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Rent a mobile home in Hamburg

Good Morning! Hamburg welcomes you on the way to your personal motorhome adventure. Let yourself be enchanted by the most beautiful city on the Elbe and discover northern Germany on your own. How it works? Simply rent one of our campers, turn your back on Hamburg and start an unforgettable holiday trip.

Spend a special time with lots of comfort in our classic Hannes. If you are traveling with your four-legged friend, simply rent our dog Hannes. The journey with the Großer Hannes will be luxurious, while with the Premium Hannes you will reach your destination extra quickly. Rent your ideal camper van now. Hamburg, here we come! True to the motto: It's easy to get out with Hannes Camper - rent. Sea. Freedom.

Rent from Hannes Camper – in Hamburg

When you long for freedom and the sea, it's time for a camping holiday with Hannes Camper. You can rent five different vehicle types from us, all of which fulfill different wishes. May we introduce:

Premium Hannes
For design & technology lovers
165 PS & Maxi-Chassis
Boutique-Hotel-Style
Diesel parking heater
AHK as standard
Awning as standard
Transverse beds
Navigation & rear view camera
perfect travel size
ab
90
euros per day
Hannes
The perfect size
140 PS
Awning as standard
AHK as standard
optimal size
Transverse beds
open room design
cheap price
Radio with Bluetooth
ab
90
euros per day
Families Hannes
WITH REAR BED & ROOF BED FOR 4 CAMPERS
pop-up roof
4 sleeping and sitting places
big interior
ideal for long trips
großer Kühlschrank
variable room design
Open-Air-Feeling
high self-sufficiency
ab
90
euros per day
Dogs Hannes
OUR CAMPER FOR DOG OWNERS
140 PS
Awning as standard
AHK as standard
optimal size
Transverse beds
open room design
Radio with Bluetooth
Navigation & rear view camera
ab
90
euros per day
Big Hannes
That little bit more
140 PS
uncomplicated layout
AHK as standard
Awning as standard
large storage space
Radio with Bluetooth
Single beds
powerful heater
ab
90
euros per day
Big Dog Hannes
Lots of space for your animals
140 PS
Optimal size
6.4 meter length
AHK as standard
powerful heater
large rear garage
longitudinal beds
Cruise Control
ab
90
euros per day
Big Premium Hannes
OUR CAMPER WITH HOOK AND SINGLE BEDS
165 PS & Maxi-Chassis
Boutique-Hotel-Style
Diesel parking heater
AHK as standard
Awning as standard
longitudinal beds
Naviceiver & rear view camera
large rear garage
ab
90
euros per day

Rent a mobile home with a dog in Hamburg

In our Dog Hannes you simply take your fur nose with you on vacation. It offers space for two people plus four-legged friends - and despite the spacious interior, it remains compact in external dimensions. The relaxed handling also makes it interesting for motorhome newcomers. Thanks to a lot of storage space in the kitchen, you can always provide yourself and your dog with your favorite food, even on long tours. And for outside, we will supply you with two outdoor chairs and a camping table.

Rent a motorhome with a trailer hitch in Hamburg

If you need a lot of space to unfold, or if you're going on holiday with friends, it's worth it Big Hannes. It offers two comfortable single beds, which can also be converted into a large bed. A practical trailer hitch for the triple bicycle carrier is also included. You can even transport e-bikes without any problems. And best of all: A large bathroom provides real luxury when camping.

Rent a van in Hamburg

The large Premium Hannes and the Premium Hannes are our sprinters among the campervans. Thanks to the powerful 165 motor, you can travel fast with them - and they also provide full power in the mountains. A large bathroom, plenty of space for your luggage and a modern interior ensure a real feeling of well-being in the home on wheels. The large Premium Hannes is also our tip for them due to its high variability Long term rental or extended parental leave.

Rent a mobile home Hannes in Hamburg

In our Hannes even newcomers to motorhomes immediately feel at home. The compact camper for couples and families with small children is well equipped: two fixed beds plus an optional camp sleeper bed (up to 8 years) are part of the overall package. There is also a double bike rack, air conditioning in the driver's cab and a spacious rear garage for your luggage. Hygienic mattress protectors, matching fitted sheets and final cleaning are already included in the rental price.

