Hamburg, a port city located in northern Germany, is Germany's second biggest city. Tourists on flights to Hamburg are likely to land at Airport Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel. The airport is modern with a number of facilities. There are a range of restaurants, bars, and shops. The airport offers Wi-Fi connectivity to tourists who wish to let their loved ones know their Hamburg flights have arrived. Once your flight has touched down, you can take the S-Bahn S1 commuter train line, which connects Hauptbahnhof station and the city center. Trains leave every 10 to 20 minutes. Cheap flights to Hamburg also land at Airport Lübeck-Blankensee, also known as Hamburg-Lubeck Airport. This airport is 40 miles away from Hamburg city center via the A1 motorway.
Hamburg's public transportation system is well developed. Buses run regularly throughout the day. During the evening, a "nachtbus" (night bus) service is in operation. This service connects the outlying districts with the city center. The Intracity underground and above-ground train service operates between 5 a.m. and 1 a.m. in the center of the city. Taxis are readily available in Hamburg and are usually ivory in color. Hamburg has six S-Bahn (light rail) lines and three U-Bahn (subway) lines. The S1 and U1 line connects Hamburg Airport and Ohlsdorf. Tourists on Hamburg flights can also explore the city by bicycle. Hamburg City Cycles rents bicycles to tourists.
The Hamburg Dungeon, a live action-packed presentation re-enacting events of ancient Hamburg, is a fun activity for tourists with children. The Miniatur Wunderland, the world's biggest model railway layout, will be loved by adults and children visiting the city. Both attractions are found near to the harbor. The Planten un Blomen, a park in the city, delights tourists with its fine flower displays, and the Stadtpark (city park) offers a planetarium that is located in an ancient water tower in the center of the park. Hagenbecks Tierpark, Hamburg's zoo, is a must-visit for tourists who have purchased airfare to Hamburg.
The main shopping area in Hamburg is the Mšnckebergstra§e, found in the city center. The side-street, Spitalerstra§e, also boasts an array of stores. Tourists who have purchased cheap flights to Hamburg in the hope of shopping at a fantastic complex will find Europa Passage the place to be. Budget cuisine in Hamburg can be found at Geelhaus and Lühmanns Teestube. Fischereihafen-Restaurant is for those with a larger budget. The restaurant offers views of the port and the River Elbe. For evening entertainment, tourists can head to Molotow/Meanie bar, a retro bar in a great venue.