This iconic Hamburg street is filled with a variety of shops that offer an array of top brands that are popular throughout Europe. Everything from Food stuff to traditional ornaments will be available and with some stunning architecture to boot, it’s a must visit destination for tourists.
While it may not be Disneyland, the Wunderland certainly has enough rides and attractions to captivate both young and old, while boasting the largest model train exhibit in the world.
Park Planten un Blomen:
For those who enjoy reminiscing in Nature’s beauty, this is the place where you should all be heading. Plants of all kinds and ranges are available for everyone to see and according to most visitors; it’s an ideal locality for young ones to enjoy themselves.
Sample some of the best European cuisine in Germany while visiting this cozy establishment, which also has an extensive French menu as well. Although a bit pricey with range varying from $41 - $134, the food in the end is well worth the exorbitant prices being charged.
Restaurante PORTOMARIN Inh. Jesus Antonio Diaz Sindin:
Spanish cuisine in Germany? You heard it right! Try the Venison Carpaccio for starters and fillet of Sea Bass for entrée, coupled with a nice bottle of Red Wine for the best of nights.
Looking for Seafood? Look no further. This establishment proudly boasts some of the freshest catch including lobster, squid, fish and prawns. Add that with sumptuous sides and you’ve got one of the best restaurants in the Hamburg area.