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Hamburg, along with Berlin, is one of Germany’s city-states, a major port city and one cool place to visit and to live. Every corner of the city practically bursts with culture and excitement. Multicultural restaurants, art galleries, music festivals, world-class business operations and impressive architectural wonders dot this city’s landscape. City visitors enjoy taking in the nightlife at dance clubs, meeting up with friends for drinks and appetizers in one of Hamburg’s classy cocktail lounges or taking in some live theater.
Its history stretches all the way back to at least the Medieval period. It was a member of the Hanseatic League, a confederation of merchants guilds in Central and Northwestern Europe. Its commercial importance remains to this day. It is the third-largest port in Europe and the home of some of Germany’s biggest news outlets, Die Zeit and Der Spiegel.
Check out your options for luggage storage in Hamburg before you come to this lively city. Bounce has partners all over Hamburg who are waiting to take your bags for a couple of hours. These partners are usually located in easy-to-find establishments, like hotels, dry cleaners, and coffee and tea shops. Take a look at your Bounce app to find a bag drop near you.
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Luggage storage in Hamburg costs only $5.90 on the Bounce platform for each bag or piece of luggage.
The Bounce platform offers dozens of bag and luggage storage locations throughout Hamburg. With 24/7 customer support and up to $5,000 in insurance for every booking, luggage storage in Hamburg as never been easier.
The central train station in Hamburg is one of largest in both Germany and in Europe in general. Around 500,000 passengers pass through the station each day. It lies close to the city center, making it convenient to reach your home, office or hotel from its doors. Hamburg’s main station replaced four smaller stations when it opened in 1906: the Berliner Bahnhof, the Venloer Bahnhof, the Lübecker Bahnhof, and the Klosterthor Bahnhof.
But it’s not just a place to catch trains. Inside the station’s Wandehalle (the Promenade Hall), you’ll find a small shopping plaza. On any given day, you can pick up a prescription at the pharmacy, grab some lunch and buy some flowers to brighten up your home. If you’re an art lover, you can also take in some art in the gallery there, too.
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For chocolate lovers, chocolate counts as a legit food group. For serious chocolate lovers, it might be the only food group of importance. Maybe you’re among them. If so, there’s Hamburg’s Chocoversum, or the Chocolate Museum. A visit to this space dedicated to all things chocolate reveals the history of everyone’s favorite sweet brown concoction. It also provides visitors with instruction on what makes a most excellent cocoa bean, and if you’re really adventurous, it’s even possible to make chocolate bar of your very own. Seriously, visitors to Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory never had it so good.
Tours of the museum take around 90 minutes. During the week, tours of the museum are conducted in German. However, if you go on the weekend, you can catch a tour in English. And while it might be tempting to take your bags with you to the chocolate museum - how else are you going to haul all that chocolate home? - you definitely want your hands free for this experience. If that’s the case, then talk to one of our Bounce partners about bag storage in Hamburg near the Chocolate Museum.
Visitors to Hamburg who love art and color and vibrancy head over to St. Georg, a district that lies just a stone’s throw away from the city’s Central Station. On any given day, you might see university students steeped in spirited conversations as they head to class at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. It’s responsible for both educating students and for providing much of the artsy vibe that this district possesses. Additionally, due to the number of gay-friendly and gay-owned businesses in the area, St. Georg is also the city’s de facto gay district. The annual Pride Parade starts in this district.
For those who want to get outside for a spell, the Outer Alster Lake counts as a must-visit. People head to this outdoor space daily to take a walk or a jog, to ride their bikes or even to rent a boat for a trip around the lake. St. Georg also has much to offer people who want to delve more deeply into the city’s foodie scene. There are numerous restaurants, bars and cafes, (where you can not only fill up on something delicious but also possibly find a Bounce partner, too). As for St. Georg’s spiritual life, the Mariendom (St. Mary’s Cathedral in English) is the Archbishop of Hamburg’s seat.
