to the state-of-the-art Elbephilhamonie sitting on the bank of the Elbe river
But there is a lot more awaiting the visitor in this surprising, welcoming port that seems more Scandinavian than German.The cuisine ranges from the humble but delicious Curry Wurst and traditional Fish Sandwich with herrings and a cold beer
And then there is the exquisite 3 Star Michelin cuisine of Kevin Fehling at his exclusive 20 seat restaurant The Table
And while the immense Unesco World Heritage docks of this historic Hanseatic port may seem sombre during the day…………
the city comes to life at night through till early morning Sunday morning market at the Old Fishmarket where the entertainment is provided by noisy street traders and rockabilly groups playing dance music through till midday
and when it comes to drinking, Hamburg the best hipster barista cafe at Elbgold, brilliant craft beer pubs like Altes Madchen, cool cocktail lounges such as The Walrus and wine bars serving surprising vintages from Germany’s vineyards…..
Lots of Tourism info available at www.hamburg-travel.com while bloggers can check www.cometohamburg.com