Volunteer exchange – The Pauli Hostel enjoys a convenient location in Hamburg’s Old Town, just 20 meters from the Königstraße S-Bahn Train Station. It offers free WiFi and free tea. The bright, spacious dormitories are traditionally furnished with wooden bunk beds. There is a shared kitchen, 2 bathrooms and private lockers.
You can prepare large and small meals in the fully equipped shared kitchen. A supermarket is 300 meters away and a variety of restaurants can be reached within a 5-minute walk. It is 7 minutes by subway to the city’s main shopping street.
The famous Reeperbahn in Hamburg is 1 km away from the Pauli Hostel. The main shopping street Mönckebergstraße can be reached in 7 minutes by public transport. A 5-minute walk takes you to Hamburg Harbor and the fish market.
Hamburg Central Station is 4.2 km from the property. The A1 motorway is a 10-minute drive away.
What are you looking for help with?
- Hostel/Hotel 🏩
Volunteers’ age restrictions 🔞
We can host volunteers of all ages (senior volunteers and minors are welcome) 💪
How many volunteers could you host? 🎎
- More than two
When would you need volunteers? 📅
We are looking for volunteers for the next 3 months
How many hours of help per day? ⏱
- 4-5 hours of help per day
How many days of help per week? 🌒
- 4 days of help per week – 3 days off
Note about the volunteer work and other expectations 📝
Guest and staff are friends in the Pauli Hostel – (Your tasks will be cleaning, laundry and reception)
Are accommodation and food included? 🏠🍜
Yes, we offer food and accommodation
What type of accommodation can you provide? 🏕
- Dormitory/shared rooms 🛌
Diet – nutrition information 🥗🥤
We give bed and breakfast for the voluntary – the voluntary can also cook in the kitchen
Fees transparency 🆓🔍
No Fees. Also, we do not pay volunteers, only some tips sometimes.
VISA – could you provide Visa support/info/invitation letters? 🛂
No, we cannot help with Visa 💁♀️
Volunteers’ benefits 🏆🏅
We can give a certificate
What to do in your free time 🚴🚣🦒
We are in the middle of the city, everything is around the area
English, German, French
Hamburg has an oceanic climate (Köppen: Cfb), influenced by its proximity to the coast and maritime influences that originate over the Atlantic Ocean. The location in the north of Germany provides extremes greater than typical marine climates, but definitely in the category due to the prevailing westerlies. Nearby wetlands enjoy a maritime temperate climate. The amount of snowfall has varied greatly in recent decades. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, heavy snowfall sometimes occurred, the winters of recent years have been less cold, with snowfall just a few days per year.
The warmest months are June, July, and August, with high temperatures of 20.1 to 22.5 °C (68.2 to 72.5 °F). The coldest are December, January, and February, with low temperatures of −0.3 to 1.0 °C (31.5 to 33.8 °F).
How to get to your site ✈ 🗺
Position of our hostel on GoogleMaps
Is there internet access? 🌐
CONTACT DETAILS 🔍📧
website: paulihostel DOT de
Hostname 📛Abdoulie Bah
Host Email ✉ paulihostel@gmail DOT com
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