Hamburg is a city of 1million and has plenty of life outside of the city centre. We think you’ll really enjoy Hamburg if you grab a bike or take the metro out into the suburbs
On the northern side of the lake, a small strip of shops, restaurants and cafes that attract a upper class crowd.
Grungy and a mix of many things from hipsters to families to ethnic crowds. Loads of boutique shops, cafes, restaurants scattered amongst the neighbourhood.
A street close to central city with cool boutique shops, cafes and restuarants. It’s one of those streets that has been civilised but with graffiti preserved to give it a grungy feeling. The shops and cafes attract a young professional crowd and there are plenty of places with outdoor seating or terraces.
An expansive inner city of shops. Hamburg is one of the wealthiest cities in Germany so you’ll find a big range of pretty expensive shops including the more boutique like BCBG, 7 for mankind, Acne, etc.
The shopping is pretty damn good.
To the western side of the Altona station is a mix of cool urban cafes and shops
Far out to the West of the city on the river. A relatively posh suburb and everything you’d expect to serve these people a bit out of the main centre.