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Speicherstadt Kaffeerösterei

Few people give a thought to the dark drink that opens their eyes every morning. The Speicherstadt Kaffeerösterei is devoted entirely to the enjoyment of coffee and allows visitors to try its aromatically roasted products. With any luck, those who drink a small cup of coffee here in the guest room can also observe how the beans are roasted. For the roasting plant is situated right next to the guest area and is put into operation on request.

Altona Fish Market

A real institution in Hamburg, this traditional fish market has taken place every Sunday morning since 1703. Nowadays, market-goers can purchase much more than just fish: livestock, exotic plants and a whole range of bric-a-brac are sold by the cheery stallholders. The market is also a great place for a fishy breakfast: pale-faced, all-night party goers and rosy-cheeked early risers meet here early in the morning to line their stomachs and catch a beautiful, maybe even sunny, view of the River Elbe.


This traditional department store facing lake Alster is an institution in itself- selling just about everything there is to sell. It has all kinds of products on offer, ranging from stationery to fashion apparel from the store's brands and famous designers to carpets. The upper floor of this traditional stylish department store is known as 'the paradise for bon viveurs'. A delicatessen with the finest goods from all over the world is located here and there is hardly anything missing from the impressive range of products. The highly-praised wine department has wines from leading wine exporting countries like Italy and France and also exotic South American and Australian wines.


One of the main shopping streets in the city, the Mönckebergstraße or “Mö” as it is referred to as is a place to see and be seen. Named after the mayor who oversaw the building work in 1908, it links the Rathausmarkt with the main railway station. Lined with imposing office buildings made of brick or sandstone, the road is also home to two of Hamburg's most important churches (St. Petri Kirche and St. Jacobi Kirche), the Mönckebrunnen fountain and the Levantehaus, a traditional Kontorhaus-turned-shopping center, which also houses the exclusive Park Hyatt hotel.


The style of this little arcade was inspired by Venetian architecture and is one of Hamburg's most familiar sights. After the 1842 fire destroyed the greater part of the city, the architect Alexis de Chateauneuf redesigned the centre. The arcades, which were incorporated into his plans, stand elegantly. They are lit by wrought iron lamps at night and the railings at the waterfront are intricately designed. Another fire during New Year's Eve 1989/90 destroyed parts of the arcade but they were quickly rebuilt faithful to their original design.

Europa Passage

Opened in 2006, the Europa Passage is a huge mall located at the center of Hamburg. The mall is five stories high, accommodates over 100 stores and is as vast as 30,000 square meters (322,917 square feet). The magnificent architecture of the mall gives it the appearance of a luxury cruise ship. Prestigious brands such as H&M, Tom Taylor, Levis, Milano and many more occupy the spaces at the Europa Passage. The mall is also a perfect destination to shop for groceries, technical equipment, and much more. Additionally, Europa Passage houses the Walentowski-Galerie where one can applaud the original works of Udo Lindenberg.

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