Visiting Hamburg


Hotel Accomodations

Click here for a list of accomodations!

On the list the walking distances are indicated at each hotel to Chabad and to the main Synagogue Hohe Weide.  


Shabbat Services

Address: Synagogue Hohe Weide 34. The times of the services may change, please check prior your arrival: Times of the serivces.  Please register before your visit with a photo of your passport by email. 

Shabbat Candle-Lighting Time: see Jüdischer Kalender

Weekday Services

Every morning: 8:15 AM at the "Rabbinerseminar Or Jonathan" at the Chabad-Center Rothenbaumchaussee 19 in 20148 Hamburg.


If you need a Minyan for a Yahrzeit etc. please contact: or 
Call Rabbi Bistritzky +49-178-7108123 or Rabbi Havlin +49-157-8679 7623 to make special arrangements and insure a Minyan.


For visiting the Mikve of the Jewish community here in Hamburg please call Mrs. Chana Bistritzky +49 177 425 7461.



  • On weekdays from 12 - 13 it´s possible to eat at the Jewish Congegration at Grindelhof 30 in Hamburg. Please contact before visiting: +49 40 44 09 44 42. 

  • Judaica World
    Rabbiner Havlin offers kosher meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffe breaks, fingerfood and Shabbat meals) for conferences, business lunches and of course also for private persons. For prices and offers please sent an e-mail to
  • EDEKA (supermarket) in Grindelallee 126 offers a range of kosher food with a blue sticker "kosher" on it as well as kosher dairy products from Kruses Hofmilch (see below).

  • At all Breadshops of NUR HIER you can find "Lüneburger" Bread" which is koscher (pat Israel).

  • Kosher Bagels can be ordered at American Bagel Company, see their website:

  • For kosher milk products, please see: Kruses Hofmilch in Rellingen:

  • For kosher food to be ordered in the internet:
  • Vaad HaKaschrut Germany: (lists of kosher products including "leMehadrin")
  • For information about kosher products in German supermarkets:


City Map Jewish Life

German | Hebrew | English 

With this city map Hamburg's Jewish life of yesteryear and today can be rediscovered. The map doesn´t only lead to places of remembrance and history, but also to Jewish cafes, museums, cultural, community and research institutions.

Publisher: Authority for Culture, Sports and Media Hamburg, 2009 | Download as PDF



City Map of Hamburg

Further hotels see homepage City of Hamburg