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LIVE CENTRALLY - ENJOY THE AMBIENCE    You   are   searching   for   a   quite   nice   vacation   rental   for   2   or   3 persons? Therefore       we       can       offer       you       our affectionately   renovated   old   house   holiday home! About   58   sqm   (630   sq.   ft.)   wide   with   a   living room,    a    dining    room,    a    bedroom,    a    separate    completely equipped    fitted    kitchen    with    washing    machine*    plus    laundry dryer   (common),   micro-wave,   and   of   course   a   nice   bathroom with tub & shower.   *(for a small fee)   In    addition    a    small    terrace    with    garden    furniture    and    a marvellous view at the garden.
A digital satellite-TV-set (32 inch Flat screen), a DVD-player, W-LAN    internet    connection    and    a    nice    little    hi-fi-system    (cd, tuner,   cassette)   are   placed   at   your   disposal.   For   your   bicycles we may offer you your own external storage room. Separate Entrance      -      Ground Floor
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Distances: Shopping facilities: Train station/ Subway: Restaurants: Altes Land (Old Land): Elberiver: Ferry boat: Stade: Airport Hamburg: Hamburg (City): Lüneburg: Cuxhaven:
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Antje Schmidt Neue Straße 7 D - 21614 Buxtehude   Tel.: +49/4161/81950 mobile: +49162/4464834   Email:  antje-schmidt-bux@web.de Homepage: http://www.buxtehude-ferienwohnung.com
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Buxtehude - Hanseatic city, adorable and cheerful!
Buxtehude                 offers                you comprehensive   possibilities   for   your recreational    activities:    For    example trips    to    the    historic    old    towns    of Buxtehude     or     Stade,     to     the     "Old Land"     (Altes     Land),     through     the valley   of   the   river   Este   (Estetal)   and to the famous The central area of Buxtehude 38,500   people   live today        in        the central      area      of Buxtehude,   before the         gates         of Hamburg    and    on the     outskirts     of Altes     Land     with its             beautiful, blossoming      fruit trees.                  The historical           old- town    center    with its    pedestrian    shopping    zone,    canal    facility,    moat,    Marschtor military    lookout    post    and    beautiful    town    houses    is    a    special attraction   for   visitors   from   far   and   near.   The   St.   Petri   Church   is   the most   important   old-style   building;   a   three-stored,   gothic,   redbrick basilica built around 1300 A.D. Street   festivals   are   held   often   and   celebrated   with   great   enthusiasm in    these    charming    surroundings.    The    “Old-Town    Festival”,    the “Wine   Festival”   and   the   “Christmas   Market”   consistently   fill   the streets   and   alleyways   with   merry-makers.   Cultural   life   is   indeed very   much   alive   in   Buxtehude.   The   “Buxtehuder   Bulle”;   one   of   the most     respected     literature     awards     for     young     people     and     the Buxtehude    museum    for    regional    history    and    art    provide    strong evidence of this.
"Heath         lands         of         Luneburg" (Lüneburger   Heide).   Or   what   about to    make    sometime    an    excursion    by ferry   boat   at   the   Elbe   to   Blankenese, to        the        famous        fish        market (Fischmarkt)     or     to     the     St.     Pauli landing   stages   in   Hamburg   (St.   Pauli Landungsbrücken)?   Buxtehude,     with     its     healthy     mixture     of industry   and   commerce,   can   be   proud   of   its economic        achievements;        internationally renown   names   such   as:   Babcock   Materials   Handling,   Bacardi,   K.I.D. systems,     Malteser     Kreuz     Aquavit,     NSB     Niederelbe     Shipping Company,    National    Rejectors,    Pioneer    Hi-Bred    and    the    Unilever subsidiary   Lever   Fabergé   are   ample   proof   of   this.   All   in   all,   well- over 15,000 people earn their living in Buxtehude. Further   plus   points   for   Buxtehude   as   an   economic   base   include   its University   of   Applied   Sciences   for   north-east   Niedersachsen   which specializes     in     architecture,     real     estate     management     and     civil engineering,   the   Technology-Center   which   offers   start-up   support for     young     entrepreneurs,     and     a     number     of     highly-attractive commercial     areas near     the     center. The                strong performance   of   its retail      outlets      in the            historical town     center     has turned   Buxtehude into      a      popular spot   for   shopping and tourism.
