Hamburg has many options of elegant hotels, with a distinctive design, and the bestis huge Gastwerk hotel, which was a gas plant built from red-brick.
Gastwerk was built 120 years ago, in Barnfield city, west of Hamburg. It consists of loft-style rooms in the minimum industrial blatant decor of solid girders, comfortable leather sofas, a bar, and spa inspired from Moroccan-style spa, which adds warmth.
This hotel offers an innovative range from other modern alternatives throughout the city, such as Soprobod in St. Pauli, and 25 hours in Haven City.
Miniatur Wonderland, which has the largest railway in the world, and this is the biggest surprise eccentric in Hamburg, they packed with a surprise every day. Place seduces everyone with its children, and the eyes watch steam trains and hear the hum of the past and adolescents, who pick up personal photos on the back of the casinos in Las Vegas or in the Swiss Alps.
Brachmann Jarleron restaurant located in the Reeperbahn, in the St. Pauli district, which is the heart and soul of Hamburg, with its overwhelming football stadium and its fanatic supporters , and a combination of providing beverages that sailors come for, where beer or rum, which costs 2 euros. Saskia Brachmann opened the resturent for a friendly dinner, 10 years ago, and he is a pioneer of the new generation, who moved to the neighborhood.
Mile Museum in Hamburg, which includes five main halls, supported by two very contrasting artistic institutions. At the north end, near the main station, Hauptbahnhof Nord, is a hall to display arts, and a home to one of the largest art collections in Europe. At the south end there Dastrhol, two halls to view the 19th century art collections, and that its transformation into a gallery for contemporary art and photography.
The St. Pauli district, one of the most relaxing places in Hamburg. Every night is a night of concert in Hamburg, but Saturday is something special.
In Saturday, there is a plan to crawl to bars, for brilliant cocktails, like whoosh Club, hidden away in the back streets of St. Pauli.
There is one should not miss is the Klucrz, stylish bar, which with no sign, just a bell outside, and its owner, Leonard Ouruz, serving drinks in his hand. The bar soon turns into a dance club, while the upstairs salon is a more intimate place to drink.