PERIOD: 23 - 26 August
PLACE: Hamburg, Germany
The Germans are a people who love to have fun. From January to December, there are events, festivals and events worthy of note. The splendid Hamburg it is no exception. Music, entertainment and ... a lot of beer (almost always).
If you were to be in Hamburg, during the last weekend of August, you can not miss the Winzerfest, one of the most anticipated enogastronomic appointments. As easily understood, wine will be the true protagonist of the Festival. The event will include some of the best winemakers from Nahe, Pflaz, and Rheinhessen.
These are three extraordinary wine regions in Germany. Rheinhessen is the largest in the country. Nahe, on the other hand, is known for producing excellent Riesling.
Of course, good food and the best traditional dishes will not be lacking. Succulent barbecues, cheese specialties, pancakes, prawns and other delicacies, you can savor among the various stands. During the 4 days of the Festival, there will be a rich program of events and live music.
Winzerfest is fun, taste, and above all, a moment of aggregation. It is no coincidence that the location of the event is the historic Spielbudenplatz, in St. Pauli, in the heart of the legendary Reeperbahn. It is the real entertainment district and Hamburg clubs, the hub and nerve center of the city.
HOW TO GET
TheHamburg international airport it is connected, with direct flights, to the main European and extra-European destinations. The airport is well connected by public transport to the city. All info and links, they are available on our official page.
You can get to the 2017 Winzerfest, using the convenient and efficient U-Bahn 3 line. You will have to get off at St.Pauli stop. By bus, on the other hand, the 36, 37, 111, 607, 608 lines arrive. Tickets, timetables and practical info, available from here.
TICKETS AND TIMES
Access is free. You pay, exclusively, what you consume. The Festival observes the following times:
Thursday, from 16: 00 to midnight.
Friday, from 16: 00 to 02: 00.
Saturday, from 13: 00 to 02: 00.
Sunday, from 13: 00 to 21: 00.