Hamburg Germany Map

Hamburg, Germany, is a city with a well-developed and extensive road network. Here are some of the principal streets and roads in Hamburg:

  1. Reeperbahn: Located in the St. Pauli district, Reeperbahn is one of the most famous streets in Hamburg, known for its nightlife, entertainment, and theaters.
  2. Mönckebergstraße: This is one of Hamburg’s main shopping streets, featuring a wide range of shops, department stores, and boutiques.
  3. Jungfernstieg: A popular promenade along the Inner Alster Lake, Jungfernstieg is known for its shops, cafes, and the beautiful Alster fountain.
  4. Stadthausbrücke: This street runs parallel to the Binnenalster and is home to various office buildings and financial institutions.
  5. Aussenalster: While not a street, Aussenalster is a significant body of water surrounded by a scenic jogging and biking path. It provides a picturesque route for recreational activities.
  6. Elbchaussee: Running along the banks of the River Elbe, Elbchaussee is known for its upscale residences, parks, and panoramic views of the river.
  7. Steindamm: Located in the St. Georg district, Steindamm is a multicultural street with diverse shops, restaurants, and cafes.
  8. Willy-Brandt-Straße: This street connects major parts of the city and is named after the former German Chancellor Willy Brandt.
  9. Hohenzollernring: Encircling the city center, this road is part of the Ring 2 route and provides access to various neighborhoods and attractions.
  10. Feldstraße: Situated in the Sternschanze district, Feldstraße is known for its vibrant atmosphere, street art, and alternative shops.
  11. Königstraße: Located in the Altona district, Königstraße is a lively street with a mix of shops, cafes, and cultural venues.
  12. Neuer Wall: This upscale shopping street in the city center is lined with luxury boutiques and designer stores.
  13. Holstenstraße: Connecting Altona and St. Pauli, Holstenstraße is a busy street with a mix of commercial and residential buildings.
  14. Hamburger Berg: Found in the Sternschanze area, Hamburger Berg is known for its nightlife, bars, and entertainment venues.

These are just a few examples, and Hamburg’s road network extends far beyond these streets, providing access to various neighborhoods, attractions, and the city’s port. The city is well-connected with an efficient public transportation system, including buses, trains, and ferries.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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