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Hamburg is not only suitable for city trips by car or train. In the surrounding area of the world-famous metropolis, there are beautifully located campsites in a dreamlike countryside along the Elbe. You are in the direct vicinity of one of the most exciting cities in Germany with the world-famous Elbphilharmonie, the Reeperburg on St. Pauli, the port of Hamburg and other sights. Whether close to the city or in the hinterlands, for a longer stay or a stopover on your journey north, camping in Hamburg is more than an alternative.

Close to the City or in the Hinterlands - with Camping in Hamburg You have the Choice

You are looking for peace and relaxation in nature? Then we recommend a campsite in the hinterlands for camping in Hamburg. The unique river landscape of the Elbe offers great opportunities for

  • Hiking
  • Swimming
  • Cycling or Boating

On some sandy beaches, camping at the lake even gives you that South Sea feeling. At the same time, you can often reach the center of Hamburg from the campsite in less than an hour. From campsites close to the city, the distance is even shorter. Ideal for those who want to do extensive sightseeing and/or explore the famous nightlife of the Hanseatic city. Shuttle buses give you the opportunity to leave your camper or car at the campsite.

Camping in Hamburg - Tips for the Hanseatic City

From Hamburger Michl to the Elbphilharmonie - Sights in Hamburg

Hamburg is rich in sights. These include the Hamburger Michl, from whose tower you can enjoy a spectacular view over the city. Also not to be missed on a visit to the Hanseatic city, a boat trip through the old warehouse district and a visit to the Miniatur Wunderwelt. The Elbphilharmonie is an architectural masterpiece. With a little luck and advance notice, you can get tickets for a performance and admire the fascinating building from the inside. Finally, there is the Hamburg Dungeon, the Alster district, the Hafen-City and much more. If you want to use camping in Hamburg to do sightseeing in the legendary port metropolis, you certainly won't get bored.

The Reeperbahn and the Schanzenviertel

As a sinful mile, the Reeperbahn has made history. Today, the street in St. Pauli is heavily influenced by tourism. Nevertheless, visitors should take a stroll along it. In addition, there are a number of smaller pubs and clubs behind the actual Reeperbahn. After all, Hamburg is also famous for its nightlife. Alternative bars can also be found in the Schanzenviertel. This is also ideal for an extensive shopping spree. The small stores and boutiques located here have their own charm and are an exciting counterpart to Hamburg's pedestrian zone with its well-known chains. After a night of drinking, meet up at Hamburg's fish market and fight off the oncoming hangover with a Bismarck roll. If you're still in a party mood and don't want to go back to the campsite, you can even enjoy live music here and have another beer or two.

Culture and Musical City Hamburg

The Beatles made a guest appearance at the famous Starclub before their breakthrough and helped Hamburg become a Beat metropolis in the 1960s. Today, Hamburg is famous as a musical city. If you have a preference for the genre and plan camping in Hamburg early enough, you should definitely try to get tickets. For example, for "The Lion King" or "Pretty Woman" in purpose-built musical theaters right on the Elbe River or for a performance at the Stage Operettenhaus on the Reeperbahn. Art lovers and history buffs who opt for camping in Hamburg can look forward to a wide selection of museums and galleries.

The Port of Hamburg - a Must when Camping in Hamburg

No visit to Hamburg is complete without a detour to the Port of Hamburg. Whether you choose a harbor cruise or a walk from the historic Landungsbrücken to the newly built Hafen City, the special atmosphere will remain in your memory long after you leave the campsite.

Detour to the Sea

A camping vacation and the sea belong together for you? The Baltic Sea and the North Sea are both within easy reach of Hamburg - including popular seaside destinations such as the Timmendorfer Strand. Of course, you can also move on directly from camping in Hamburg and look for a campsite by the sea for your next stop. However, we recommend that you book early. Especially in the summer months, many Hamburgers take advantage of the proximity to the sea. Accordingly, some campsites are quickly full.

Camping in Hamburg is worthwhile

If you don't feel like going far away for your summer vacation, drive your caravan or motor home to Hamburg. Here are so many sights and opportunities for leisure activities waiting for you that you will hardly regret your decision. With us you will find campsites closer or further away from Hamburg, well equipped and with excellent connections to the Hanseatic city. Try it now and find your place for camping in Hamburg!

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