Enjoy shopping and exceptional architecture
Do you like to travel with the whole family? Book a flight to Hamburg and experience this vibrant German city. Admire the city hall building, visit the world-famous harbour and go to Miniatur Wunderland. If you’re looking for terraces and restaurants, in the convivial Gänsemarkt you’ll be spoilt for choice. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a bratwurst or a nice beer.
Waterside shopping in this city centre
In Hamburg, you can enjoy shopping whatever the weather. The large, covered Europa Passage shopping mall is the ideal place to go on rainy days. It has 5 floors packed with shops, which guarantee a good time! On sunny days, the Alsterarkaden arcade is by the waterside and always a good option. To see more water, head to Lake Binnenalster, which is a delightful place to enjoy a walk or a drink. Hamburg is the ideal destination for an exciting weekend holiday and the perfect starting point for a longer vacation in Germany. Treat yourself: book a flight to Hamburg now!
Fun for young and old
Hamburg has attractions for all ages. If you’re travelling with kids, go to Miniatur Wunderland, where you’ll see the world’s largest model railway and miniature airports and motorways. Another fun way to explore Hamburg is by boat. Cruise through the Old Town and onwards to the Speicherstadt. This atmospheric area of the city is crammed with old warehouses and it’s a particularly interesting place due to its history and architecture. Here you can find out all about the trading history of this major port city.
Flights to Hamburg for a unique holiday
With our favourable flight times, comfortable seats and attentive personal service you will reach your destination with ease. KLM is working hard to achieve increasingly sustainable aviation. Would you like to help? Read more about the actions you can take to reduce the impact of your flight.
Curated for you
ARTS & CULTURE
Hamburg is known as a Mecca for entertainment and with 40 theatres and concert halls it certainly measures up to cities like London and New York. Visit one of the spectacular musicals or treat yourself to a bold cabaret performance. Prefer something classic? Watch an opera or ballet at one of the elegant concert halls – there is no excuse to be bored in Hamburg at night.
An independent city until 1938, Altona lies across the ‘border’ from Sankt Pauli and still exudes a free spirit. This part of Hamburg is home to hip thirty-somethings, art students and other creative personalities. Pedestrian streets lined with boutiques, designer stores and galleries alternate with bistros and beach bars – a refreshing change from Hamburg’s busy city centre.
Hamburg has been endowed with parks, public gardens and playgrounds – there are almost too many to mention. These green oases of Hamburg have one thing in common: they are beautifully maintained and equipped with modern playgrounds so that children can safely play and have fun. From the vast Stadtpark in the north to the play islands in the south, take the whole family on an adventure in Hamburg’s playgrounds.
Have you always wanted to take the train to the Swiss Alps, Las Vegas and across the fjords of Scandinavia? In Miniatur Wunderland, the largest model railway exhibition in the world, you can travel the world – in just one day. The 8-mile train track crosses the most beautiful model landscapes and tiny people head out to see the Northern Lights, taste some Swiss chocolate or go plane spotting.
It started with a collection of seals in 1848 and grew into one of the most beautiful zoos in Germany. Visitors to Tierpark Hagenbeck in Hamburg enjoy a close-up look at elephants, orang-utans, sea lions, Siberian tigers and many other animal species. The magnificent habitats take you to the vast plains of the African savannah and the enormous Arctic Ocean.
Schanzenviertel is a lively neighbourhood in Hamburg that is very popular with young, trendy shoppers. ‘Schanze’ is the perfect place to shop for Hamburg’s latest designer labels, look for a rare vinyl record or nab some great 1980s vintage bargains. Great news for hungry shoppers; this neighbourhood also boasts a very high density of restaurants. You will find everything from curry bratwurst to haute cuisine.
Hamburg is Germany’s wealthiest city – as those who visit the neighbourhoods of Altstadt and Neustadt will notice straight away. The streets of Hamburg’s prominent shopping district are lined with elegant department stores and upscale boutiques. Admire the sparkling jewellery, taste some caviar or try on a new suit.
ARTS & CULTURE
From antique porcelain to modern designer furniture: The Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe (MKG) is one of the most important European art and design museums. The exceptional and diverse collection offers visitors a unique perspective of 4000 years of creativity in Europe and beyond – the collection includes beautiful Islamic and Asian artefacts as well.
ARTS & CULTURE
Visitors who stroll along the quays of the Kleine Alster will certainly notice the Alsterarkaden. These elegant white arcades along the water evoke a touch of Venetian elegance. These stylish shopping arcades are the showpiece of downtown Hamburg. Browse the shop windows of exclusive designers or grab a table at a patio on the water and watch the elegant, well-heeled shoppers.
ARTS & CULTURE
From an industrious Hanseatic city to a modern metropolis, Hamburg is known as the ‘gateway to the world'. Since the Middle Ages, goods have been shipped here from every corner of the world. Hamburg’s harbour is the third largest in Europe after Rotterdam and Antwerp. For a touch of Hamburg’s trade history visit Speicherstadt. Built in red bricks, the largest historic warehouse complex in the world is one of the most photogenic spots in the city.
ARTS & CULTURE
Hamburg boasts many large churches, but the St. Michael's Church rises above all others. 'Michel', as Hamburg residents affectionately refer to the church, can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. This symbol of Hamburg is 132 metres high – those who make the effort to climb to the top of the bell tower will be rewarded with a spectacular view of Hamburg and the harbour.
ARTS & CULTURE
The Kunsthalle in Hamburg is one of the biggest and most important art museums in Germany. The museum’s 3 impressive buildings offer a total of 13,000 square metres of exhibit space. Art lovers marvel at thousands of paintings, drawings and sculptures from various periods, including Romanticism. The museum also displays classic 20th-century modern art.
*All amounts are in CLP. Taxes and surcharges are included. No booking fee or payment surcharge is applicable. The prices shown are calculated at the exchange rate of today and may vary depending on fare availability. You will see the final amount when selecting your payment method. The ticket conditions depend on the fare basis. You can pay up to 3 instalments with a credit card without interests. Prices are only available on klm.cl.
The weather forecast information is provided by World Weather Online. Air France-KLM is not responsible for the reliability of this data.