Rebuilt several times since it was first erected in 1844, Altona station originally stood on the site now occupied by the ... More
Rebuilt several times since it was first erected in 1844, Altona station originally stood on the site now occupied by the town hall . In 1898 the station was relocated to its present site, with the bricks from the building used for the construction of the town hall. The Victorian station lasted some 80 years, but later was pulled down and replaced by a more modern building in the late 1970s. The station contains numerous shops (including the Mercado shopping centre) and is also connected to the S-Bahn network. This is Hamburg's second busiest station (after Hauptbahnhof ) and serves both local and international routes, particularly those heading westwards.
The Alster cruise starts at the Jungfernstieg berth. Boats leave every hour between April and October, and since there are
nine stops altogether, you can combine the trip with a bicycle tour or get off somewhere to take a ...
This elegant street is nearly 200 years old. It is located in Altona and is still one of the most
sought after addresses in the city. The boulevard like Palmaille, through which a strip of grass runs, is lined ...
Located close to the Congress Centre, the University and Planten un Blomen park, Dammtor is the no.1 stop for thousands
of business people, students and culture vultures. The third biggest station in the city (after Hauptbahnhof and Bahnhof Altona ...
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