  Hamburg Hamburg    is   the   second-largest   city   in   Germany   (after   Berlin).   The city is home to approximately 1.8 million people. Culture and contemporary life: Hamburg       offers more       than       40 theatres,                60 museums   and   100 music   venues   and clubs.       In       2005, more       than       18 million          people visited       concerts, e   x   h   i   b   i   t   i   o   n   s   ,     theatres,    cinemas, museums,          and other performances of cultural achievement. Theatres: The   state-owned   Deutsches   Schauspielhaus,   the   Thalia   Theater,   and the   Kampnagel   are   well-known   theatres   in   Germany   and   abroad. The   English   Theatre   near   U2   Mundsburg   station   was   established   in 1976    and    is    the    oldest    professional    English    speaking    theatre    in Germany   having   exclusively   English   native   speaking   actors   in   its staff. Museums: Art    Gallery    and    Gallery    of    Contemporary Arts    (Kunsthalle    Hamburg)    is    located    near central    station.    In    2008    the    Internationales Maritimes   Museum   Hamburg   opened   in   the HafenCity   quarter.   Two   museum   ships   near Landungsbrücken   bear   witness   to   freight   ship   (Cap   San   Diego)   and cargo sailing ship (Rickmer Rickmers) time.    Museum   BallinStadt   Emigration   City   reminds   of   the   vast   streams   of European   people   emigrating   from   those   mass   accommodation   halls between   1850   and   1939   to   North   and   South   America.   Those   people from   overseas   stemming   from   emigrants   may   search   in   data   banks for their ancestors. Music: Music    in    Hamburg    diversifies    from    classical    music    to    hip    hop, heavy metal, and psychedelic trance music. The           Hamburg State   Opera   is   one of       the       leading German          opera houses.                 Its orchestra      is      the   H    a    m    b    u    r    g    .      Hamburg's      other orchestra      is      the North          German Radio     Symphony Orchestra.          The main     concert     venue     is     the     Laeiszhalle     Musikhalle     Hamburg, pending    the    completion    of    the    Elbphilharmonie    Hamburg.    The Laeiszhalle   is   the   home   of   the   Hamburger   Symphoniker.   Hamburg was one city to take part in the Complaints Choir project. Since    the    German    premiere    of    Cats    in    1985    there    are    always    a number   of   musicals   being   played   in   the   city.   Among   them   have been    Phantom    of the      Opera,      The Lion        King        or Dirty          Dancing (before    there    was Dance        of        the Vampires).       This density,    which    is the       highest       in Germany,              is partly       due       to Germany's     major musical         production         company         Stage Entertainment    being    located    in    Hamburg. One   of   the   musical   theatres   is   a   large   tent   in the   harbour,   guests   either   arrive   by   boat   or through the historic Old Elbe Tunnel. Tourism: Tourists    play    a    significant    role    in    the    city's    economy.    In    2007, H    a    m    b    u    r    g      attracted          more than           3,985,105 visitors    (+3.7%    to 2006)                 with 7    ,    4    0    2    ,    4    2    3      o   v   e   r   n   i   g   h   t       (+3.1%).           More than              700,000 people              from abroad              were visiting       for       an average   duration   of   stay   of   2.1   days.   More   than   175,000   full-time employees   and   a   revenue   of   €9.3   billion   make   the   tourism   industry a    major    economic    factor    in    the    Hamburg    Metropolitan    Region. Hamburg    has    one    of    the    fastest-growing    tourism    industries    in Germany.       From 2001    to    2007,    the overnight   stays   in the       city       grew about              55.2% (Berlin         +52.7%, - W    e     s     t     e     r     n       Pomerania +33%). A                   typical Hamburg         visit includes   a   tour   of the    city    hall    and the   grand   church   St.   Michaelis   (called   the   Michel),   and   visiting   the old   warehouse   district   (Speicherstadt)   and   the   harbour   promenade (Landungs-brücken).    Sightseeing    buses    connect    these    points    of interest.   As   Hamburg   is   one   of   the   world's   largest   harbours   many visitors   take   one   of   the   harbour   and/or   canal   boat   tours   (Große Hafenrundfahrt,   Fleetfahrt)   which   start   from   the   Landungsbrücken. Major destinations also include museums. Many    visitors    take    a    walk    in    the    evening    around    the    area    of Reeperbahn   in   the   quarter   St.   Pauli,   considered   Europe's   largest   red light   district   and   home   of   strip   clubs,   brothels,   bars   and   nightclubs. The   singer   and   actor   Hans   Albers   is   strongly   associated   with   St. Pauli,     providing     in     the     1940s     the     neighbourhood's     unofficial anthem,   "Auf   der   Reeperbahn   Nachts   um   Halb   Eins."   The   song explains   in   a   polite   way   how   a   sailor   enjoys   his   last   day   with   a trollop before going aboard.
