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Emergency calls:

Emergency: 112
Emergency medical service: 228022 (around the clock)
Emergency surgery: Stresemannstraße 54, Mon-Tue, Thu-Fri 19.00-24.00, Wed 13.00-24.00, Sat/Sun 07.00-24.00 o`clock
Dental emergency service: 0180/5050518
Veterinary Emergency: 434379
Pharmacy emergency service: 01805/938888

Getting there - by car
North-south link through the A7 (Flensburg-Hannover/Kassel); from East and West via the A1 (Lübeck and Bremen), from Berlin via the A24, from Heide/Husum via the A23. On the A7 there is a risk of congestion at peak traffic times at the Elbtunnel. You find the parking guidance system under http://www.parkinfo.com.

Getting there - by train

Hamburg has four railway stations: Central Station (connection to all subway and suburban trains), Dammtor (CCH), Altona and Harburg. Hamburg is connected to all major cities by ICE trains. The journey from Frankfurt is 3 and a half hours, 5-6 hours from Munich, from Berlin 1 and a half hours

Getting there - by plane

The airport Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel is served by many international carriers, plus some low-cost airlines. Timetable-info: Phone 50750 | http://www.airport.de. The City is easily reached by public transport: buses run at ten minute intervals, e.g. to the subway station Ohlsdorf. The Airport Express (from 5 Euro, every 15 minutes) goes to the central station. A taxi into the city takes about 20 minutes and costs 18-22 Euro.


Code for Hamburg: 040

Public transport
The Hamburger Verkehrsverbund (HVV) has an excellent network of public transport. Single, day and group tickets (they also apply to the Elbe ferries of the HVV) are available for all routes at the automats. On weekends and public holidays, the Metro buses, suburban trains and underground trains go around the clock. With the Hamburg-Card (also at automats) you get to the HVV-ride discounts at museums, theaters, restaurants and sightseeing-trips: Day ticket (1 adult / 3 children) 8 Euro, group ticket (5 people
) 11,80 Euro, three-day pass 18 Euro (29,80 Euro for groups). Telephone schedule information of the HVV: Phone 19449. More info: http://www.hvv.de

Reports - Hamburg Tourism

PO Box 102249 | 20015 Hamburg | Hotline 040/30051300 | Mon-Sat 09.00-19.00 o`clock | http://www.hamburg-tourismus.de

Reports - Tourist Information

Main station | Exit Kirchenallee | Mon-Sat 08.00-21.00, Sun 10.00-18.00 o`clock

St. Pauli landing bridges (between bridge 4 and 5) | Mon/Wed/Sun 08.00-18.00, Tue/Thu-Sat 08.00-19.00 o`clock
(Apr-Oct), daily 10.00-18.00 o`clock (Nov-Mar)

Airport | Terminal 1 and 2, Arrival-area | daily 6-23 o`clock


Taxi center: Phone 441011 | The taxi: Phone 611122 | Hansa radio taxi: Phone 211211 | Taxi Hamburg: Phone 666666


Kurt Collien | Eppendorfer Baum 25 | Phone 483390
Konzertkasse Gerdes | Rothenbaumchaussee 77 | Phone 45035060
Kartenhaus | Schanzenstraße 5 | Phone 01805/969000
Konzertkasse main station | at the Tourist Information | Mon-Fri 08.00-21.00, Sat/Sun 10.00-18.00 o`clock | Phone 32873854
Hamburg hotline for event-tickets | Phone 30051300

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