Discovering Hamburg day 3

When we woke up on our last morning in Hamburg we were a little bit in a rush, because we just realized then, that latest check out is at 10 o’clock. After packing everything, we left our luggage in the hotel and went to a breakfast place called Roncalli Grand Cafe, which was kind of an experience, because it is like an old coffee house from vienna. I had a coffee with caramel and it was absolutely delicious. For breakfast we just had macarons which were good, but so expensive and 10 minutes later we found another cafe called flané and it served macarons a lot cheaper and they were also hand made. Additionally they had a huge variation of different kinds of chocolate, truffles and cakes. The shop had a very cute design and the Pâtisier was probably the nicest person we had met so far. After we left, we did a bit of shopping in the Europa Passage and then went to the Portugiesenviertel, where a lot of restaurants are located, especially spanish, portugese and italian ones. We visited the Speicherstadt museum and then went back to our hotel. On the way I had a fish bun which I think is a must have when in Hamburg. In the afternoon we got hungry again and went back to flané, where we had the most delicious waffles and hot chocolate ever. The rest of our time we spent in Thalia Bookshop where you have a great view over the Jungfernstieg, before getting on the train and going home again.

We had wonderful three days in Hamburg and I can absolutely recommend going there. The city is beautiful and has a perfect mix of historical places like the Speicherstadt and modern places like Hafencity but also a lot of cute shops, shopping malls and museums.

 

Roncalli:

 

Flané

 

 

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