All flights from North America to Hamburg
Welcome to Hamburg
Historic Hamburg proudly displays its heritage as one of the most important ports in Europe. Book cheap flights to Hamburg with Condor and explore this fascinating city's rich past and vibrant present. Hamburg – officially the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg – is known among locals as the 'Gateway to the World' because of its history as one of the key cities in the Hanseatic trading league.
The city's wealthy and powerful merchants ensured that Hamburg's architecture reflected its might, and the beautiful old town is full of immaculately preserved and impressive buildings. But Hamburg is not just about the past. The city is famous for its raucous nightlife, great shopping opportunities and thriving contemporary art scene. To top it off, there are lush green parks and open spaces that are perfect for relaxing after a hectic day's sightseeing. Visit northern Germany's cultural heart with a flight to Hamburg.
Upcoming flights to Hamburg
Cheap flights to Hamburg can be booked conveniently online with Condor. Depart from any number of major airports in the US and Canada, including San Francisco, Washington-Baltimore and Toronto. Flights to Hamburg from Washington-Baltimore take around 11 hours.
After stepping off your flight, the journey to the city center is quick and easy. The best option is the S1 train link, that takes you directly to the center in just 25 minutes. Taxis are also available at the airport, though may take a little longer to reach the center, depending on traffic.
Top Attractions in Hamburg
These two artificial lakes (Inner and Outer Alsters) formed from the river Elbe in the 13th century are a prominent part of Hamburg's cityscape. The lakes' shores are popular meeting places for picnics and evening strolls, while water sports such as sailing are also on offer.
Old Elbe Tunnel
The Old Elbe Tunnel was the first tunnel under the Elbe River and was constructed in 1911. It stretches more than 400 meters under the river and accommodates cars, pedestrians and bikes. The colorful tiles and dome-shaped entry hall make for a quirky experience.
The Hamburger Dom is the largest funfair in Germany and is held three times a year. It offers fun for the entire family and features old-style carousels, high-tech rides and delicious street food. Take a flight on the ferris wheel and see the lights of Hamburg spread below you.
The Kunsthalle Hamburg – the city's largest gallery complex - is perfect for art fanatics. The architecture of the main building alone is worth a visit. The museum features paintings from the Middle Ages right through to contemporary classics.
Visit the world-famous red-light strip of the Reeperbahn and follow in the footsteps of the Beatles, who famously played regular concerts here in the early sixties. Bar-hop 'til you drop and dance until the sun rises amid a raucous atmosphere.