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A cidade de Hamburgo, por pessoas locais. Conheça os melhores hotéis, restaurantes, bares e vida noturna da cidade de Hamburgo por uma pessoa local.

The city of Hamburg, by local people

traveling is good, but traveling with tips from local people is much better. See below for tips from my friend Jurgen Vieth, about the city of Hamburg in Germany.

Jurgen Vieth 

Jurgen lives between Hamburg and Ibiza and whenever he can he is always traveling and following electronic music festivals. Like most of my readers here, he is also a foodie and is always looking around the world for the best that each place can offer.

Jurgen Vieth

Best Hotels in Hamburg:


The Fontenay was voted in 2021 the most luxurious hotel in Hamburg and famous for having public figures, politicians and celebrities among its guests. The property is located on the shore of Lake Alster in Hamburg, a short walk from the famous Jungfernstieg shopping area. The resort has a unique architecture and is undoubtedly a great option for those who want to visit the city.

Hotel Fontenay in Hamburg. Foto:
Hotel The Fontenay in Hamburg. Foto:


The St. Georg district, which has become a hip new town, is the St. Georg district that gave rise to the name of George’s hotel – and you can bet there’s a sensible reason they’ve Anglicized it. Hamburg’s relationship with England goes back a long way – it’s no accident that the Beatles learned their skills here – and it is this particular relationship that the owner and designer of the George has sought to underline.

That explains a lot why the average hotel looks more like a centuries-old London gentlemen’s club than a modern Continental design hotel. It’s all here – patterned wallpapers, leather armchairs, afternoon tea and whiskey from the bar. Rooms are a little more contemporary, mixing some classic English icons with crisp modern fixtures and muted masculine colours. This is how you achieve unity of style without moving to pastiche.

Like any decent British restaurant, the kitchen serves upscale Mediterranean fare (of course we’re kidding). There’s a library that bears more than a passing resemblance to the Drones Club, and on the roof there’s a spa that’s strangely charming and Moroccan in style, surrounded by a terrace overlooking the city. Frankly, it’s a little shocking to look at the horizon and see not London, but Hamburg, the Elbe and not the Thames – it’s a side of Germany you don’t see very often, and George is the ideal vantage point to see this.

Hotel: The George. Foto:


We will try to resist binding you to some sweeping generalization about the practical and sensible nature of some imagined German national character, and simply say: we wholeheartedly endorse the tendency to list room descriptions as t-shirt sizes on a spectrum from Small to X-Large and beyond, eliminating the kind of category creep that results in an entire hotel filled with Deluxe or Superior rooms, with no Standard or Lower to be found. The East Hotel & Restaurant in Hamburg carries a deep vein of just that kind of practicality.

Here we go again. To be fair, the first thing you notice is not how well-organized the place is, but how stylish it is. Chicago architect Jordan Mozer seems to have taken the hotel’s name seriously in a somewhat literal way, weaving Asian touches like silk drapes and soft-edged organic shapes into every interior. Accommodation ranges from small, very comfortable rooms to XX-Large two-bedroom suites, all modern in style but never chilly, perhaps more Bangkok boudoir than the Malmö museum.

All these images from the Far East are more than chance, of course. East is highly regarded for its pan-Asian restaurant as well as its hotel rooms, and the scene revolving around Yakshi’s cocktail bar is as lively as any in town. The hotel’s location offers access to both the Reeperbahn (still as vile or wonderful as ever, depending on your tastes) and the newly decaying but quickly ennobled St. Pauli district, with all the nightlife and shopping possibilities that entails. In the morning, when it’s all over, gather your strength for a trip upstairs to the rooftop spa and sauna and get ready to do it all over again.

Hotel e Restaurante EAST em Hamburgo. Foto:


This modern hotel has an attractive and bright style that extends from the elegantly furnished rooms (with specially designed therapeutic beds) to the wellness area. The restaurant on the ninth floor offers a fantastic view of Lake Außenalster.

Hotel Le Meridien Hamburgo. Foto:


Hamburg’s latest architectural landmark, the Elbphilharmonie, is a truly spectacular venue: its futuristic superstructure housed in a former warehouse and connected by the Plaza. The Westin offers magnificent views of the harbor and HafenCity, bright, modern rooms in a minimalist style and a chic spa. Northern German cuisine at the Fang & Feld restaurant.

Hotel The Westin Hamburgo. Foto:

Melhores Restaurantes de Hamburgo:


This relaxed restaurant is really unique! Diners sit at a long, curved table while the chefs – a study in concentration – blend fine international ingredients to perfection before your eyes with the precision, subtlety and stunning presentation for which Kevin Fehling is famous. Excellent wine recommendations.

Restaurante The Table Kevin Fehling. Foto: Google


The food in Haerlin is powerful and intensely flavorful. The dishes brought to your table are creative and technically perfect, using only the finest ingredients. The culinary quality is accompanied by a refined interior, where everything is of the best quality. The view over the Alster Inland Lake adds the finishing touch.


Seehaus offers a great culinary experience just steps from the lake shore. Modern and international cuisine features dishes such as fried salmon with radish and rhubarb rice rolls, not to mention the delicious selection of cakes in the afternoon. The pretty terrace is particularly attractive in summer.


NOMAD, founded in 2021, is dedicated to those who like to go far and roam everywhere. In love with distant and unknown places, we invite you on a culinary journey, where you will discover unexplored horizons. It’s not about getting anywhere, nor is it about fixed goals. The journey itself is the goal, and being happy during the journey is the way. Thank you for creating memories with us that will last forever.


A romantic and elegantly rustic restaurant in the heart of the Brianza green. Enjoy opulent and generous cuisine created by a chef who easily alternates between classic Italian favorites, occasionally adding his own individual touch to dishes.

