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Jungfernstieg, Hamburg
(3.9/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web)
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. To visit Jungfernstieg on your holiday in Hamburg, and find out what else Hamburg has to offer, use our Hamburg itinerary planner.
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  • Hamburg has many beautiful places in the advent season. The Jungfernstieg is undoubtedly particularly attractive with his hand-picked Christmas market offer. The views of the Alster Lake, with sparkling Christmas tree, the beautifully illuminated facades of the surrounding buildings and the hustle and bustle of people is a wonderful setting to enjoy.
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  • Very nice place for a stroll during the summer time, or at Christmas, where there are a lot of small tents, selling Glühwein and souvenirs. 
  • Visit the Christmas market, where we can drink hot wine (red and white) eat sausage or other traditional foods on the street. There are a lot of people especially on Saturdays. But it's worth the visit.
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  • 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.
  • Apple employees need some training. I went there on a Friday afternoon asking for a genius bar appointment the sooner the better. The guy at the door tells me that it is impossible to book it on site and that it is possible only online. Of course you cannot book online because everything is already booked! Anyway after 10 min of arguing how this is possible he tells me "I need to stop this conversation"!. I go on Saturday morning and register for the waiting list, telling the guy that my problem is about my macbook. After 2 hours of waiting I talk with a guy and find out: a) you can book genius bar appointments on site - which I immediately did for 2 weeks later, b) there are no genius bar support for macs on Saturday! WTF! I've lost at least three hours because of mistrained employees!
  • Large Apple Store located in prime location in Hamburg. Cool design with the glass stairs to 1st floor.
  • One of the biggest Apple Store in Europe. All the latest Apple products are available here. Their service are fantastic as because of the very helpful sales boys & girls. In one word one stop service if you want to buy something from Apple , awesome!!! You can exchange your old Apple devices during to buy a new one here. It's APPLE so you have to pay bit more hahahaha.
  • Really kind personnel, speaking perfect English and always being kind. The shop itself is very huge as well as the building that hosts it.