Fly to Hamburg at the Best Prices
Germany's most populous and crowded city after Berlin, Hamburg is one of the most visited regions of Europe for its commercial activities, rich history, and dynamic social life. Named after the “Hammaburg” castle had built by the Emperor Charlemagne in 808 A.D., Hamburg hosts the heritages of a deep-rooted history.
Established by the River Elbe and renowned for its bridges over this river, Hamburg offers splendid views from these bridges. In the city that hosts Europe's second biggest port, the commercial activities are rather developed. However, Hamburg is not a city visited for business only. For its delicious cuisine, world-renowned festivals organized within the year, dynamic nightlife, historical architecture, and canals, this city is one of Germany's most valuable excursion routes.
Friday / 04:47
GMT+2 (Kış saati) - GMT+3 (Yaz Saati)TIME PERIOD
How to go to the City Center from Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel Airport?
Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel Airport is the international airport of Hamburg that is Germany's second biggest city. Hamburg Fuhlsbüttel Airport that is the country's 5th airport with the busiest passenger traffic is quite busy in any period of the year. The airport that has 2 runways, 2 terminals, restaurants, cafés, stores, ATMs, foreign exchange offices, lounges, and children's playgrounds always focuses on its guests' comfort.
The airport is located in Fuhlsbüttel Quarter and 8.5 km to the city center. Since it is close to the city center, it is very easy to go to Hamburg city center from the airport. There are numerous means of transport for this.
You may prefer train travel to go to the city center from the airport. The train station just beneath the terminals offers the S1 S-Bahn line that takes you to the city center directly. By taking the train that departs every 10 minutes, you can get to Hamburg Hauptbahnhof station, and thus the city center, in 24 minutes. The next stop is Jungfernstieg, another central point of the city.
In Hamburg, bus is an indispensable transportation vehicle. If you want to go to the city center from the airport by bus, you can get on the bus number 606 and get off at Rathausmarkt stop. However, this line is active at nights only. Within the day, you can ride the bus number 292 to Ochsenzoll, Lattenkamp, and the bus number 274 to Ohlsdorf.
The taxis await you at the exits of both terminals of Hamburg Airport. At the airport, there are 10 licensed taxi firms. You can go to the city center by taxi in 25 minutes. However, this period may vary by traffic and weather conditions.
If you prefer a private option to go to the city center, you can rent a car. Remember that your chance of benefiting from the campaigns of the car rental firms will increase when you rent a car before your travel.