Restaurante II Cantuccio na Cidade de Hamburgo. Foto: Google

Best night life in Hamburg:

1 – NOHO

NOHO is located between Reeperbahn and Große Freiheit. Where pleasure and pleasure go hand in hand, NOHO also forms a symbiosis of tradition and nightlife, red light and flashlight, car instead of desire.


A stone’s throw from the Alster, dance enthusiasts gather at Holzdamm 61 to experience the best night of their lives here. Excellent sound and light design and a carefully selected selection of guests ensure the aesthetically excessive party culture for which the club is famous.


Stylish, different, cool: In May 2018, the Japanese-inspired Nikki Tiger debuted at the former address of popular electronic clubs Ego and Villa Nova.
More has changed here than just the name. Between pop art, plush and big screens, the public enjoys good drinks, house dancing and hip-hop or uses the terrace with its red and white lanterns as a backdrop for the documentation of the party.

Tokyo Influences.

Inspired by Tokyo’s past and present, the lower room is lit by a large light installation bearing the club’s name and some light artwork. Here, guests are definitely in the modern Tokyo of the future. Upstairs you step into the past and into a cozier environment, decorated with pictures of a geisha, plush seating areas and hidden dark corners. For an entry of around ten euros, there is an exclusive party atmosphere.

Nikki Tiger Danceteria em Hamburgo. Foto: Google


There is good reason why Le Lion is ranked among the top 20 bars in the world. Despite the very French name, you don’t have to go to Paris to find out why. Instead, head to Germany’s second largest city, Hamburg. Behind such an anonymous entrance that I’ve met people who don’t think they have business, you’ll find a small, intimate place that’s a real gem.

Bar Le Lio em Hamburgo. Foto: Google


The place has Craft Beer and elaborate cocktails are what make the place special, including the decor inspired by an old pharmacy.

Pontos Turísticos de Hamburgo:


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Resultados de tradução

Elbphilharmonie is a concert hall located in the HafenCity district of Hamburg, Germany, on the Grasbrook peninsula on the Elbe River. It is one of the largest and most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world. It is popularly nicknamed Elphi.

Elbphilarmonie em Hamburgo. Foto: Google.


The Hamburg Planetarium is one of the oldest in the world and one of the most visited planetariums in Europe. It is located in the Winterhude district, Hamburg, Germany, and is housed in an old water tower in the center of the Hamburg Stadtpark.

A cidade de Hamburgo, por pessoas locais. Conheça os melhores hotéis, restaurantes, bares e vida noturna da cidade de Hamburgo por uma pessoa local.
Planetarium em Hamburgo. Foto: Google.


The Miniatur Wunderland is a miniature railway that occupies an area of 1,150 m² in the city of Hamburg, Germany. In it, approximately 700 trains travel along a route, emulating scenarios from the United States, Switzerland, Scandinavia and Germany.

Miniature Wonderland em Hamburgo. Foto: Google


The Church of St. Michael, colloquially called Michel, is one of the five main Lutheran churches in Hamburg and one of the most famous in the city. St. Michaelis is a city landmark and is considered to be one of the best Hanseatic Protestant baroque churches.

Igreja de São Miguel em Hamburgo.Foto: Google


The City Hall of Hamburg is the seat of government for the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany. It is the seat of the executive and legislative branch of Hamburg and is therefore the seat of one of Germany’s 16 state parliaments.

I hope you enjoyed and enjoyed the tips during your visit to the city of Hamburg.

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Rathaus Hamburgo. Foto: Google.

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Juju Coelho em visita a Residência de Munique, vestindo Vestido BCBG Max Azria, Bota Gianvito Rossi, Pulseira e Colar Cartier e Brinco de Pérolo Mikimoto.

Visit the Munich Residence in Germany

The Residence of Munich (German: Münchner Residenz) is a palace in Munich, Bavaria, Germany. Situated in the city center, it was the official residence of the dukes, voters, and kings of Bavaria.

The site is the largest urban palace in Germany, currently serving as an interior decoration museum, considered one of the most beautiful in Europe.

Juju Coelho em visita a Residência de Munique.
Juju Coelho visiting the Munich Residence.
 Juju Coelho em visita a Residência de Munique, vestindo Vestido BCBG Max Azria, Bota Gianvito Rossi, Pulseira e Colar Cartier e Brinco de Pérolo Mikimoto.
Juju Coelho visiting the Munich Residence, wearing BCBG Max Azria Dress, Gianvito Rossi Boot, Cartier Bracelet and Necklace, and Mikimoto Pearl Earring.

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The former German palace has been expanded over time and is now surrounded by a large complex, the largest in southern Germany, comprising 10 courtyards and the 130-room museum. In addition to the museum, the complex also houses a concert hall, the Royal Treasure House and the Cuvilliés Theater.

The architecture and style of the residence were adapting and blending as the changes were taking place on site and have an interesting mix of Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, and Classicism styles.

Juju Coelho em visita a Residência de Munique.
Juju Coelho visiting the Munich Residence.
Juju Coelho em visita a Residência de Munique, vestindo Vestido BCBG Max Azria, Bota Gianvito Rossi, Pulseira e Colar Cartier e Brinco de Pérolo Mikimoto.
Juju Coelho visiting the Munich Residence, wearing BCBG Max Azria Dress, Gianvito Rossi Boot, Cartier Bracelet and Necklace, and Mikimoto Pearl Earring.

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There is an urban legend that if you touch one of the two lions at the front of the complex this will bring you luck. Is it true? Well worth a try! I believe that the greatest luck and the greatest privilege is to know this charming palace and its history.

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