1) Indoo Spielwerk - Northern Germany's biggest Indoor-Adventure Park for the whole family. It has a pirate ship playground, climbing walls at the climbing volcano, a giant lighthouse slide. Mini Golf and Mini Cart track and many other attractions. Entrance costs only Euros 6.50 and you get 20% off with the metropolcard. Open daily from 10am to 7pm. Get there on the train with R10 to Bf. Ahrensburg and change to bus: Sa-So take Bus 569 to Norderoogstieg and Mo-Fr Bus 169 to Ewige Weide.

2) Hamburg swimming icon - The Rickmer Rickmers is a ship build in 1896 and is the city's legendary icon. Today it is a swimming museum. It is anchored in St.Pauli at the Landungsbruecken, Bruecke 1. Entrance is only 2.30 Euros with the Hamburg Card or 3 Euros without it. Getting there is easy with the metro U3, S1 or S3 to station Landungsbruecken. Open daily 10am - 6pm

3) Window Shopping With Your Mates - No not talking about Hamburg's gay scene... We'll get to that later. Visit Germany's infamous street of sin "The Reeperbahn", which is situated in the city's nightlife hotspot called St. Pauli. Part of many movies the street hosts a number of entertainment venues ranging from normal bars and clubs to, for what it is best known, strip clubs, sex shows and shops and street hookers.
Even though any form of entertainment at the Reeperbahn will cost you, window shopping is free! So if you want to tempt yourself a bit just take a stroll on the Reeperbahn.

4) Partying at the Funky Pussy Club - Said to be one of the hippest locations in town and with 500 people on the weekends the party is funky and ends early in the morning. It is a great place to party cheap, with drinks a merely 1 Euro each and to mix with the young crowd as it is very popular with university students. Saturdays youn can party to dance, house and latin and on other days they play R&B, HipHop and Dance Classics.  www.funkypussyclub.de

5) The Fish Market - After an all-nighter at Funky Pussy's you might just head to the fish market which opens at 5am on a Sunday morning. Hamburg is famous for its fish market, it's the best and biggest in Germany. Around 700 stands, retail booths and wholesalers sell their fish. But in fact it is more than just a fish market. You can get any kind of meat, vegetable or other specialties. Even none food stuff such as second hand clothes, jewelry... Anything ! But don't get there too late, it closes before 10am ! Get there with Subway S1 or S3 and get off at Reeperbahn station.

6) Shopping For Gays - Visit the infamous Gay-Village St. Georg. There you have many meeting and hot spots of the scene and can do some shopping of nice leather wear. Hamburg is a very open minded city thus the gay district in Hamburg is very interesting to visit and has much to offer.