Hamburg Halal-friendly holidays

HAMBURG
Halal-friendly holidays

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Hamburg Halal-friendly holidays general information

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Halal-friendly holidays in Hamburg

The large port city of Hamburg lies in northern Germany on the mighty Elbe and is a beautiful city full of atmosphere and cosmopolitan charm. In addition to one of the largest ports in Europe and hundreds of canals, Hamburg also has large parklands. The numerous art museums and lively neighbourhoods with 19th century architecture make Hamburg an ideal destination for a city break.

Is Hamburg Muslim-friendly?

Due to the large Muslim population, Hamburg is a very Muslim-friendly city with numerous restaurants serving Turkish, Lebanese and Halal Middle Eastern cuisine. There are also many mosques and alcohol-free hotels.

Is there halal food in Hamburg?

Due to the large Turkish and Arab population in Hamburg, there are numerous halal restaurants serving Turkish, Lebanese and Middle Eastern cuisine. The centuries-old history as an important port city also means that there is a wide range of fish and seafood. Vegetarian and vegan options are also available throughout the city.

Are there halal-friendly hotels in Hamburg?

There are some hotels that serve halal food or serve it upon request and there are some hotels that are alcohol-free.

What are the top attractions for Muslims to visit in Hamburg?

Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall - Opened in 2017, the world-class concert hall in HafenCity on the Grasbrook peninsula of the Elbe River is Hamburg's new landmark. The shimmering glass construction stands on a former brick warehouse and creates an exciting architectural synthesis.

Hamburg Town Hall - Built in 1897, it is a major attraction and the city's most sublime neo-Renaissance landmark. Open to the public with guided tours, there are also exhibitions and other events, as well as a huge courtyard with a beautiful fountain.

Speicherstadt - Arguably Hamburg's most picturesque district, the centuries-old Speicherstadt is an old warehouse district (the largest in the world) that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015. It stretches for more than 1.5 kilometres and is home to unique buildings and a winding network of streets, canals and bridges.

Planten un Blomen - Founded in 1930, this green oasis of calm in the city is a popular city park with 47 hectares of gardens and a large playground. Families benefit from numerous attractions and activities for all ages, making it one of Hamburg's most beautiful tourist attractions.

Are there mosques in Hamburg?

There are numerous mosques in Hamburg that are open for prayer. Here are some:

Hamburg Central Mosque - Opened in 1977 by Turkish guest workers, the Hamburg Central Mosque has two minarets and one dome. Khutbahs are delivered in German and Arabic.

Al-Nour Mosque - Al-Nour Mosque is one of the city’s most popular. Khutbahs are delivered in German and Arabic. It also offers lectures, classes and lectures held in German.

Al Muhajirin Mosque - Located in the city centre, Al-Muhajirin Mosque is a huge, spacious place of prayer where khutbahs are held in Arabic and German.

Islamic Centre of Hamburg - As one of the oldest mosques in Germany and Europe, the Islamic Center Hamburg, also known as the Blue Mosque, is primarily visited by Shiites and the Iranian community.

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