    It      was      in      the Reeperbahn      that The   Beatles   began their   career   with   a 48-night   residency at   the   Indra   Club, and    then    another 58    nights    at    the Kaiserkeller,         in 1960,   the   Top   Ten Club    (1961),    and the            Star-Club (1962).           Others prefer   the   laidback   neighbourhood   Schanze   with   its   street   cafés   or a   barbecue   on   one   of   the   beaches   along   the   river   Elbe.   Hamburg's famous   zoo,   the   Tierpark   Hagenbeck,   was   founded   in   1907   by   Carl Hagenbeck as the first zoo with moated, bar less enclosures. People   may   visit   Hamburg   because   of   a   specific   interest,   notably one   of   the   musicals,   a   sports   event,   a   congress   or   fair.   In   2005   the average    visitor    spent    two    nights    in    Hamburg.    The    majority    of visitors            come from         Germany (80%);               most foreigners           are E   u   r   o   p   e   a   n   ,     especially        from the                 United Kingdom           and Switzerland,     and the    largest    group from             outside Europe          comes from     the     United States. Festivals and regular events: Hamburg   is   noted   for   several   festivals   and   regular   events.   Some   of them   are   street   festivals,   such   as   the   gay   pride   Christopher   Street Day    festival    or    the    Alster    fair,    held    at    the    Binnenalster.    The Hamburger   Dom   is   a   northern   Germany's   biggest   fun   fair   held three    times    a    year.    Hafengeburtstag    is    a    funfair    to    honour    the birthday   of   the   port   of   Hamburg   with   a   party   and   a   ship   parade. The   biker's   divine   service   in   Saint   Michael's   Church   attracts   tens   of thousands   biker.   Christmas   markets   in   December   were   held   among other   locations   at   the   Hamburg   Rathaus   square.   For   art   and   culture the    long    night    of museums       offers one     entrance     fee for        about        40 museums         until midnight.   In   2008 the   6th   festival   of cultures   was   held in     September,     to celebrate             the multi   cultural   life. The             Filmfest Hamburg—a    film festival   originated   from   the   1950s   film   days   (German:   Film   Tage) and   others—presents   a   wide   range   of   films.   The   Hamburg   Messe and    Congress    offers    a    location    for    several    trade    fairs,    such hanseboot,   an   international   boat   show,   or   Du   und   deine   Welt,   a large   consumer   exhibition.   Regular   sports   events—some   open   to pro     and     amateur     participants—are     the     cycling     competition Vattenfall   Cyclassics,   Hamburg   Marathon,   the   biggest   marathon   in Germany    after    Berlin,    the    tennis    tournament    Hamburg    Masters and equestrian events like Deutsches Derby. Architecture: Hamburg   has   architecturally   significant   buildings   in   a   wide   range of    styles.    There    are    only    a    few    skyscrapers.    Churches    like    St. Nicholas's   church,   the   world   tallest   building   in   the   19th   century, are    important    landmarks.    The    skyline    of    Hamburg    features    the high     spires     of     the     principal     churches     (Hauptkirchen)     Saint Michael's    Church    (nicknamed    “Michel"),    Saint    Peter's    Church, Saint   James's   Church   and   Saint   Catherine's   Church   covered   with copper plates. The   many   canals   in   Hamburg   are   crossed   by   over   2300   bridges, more   than   those   of   Amsterdam   and   Venice   combined.   Hamburg has   more   bridges   inside   its   city   limits   than   any   other   city   in   the world.      