Eichtalpark

At the end of the 18th century the leather manufacturer Lucas Luettkens planted ample oaks to use them for his tan bark. Out of this, his grandson developed today's Eichtalpark in 1870. Alongside the river Wandse which flows through the park, a beautiful trekking path leads from the Alster to Volksdorf.

Hotels nearby

Jugendherberge Horner Rennbahn

Rennbahnstraße 100
22111 Hamburg

Alexander Kula
Crowne Plaza Hamburg City Alster

Graumannsweg 10
22087 Hamburg

Tanja Rühmann

Locations nearby

The Öjendorf cemetery is one of the newest of Hamburg´s three main cemeteries. Designed as a cemetery with a park, Öjendorf grew to become an urban space after the Second World War. In 1966, the park was opened to the public. The road system in … 
Details of Friedhof Öjendorf
22119 Hamburg
CEMETERY CHAPEL BUILDINGS The cemetery of Öjendorf has three cemetery chapel buildings. These halls are connected via the so-called "Flower Street", where the floral decoration can be delivered for the funerals. Hall number 2 is still … 
Details of Trauerhallen Öjendorfer Friedhof
22119 Hamburg
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Kedenburgstr.
22041 Hamburg
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Bezirksamt Hamburg Wandsbek
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Am Alten Posthaus 2
22041 Hamburg
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