To get a real feel for the various sights, sounds and textures of Hamburg, pull on some comfortable shoes and discover nearby neighborhoods like Speicherstadt, Hamburg, and Altstadt.
Visitors to Treppenviertel, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, should make tracks to the nearby museums and theaters. Take a tour, admire the interior of the building or simply enjoy the beautiful displays at Hamburger Kunsthalle, the Cap San Diego and Hamburg Museum. Arts lovers will find plenty to cheer about at venues such as Imperial Theater, Schauspielhaus and the Elbe Philharmonic Hall.
If the sun is shining, follow the lead of the locals who know the area best and appreciate the nearby green spaces. Visitors of all ages love to visit places like the Botanical Gardens and Japanese Garden. There is a charming atmosphere here as well as well-designed botanical displays.
A number of Hamburg’s attractions are in and around the Treppenviertel area, including Fish Market, the Planten un Blomen and Beatles Platz. For a relaxing change of pace, spend a little time at the area’s holy places, such as the St. Peter's Church, the St. Catherine's Church and the St. Nikolai Church.
If you enjoy souvenir and fashion shopping, head to the many stores of Grosse Freiheit, Europa Passage and Hanse Viertel.
An important part of Hamburg’s sporting and cultural landscape is Millerntor Stadium, home to the Hamburg Blue Devils football team in summer and the FC St. Pauli soccer team in winter. This stadium is also a first class live performance venue, so be sure to browse the event schedule to see what events coincide with your visit.
When it’s time to rest your weary feet after a long day exploring the charms of Treppenviertel, check in to one of the area's many accommodation options. If you're looking for great service and a comfortable bed, be sure to check out the Radisson Blu Hotel, the Hotel Hafen Hamburg, and the popular Holiday Inn Express HAMBURG CITY CENTRE.