The      Köhlbrandbrücke,      Freihafen      Elbbrücken,      and Lombards-brücke     and K   e   n   n   e   d   y   b   r   ü   c   k   e     dividing      Binnenalster from    Aussenalster    are important               traffic structures. The     town     hall     is     a richly    decorated    Neo- Renaissance      building finished    in    1897.    The tower     is     112     metres (367       ft.)       high.       Its facade,   111   m   (364   ft.) long,   depicts   the   emperors   of   the   Holy Roman   Empire,   since   Hamburg   was,   as a    Free    Imperial    City,    only    under    the sovereignty      of      the      emperor.      The Chilehaus,   a   brick   stone   office   building built   in   1922   and   designed   by   architect Fritz   Höger   is   spectacularly   shaped   like an ocean liner. To     be     completed     around     2016,     Europe's     largest     inner     city development   as   of   2012,   the   quarter   HafenCity,   will   house   about 10,000   inhabitants   and   15,000   workers.   Its   ambitious   planning   and architecture    (among    other    designs    by    Rem    Kolhaas    and    Renzo Piano   will   be   realized)   are   slowly   coming   into   shape.   By   the   end   of 2016,   the   Elbe   Philharmonic   Hall   (Elbphilharmonie)   is   scheduled   to house   its   first   concerts   in   a   spectacular   building   designed   by   the Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron on top of an old warehouse. The   many   parks   of   Hamburg   are   distributed   over   the   whole   city, which            makes Hamburg    a    very green      city.      The biggest    parks    are the   Stadtpark,   the O    h    l    s    d    o    r    f      Cemetery          and Planten                un Blomen.             The Stadtpark,   Hamburg's   "Central   Park",   has   a   great   lawn   and   a   huge water   tower,   which   houses   one   of   Europe's   biggest   Planetariums. The   park   and   its   buildings   were   also   designed   by   Fritz   Schumacher in the 1910s. Climate: The   warmest   months   in   Hamburg   are   June,   July,   and   August,   with mean   temperatures   of   19.9   to   22.2   °C   (67.8   to   72.0   °F).   The   coldest are   December,   January,   and   February,   with   mean   temperatures   of   - 1.4 to 0.0 °C (29.5 to 32 °F). 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From 14 nights:  44,-€   7 - 13 nights:  47,-€ 5 - 6 nights:  52,-€ For the 3rd person each night:  12,-€    From 2 weeks in the winter half-year special prices     possible.  Fees for 1 up to 4 nights on inquiry.  Less than 4 nights are only short-dated bookable.   All prices for each night - date: 2018/19 For bedclothes we charge once 5,-€ each person. (optional) For towels we charge once 5,-€ each person. (optional) Final cleaning inclusive. Regrettably your domestic animals have to stay at home. We also ask for your understanding, that SMOKING is not accepted inside our holiday flat, at the terrace yes! The day of your arrival our flat is at your command from 2:00pm, the day of your departure until 10:00am.
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The location: Centrally but quietly situated holiday home. Residential area, no transit traffic. All kinds of shopping facilities very near.           ALDI, MARKTKAUF, BAKERY HILLERT, BUDNIKOWSKY. 5 minutes (within walking distance) to the train station.                                                                         By train you reach easily destinations like Hamburg & Stade. In 15 minutes (on foot) you get to the picturesque Old Town of Buxtehude. A huge forest (recreation area), the "Neukloster Forst" is situated in a distance of about 1km.     So why not leave for some big day outs by bike? As well you are welcome to use our bicycles for free!
