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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Hamburg – Driving Instructions

How to find us quickly and effortlessly.

Visitors’/Suppliers’ Address: 

Berliner Bogen
Anckelmannsplatz 1
20537 Hamburg

 

By car:

Coming from the south on the A1:

Cross the bridges over the Elbe River in the direction of Hamburg city centre. Follow the B75 Heidenkampsweg. Shortly after that you will see the Berliner Bogen (Berlin Arch) on the right-hand side of Heidenkampsweg/Anckelmannsplatz.

Coming from the north on the A1 or from the east on the A24:

Continue along the A24 and follow the signs for Jenfeld as far as the Horner Kreisel roundabout. At the roundabout take the exit onto Sievekingallee in the direction of Hamburg city centre. Follow this road, which will lead you onto the B75 Bürgerweide. At the Bürgerweide/Spaldingstrasse junction you need to turn left onto Anckelmannsplatz. The Berliner Bogen is on the left-hand side.

From the A7:

Take the Hamburg-Bahrenfeld exit, drive along the B431 Stresemannstrasse towards the city centre (road subject to heavy traffic and jams). Drive along Budapester Strasse, and follow Ludwig-Ehrhardt-Strasse and Willy-Brandt-Strasse (formerly known as Ost-West-Strasse). Continue straight ahead to Nordkanalstrasse in the direction of Hamburg-Horn. The Berliner Bogen is on the right-hand side of Anckelmannsplatz/Heidenkampsweg.

By plane:

Airport Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel
Taxi from the airport: approx. 40 minutes (route subject to heavy traffic)
Airport Express bus in the direction of Hauptbahnhof (main railway station)/Kirchenallee, then take a taxi or the S-Bahn (suburban train) or U-Bahn (underground) one station to “Berliner Tor”. From there it is about 5 minutes on foot.

By train:

Hamburg-Hauptbahnhof (main railway station), then take the S-Bahn (suburban train) or U-Bahn (underground) one station to Berliner Tor.

By S-Bahn (suburban train):

Get off at Berliner Tor, which can be reached via S-Bahn (suburban train) and U-Bahn (underground). Follow the signs for the Heidenkampsweg exit, then turn right and walk under the bridge. From there it is about 5 minutes on foot.