Our
all-round
carefree
Package

drivable with a simple driver's license
9am to 19pm, select when booking
Campers can be delivered and picked up
Thorough instruction and test drive on site
250 km per day included
full fuel tank upon delivery
Gas bottle (5kg/11kg depending on model) included
Fully comprehensive insurance
1500 € SB partial comprehensive insurance
with 150 € self-service included

Convenient handover in Hamburg

How to find us

Hannes Camper Station Hamburg
Industriestraße 3
25462 Rellingen

hamburg@hannes-camper.de:
0800 - 000 3709

Visit to Hamburg

Would you like to see our modern Hannes campers in action before booking? Then come by our Hamburg location and see our campervans for yourself. Also the trip Norderstedt it's worth it.

Since our motorhomes are in high demand, we do not always have a sample vehicle on site. We therefore ask you to make an appointment by telephone or via our website Contact form.

Next show day

On request

show days

If you want to ask your questions over a cozy snack and test different vehicles, our show days are the best place to go. They take place 15 to 20 times a year at all locations - always on Saturdays or Sundays. You can find our next dates here.

Individual viewing appointment

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    Chief Executive Officer

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    Sights in Hamburg

    Do you want to rent your mobile home in Hamburg and then explore the city first? Then here are our recommendations:
    An absolute must when visiting Hamburg is the historic warehouse district with its brick warehouses. The UNESCO World Heritage Site combines the traditional Hanseatic League with modern shipping and logistics. Not far from the harbor you will find the new Elbphilharmonie with its impressive facade and the Hamburger Michel - an imposing church building and the symbol of the city.
    Not far from the Outer Alster and a bit away from the tourist crowds, you can discover the different cultures that make Hamburg what it is today. For example, the Chinese tea house Yu Garden in the Rotherbaum district invites you to a relaxed cup of tea.

    Parking spaces in Hamburg

    Do you want to be the first in the morning when Hamburg's famous fish market opens its doors? Then secure a mobile home parking space right on site and a delicious fish sandwich for breakfast. In the middle of Hamburg you will also find a place all year round at Camping Buchholz in Kieler Straße - with free WiFi, sanitary facilities and washing facilities. You can camp in the countryside on the Moorwerder main dike at the Bunthaus Elbe Park. The narrow headland is quietly located on the Elbe and offers a bus connection for your trip to the vibrant city of Hamburg.
    All pitches are at least equipped with supply and disposal stations so that you can fill up your fresh water and empty the on-board toilet.

    From Hamburg with the camper to the North Sea

    You want to rent a mobile home and drive from Hamburg to the North Sea? Then we have a classic tour tip for you: in two stages to St. Peter-Ording - the paradise for all surfers.

    1st stage: Hamburg–Büsum

    The first part of the journey takes you to the district of Dithmarschen. To do this, follow the A23 motorway north in the direction of Heide. Soon after the exit, the wide fields and peaceful dykes of Schleswig-Holstein greet you. Small cafés and farm shops between Heide and Büsum invite you to linger and relax. Maybe you will also discover one or the other North German specialty that you did not know yet. Make your first big stop at the North Sea spa town of Büsum. Maritime flair, extensive mudflat hikes on sunny days, the Büsum lighthouse and the unique museum harbor await you here.

    2nd stage: Büsum–St. Peter Ording

    Now it's only a few kilometers north to your destination. Via the Eider barrage you can get directly to the north-western town. If you leave early in the morning, you can enjoy a hearty breakfast in your Hannes directly on the motorable beach. St. Peter-Ording is ideal for freedom-loving travelers and water sports fans. Because after the turn of the millennium, the sleepy little town turned into a modern holiday destination with a wide range of restaurants.
    If you want to fully enjoy the culinary offerings, it is best to look for a parking space near the St. Peter Dorf district. The campsites in the north, on the other hand, are ideal for day trips: for example for a bike tour to the well-known Westerhever lighthouse or for a fish sandwich in Husum.

    From Hamburg with the camper to the Baltic Sea

    Do you have another plan instead? Rent a camper and jet from Hamburg to the Baltic Sea! Then here are our tour tips for your Baltic Sea route: Lübeck-Timmendorfer Strand-Fehmarn.

    1st stage: Hamburg–Lübeck

    Follow the A1 motorway or the B432 and B75 federal roads from Hamburg to Lübeck. On site you will find various mobile home parking spaces that are right in the city - for example at the fishing port, at the shopping center or at the Marienbrücke. Park your camper and make your way to the historic city center.