Living Room                                                         Bedroom             (2 beds) Dining Room * Kitchen               (separate) Bathroom    (tub + shower) Terrace   Storage             (external) *Dining room can be transformed into second bedroom (For long-term residents from 2 weeks up)
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Furthermore:   Electric   iron,   ironing-board,   clock   radio, hairdryer,   portable   radio,   coffee   maker,   electric   kettle, toaster & egg boiler.  
| Ausgewiesene Marken gehören ihren jeweiligen Eigentümern | | Copyright © 2005-2018 Antje Schmidt |              | Webdesign Stephan Schmidt |
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LIVE CENTRALLY - ENJOY THE AMBIENCE    You   are   searching   for   a   quite   nice   vacation   rental   for   2   or   3 persons? Therefore      we      can      offer      you      our affectionately      renovated      old      house holiday home! About   58   sqm   (630   sq.   ft.)   wide   with   a   living room,   a   dining   room,   a   bedroom,   a   separate   completely equipped   fitted   kitchen   with   washing   machine*   plus   laundry dryer     (common),     micro-wave,     and     of     course     a     nice bathroom with tub & shower.   *(for a small fee)   In    addition    a    small    terrace    with    garden    furniture    and    a marvellous view at the garden.
Furthermore:   Electric   iron,   ironing-board,   clock   radio, hairdryer,   portable   radio,   coffee   maker,   electric   kettle, toaster & egg boiler.  
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Antje Schmidt Neue Straße 7 D - 21614 Buxtehude   Tel.: +49/4161/81950 mobile: +49162/4464834   Email:  antje-schmidt-bux@web.de Homepage: http://www.buxtehude-ferienwohnung.com
A    digital    satellite-TV-set    (32    inch    Flat    screen),    a    DVD- player,   W-LAN   internet   connection   and   a   nice   little   hi-fi- system   (cd,   tuner,   cassette)   are   placed   at   your   disposal. For    your    bicycles    we    may    offer    you    your    own    external storage room. Separate Entrance      -      Ground Floor
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Distances: Shopping facilities: Train station/ Subway: Restaurants: Altes Land (Old Land): Elberiver: Ferry boat: Stade: Airport Hamburg: Hamburg (City): Lüneburg: Cuxhaven:
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Buxtehude - Hanseatic city, adorable and cheerful!
Buxtehude               offers              you comprehensive      possibilities      for your     recreational     activities:     For example    trips    to    the    historic    old towns    of    Buxtehude    or    Stade,    to the     "Old     Land"     (Altes     Land), through   the   valley   of   the   river   Este (Estetal)     and     to     the     famous"     Heath     lands     of     Luneburg" (Lüneburger      Heide).      Or      what about      to      make      sometime      an excursion   by   ferry   boat   at   the   Elbe to   Blankenese,   to   the   famous   fish market   (Fischmarkt)   or   to   the   St. Pauli   landing   stages   in   Hamburg (St. Pauli Landungsbrücken)? The central area of Buxtehude 38,500    people    live    today    in    the    central    area    of    Buxtehude, before   the   gates   of   Hamburg   and   on   the   outskirts   of Altes   Land with   its   beautiful,   blossoming   fruit   trees.   The   historical   old- town   center   with   its   pedestrian   shopping   zone,   canal   facility, moat,    Marschtor    military    lookout    post    and    beautiful    town houses   is   a   special   attraction   for   visitors   from   far   and   near.   The St.    Petri    Church is        the        most important       old- style    building;    a   gothic,     redbrick basilica           built around           1300 A.D. Street        festivals are      held      often and       celebrated with   great   enthusiasm   in   these   charming   surroundings.   The “Old-Town   Festival”,   the   “Wine   Festival”   and   the   “Christmas Market”   consistently   fill   the   streets   and   alleyways   with   merry- makers.   Cultural   life   is   indeed   very   much   alive   in   Buxtehude. The   “Buxtehuder   Bulle”;   one   of   the   most respected     literature     awards     for     young people    and    the    Buxtehude    museum    for regional    history    and    art    provide    strong evidence of this. Buxtehude,     with     its     healthy     mixture     of     industry     and commerce,     can     be     proud     of     its     economic     achievements; internationally    renown    names    such    as:    Babcock    Materials Handling,    Bacardi,    K.I.D.    systems,    Malteser    Kreuz   Aquavit, NSB     Niederelbe     Shipping     Company,     National     Rejectors, Pioneer   Hi-Bred   and   the   Unilever   subsidiary   Lever   Fabergé   are ample   proof   of   this.   All   in   all,   well-over   15,000   people   earn their living in Buxtehude. Further   plus   points   for   Buxtehude   as   an   economic   base   include its   University   of Applied   Sciences   for   north-east   Niedersachsen which   specializes in       architecture, real               estate   and                  civil engineering,     the - Center         which offers        start-up support             for y      o      u      n      g          and   a   number   of highly-attractive   commercial   areas   near   the   center.   The   strong performance   of   its   retail   outlets   in   the   historical   town   center has   turned   Buxtehude   into   a   popular   spot   for   shopping   and tourism.
