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THE MOST EXCITING ISLAND OF THE CITY.

There is an island in the middle of Hamburg. It is nestled between Bleichenfleet, Herrengrabenfleet and Alsterfleet. The Fleetinsel. Not a desolated area, but instead the centre of the Hamburg art market: In addition to ten contemporary art galleries, there are also art bookstores and studios.

Additionally, the island offers many culinary options. The numerous restaurants and cafes, such as Marinehof or Erste Liebe Bar, are popular with both locals and visitors. Admiralitätstraße has also become an important location for clinics, the fleet clinic, the diagnostic centre, the fertility centre, banks, insurance companies, hotels, and flats. A central, diverse and lively district in the middle of the water.

EVERYTHING CLOSE BY.

The nearby public transport is a great option as the S-Bahn station Stadthausbrücke, the underground stations Baumwall and Rödingsmarkt, as well as some bus stops can be reached within a few minutes on foot and the Hamburg main station with the underground in 10 minutes. The Admiralitätstraße leads directly into the Ludwig-Erhard-Straße (B4), one of the main traffic routes of the city. It is therefore easily accessible by car from all directions.

Admi Ahoi

The modern commercial building as an anchor point on Fleetinsel.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

The stops Rödingsmarkt (subway) and Stadthausbrücke (S-Bahn) are nearby.

2 MIN.

Rathaus

The Hamburg city hall is the home of the senate and located in the heart of the city.

9 MIN.

Michel

Sankt Michaelis (a.k.a. Michel) is the most famous church in Hamburg.

3 MIN.

Elphilharmonie

Concert hall, the city’s newest landmark and “cultural monument for all”.

6 MIN.

Landungsbrücken

The large ferry landing on the northern edge of the Port of Hamburg.

9 MIN.

Millerntor-Stadion

The official home of the most iconic Hamburg football club, FC St. Pauli.

12 MIN.

Erste liebe Bar

The first stop to get your morning gourmet coffee.

3 MIN.

restaurant marinehof

Culinary centre of Fleetinsel, directly opposite the Steigenberger Hotel.

3 MIN.

Rialto

Fine dining in a cozy atmosphere. Including a unique view of the canal.

3 MIN.

Alter wall hamburg

Hamburg’s newest boulevard. High-end shopping. Fine arts. Fine dining.

1 MIN.

Reeperbahn

Still the most sinful area of the city and popular tourist magnet.

10 MIN.

DIVE INTO THE
CANAL FLAIR

Even though there is sometimes low tide in the canals that mark the elongated Fleetinsel area, Hamburg’s city island has created a lively area of contrast.

This is where old and modern Hamburg come together in the most beautiful architectural way. This was no coincidence, because after the destruction of the war and demolition work by the Hamburg Senate, art patron Hans Jochen Waitz and architect Jan Störmer developed a solution in the 1980s to save the old buildings on Fleetinsel. The historic building complex on Hamburg’s inner city island became the centre for galleries in Hamburg.

Even though there is sometimes low tide in the canals that mark the elongated Fleetinsel area, Hamburg’s city island has created a lively area of contrast.

This is where old and modern Hamburg come together in the most beautiful architectural way. This was no coincidence, because after the destruction of the war and demolition work by the Hamburg Senate, art patron Hans Jochen Waitz and architect Jan Störmer developed a solution in the 1980s to save the old buildings on Fleetinsel. The historic building complex on Hamburg’s inner city island became the centre for galleries in Hamburg.

This way, the narrow strip of land between Stadthausbrücke and Baumwall was able to become a place with an invigorating atmosphere and unique charm.

Not only an area where islanders live and office workers commute to as well as visitors to Hamburg fill the many cafes and restaurants, it is also an attraction for artists and creative people, a place to look for rare treasures in second-hand bookshops or literary surprises in bookstores.

This way, the narrow strip of land between Stadthausbrücke and Baumwall was able to become a place with an invigorating atmosphere and unique charm.

Not only an area where islanders live and office workers commute to as well as visitors to Hamburg fill the many cafes and restaurants, it is also an attraction for artists and creative people, a place to look for rare treasures in second-hand bookshops or literary surprises in bookstores.

PARADISE FOR BOOKWORMS

Countless booksellers and second-hand bookshops can be found on Fleetinsel.

PARADISE FOR BOOKWORMS

Countless booksellers and second-hand bookshops can be found on Fleetinsel.

CREATIVITY, CULTURE, CUISINE

Fleetinsel is an area where people live and go to work. The lively culture of the district makes that possible – with a wide range of art and culinary options.

CREATIVITY, CULTURE, CUISINE

Fleetinsel is an area where people live and go to work. The lively culture of the district makes that possible – with a wide range of art and culinary options.