5 Days trip in Germany

Budget: 0 USD - 1500 USD Outdoor adventures Wildlife exploration Food exploration Beach activities City sightseeing
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Germany is a diverse and prosperous country in central-western Europe with a rich history, vibrant culture, and modern economy.

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Day 1

  1. Miniatur Wunderland

    120 minutes

    Visit Miniatur Wunderland, the world's largest model railway. Marvel at the meticulously crafted miniature worlds and trains.

  2. Stadtpark

    180 minutes

    Explore the scenic Stadtpark, a sprawling 153-acre park in the heart of Hamburg. Take a leisurely walk, go cycling, or spot local wildlife in the park's lakes and gardens.

  3. Fischmarkt

    90 minutes

    Experience Hamburg's vibrant fish market and try local seafood dishes, including fresh grilled fish sandwiches. Be sure to wake up early on a Sunday to catch the lively market atmosphere.

Day 2

  1. Elbphilharmonie

    120 minutes

    Visit the iconic Elbphilharmonie, one of Hamburg's most recognizable landmarks. Enjoy stunning views of the city's harbor and listen to music from world-renowned artists at this spectacular concert hall.

  2. St. Pauli neighborhood

    180 minutes

    Visit the trendy St. Pauli neighborhood, known for its lively nightlife, bars, and restaurants. Try local culinary delights such as currywurst, schnitzel, and artisanal beers.

  3. Reeperbahn

    120 minutes

    Experience one of the world's most famous red-light districts in Hamburg's Reeperbahn. Get a glimpse of the city's vibrant nightlife and party scene.

Day 3

  1. Alster Lakes

    180 minutes

    Take a scenic walk or rent a paddleboat on Hamburg's picturesque Alster Lakes. Enjoy a stunning view of the city's skyline and watch locals jogging or sailing along the shores.

  2. Blankenese neighborhood

    180 minutes

    Spend an afternoon in Blankenese, Hamburg's prettiest neighborhood by the river. Sample local food specialties such as marzipan and Hamburger Pannfisch at cozy cafes and restaurants.

  3. Beachclub Hamburg

    120 minutes

    End your day at Beachclub Hamburg, a popular hangout spot for locals. Take a swim in the outdoor pool, sip a cocktail on the beach, and dance to house music tunes.

Day 4

  1. Planten un Blomen

    180 minutes

    Explore Hamburg's famous botanical garden, Planten un Blomen. Walk through the scenic gardens and see a live water light show in the evenings during summer.

  2. Hafencity

    180 minutes

    Visit Hamburg's modern Hafencity district, home to architectural landmarks such as the Unilever building and the Marco Polo Tower. Enjoy brunch at one of the numerous hip cafes and restaurants.

  3. Schanzenviertel

    120 minutes

    Experience the trendy district Schanzenviertel, a hub for street art, artisanal stores, and bars. Enjoy an aperitif at the popular 20up bar, which offers a stunning view of the city's skyline.

Day 5

  1. Warehouse District

    180 minutes

    Embark on a walking tour of Hamburg's historic Warehouse District, Speicherstadt. Discover the district's unique architecture and learn about its role as one of the largest port cities in Europe.

  2. Oevelgönne Museum Harbor

    120 minutes

    Take a private tour of the Oevelgönne Museum Harbor, home to historic ships and boats. Learn about the city's rich maritime history and embark on a sailboat ride along Hamburg's harbor.

  3. Rathausmarkt

    120 minutes

    End your trip by visiting Hamburg's city center, Rathausmarkt. Take a self-guided tour of the city hall and try regional food specialties such as Aalsuppe, a local eel soup.

Estimated Cost (USD)


30-50 USD per night
80-120 USD per night
40-100 USD per night



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