  Hamburg Hamburg    is   the   second-largest   city   in   Germany   (after   Berlin). The city is home to approximately 1.8 million people. Culture and contemporary life: Hamburg     offers more      than      40 theatres,             60 museums        and 100                music venues             and clubs.     In     2005, more      than      18 million        people visited     concerts,   t   h   e   a   t   r   e   s   ,     cinemas,     museums,     and     other     performances     of     cultural achievement. Theatres: The   state-owned   Deutsches   Schauspielhaus,   the   Thalia   Theater, and   the   Kampnagel   are   well-known   theatres   in   Germany   and abroad.   The   English   Theatre   near   U2   Mundsburg   station   was established    in    1976    and    is    the    oldest    professional    English speaking   theatre   in   Germany   having   exclusively   English   native speaking actors in its staff. Museums: Art   Gallery   and   Gallery   of   Contemporary Arts   (Kunsthalle   Hamburg)   is   located   near central   station.   In   2008   the   Internationales Maritimes    Museum    Hamburg    opened    in the       HafenCity       quarter.       Two       museum       ships       near Landungsbrücken   bear   witness   to   freight   ship   (Cap   San   Diego) and cargo sailing ship (Rickmer Rickmers) time.    Museum    BallinStadt    Emigration    City    reminds    of    the    vast streams    of    European    people    emigrating    from    those    mass accommodation    halls    between    1850    and    1939    to    North    and South   America.   Those   people   from   overseas   stemming   from emigrants may search in data banks for their ancestors. Music: Music   in   Hamburg   diversifies   from   classical   music   to   hip   hop, heavy   metal,   and p   s   y   c   h   e   d   e   l   i   c     trance music. The        Hamburg State      Opera      is one         of         the leading     German opera   houses.   Its orchestra     is     the   H   a   m   b   u   r   g   .     Hamburg's   other orchestra    is    the    North    German    Radio    Symphony    Orchestra. The     main     concert     venue     is     the     Laeiszhalle     Musikhalle Hamburg,    pending    the    completion    of    the    Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.    The    Laeiszhalle    is    the    home    of    the    Hamburger Symphoniker.    Hamburg    was    one    city    to    take    part    in    the Complaints Choir project. Since   the   German   premiere   of   Cats   in   1985   there   are   always   a number   of   musicals   being   played   in   the   city. Among   them   have been   Phantom   of   the   Opera,   The   Lion   King   or   Dirty   Dancing (before   there   was   Dance   of   the   Vampires).   This   density,   which is   the   highest   in   Germany,   is   partly   due   to   Germany's   major musical     production     company     Stage     Entertainment     being located   in   Hamburg.   One   of   the   musical   theatres   is   a   large   tent in    the    harbour,    guests    either    arrive    by    boat    or    through    the historic Old Elbe Tunnel. Tourism: Tourists     play     a significant       role in        the        city's economy.            In 2007,      Hamburg attracted       more than        3,985,105 visitors   (+3.7%   to 2006)              with 7   ,   4   0   2   ,   4   2   3     o   v   e   r   n   i   g   h   t       (+3.1%).   More   than   700,000   people   from   abroad   were   visiting for   an   average   duration   of   stay   of   2.1   days. More    than    175,000    full-time    employees and    a    revenue    of    €9.3    billion    make    the tourism   industry   a   major   economic   factor in     the     Hamburg     Metropolitan     Region. Hamburg    has    one    of    the    fastest-growing tourism     industries     in     Germany.     From     2001     to     2007,     the overnight   stays   in   the   city   grew   about   55.2%   (Berlin   +52.7%, - W    e    s    t    e    r    n      P   o   m   e   r   a   n   i   a     +33%). A                  typical Hamburg        visit includes   a   tour   of the   city   hall   and the   grand   church St.           Michaelis (called               the Michel),           and visiting    the    old    warehouse    district    (Speicherstadt)    and    the harbour    promenade    (Landungs-brücken).    Sightseeing    buses connect    these    points    of    interest.   