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It gives us great pleasure to reveal that the city of Hamburg will be the location for the FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships 2019 presented by comdirect & ALDI Nord.

Following the unprecedented success of the Hamburg Major and the World Tour Finals – where record crowds raised the roof of the legendary Rothenbaum Stadium – the world’s best players will once again go head-to-head in Hamburg as they battle for the right to be crowned World Champion between 28th June and the 7th July.

It will be yet another stunning days of action on the sand, played in front of a crowd crazy for beach volleyball.

BY PLANE

Hamburg Airport (Helmut Schmidt)/HAM:

  • located just 10 kilometers away from downtown Hamburg
  • international airport with a great connection to continental and intercontinental destinations
  • hub for Eurowings, Germanwings, easyJet
  • domestic connections from most German cities

City Airport Bremen/BRE:

  • is located 3.5 kilometers south of Bremen
  • serves intercontinental and domestic flights
  • hub for Ryanair and Germania (charter airline)
  • trains run frequently to Hamburg (1:10 h)

Hannover Airport/HAJ:

  • international and domestic airport located 11 kilometers north of the city center
  • hub for Germanwings, Condor, TUIfly and SunExpress
  • trains and buses run frequently to Hamburg (1:30 h)

Berlin Airport (Flughafen Tegel Otto Lilienthal)/TXL:

  • international and domestic airport 8 kilometers of north west of the city center
  • frequent trains and busses to Hamburg (2:10 h)

BY TRAIN

There are four long-distance rail stations - Hauptbahnhof (main station, center), Dammtor (center), Altona (west) and Harburg (south) - Hamburg is perfectly embedded in the high-speed train network of Central and Northern Europe. In addition to Hamburg’s main rail stations, ICE trains call at Lüneburg and Uelzen, and IC/EC services at various other places in the metropolitan region.

With Hamburg as the main rail hub for Northern Germany, all the main cities in Germany can be reached within a few hours (e.g. Munich in 6 h, Stuttgart in 5 h, Cologne in 4 h, Frankfurt in 3 h) and so can the Northern European metropolises of Copenhagen and Stockholm.

Timetable and fares provided by Deutsche Bahn:

https://www.bahn.de/p_en/view/index.shtml

To get to the Red Bull Beach Arena from Hauptbahnhof (main station), just take underground line U1 (direction: Ochsenzoll/Norderstedt Mitte) to Hallerstraße station.

Timetable and fares in and around Hamburg:

http://www.hvv.de/en/index.php

BY CAR

From the Berlin region (Eastern Germany)

  • On the Autobahnkreuz 1-Dreieck Pankow stay left and follow the A10 Hamburg
  • Keep on following this road (now A24 Wittstock/Dosse/Hamburg/Schwerin)
  • On Am Kreisel, Horner Kreisel take the first exit Sievekingsallee, Direction Elbbrücken Centrum
  • Turn left into Sievekindamm
  • Turn right into Bergfelder Straße
  • Stay on the road, then turn left into Adenauerallee
  • Turn right into Steintorwall
  • Cross Lombardsbrücke and turn right into Alsterufer
  • Turn left into Alsterglacis
  • Follow the road, then turn right into Rothenbaumchaussee
  • Turn left into Hallerstraße

From Cologne and the Ruhr Area

  • A1 Dortmund motorway, Lübeck/Berlin/Hamburg exit
  • Stay left and take the A255 to HH-Centrum/HH-Veddel/B4/HH-Georgswerder/B75
  • Stay left and  take the Amsinckstraße (B4) in the direction A7/Altona/Centrum/Messe/CCH/Hafen
  • Stay right and on the Amsinckstraße in the direction Wallringtunnel/Hauptbahnhof/ZOB/Hamburg Airport
  • Turn right and take the street Klosterwall
  • Stay left and on the Wallringtunnel in the direction Flughafen Fuhlsbüttel/Messe/CCH/Tunnel
  • Turn right to Neuer Jungfernstieg in the direction A7/Husum
  • Turn left to Alsterglacis in the direction Flensburg/A7/Husum/Arena
  • On Theodor-Heuss-Platz, stay right and follow the street Rothenbaumchaussee
  • Turn right into Hallerstraße

From Munich and the South

  • A9 Nürnberg motorway
  • Stay on the A9 Berlin/Würzburg/Bamberg/A73/Nürnberg - Nord/N.- Flughafen
  • Stay on the A9 Berlin/Dresden/Bayreuth
  • At the junction Autobahnkreuz 15-Schkeuditzer Kreuz take the A14 Magdeburg/Halle
  • At the cross Autobahnkreuz 2-Kreuz Magdeburg take the A2 Richtung Hannover/Braunschweig
  • At the junction Autobahnkreuz 48-Kreuz Hannover-Ost take the A7 Hamburg/Bremen
  • At the junction Autobahnkreuz 37-Horster Dreieck take the A1 Lübeck/Berlin/Hamburg
  • Take the A255 HH-Centrum/HH-Veddel/HH-Georgswerder
  • Stay on Veddeler Brückenstraße/B4/B75
  • Turn left into Amsinckstraße
  • Turn right and take the street Klosterwall
  • Stay left and on the Wallringtunnel in the direction Flughafen Fuhlsbüttel/Messe/CCH/Tunnel
  • Turn right to Neuer Jungfernstieg in the direction A7/Husum
  • Turn left to Alsterglacis in the direction Flensburg/A7/Husum/Arena
  • On Theodor-Heuss-Platz, stay right and follow the street Rothenbaumchaussee
  • Turn right into Hallerstraße

From Denmark and the North

  • A7 Hamburg/Kiel motorway, exit 24-Hamburg-Schnelsen
  • Follow the main road (B447)
  • Turn left into Hallerstraße