Food Hopping in Hamburg

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  • Food Tour Hamburg – Explore Germany’s city of rivers, Hamburg

    Discover Germany’s second largest city, Hamburg, on a food tour Hamburg

    If you are looking to explore and discover this bustling city, a food tour Hamburg is a fantastic way to do it. Famed for its musical links, infamous nightlife and cultural background, Hamburg has much to offer. If you are looking for culture, Hamburg offers 6 music halls, 10 cabarets, more than 30 theaters, and 50 museums. Hamburg is home to 1.8 million people and caters for all types of interest, and the Food Hopping tour Hamburg is waiting to show it to you. In an effort to keep the city green, Hamburg boasts the largest Japanese garden in Europe. This forms part of the Planten un Blomen park near the Hamburg Messe conference and exhibition centre. Hamburg is 7 times the size of Paris in extension, with a 14% of green space. With all that open space, you might think Hamburg is just a place to put your feet up. Between the Reesendammbrucke bridge and Gaensemarkt square you will find one of the most impressive shopping streets in the world, with flagship stores from your favourite brands. Food Hopping tour Hamburg is here to help you explore all that is on offer.

    Food Tour Hamburg – Discover the city’s history

    A Food Hopping tour Hamburg will allow you to experience the iconic elements of Hamburg. Hamburg is home to the 2nd largest port in Europe, and 3rd largest in world. With around 10,000 vessels per year coming into the port located on the river Elbe, this is an impressive sight to see. Traditionally all major imports of exotic goods were stored in the historic Speicherstadt – so Hamburg is also famous for its coffee roast houses and tea traders. Where there is a port, there is a fish market, and Hamburg of course has one, the Altona fish market. This exciting and lively market was established in 1703 and offers seafood lovers paradise. Every sunday the auction starts at 05:30 and sells fish by the ton. To cater for its many visitors the market also has an onsite restaurant. The modern HafenCity counts with the new concert hall Elbphilarmonie, which reminds with its massive glass ceiling of an iceberg or a sea wave. In total, Hamburg has more than 2,300 bridges – a larger number than Amsterdam and Venice combined. Food Hopping tour Hamburg guides you through the city with an entertaining and adventurous walk.

    Food Tour Hamburg – Something for everyone

    Food Hopping Hamburg takes you around the diverse city and shows you things you never knew it had. Hamburg has shopping, a lively port and beautiful gardens but that’s not all! Hamburg also has some rather impressive architecture. Hamburg’s town hall, the Michel, is one of the largest in the country – it has 647 rooms – and is considered as the one of the most beautiful government buildings in Germany. If you still need more to do, then don´t forget the Hamburger Dom amusement fair. The Hamburger Dom is held three times a year. It is the biggest festival of its kind in the region. Exciting rollercoasters, carousels and its main attraction, the popular ferris wheel. With entertainment, food, beer and sweets, there is something for everyone here.
    Food Hopping tour Hamburg offers you the opportunity to experience the city life, in a way few others can. Your personal Food Hopping guide will show you places on your walking tour you might have not discovered on your own and will present you the best local foodie places and locations, where you can taste the authentic culinary highlights of Hamburg such as Fischbroetchen, Gruenkohl, Labskaus or Rode Gruett as well as regional beers and aromatic coffee and tea. Eat like the locals and feel immersed in this great city.

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