Getting Around in Hamburg

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Public transport systems in Hamburg work very efficiently and reliably. We recommend buying the Hamburg Card rather then normal tickets or day passes. With its help you can travel for free and it also gives free or reduced admission to most of the city’s museums. This costs about 7 Euro a day and can be used from 6pm the day before. Or buy the three-day-card for 15 Euro or a group card for five people (13 Euro a day / 22 Euro three days). You can now use the subway-trains 24 hours on weekends (fridays and saturdays) and before holidays.

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Hamburg City Cycles

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Hamburg City Cycle offers guided bike tours on cruisers and city bikes six days a week. The routes mainly go along side roads and paths that can’t be passed by cars or buses.

Tue-Sun 10.30am
Fri-Sun 2.30pm
additional tours on request

Bike Rental opening hours:
tue - fri    on request
sat & sun  10am-6pm

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tel:+49 (0)40 21976612
address:Bernhard-Nocht-Str. 89-91, 20359 Hamburg

Bike rental

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Prices about 8 Euro a day or 40 Euro a week.

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address:Barmbeker Str. 16
tel:+49 (0)40 – 2750 95 or 273 100

Bike Rental Hamburg City Cycles

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Centrally located,  offers Bike rental and Guided bike tours.  Also open on weekends.

opening hours:

mon  -      closed(bike return possible)
tues - fri   11-7:00
sun          10-6:00

Reachable from the U2 station 'Messehallen' or U3 'Feldstrasse'

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tel:0176 - 64 33 06 23
address:Karolinenstrasse 17 20357 Hamburg
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