As    Hamburg    is    one    of    the world's   largest   harbours   many   visitors   take   one   of   the   harbour and/or    canal    boat    tours    (Große    Hafenrundfahrt,    Fleetfahrt) which    start    from    the    Landungsbrücken.    Major    destinations also include museums. Many   visitors   take   a   walk   in   the   evening   around   the   area   of Reeperbahn       in the     quarter     St. Pauli,           consi- dered      Europe's largest    red    light district             and home      of      strip clubs,      brothels, bars                  and nightclubs.      The singer   and   actor Hans     Albers     is strongly   associated   with   St.   Pauli,   providing   in   the   1940s   the neighbourhood's     unofficial     anthem,     "Auf     der     Reeperbahn Nachts   um   Halb   Eins."   The   song   explains   in   a   polite   way   how   a sailor enjoys his last day with a trollop before going aboard.
It   was   in   the   Reeperbahn   that   The   Beatles   began   their   career with   a   48-night   residency   at   the   Indra   Club,   and   then   another 58   nights   at   the   Kaiserkeller,   in   1960,   the   Top   Ten   Club   (1961), and     the     Star-Club     (1962).     Others     prefer     the     laidback neighbourhood   Schanze   with   its   street   cafés   or   a   barbecue   on one         of         the beaches        along the     river     Elbe. H   a   m   b   u   r   g   '   s     famous    zoo,    the T    i    e    r    p    a    r    k      Hagenbeck,    was founded    in    1907 by                    Carl Hagenbeck         as the   first   zoo   with moated,    bar    less enclosures. People    may    visit    Hamburg    because    of    a    specific    interest, notably   one   of   the   musicals,   a   sports   event,   a   congress   or   fair. In   2005   the   average   visitor   spent   two   nights   in   Hamburg.   The majority              of visitors          come from       Germany (80%);            most foreigners         are E   u   r   o   p   e   a   n   ,     especially      from the              United Kingdom         and Switzerland,   and the   largest   group from          outside Europe comes from the United States. Festivals and regular events: Hamburg    is    noted    for    several    festivals    and    regular    events. Some    of    them    are    street    festivals,    such    as    the    gay    pride Christopher   Street   Day   festival   or   the   Alster   fair,   held   at   the Binnenalster.   The Hamburger   Dom is       a       northern G   e   r   m   a   n   y   '   s     biggest    fun    fair held    three    times a                      year.   is     a     funfair     to honour              the birthday     of     the port   of   Hamburg with   a   party   and   a   ship   parade.   The   biker's   divine   service   in Saint     Michael's     Church     attracts     tens     of     thousands     biker. Christmas    markets    in    December    were    held    among    other locations   at   the   Hamburg   Rathaus   square.   For   art   and   culture the   long   night   of   museums   offers   one   entrance   fee   for   about   40 museums   until   midnight.   In   2008   the   6th   festival   of   cultures was   held   in   September,   to   celebrate   the   multi   cultural   life.   The Filmfest   Hamburg—a   film   festival   originated   from   the   1950s film   days   (German:   Film   Tage)   and   others—presents   a   wide range    of    films.    The    Hamburg    Messe    and    Congress    offers    a location     for     several trade        fairs,        such hanseboot,                  an international           boat show,      or      Du      und deine     Welt,     a     large consumer     exhibition. Regular                sports events—some   open   to pro       and       amateur participants—are     the cycling       competition Vattenfall      Cyclassics,      Hamburg      Marathon,      the      biggest marathon    in    Germany    after    Berlin,    the    tennis    tournament Hamburg Masters and equestrian events like Deutsches Derby. Architecture: Hamburg   has   architecturally   significant   buildings   in   a   wide range   of   styles.   There   are   only   a   few   skyscrapers.   Churches   like St.   Nicholas's   church,   the   world   tallest   building   in   the   19th century,    are    important    landmarks.    