Herb Lester: Hamburg
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This prosperous port city has diversions to suit every traveller. Coffee and cake, all-night beers, fish sandwiches, vintage clothes for sale by the kilo, museums, book shops and, of course, all that water: canals, lakes and the mighty River Elbe.
From wealthy suburbs to the old docks, our 30 carefully selected suggestions for some of the best things to see, do, eat and drink are Authentically Hamburg.
Sample three entries from the guide: Gudberg Nerger, Milch and Zeise Kino.
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Herb Lester Associates publish guides for tourists and locals: witty, pretty, curious and opinionated. We research, write, print and distribute maps and guides to the world’s great cities. We seek out the well-used and much-loved, and enjoy the extraordinary as well as the everyday. Old bookshops and new coffee shops, park benches and dive bars, hat shops and haberdashers: this is the world according to Herb Lester.
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