If you’re a Bounce member, it’s likely that you’ll be visiting one of St. Georg’s many attractions, like the Museum Hall in Hamburg or the Deutsches Schauspielhaus. Or maybe you want to nab some Turkish food before heading to the Savoy Cinema for a night at the movies. Regardless, you’ll want to check your Bounce app to find out about your options for luggage storage in Hamburg. Our partners in the city will gladly take care of your bags while you steep yourself in a little cultural for a few hours.
Hamburg Airport provides Germany’s second-largest city with its international airport. Because of its size and importance as a port city, Hamburg sees quite a lot of air traffic: It’s the country’s fifth-busiest commercial airport. More than 17 million people pass through this airport annually. It holds the distinction of being the world’s oldest airport that’s still in operation.
In its early years, the Germany military used it as an airship hangar. Later, when the Allies need a port of call to carry out the Berlin Airlift, the Hamburg Airport served that role. In 2016, this airport became known as Hamburg Airport Helmut Schmidt, after one of Germany’s chancellor’s Helmut Schmidt. Today, numerous airlines fly into and out of this airport. Among them are Air Europa, Air France, British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines, Turkish Airlines and Wizz Air.
Numerous options for bag storage in Hamburg in and around the airport exist. Our Bounce partners can provide you and yours with a place to store your bags while you grab a bite to eat between flights or give you a break from lugging your bags around during a long layover.
Hamburg’s boomerang isn’t a boomerang in the strictest sense of the word, but in shape and in broader function, it is. We’re talking, of course, about the roof of the Central Bus Station in Hamburg. Its award-winning design resembles a boomerang, and given that people take the bus to go there and back again, in spirit, Hamburg’s boomerang fits the description in every sense of the word.
Designed by the engineering firm Schlaich Bergermann & Partner and the architectural firm of ASW Architekten Silcher, Werner und Redante, the building has been a destination of distinction for a number of years. Most notably, it won the Outstanding Structure Award from the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering or IABSE in 2006.
In a more practical sense, the Hamburg Central Bus Station is the destination for long-distance buses and coaches that come into and go out of Hamburg. Its location in the St. Georg district (and its design) makes it easy enough to find. It’s also a convenient location for our clients who are exploring their options for bag storage in Hamburg. Check out our app when you need to find a place to stash your luggage when you arrive in Hamburg via motorcoach.
Hamburg’s Speicherstadt is the 40th site in Germany to be awarded a UNESCO World Heritage Site distinction. But it’s more than just a pretty, albeit large, complex of buildings. At 260,000 square meters, it’s the planet’s biggest complex of warehouses. It’s also quite an architectural and engineering feat: It’s constructed on top of thousands of oak poles and sports a neo-gothic facade.
The Speicherstadt has existed in Hamburg since the late 19th century. These days, visitors come here to take a gander at sights, like Miniatur Wunderland (a gigantic model railway set), the Deutsches Zollmuseum, the International Maritime Museum Hamburg, the Automuseum Prototyp and the Hamburg Dungeon. While sights like these attract visitors to the Speicherstadt, it’s places like the Kaffeerösterei, a place where people can attend coffee tastings and grab a cup of coffee with friends, that encourages visitors and locals alike to stay awhile.
If you’re visiting the Speicherstadt and don’t want to be weighed down by your bags, check out Bounce’s options for luggage storage near Hamburg’s warehouse district.
The Reeperbahn is one of the city’s most colorful and interesting districts and it’s a study in contrasts. On the one hand, this area of Hamburg has art exhibitions, excellent concerts, the Operettenhaus (a musical theater) and other cultural attractions. On the other hand, it also has the city’s red light district.
The area’s various nightclubs, the Reeperbahn Festival and the cultural exhibits are some of the big draws in the area, as are the open markets, the outdoor concerts and the street fairs. It’s a bustling place that feels like it never sleeps. As such, visitors here will want to stash their bags at the door, so to speak. That’s where a Bounce partner can help. Many of the options for luggage storage on the Reeperbahn. Check out your Bounce app to find the right location for you.
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Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Hamburg?
Hamburg offers several scenic parks including Gremio Atiradores, Pracinha do operário, and Praça Tiradentes.
Where can I store my luggage in Hamburg?
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