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Jungfernstieg, Hamburg

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Originally designed as a dam to help hold back Lake Alster, Jungfernstieg is now one of the city's primary shopping streets. Take a lakeside stroll here in the heart of Hamberg to window-shop in top-name stores. Jewelry is the specialty. You can see church spires from the pier. Stop in for an ice cream at one of the many stands, or kick back at one of the surrounding waterfront cafes. In centuries past, this promenade was the place for the town's elite to show off their unmarried daughters. Planning Hamburg trip won't be overwheling when you use's Insprock itinerary maker.
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  • August 18, 2017
    In my lunch break, I'm taking my food likes and then sit for a half hour on the Jungfernstieg. the views of the Alster is just very pleasant and beautiful!
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  • August 17, 2017
    Berling has the Ku'Damm, Hamburg has Jungfernstieg. It is the boulevard with trendy shops, banks, shopping malls, art galleries, and a gently stepping terrace to the lake, where one can get on a boat ...  more »
  • August 17, 2017
    There is so much to talk about this area but I will keep this review short and sweet. This area is a great location, main subway station and easy to get to. There is loads to do and see, take a boat t...  more »
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  • Always busy go early like when they open. If you have issues make an appointment online otherwise forget it. Make sure you check prices lacie 1gb 129€ in store 97€ on Apple Store!!!! I was told by a member of staff I would be better buying it online with a brush off attitude you would get better customer service in a discount euro shop by Cindy of Marzahn.
  • One of the worst places to shop!!! Save yourself some time and buy all that stuff online. Apple stores tend to be more of a "hang out" place rather than a shop! And the Hamburg branch is no different. There are always tons of """customers""" and tons of employees. But all they seem to do is chat along all day long. When I go in there to buy something, it is SO HARD to get a grip on one of the employees. And if one reacts to your request, they ALWAYS ask you to wait a moment... WTF?!?! Anyway.... as i said: it's a huuuuuge waist of time!!!!!!! Oh... and if you go in there if you have a problem with a product, they care even less!!!! GREAT!!!!!!!!
  • Had a meeting today to resolve the battery malfunction issue of my iPhone 6S. After waiting for over an hour (even with a set meeting) the issue could not be solved immediately and no replacement was possible/offered to bridge the reparation time of a technical failure caused by Apple!
  • Second biggest apple store in Germany. Store people can speak both English and German. Nice and polite. The latest apple products are showcased in typical apple fashion here.
  • Guess I am just not apple orientated. Did not feel cared about.

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Where to stay in Hamburg

The most dynamic part of the city is the St. Pauli area, also known as Kiez. This is where tourists and locals brush shoulders among the many bars, shops, and sites. Jungfernsteig, or Neuer Wall, is an upmarket area with brand name shopping and luxury dining. Consider a stay in the bohemian quarters of Altona or the Sternschanze/Schanzenviertel. These areas burst with character and offer out-of-the-ordinary shopping and dining experiences at lower prices.
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