Green city, green pulse | Green travel guide of tour around Hamburg (Part 2)

Publish Time:2019-11-28 18:39:06Source:Hamburg Tourismus GmbH

【Introduction】:The second part of Hamburg green travel guide is coming! Let’s see which recommended Hamburg outings are suitable for green travel!

Green Hamburg

The second part of Hamburg green travel guide is coming! Let’s see which recommended Hamburg outings are suitable for green travel!

Tour around Hamburg (Part 2)

Duvenstedter Brook Nature Reserve

In the fall starting from September, there is one highlight that must not be missed in northern Germany: baby deer in Duvenstedter Brook Nature Reserve. When you walk in the nature reserve, there may also be foxes and cranes passing in front of you. Add this charming wetland with a wide range of flora and fauna to your travel plan! Information about exhibitions, tours and others are available at Duvenstedter BrookHus.

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Take subway line 1 and get off at Ohlstedt stop, then change to bus 276 and get off at Duvenstedter Triftweg stop.

Address of Duvenstedter BrookHus: Duvenstedter Triftweg 140, 22397 Hamburg

Tel: 040 6072466

Höltigbaum Nature Reserve

Höltigbaum Nature Reserve is located in the northeast of Hamburg. Galloway cattle, Scottish Highland cattle and Bentheim sheep graze on picturesque meadows. You can watch the red salamander that is preying, or relax your eyes while looking out at the wide grass. Learn more about the flora and fauna of this nature reserve at the nature conservation information center "Haus der Wilden Weiden".

Address: Eichberg 63, 22143 Hamburg-Rahlstedt

Take bus 462 from Bahnhof Rahlstedt station to "NSG Höltigbaum", and then you can reach there.

Official website:

Tel: 040 1804486 015

Boberger Niederung Nature Reserve

Boberger Niederung Nature Reserve presents a completely different landscape. When people stand on the inland dunes of Hamburg, it is as if they are visiting the North Sea of Hamburg - except that the sound of the waves cannot be heard. In addition, Boberger Niederung Nature Reserve contains heather wasteland, tidal marshes, swamps and a lake area for swimming. Walking here is like walking in a world of wonderland completely different from reality.

Address of information center: Boberger Furt 50, 21033 Hamburg

Tel: 040 73931 266

Die Vier- und Marschlande

Surrounded by reeds, riparian forests, green grass, old-fashioned wooden houses, flowers, baroque churches and lakes, Die Vier- und Marschlande in the south-eastern part of Hamburg makes people feel refreshed. To the north of the area is Holzhafen Nature Reserve and Boberger Niederung Nature Reserve. If you are lucky, you can also see white-tailed sea eagles.

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All roads lead to waters

Water lovers can find many interesting water sports in Hamburg. You can take a ferry from the port of the new town, or get to know the city from a completely different perspective on the Alster River. It's also fun to travel with friends, you have many options: sail a boat, stand up paddle, canoe, dragon boat, and more!

The operating hours and fleet of the Hamburg charters can be found on the website:


From the outside, Wälderhaus at the entrance to Wilhelmsburger Inselpark is definitely a must-see: this building is made entirely of solid wood. A wall of larch wood is covered with plant vines, and birds and insects also settle here. The house is managed German forest protection association (Schutzgemeinschaft Deutscher Wald), which has a science center that tells people how important forests are to humans, so as to raise awareness of the environment and sustainable lifestyles among tourists. Wälderhaus also has a hotel, Williams restaurant, and a sustainable meeting room for the forest forums.

Address: Am Inselpark 19


Tel: 040 302156 530

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