Walked through here briefly - some nice Portuguese restaurants, cafes, shops. Quite an attractive area.
After strolling down the Landungsbrücken quay and a doing the harbour tour, many visitors to Hamburg simply hop on the metro to get back to the earnest business of shopping. Just behind the harbour however lies a charming small neighbourhood that is typical of Hamburg, yet completely unique at the same time. The centre of Hamburg's sizeable Portuguese and southern European community since the 1960s, the Portugiesenviertel consists of just a handful of streets around the Ditmar-Koel-Straße in the Neustadt district that are home to over a dozen Portuguese restaurants, bars and pastelarias. It's the best place in Hamburg – some say in Northern Europe – to sample authentic tapas, delicious fresh seafood dishes and tasty Portuguese wines
The Portuguese district (Portugiesischer Bezirk) is a nice part of town
1. Very safe
2. Lots of good food and restaurants
3. Vibrant vibe
Well worth a visit in the city.
Possible to see people speaking portuguese and even lots of restaurants and portuguese familiar stuff. When I went there most of the restaurants were closed.
This is a very nice area with lots of very good restaurants. If you want a taste of good Portuguese food and wine this is a good choice in Hamburg
The Portugiesenviertel is the Portuguese neighborhood in Hamburg. It has a very genuine Portuguese atmosphere that definitely resembles some restaurant areas in Portuguese cities. As for the food, I can not say if it is as genuine or not since I did not had a meal. However, Portuguese cuisine is usually very good. I recommend to at least take a walk around the area and have some drinks/snacks.