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Build Your Own Hamburg Hen Do

01. Add Some Activities

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Yellow school bus sign

American Party Bus

Two pink cocktails being poured out from a cocktail shaker

Cocktail Workshop

Split image of a woman in a pool in a yellow dinghy, with a pair of legs in the foreground, and two rolled up towels and a bucket in a wooden sauna

Water Park Entry & Saunas

A woman lying on her back and receiving a facial, with a wooden tray of oils and flowers next to her

Spa Day

Four bottles of champagne in an ice bucket

Prosecco Bike

The back of a white, parked-up hummer

Hummer Hire 1 Hour

People jumping on trampolines in an indoor centre

Jump House - 1 hour

A magnifying glass on a table with a book in the background

Escape Rooms

A beer pedi bus in a square in Hamburg, during the day

Beer Pedi Bus - 1 hour

Line of three people's legs riding Segways

Segway Tour

Black and white image of a woman walking along a rope bridge above the ground

High Ropes Course

Line of red bikes parked up

Bike Tour Sightseeing

A woman in a pool in a yellow dinghy, with a pair of legs in the foreground

Water Park Entry

People playing on an outdoor pitch in inflatable zorbs

Bubble Football - 1.5 hours

People playing on an outdoor pitch in inflatable zorbs

Bubble Football - 1 hour

A woman waterskiing on a river


A large building on the harbour in Hamburg

Harbour Sightseeing Cruise

02. Choose a Hotel

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Glass exterior and sign of Arcotel Onyx during the day

Arcotel Onyx 4 Star Rating

The exterior of Arcotel Rubin Hamburg

Arcotel Rubin Hamburg 4 Star Rating

Exterior of Novotel Hamburg at night

Novotel Hamburg 4 Star Rating

A spacious double room with a white bed and long sofa running along the wall

Cityhotel Monopol 3 Star Rating

The exterior of Novum Hotel Eleazar City Centre under a clear blue sky

Novum Hotel Eleazar City Centre 3 Star Rating

The exterior of Novum Style Hotel Hamburg

Novum Style Hotel Hamburg-Centrum 3 Star Rating

The exterior sign of the St Joseph Hotel

St Joseph Hotel 3 Star Rating

A light and airy room with two double beds and a bunk bed

A&O Hostel Hamburg City 2 Star Rating

The exterior A&O Hostel Hamburg Hauptbahnhof

A&O Hostel Hamburg Hauptbahnhof 2 Star Rating

Two blue bunk beds on each side of the wall, with a long table and chairs in the middle of the room

A&O Hostel Hamburg Reeperbahn 2 Star Rating

03. Enter Your Details

LNOF Guide to Hamburg

A Carnival of culture and colour

Hamburg sits on the north coast of Germany and is a deliciously rich combination of cosmopolitan city culture, architectural splendour and incredible nightlife. It is known as Germany’s centre for shopping and culture, with over 50 museums and 30 theatres, but it is also fast becoming one of Europe’s most fashionable party destinations amongst those in the know.

The city has a reputation for its carnival of theatrical strip shows, sex shops and its liberal attitude to ladies of the night, but it is also awash with an abundance of cool, urban venues that make this city an uber-trendy playground. Think combining Moulin Rouge with hipster credentials, or blending London’s sexy Soho with bohemian Camden, and you’re getting close. The city has a buzzing live and electronic music scene and the Schanzenviertel District lies at the heart of this, fully embodying the trendy fusion of experimental music and old industrial spaces, with warehouse parties and former factories housing all-nighters – Hipster Hamburg at its finest.

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Me and the girls went to the Hamburg Christmas markets which were magical. The nightlife is easily the best I've experienced as well - the whole place is pretty special.

Jen McMahonProduct & Accounts Administrator

The St. Pauli district in the west of the city is home to the famous Reeperbahn - Hamburg’s answer to Amsterdam’s red light district. Whether you’re wary or fascinated by the novelty, it is well worth a visit – the sex industry may be in full swing, but the Reeperbahn is also packed with cultural attractions, restaurants, bars and clubs and is tourist-friendly and welcoming for those visiting out of curiosity. Crowds of thousands start to flock in from around 4pm and these days the Reeperbahn is as much about mainstream musicals that play to sold-out houses, stylish nightclubs that attract the wealthy and trendy, alternative pubs and bars where you can drink local beer and catch an up-and-coming music act. The Beatles rose to fame in Hamburg, and you don’t get finer music credentials than that.

However, we must advise you to avoid the Herbertstraße, a short side street in this district that is famous for having over 100 seductive ‘window displays’, is off-limits to women. It’s not illegal but, as a point of principle, the ladies in the windows are extremely territorial about other women being on their patch of turf and will happily throw things at you until you leave – you have been warned!