Flights Kiev Borispol - Hamburg
Flights from 15. May until 7. October, 2018.
The northern and southern branches of the Elbe, along with numerous outflowing channels and canals, are what shape the character of the city. Where would Hamburg be without its river and the sprawling port area that opens the door to the rest of the world?
Boat trips of the harbour are particularly popular, with most departing from the jetties at Landungsbrücken. Visitors can travel across to the opposite shore on HVV-ferries.
Thanks to the Old Elbe Tunnel, visitors can also walk or cycle under the river to Steinwerder. The tunnel is closed to traffic at the weekends, making it a quieter time to pass through. On the other side, you can continue on to Wilhelmsburg, or take in the view of the cityscape framed by the river.
Cycling enthusiasts can also enjoy the 23 kilometre long Elbewanderweg path, which leads from Wedel, past the Wittenberger Heide nature reserve to Blankenese, then onwards through the beautiful Övelgönne and all the way to Landungsbrücken. There are plenty of shortcuts, and return ferries depart from many points along the way.
Catering for more than 170,000 flights and around 12 million passengers per year, the state-of-the-art Hamburg Airport is served by many German and foreign airlines. Almost all large German cities and European metropolises are accessible within between one and three hours. The Airport Express reaches the city centre from the airport’s location in Fuhlsbüttel within 20 minutes on a rapid transit S-Bahn.
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