    Directly behind the famous landmark of the city, the Holstentor with the city history museum, you reach the old town, which was shaped by the Hanseatic League. The old town hall impresses with its magnificent façade in brick Gothic style. You should not miss that! Also worth seeing is the Gängeviertel with its cute little buildings - hidden behind the opulent patrician houses of the Middle Ages.

    And what would a trip to Lübeck be without getting to know the world-famous marzipan and coffee house culture? In Café Niederegger you can eat the most delicious marzipan specialties in town and treat yourself to a top-quality coffee.

    2nd stage: Lübeck-Timmendorfer Strand-Scharbeutz-Haffkrug

    The second stage of your Baltic trip takes you to Timmendorfer Strand. With its white sand and clear water, it invites you to sunbathe and swim. The highlight for all sports enthusiasts: beach volleyball with a great view of the Baltic Sea. The German Beach Volleyball Championship has been held here every year since 1992 - always at the end of August or beginning of September.
    Hobby ornithologists feel just as at home on Timmendorfer Strand and, with a bit of luck, will discover some of the almost 170 bird species along the coast. If you are very interested in the Baltic Sea and its inhabitants, a visit to SEA LIFE should not be missed.

    If you want to go a little further north, the road to Scharbeutz and Haffkrug leads you directly along the beach. The small, cute coastal towns on the way are definitely worth a detour with the camper. Do you like something a little more exciting - or are you traveling as a family with a child? Then you will get your money's worth in the Hansapark Sierksdorf. More than 100 attractions and rides await your visit.

    There are numerous campsites along the Baltic Sea coast. One of the most popular is the Südstrand campsite at the upper tip of Lübeck Bay. Equipped with a soccer field and adjoining high ropes course, you can also get moving there yourself on your camping tour.

    3rd stage: Bay of Lübeck - Fehmarn

    From the Bay of Lübeck it goes up to Fehmarn. Set up your base camp in the village of Burg - close to the beach and the island's marine centre. Be sure to visit the Grüner Brink nature reserve there. The small lagoon west of the Puttgarden ferry port offers a magnificent view over the brackish water and salt lakes. The ferry from Kiel to Lithuania also passes here regularly. The highlight: In the east of the island you will find a paradise for kiters and surfers.

    From Hamburg with the camper to Denmark

    The best time to rent a motorhome in Hamburg and go to Denmark is from May to October. We recommend traveling outside of the high season (June to August) to get the best pitches.

    1st stage: Hamburg–Kolding

    Starts directly at our station in Hamburg heading north. The A7 takes you to Flensburg and to the border. In Denmark you continue on the E45 to Kolding. And that's where opinions differ: North Sea or Baltic Sea? A detour to Legoland Billund is an absolute must for families - only 40 minutes by car from Kolding. If you want to continue towards the North Sea, you can take the western motorway or country road to Esbjerg. If you have planned a camping trip to the Baltic Sea, your route leads east to Odense, over the impressive Storebaelt Bridge and up to Copenhagen. You can plan the return journey from the east via the island of Lolland: The ferry from Rødby to Puttgarden (Fehmarn) will bring you back to Germany. The last stage then leads via Lübeck back to our mobile home station in Hamburg.

    Highlights at the Danish North Sea

    Relax on Jutland on long, white sandy beaches that you can even drive on with a camper van during the day. So that beach feeling comes up right in front of the camper door. The small towns and villages along the North Sea coast are also worth seeing. They invite you to stroll and linger.

    Highlights on the Danish Baltic Sea

    As the third largest Danish island, Funen takes you to romantic beaches, hidden bays and lonely lighthouses - a paradise for explorers. The world-famous Hans Christian Andersen Museum awaits you in the capital Odense, and just outside the city you will find Egeskov Castle, an impressive moated castle.

    You want to get to know the cultural center of Denmark? Then plunge into the hustle and bustle of Copenhagen. The highlights: picturesque gabled houses, unique gastronomy in Nyhavn and Freistadt Christiania - an alternative artists' housing estate. You have the best view of the city from the tower of the Church of the Redeemer.

    The island of Lolland is characterized by swamps, lakes and forests. Here you will discover – together with your dog – the primeval flora and fauna. In Frejlev Forest you can still find passage graves, stone circles and monoliths from the Stone and Bronze Ages.
    Are you looking for even more inspiration? Then discover more now Motorhome tours at Hannes Camper!

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