Irish, Irish, Irish and everyone speaks English, drinks pints of Guinness, and chats away about rugby and football. ... More
Irish, Irish, Irish and everyone speaks English, drinks pints of Guinness, and chats away about rugby and football. That´s what people expect of an Irish pub and that´s exactly what you might encounter at Finnegan's Wake. It is a real piece of Ireland in Hamburg. Not at all Irish are the late opening hours, however. There is no need for speedy heavy drinking and hectic last orders around 11p, which makes a visit so much more enjoyable for all. open from Monday to Saturday at 11a.
The Ernst Deutsch Theater is one of Germany's biggest privately maintained stages. Wolfgang Borchert and Friedrich Schütter founded it in
1951 and it is named after the actor Ernst Deutsch. The theater is easily accessible by foot from the ...
This theater, one of the biggest in Germany, has been named Theater of the Year on several occasions. The magnificent
white building, which dates back to 1900, has a Rococo style interior; busts of Goethe, Schiller, Lessing and Kleist ...
This place is full of Pogues, Kilkenny, whiskey, Irish coffee, rugby and football. It's a second home to all the
Irish people who live in Hamburg. They frequently visit this small cozy pub which is always packed, especially on ...