11 Things you can do about easter with pleasure hamburg

11 things you can do about Easter

The 11 best cafés in Hamburg for breakfast

After moooooates without holidays, FINALLY another long weekend is just around the corner. Yippieh means not only a lot of time to visit the family, but also finally peace and quiet to cut off all the things in Hamburg from the to-do list that you have wanted to do for ages. If you still need some inspiration for the holidays, we have eleven great tips for you:

© Lina Hansen Brunch and asparagus munch at Vesper

Regardless of its name, you can not only have a good dinner in the "Vesper", but also brunch. Large groups in particular should keep an eye on the restaurant because it offers an extra room that can accommodate up to 60 people. The wide sun terrace pays off especially in summer – in the midst of the hustle and bustle on the lively Osterstraße, you would prefer to sit on the wide sidewalk all day and drink coffee. The large and varied buffet includes delicacies such as various antipasti, roast beef, Sunday roast or goulash with side dishes, pizza, Kaiserschmarrn and orange curd. From April onwards, gourmets can look forward to numerous variations of white or green stick vegetables during the asparagus season.

  • vespers
  • Osterstrasse 10-12, 20259 Hamburg
  • Monday – Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., Saturday – Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., Sunday brunch from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • More info

© Marc Huth Drink Mexicans in the MOLOTOW

The MOLOTOW has the tastiest Mexican – we all agree on that. Therefore, you should not miss this under any circumstances and make a detour to the indie temple. In addition to the red, liquid amusement, the Molotow gets the finest indie sounds on your ears. Also great about the MOLOTOW: The open audience, where you feel right at home.

  • Molotov
  • Nobistor 14, 22767 Hamburg
  • Open depending on the event
  • More info

© via Pixabay | CC BY 0 The Easter fire in Finkenwerder

The Finkenwerder volunteer fire brigade organizes a cozy Easter fire at the Osterfelddeich. The fire is lit at 6 p.m. Cold and hot drinks are provided. If you get hungry, order a fresh sausage from the charcoal grill. Particularly cool: the little ones can bake a stick bread at the children’s fire.

  • Finkenwerder Easter fire
  • Osterfelddeich 38, 21129 Hamburg
  • Saturday, April 20th: from 6 p.m.
  • free entry

© Andreas Baur Get out of Hamburg towards Wedel

Hamburg has a lot to offer culturally – but the surrounding cities are also impressive. If you drive westwards from the Landungsbrücken the Elbe will eventually land in Wedel. On the way to the small Schleswig-Holstein town, you cycle along the Elbchaussee along the Elbe beach, then you can see the chic Blankenese villas on your right. There is no procedure here – just following the Elbe.

  • frond
  • Strandbaddamm 18, 22880 Wedel

© Franzi Simon The Simbiosa offers vegans from Israel and coffee from Törnqvist

When the Brachmanns Galeron in Hein-Hoyer-Strasse closed its doors, the grief was great. What could follow the grandiose cheese spaetzle? The answer: fantastic cuisine from Israel – which is also completely vegan! The best thing to do is to order the starters (and absolutely the bright green falafel balls) to share and main dishes like the Sabich (fried eggplant that almost melts in your mouth) or the vegan Shakshuka to try. The icing on the cake: the coffee from Törnqvist is also served in the new restaurant on St. Pauli. These are the best prerequisites to convince us!

  • Simbiosa
  • Hein-Hoyer-Strasse 60, 20359 Hamburg
  • Wednesday – Sunday: 12 p.m. – 12 a.m.
  • More info

© Lilly Siewert Buying eggs from the egg vending machine

There are still happy chickens in Hamburg: in white plumage, the happy poultry runs across green meadows and lays its eggs in the ecologically correct half-timbered chicken coop. You can get exactly these happy eggs from the happy chickens here: in the egg vending machine. If you see eggs lying behind the window of the machine, throw in 2.00 euros and take six fresh eggs – the principle is so simple. It seems to be going so well that the machine in our picture is empty again. Or our author just got up too early.

  • MOTTE-chicken
  • Eulenstrasse 43, 22765 Hamburg
  • 2.00 euros
  • More info

© Anastasia Rastorguev Fine selection of cheeses with good wine in the widow’s ball

Mr. Axel Bode and his wife Julia originally wanted to open a wine bar to give young winegrowers a platform to present special wines. Then they started eating – a wonderful restaurant was created, including an excellent cheese platter (they are supplied by Hanne Nägele, see No. 1!). From the best raw milk cheese from Auvergne to grandiose milled goat, no cheese wish remains unfulfilled. Matching there is excellent wine in a romantic date atmosphere. Axel’s passion for cheese and wine even goes so far that he has both tattooed on his arm – you are in the most dedicated hands!

  • widow ball
  • Weidenallee 20, Hamburg
  • Tuesday – Saturday: 6:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m., Sunday: 5:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
  • More info

© Bartholomäustherme (top10hamburg) Relax for an afternoon in the Bartholomäus-Therme

What could be nicer than bobbing around in the warm water while planning your next vacation or just thinking about nothing. Then a detour to the sauna to sweat all bad energies and doze off happily on a lounger. Outstanding! Only the Saturday evening should be avoided – there is a couple time for candelight swimming. ih!

  • Bartholomew Therme
  • Bartholomäusstraße 95, Hamburg
  • Opening times October – April: Monday: 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., Tuesday to Saturday: 10 a.m. to 11 p.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. | Opening times May to September: Monday: 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., Tuesday to Friday: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • from 10.40 euros
  • More info

© Andreas Baur Feet in the sand in front of the Ahoi kiosk

A real classic on the Elbe beach. Hardly any other shop offers as much as the Ahoi beach kiosk when it comes to sticking your feet in the sand and sipping long drinks that suit your style. In the building, which was built especially for a wedding in 1900, today there are delicious snacks such as fish sandwiches or cakes, as well as cold beer and delicious wines. The best way to get to the beach kiosk is by taking the HVV ferry by driving to Övelgönne, otherwise you can just drive west to Elbchaussee. Our tip: Check out the beach kiosk at a late hour, then you have the chance of a pure sunset.

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