Two streets in the Hamburg "Schanze" district, located west of the Inner Alster Lake. This quarter is especially true for the young, cosmopolitan Hamburg.
Young, urban diverse
The Schanzenstraße and the Susannenstraße are located in the "Schanze" - near the stadium at the Hamburg Millerntor, where the FC St. Pauli denies its home matches.
Although this area is more advisable for younger guests, all others shall be encouraged to come here as well. But mainly the younger people should not forget to stop-over. Here you will find - mostly between many young people that are active no matter what time of the year - small boutiques as well as green plants, stylish accessories, records and lots of drinks and food. The price level of the fashion boutiques is considerably more moderate than in other locations of the City.
What's hot, what's not? What ist trendy in towns like Hamburg, Berlin or Munich? Things change, but not that mutch in Hamburg. Areas like the "Kiez" (the area around the Reeperbahn) and also the "Schanzenviertel" where never out of fashion and probably never will be.
Bars, cafes & restaurants
The possibility to have a good meal or a coffee/drink is expecially good here around the Susannenstraße. In both streets, but mainly "on" the "Schulterblatt", which can be found at the end of Susannenstraße, you can eat well and sometimes very cheap. Here there is really anything your heart desires: From the Italians over the Spaniards to the baked potato, a kebab and falafel.
We reccomend all guests who appreciate the atmosphere of a flea market the "Floh-Schanze". And who ever is in the Schanzenviertel, can easily make a detour to the "Marktstraße". This shopping street can be reached from here in a few minutes. A Propos reach: The Schanzenstraße / Susannenstraße is very well attainable with the S-Bahn or U-Bahn (line S31, and U3).
The Schanzenstraße, or Susannenstraße (and the entire district "Schanze") are easily reachable by S-Bahn (S21) and U-Bahn (3); Station: Sternschanze. Who takes the U3 can also get off at Station Feldstraße (five minutes to walk from there).
Some parking are located directly at the station Sternschanze. Better you can park in one of the nearby parking garages of the Hamburg exhibition halls.
The "Schulterblatt" and the Susannenstraße invite you to eat and drink. There are no public toilets, but because of the gastro-density you normally won't get in trouble.