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Hamburg is a historic port city at the mouth of the River Elbe. A varied collection of museums, heritage attractions, shopping hotspots and beaches ensure that there is something for people of all ages. Hamburg nightlife is scintillating and the legendary Reeperbahn is just one of the many zones.
Hamburg is the gateway to the Jutland Peninsula as well as the pristine landscapes of the Lauenburg Lakes. By getting a motorhome rental and using the various campgrounds in the locality you can take in many of the unique attractions. Schloss Schwerin is a magical castle on an island in Schwerin Lake.
The old city quarter at Lubeck has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Jutland has beaches and seaside towns on both the Baltic and North Sea shores. Timmendorfer is on the Baltic and is a short drive from Lubeck. Farther north, Gottorf Castle is a stately palace in Schleswig that now houses art and archaeology museums.
The 700-metre-long St Pauli Piers (Landungsbrucken) are a tribute to Hamburg's maritime heritage. The piers are home to numerous souvenir shops and eateries serving freshly-caught fish. The Rickmer Rickmers, a three-masted sailing ship, as well as redundant cargo ship Cap San Diego have been restored and moored at the piers.
The Reeperbahn is five minutes' walk to the north of Landungsbrucken. Although this famous street is best known for its sex shops, it features a dizzying assortment of eateries, nightclubs and bars. Walking east on the Reeperbahn leads to Millentorplatz. The Hamburg Museum is across Millentorplatz and adjacent to the park of Planten un Blomen.
Composer Johannes Brahms was born in the city and a museum near the park contains plentiful exhibits and relics which are themed around his life. The Monckebergstrasse shopping district is close to the Binnenalster Lake. Verein Nature Reserve and Dat ole Huus Museum can be combined into one daytrip.
Campingplatz Grossensee is in Trittau and 30 minutes to the east of Hamburg. It is set in a natural lake area with verdant forest. The campsite has a buoyed-off swimming area on the lake. Onsite amenities are a restaurant and outdoor terrace, a playground, and washing machine and driers.
Camping Ulmenhof is 25kms to the north of Hamburg and in the rural Henstedt-Ulzburghas district. It provides people staying here with access to hiking trails and venues for activities such as horseback riding and golf. An outdoor pool and playground ensure youngsters are catered for too.
Wohnmobilhafen Hamburg offers no frills motorhome pitches just 15 minutes on foot from the Reeperbahn. Each pitch comes with electricity and water. There are onsite showers and WCs. Camp reception opens 24/7.
Apart from central Hamburg, city streets are not very busy. Parking can be a problem, especially with a motorhome. Once outside the city, driving becomes a pleasure. Roads in this part of Germany are well-maintained and have lots of signposts. Driving in Germany is on the right. There is zero tolerance for drunk-driving. The maximum permitted blood alcohol level is 0.05 per cent.