The    skyline    of    Hamburg features      the      high      spires      of      the      principal      churches (Hauptkirchen)   Saint   Michael's   Church   (nicknamed   “Michel"), Saint     Peter's     Church,     Saint     James's     Church     and     Saint Catherine's Church covered with copper plates. The   many   canals in    Hamburg    are crossed    by    over 2300          bridges, more    than    those of        Amsterdam and              Venice c   o   m   b   i   n   e   d   .     Hamburg         has more          bridges inside      its      city limits     than     any other    city    in    the    world.    The    Köhlbrandbrücke,    Freihafen Elbbrücken,      and      Lombards-brücke      and      Kennedybrücke dividing   Binnenalster   from   Aussenalster   are   important   traffic structures. The   town   hall   is   a   richly   decorated   Neo-Renaissance   building finished   in   1897.   The   tower   is   112   metres   (367   ft.)   high.   Its facade,   111   m   (364   ft.)   long,   depicts   the   emperors   of   the   Holy Roman   Empire,   since   Hamburg   was,   as   a   Free   Imperial   City, only   under   the   sovereignty   of   the   emperor.   The   Chilehaus,   a brick    stone    office    building    built    in    1922    and    designed    by architect    Fritz    Höger    is    spectacularly    shaped    like    an    ocean liner. To    be    completed    around    2016,    Europe's    largest    inner    city development    as    of    2012,    the    quarter    HafenCity,    will    house about    10,000    inhabitants    and    15,000    workers.    Its    ambitious planning    and    architecture    (among    other    designs    by    Rem Kolhaas           and Renzo   Piano   will be                  realized) are                slowly coming              into shape.         By         the end            of            2016, the                    Elbe Philharmonic         Hall         (Elbphilharmonie)         is         scheduled         to house   its   first   concerts   in   a   spectacular   building   designed   by the    Swiss    firm    Herzog    &    de    Meuron    on    top    of    an    old warehouse. The   many   parks   of   Hamburg   are   distributed   over   the   whole city,    which    makes    Hamburg    a    very    green    city.    The    biggest parks   are   the   Stadtpark,   the   Ohlsdorf   Cemetery   and   Planten   un Blomen.   The   Stadtpark,   Hamburg's   "Central   Park",   has   a   great lawn   and   a   huge   water   tower,   which   houses   one   of   Europe's biggest    Planetariums.    The    park    and    its    buildings    were    also designed by Fritz Schumacher in the 1910s. Climate: The   warmest   months   in   Hamburg   are   June,   July,   and   August, with   mean   temperatures   of   19.9   to   22.2   °C   (67.8   to   72.0   °F).   The coldest    are    December,    January,    and    February,    with    mean temperatures of -1.4 to 0.0 °C (29.5 to 32 °F). 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From 14 nights:  44,-€   7 - 13 nights:  47,-€ 5 - 6 nights:  52,-€ For the 3rd person each night:  12,-€    From 2 weeks in the winter half-year special prices     possible.  Fees for 1 up to 4 nights on inquiry.  Less than 4 nights are only short-dated bookable.   All prices for each night - date: 2018/19 For bedclothes we charge once 5,-€ each person. (optional) For towels we charge once 5,-€ each person. (optional) Final cleaning inclusive. Regrettably your domestic animals have to stay at home. We also ask for your understanding, that SMOKING is not accepted inside our holiday flat, at the terrace yes! The day of your arrival our flat is at your command from 2:00pm, the day of your departure until 10:00am.
The location: Centrally but quietly situated holiday home. Residential area, no transit traffic. All kinds of shopping facilities very near.           ALDI, MARKTKAUF, BAKERY HILLERT, BUDNIKOWSKY. 5 minutes (within walking distance) to the train station.                                                                         By train you reach easily destinations like Hamburg & Stade. In 15 minutes (on foot) you get to the picturesque Old Town of Buxtehude. A huge forest (recreation area), the "Neukloster Forst" is situated in a distance of about 1km.     So why not leave for some big day outs by bike? As well you are welcome to use our bicycles for free!
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