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Information from the region Hamburg - Pinneberg
Antonio Saraiva and his team warmly welcome you to the Restaurant & Hotel Zur Wulfsmühle, built in 1858. Nestled in a unique nature with a view of the Mühlensee and located directly on the Pinnau and the golf course, our upscale home-style restaurant with a beautiful terrace landscape awaits you.
This is the kitchen of the famous restaurant "Da Salvatore" at the gates of Hamburg. The Italian restaurant offers delicious appetizers, soups, salads with home-made dressing, pasta, risotto, meat and fish dishes, egg dishes and desserts. As special specialties are the fantastic tasting pizzas, whose dough is made according to a homemade recipe.
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Pinneberg and surroundings
Experience sights and the sights of the district Pinneberg. The official event calendar for Pinneberg & surroundings
Floral splendor, creative will and ability, garden beauty, peace and relaxation, education in the pleasant way: All these are aspects that are realized here in the Arboretum Ellerhoop-Thiensen, the North German Garden Show, and are reinterpreted every year. Plan a visit - it's always worth it.
Amongst other things, the Rosengarten Pinneberg Circle of Friends advocates the preservation, care and development of the Rosengarten garden monument as a cultural-historical testimony to the art of gardening.
The Pinneberg Museum is dedicated to the history of the place, the artistic heritage and the historic life of the city of Pinneberg. With the exhibition project Kunstkurlaub im Pinneberger Fahlt, the art group from Pinneberg expanded the radius of the street on site, into the nature on site. After the appointment of Pinneberg to the world's first art resort and the official handover of the certificate, announced the next premiere.
The water ski system is smaller compared to others, so you're back at the start faster and can try again. You do not have to swim long distances. Convince yourself and let's go.
All in all, there are 68 varied cycling tours to choose from in the Pinneberg region. So that you can get a first overview of the possibilities in the region Pinneberg, here are the most beautiful bike tours of the region Pinneberg put together.
The aim is to bring the Natura 2000 areas in our region closer to the interested with the hikes, d. H. to experience practically our home ecological network for the district of Pinneberg. The continuous linking of the Natura 2000 trails through nine FFH areas is intended to symbolize the desired biotope network in an idealized form.
The welcome captains in the command center provide the guests of the ferry house via loudspeaker with a variety of information about the ship, which has just been welcomed or adopted. Welcome-Höft is daily, i. within 24 hours, an average of more than 50 ships, regardless of working day or Sunday, weather or season.
Attractions in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg
With its flair and maritime charm Hamburg impresses with every visit! Start your Hamburg trip by exploring the city's top attractions. Discover Hamburg's maritime highlights and get in touch with Hamburg's history. The easiest way to explore the city on a tour or guide. But culture enthusiasts also get their money's worth in Hamburg. How about a picnic in the park or a trip to Hamburg's metropolitan area? In addition, numerous events and events in Hamburg ensure that you will never get bored.
On the base of the former Kaispeicher on the western tip of the Hafencity rises the new glass building with its boldly curved roof landscape. It houses two concert halls, a hotel and apartments. On the interface between storage and new building is a spacious, publicly accessible platform - the Plaza.
Lively bars and nightclubs lure partygoers to the Reeperbahn, the main street of St. Pauli's notorious red light district. The side streets are home to theaters such as Schmidts Tivoli and the Operettenhaus, where cabarets and musicals can be seen. The nearby Karolinenviertel is known for its hip fashion boutiques and trendy cafés. Sightseeing boat trips start from the St. Pauli jetties lined with fish restaurants.
The St. Pauli Landungsbrücken are a large dock for passenger ships on the northern edge of the Port of Hamburg. The Landungsbrücken are located in Hamburg's St. Pauli district. The first jetty at this location was built in 1839. He served as a dock for steamers, which could be relatively easily filled with coal here. The associated terminal building was built from 1907 to 1909 from tufa with the pier at the site of the old jetties. In addition, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy a good meal and to buy one or the other souvenir. The entrance to the old Elbtunnel is also at home here.
Hamburger Speicherstadt is the world's largest historic warehouse complex, located in the Port of Hamburg. It has been a listed building since 1991 and has been listed on the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites since 5 July 2015 with the neighboring Kontorhausviertel and the Chilehaus under the name Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel with Chilehaus. The Speicherstadt was built between 1883 and 1927 south of the old town on the former Elbe islands of the Hamburg Freeport, the first section was completed in 1888. In addition, many of the historic buildings are now used for gastronomic purposes and invite with their culinary offer to relaxing hours between the gables and corners of the Speicherstadt.
Since 1703 you will find everything your heart desires. Night owls with fish sandwiches in their hands meet morning shoppers here. Experience how the jungles in pots change their owners, how the fish sellers roar their souls, and how people roam the huts in search of the freshest fish. Also, the fish auction hall with its dome roof and colorful window glass you have to have seen. There is also regular brunch here. Definitely worth a visit, despite the early time!
From fresh fish in the harbor restaurant over typical Old Hamburg cuisine with Labskaus and red groats to all sorts of foreign specialties: In terms of feasting, Hamburg's kitchens are at the forefront and have been honored with many awards. Sometimes more important than the Michelin star, however, is the location and the view from the window. Thus, along the Alster and the Elbe have settled a number of chic restaurants and bars that invite you to linger.
Hamburg is a major North German port city, which is connected to the North Sea via the Elbe. The city is criss-crossed by hundreds of canals, some of which are called "fleets", and also has extensive park and green areas. There are boats on the Inner Alster near the city center, and numerous cafés are located around the reservoir. The Jungfernstieg connects the New Town with the Old Town, where landmarks such as the main St. Michael's Church from the 18th century are located.
The S-Bahn line S1 takes you every 10 minutes and takes just 25 minutes to travel from the main station to the airport and back. The S-Bahn station "Hamburg Airport (airport)" is located directly in front of the terminals and is easily and quickly accessible via elevators, escalators and fixed stairs. Likewise, bus stops and other bus lines are right in front of the terminals.
About 30 transport companies operate in the HVV area according to a uniform tariff and ensure smooth transitions between the modes of transport through coordinated timetables. An extensive route network provides a good connection for all parts of Hamburg as well as the Schleswig-Holstein districts bordering Hamburg and Lower Saxony counties.
The timetable information of Deutsche Bahn
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