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    Hamburg

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Lübeck Airport (LBC)

Lübeck Airport (LBC)

Lübeck Airport is a smaller airport located 8 km (5.0 mi) south of Lübeck and 54 km (34 mi) northeast of Hamburg. It is the secondary airport for the Hamburg Metropolitan Region, after the much bigger Hamburg Airport (HAM). Sometimes you will even see the airport called 'Hamburg Lübeck' for marketing purposes. You can get from Lübeck Airport to Hamburg by train (via Lübeck Hbf). This trip should take you about 1.5 hours. You can make the same trip by bus, but it will take you a while longer — about 2.5 hours.
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Public Transport

Public Transport

Save yourself the time and avoid the stress of driving. In the Greater Hamburg Area, suburban and underground railways and the "MetroBus" network operate on weekdays from 5am until around 11pm at 5 to 10 minute intervals. Night, express and regional buses complete the transport network. To make it easier on the travel budget, visitors to Hamburg have various options for cheaper tickets for group and day tickets as well as the Hamburg CARD. The Hamburg CARD not only offers public transport by bus, train and harbour ferry (HVV) but also discounts at more than 150 tourist attractions!
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StadtRAD Hamburg

StadtRAD Hamburg

Hamburg rides bikes! Explore the city at your own pace with the sleek red wheels of the Hamburg bike hire system StadtRAD! For locals and tourists alike, StadtRAD Hamburg is practical and the perfect means of transport in the city. There are currently more than 250 hire stations and 3,100 bikes available in many suburban railway and underground stations in the central area as well as major residential areas, business districts and major leisure and tourist attractions.
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Carsharing

Carsharing

Car sharing is a great option if you want to take a spontaneous trip to the suburbs or have a lot of heavy shopping to do. There are essentially two types of carsharing schemes in Hamburg. With non-stationary carsharing you pick up a car and drop it off at any available parking spot within the rental area. Providers like Share Now and Sixt are parked all over the city. Companies like Cambio, Greenwheels, and Flinkster operate carsharing stations, where you can choose different models. These schemes work better when you book in advance and make more sense for longer-distance travel.
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Pharmacy

Pharmacy

You can fill your prescription and buy over the counter medication in hamburg by finding one of the many pharmacies signed with the large red letter “A”. They are often confused with drugstores (Drogerie), where you can get toiletries, but not medication. Pharmacies in Berlin are usually open just like any other store: closed in the evening, on Sundays and holidays. If you need medication outside of normal working hours, you can also visit your local emergency pharmacy. Check the website below (available only in German) to find the closest one to you.
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