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Something different

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20UP

The bar in the "Empire" hotel (20th Floor) is 21 meters long and thus one of the longest in the city. The view from the seven-meter high panoramic windows is simply superb.
Almost none of the guests can avert his eyes from the whirl in the harbor, 90 meter among them. The cocktails are okay, but the view is definitely worth. Dress: smart and casual

Opening hours: Mon-Thu & Sun: 18.00-02.00, Fri-Sat 18.00-03.00 o`clock
Address: Bernhard-Nocht-Straße 97
Phone: 3111970470
Web: http://www.empire-riverside.de/
Getting there: City-train (S1): Reeperbahn


Breakfast for everyone

At Erikas Eck, early birds, taxi drivers and night owls are meeting by Hackbrötchen, latte, or they just order a juicy steak. No one is leaving hungry!


Opening hours: Sun-Thu 17.00-14.00, Fri 17.00-9:00, Sat 17.00-09.00 o`clock
Address: Sternstraße 98
Phone: 433545
Web: http://www.erikas-eck.de

Getting there: Subway (U3), City-train (S11, 21, 31): Sternschanze

Canoe tour

From the water, you can observe the white villas best, maybe inclusive celebrities. At Kübis boathouse.

Opening hours:
Apr-Oct, daily 09.00-22.00 o`clock
Address: Poßmoorweg 46e
Fees: canoes from 7 Euro
Phone: 2796741
Web: -
Getting there: Subway (U3): Borgweg


Dancing at sunset

Romantic flair is arising, when you observe the sunset from the terrace of the beach clubs, which is staining the Elbe in red color. On Tuesdays, tango is announced and couples are dancing the sun.

Opening hours
(May-Oct): Mon-Thu 12.00-23.00, Fri-Sat 12.00-24.00, Sun 10.00-23.00 o`clock
Address: St.-Pauli-Hafenstr. 89
Phone: 0178/5203123
Web:
http://www.strandpauli.de
Getting there: Subway (U3), City-train (S1-3): Landungsbrücken

Devil inside
Opened in 1988, by the namesake Petra Teufel, the store offered avant-garde fashion for the first time in the Hanseatic city. Nowadays, In 2002, Kathrin Bruss took over the business.
She outfits stars like the Singer Herbert Grönemeyer, or the Presenter Thomas Gottschalk, US-singer Sheryl Crow or the Pet Shop Boys are among the customers. Fashion for w
omen, men and children are for sale - from designers such as Issey Miyake, Dries van Noten, Ann Demeulemeester, Martin Margiela and Comme des Garcons.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.00-19.00, Sat 11.00-18.00 o`clock
Address: Hohe Bleichen 13
Phone: 37861610
Web:
http://www.petrateufel.de/
Getting there: Subway (U2): Gänsemarkt


Extraordinary Design

The five-star design hotel "Side" is situated in the city, next to the famous goose market. Eight-story building with an impressive 30 meters high atrium. Architects and designers have created a particular lifestyle experience. Each part of the building speaks its own language. All rooms are structured by the uniform materials, such as glass and stone, as well as the individually designed lighting.

Opening hours: -
Address: Drehbahn 49
Fees: Rooms from 150
Euro
Phone: 309990
Web: http://www.side-hamburg.de/
Getting there:
Subway (U2): Gänsemarkt






Free from giddiness required
In the Flora Park, it goes up and away at the highest outdoor climbing wall in northern Germany. Put on your harness and go up, until you are 20 meters above the ground. Downwards is faster. Fully secured, you can easily let yourself go and float to the ground.

Opening hours: -
Address: Lippmannstraße 60a
Fees: donation | Free climbing: Sundays
Phone: -
Web: www.kilimanschanzo.de
Getting there:
Subway (U3), City-train (S11, 21, 31): Sternschanze

Fresh fish

A few hundred yards from the fish market in the direction Ã-velgönne, you find the typical hamburger Fischbratereien. Who wants to taste the best and cheapest baked scampi? Then go into the Braterei Meeres-Kost. Just do not eat too much: A fried fish (aka Backfish) and pot of Hamburger Heringstopf have also to be eaten.

Opening hours: -
Address:
Große Elbstraße 135
Phone: 3805621
Web: -
Getting there: City-train (S1-S3): Königsstraße

Let`s go to the Kiez

On the Kiez (City-train S1-3: Reeperbahn), everything is possible. Various locations are a must: The Doll House shows US-table-dance. And the best hot dogs are served at Denmark-snack. For sportsmen, the early-morning exercise club in the spa hotel (Große Freiheit 35), begins at 6.00 o`clock at Sunday mornings.

Need a new and fancy hairstyle?
You get it in the cutting room! Hair cutting is an event here, while DJs are filling the salon with sound. Just sink in the chair and relax.

Opening hours: Tue-Sat 10.00-19.00 o`clock
Address: Große Elbstraße 146
Phone: 38038570
Web: http://www.schneideraum-hamburg.de/

Getting there: City-train (S1, S3): Königsstraße

Print dealer
“Only fashion would be too boring”, is the opinion of the co-owner Gesa Lang. So, not only T-shirts, but also design books and art adorn the small shop in the Karo-Viertel. Heart of the Print Dealer is the own screen printing workshop.
Almost all products are unique. Also, not all sizes are usually available.

Opening hours: Mon 14.00-19.00, Tue-Fri 12.00-19.00, Sat 12.00-16.00 o`clock
Address: Marktstraße 102
Phone: 49297830
Web: http://www.druckdealer.de/
Getting there: Subway (U2): Gänsemarkt

Slowman

Slowman makes it his task, to give young people the possibility of a new chance.
Despite odd CVs, the star chef Christian Rach and his team support and motivate the young people, by giving them additional training, to become a cook or a restaurant specialist. Nobody is perfect, but you can expect a lot of passion and fun! You get traditional and innovative food there. Also favorable lunch dishes.

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 12.00-16.30 and from 18.00, Sat from 18.00 o`clock
Address: Burchardstraße 13c (in the bug of the Chilehaus, Entrance C)
Phone: 337561
Web: http://slowman.de/
Getting there: Subway (U1): Messberg

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