Welcome to the page about short term rentals in Hamburg, Germany. Our selection of privately owned apartments and rooms are the best on the internet. Here you will find more than thousand short stays listed by people in the city.
Apartments For Rent in Hamburg – Basic Info
Regardless of you travel to Hamburg, Germany on vacation or business trip, on our website you are going to find a perfect place to stay during your visit. We offer a broad variety of available apartments in Hamburg, all of them conveniently located only short distance from the city transport, tourist attractions, countless restaurants, bars and shopping areas. While on holiday in Hamburg, don’t miss visiting its largest shopping area, with the streets Spitaler Straße and Mönckebergstraße. Our short stay rentals in Hamburg are tailored for different needs and budgets. On this website you can easily book one of bed and breakfast rooms in Hamburg or one of our luxury studios directly from friendly property owners. If you travel in Hamburg with your family, we highly recommend you to lease one of spacious apartments in family friendly city’s area. All of homes available to rent are fully equipped with all the things needed to make your stay enjoyable. Apartments listed on this page are the best way to feel what’s like to live in this busy Germany’s city as a local and to experience its way of life in the best possible way.
All self-catering accommodations in Hamburg listed here are furnished. That means you’ll have all amenities in your short term rental so you’ll feel like at home during your city break. We have dozens of available flats to let, so we are sure that everybody can find ideal accommodation on this page.
Some Info About Hamburg
Hamburg in Germany is located on the river Elbe. It is the second largest city of this country. It is also the biggest port in Germany and the second largest and one of the most important harbors in Europe. Hamburg is a city-state. It values its status as a city, being as independent as possible of other states that have existed or currently exist in Germany. The major landmarks in Hamburg are Hamburg’s remarkable city hall (“Rathaus”), churches St. Jacobi, St. Michaelis, St. Nikolai and St. Petri, the Harbor Area, as well as numerous museums, beaches and parks.
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What to Do and See in Hamburg
Hamburg has a lot to offer its visitors. Often most of tourists pass by Hamburg and travel to Munich, Berlin and Dresden. Shame, because Hamburg is certainly one of the most beautiful and interesting cities in Germany and has a distinctive culture and atmosphere. A good starting point for your visit to Hamburg is the world famous St. Michaelis Church bell tower high above the city. The church is at locals known as Michel and the beautiful church has an impressive vaulted nave, three organs and a great view from the top of the tower. A view over the city is always useful, if only to get to orient properly! The area around the City Hall of Hamburg is beautiful and popular with tourists. Visit Hamburg at the weekend and maybe you’ll see. One of the strangest traditions of Hamburg People who celebrate their 30th birthday and not yet married are publicly by their friends for the town hall humiliated by letting sweep who are thrown! Intentionally beer caps
The Alster Lake is not far from the city. It is one of the most picturesque parts of Hamburg and is popular with both tourists and locals. Take from the Alster lake cruise or a cruise down the many canals of Hamburg. You see on the lake during the summer beautiful sailboats and during winter the frozen lake a giant skating plain! For a beautiful view of Hamburg from the other side of the Elbe you have the famous Old Elbe Tunnel go. Big lifts take you deep underground and through a well-lit path you walk to the other side where you can enjoy. While enjoying a beer and sausage views You will find the entrance of the tunnel with Steinwerder.
If you have the chance to Hamburger Dom to see a big festival which is held three times a year, you should definitely go! The fair attracts 9 million visitors each year and always starts with a big parade. There are at the festival to find all sorts of rides including a Ferris wheel and beer tents. It is the longest festival in the region and lasts one month.