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Welcome to HafenCity, welcome to your ipartment in the historic „Speicherstadt“ (warehouse district). In the past, spices, tobacco and cotton were traded here - today it is home to creative people... more information
SMARTments business – feeling good in the heart of Hamburg. For people who are travelling for a long time and looking for an alternative to hotels, the Apartmenthouse Außenalster is the ideal choic... more information
Have everything without having to own it. To be able to do everything without feeling compulsion. Experience everything without binding yourself. In simplify your life campus not only what you really ... more information
The appartello – smarttime living Hamburg is situated in the green district of Alsterdorf, in a convenient location between the airport, City Nord and the city centre. The 35 fully equipped serviced... more information
Serviced Apartments in Hamburg
The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg is one of the most popular metropolises of Europe. Economy and trade have been flourishing for centuries, daily hundreds of ships are coming into the harbour and depart again and goods are being handled from all over the world. But also the consumer goods industry, the aerospace and information technology are at home here in Germany's North.
Besides its maritime flair, Hamburg captivates its visitors with many sights, uncountable events and cultural highlights which draw thousands of tourists into the city on the Alster Lake every year. Approximately 2,000 serviced apartments are on hand for holidaymakers and business travellers in Hamburg and bookable via our platform www.apartmentserviced.de/en.
If you are staying in the city for longer this hotel alternative will be of fantastic value since serviced apartments offer individuality, personal freedom and score with a substantial price advantage compared to hotel rooms of a similar category. We offer you apartments with a view of the "Michel", at the famous Hamburg Fischmarkt, at the Alster Lake or directly at the jetties.
Hamburg is always worth a visit. A tour to the Altona fish market really should be compulsory. It takes place every Sunday from 5 to 9.30 am. There you can get a lot of fresh fish which you can prepare in your own apartment kitchen if you like. The Protestant main church Sankt Michaelis - shortly called "Michel" - surely is the most well-known church of Hamburg and offers splendid views across the entire city from its 130 metre high tower. Another landmark is the harbour, which presents the largest sea harbour of Germany and the third largest port of Europe. From the jetties in St. Pauli you can take ferry No. 61 to landing pier Waltershof and after a short stroll you will have breath-taking views to the huge container ships and bridges.
This personal tip is not only compelling during the day but especially at night-time with the image remaining in your head. The warehouse district is also worth seeing as you will find the Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg there. This exhibition shows the largest model railway plant of the world and extends over several floors. The Hanseatic City is also known for its musicals, operas and concert halls. The Hamburg State Opera, the "Theater im Hafen", the St. Pauli Theatre or the Music Hall Hamburg ("Laeiszhalle") celebrated numerous premieres.
"Auf der Reeperbahn nachts um halb eins" ("At the Reeperbahn at half past midnight") by Hans Albers is probably one of the most famous songs about Hamburg. The street in the entertainment district runs from Millern Gate to Nobis Gate. From there you can reach plenty of bars, pubs, restaurants and clubs. Also the famous Schmidt Theatre is well worth a visit. The pub "Schellfisposten" is one of Hamburgs oldest seamen pubs. It radiates romantic seafarer vibes and is known across the country through the TV show "Ina's Nacht" by the famous North German singer and entertainer Ina Mueller.
Culinarily you will find in Hamburg everything the heart desires, particularly fantastic fish restaurants like the "Liman Fisch-Restaurant & Seafood-Bar", but also restaurants by high-profile TV chefs like the "Bullerei" run by Tim Maelzer or the sushi restaurant "HENSSLER HENSSLER" owned by the eponymous chef Steffen Henssler and his father. If you want to fork out a little less, then we can recommend "Erikas Eck" on Sternstraße or "Al Arabi" in Ottensen.
Ingredients for 4 portions:
- 750 g potatoes
- 1 can of corned beef
- 3 gherkins
- 2 onions
- 2 beetroot (pre-cooked and vacuumed)
- 4 eggs
- 4 pickled fillets of herring (= matjes fillet)
Peel and boil the potatoes. Lightly braise the finely cut onions, add the minced corned beef. Then add the diced gherkins, some of the gherkin liquid and the diced beetroot. Season to taste. Mash the potatoes a little and mix with the corned beef mix. Put on a plate and serve with a fried egg and a matjes fillet.