatur Wunderland the largest model railway system in the world, to the cacophonous glory that is Reeperbahn the old sailors red light district, transformed into a street of high-class restaurants, cabarets, theatres, art galleries, bars and clubs. Then you have the ground breaking technology of the Old Elbe Tunnel, and the gleaming postmodern glass facades of modern Hamburg side by side with Baroque Churches, parkland, and the natural beauty of Inner Alster Lake, making Hamburg a city of contrasts.

Hamburg, like most German cities, has an efficient public transport system, as well as a public bicycle rental featuring seven gear bikes for hire and an incredibly reasonable price to match; first 30 minutes are free.  Food is truly international, however, in the true maritime fashion, you will find the local dishes feature plenty of fish, and most importantly plenty of local beer, some of it still brewed in the old brewing quarters from the Middle Ages.

As an all year round destination, Hamburg has plenty to offer visitors. In saying that, Christmas is a wonderful time to visit. The German Christmas Markets are very famous, and the ones in Hamburg do not disappoint. You will find old fashioned carousels, gingerbread from Nuremberg, woodcarvers from The Tyrol with hand crafted Christmas decorations, mugs of gluhwein (spiced wine), bakers from Aachen with their famous ‘printen’ cookies, as well as silversmiths and craftspeople from all over Germany selling their wares or inviting you to simply soak up the joyous atmosphere.

What's Included:

Breakfast included throughout the trip

  • Return flights from UK
  • 3 Nights in 4 Star Hotel Panorama Billstedt
  • Bed & Breakfast

Holiday Highlights:

Hamburg--one of the most spectacular cities in Germany

  • The joy of Miniatur Wunderland the largest model railway system in the world
  • Reeperbahn the eclectic street that has juicy cabarets next to high end eateries
  • The Elbe Tunnel built in 1911 and the technological marvel of its day
  • Speicherstadt, the city of warehouses, and the largest warehouse district in the world
  • Alster Lake dotted with sailing boats that can be hired. If you are lucky in the winter it will freeze over and you can walk on it.
  • The Medieval parts of the city
  • The gleaming glass architecture of The Dockland
  • The Baroque Churches
  • Over one hundred canals can be used to explore the old and new Hamburg
  • The Christmas Markets that attract marvellous artisans, and the wondrous traveller alike

What's Included:

Breakfast included throughout the trip

  • Return flights from UK
  • 3 Nights in 4 Star Hotel Panorama Billstedt
  • Bed & Breakfast
Duration:
4 Days / 3 Nights
Meal Plan:
Bed & Breakfast
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Hamburg certainly has much to boast about. The Elbe Rivers’ connection to the North Atlantic made Hamburg a major trade hub in the Middle Ages, and before the Unification of Germany in 1871, Hamburg was a fully sovereign state. The trading history of Hamburg is reflected in the canals that criss-cross the city landscape, the old warehouses of Cremon and Speicherstadt, and the 17th-century townhouses on Deichstrasse. However, the modern Hamburg is something entirely different. From the kookily wonderful Miniatur Wunderland the largest model railway system in the world, to the cacophonous glory that is Reeperbahn the old sailors red light district, transformed into a street of high-class restaurants, cabarets, theatres, art galleries, bars and clubs. Then you have the ground breaking technology of the Old Elbe Tunnel, and the gleaming postmodern glass facades of modern Hamburg side by side with Baroque Churches, parkland, and the natural beauty of Inner Alster Lake, making Hamburg a city of contrasts.

Hamburg, like most German cities, has an efficient public transport system, as well as a public bicycle rental featuring seven gear bikes for hire and an incredibly reasonable price to match; first 30 minutes are free.  Food is truly international, however, in the true maritime fashion, you will find the local dishes feature plenty of fish, and most importantly plenty of local beer, some of it still brewed in the old brewing quarters from the Middle Ages.

As an all year round destination, Hamburg has plenty to offer visitors. In saying that, Christmas is a wonderful time to visit. The German Christmas Markets are very famous, and the ones in Hamburg do not disappoint. You will find old fashioned carousels, gingerbread from Nuremberg, woodcarvers from The Tyrol with hand crafted Christmas decorations, mugs of gluhwein (spiced wine), bakers from Aachen with their famous ‘printen’ cookies, as well as silversmiths and craftspeople from all over Germany selling their wares or inviting you to simply soak up the joyous atmosphere.

Hamburg--one of the most spectacular cities in Germany

  • The joy of Miniatur Wunderland the largest model railway system in the world
  • Reeperbahn the eclectic street that has juicy cabarets next to high end eateries
  • The Elbe Tunnel built in 1911 and the technological marvel of its day
  • Speicherstadt, the city of warehouses, and the largest warehouse district in the world
  • Alster Lake dotted with sailing boats that can be hired. If you are lucky in the winter it will freeze over and you can walk on it.
  • The Medieval parts of the city
  • The gleaming glass architecture of The Dockland
  • The Baroque Churches
  • Over one hundred canals can be used to explore the old and new Hamburg
  • The Christmas Markets that attract marvellous artisans, and the wondrous traveller alike

The Panorama is a classic modern, top-class hotel. This hotel provides a stylish base in the quiet Billstedt district of Hamburg. Just 12 minutes to Hamburg’s city centre, the hotel Panorama Billstedt welcomes its guests in a classic hanseatic tradition.

Altogether there are 111 comfortable double rooms, spacious family rooms as well as two elegant suites with traditional English-style furniture. All rooms offer WiFi, room service, and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Other amenities available to guests include hair dryers, showers, and phones.

Breakfasts are available at the Panorama Billstedt. Fine dining is available in the bistro, and drinks can be enjoyed at the hotel bar. At the end of the day the hanseatic atmosphere of our bar Clipper-Lounge will help you enjoy a fresh beer drawn from the keg or a cocktail.

A wide range of shops and boutiques can be explored in the Billstedt Center, just 199 m from the Billstedt Panorama.

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  • We recommend that you buy a travel Insurance as any costs incurred due to mishaps, strikes, political unrest etc. are not included and will be passenger’s responsibility.
  • Accommodation will be on twin sharing basis unless otherwise stated
  • The package is non-refundable for any inclusion items not used/taken
  • Anything not included in the package will be charged separately
  • All of our travel arrangements and fares are subject to availability. Once a confirmation invoice has been issued the price shown on that invoice may only vary as outlined below or if you amend your booking.
  • In some cities, local government taxes are charged by hotels as a result of government policy and are not payable by us. These are payable locally by you directly to the hotel, and are not included in the price of your package or travel arrangements.
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  • Tips, bar, laundry, telephone calls and other personal expenses not specified above.
  • Early Check in / Late Check out.

Price per adult :from £179

Duration:
4 Days / 3 Nights
Meal Plan:
Bed & Breakfast
Dates Between:
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Choose your Departure Airport:

See full availability

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*Prices from and subject to availability
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