The Hamburg Metropolitan Region (German: Metropolregion Hamburg) is a metropolitan area centred around the city of Hamburg in northern Germany, consisting of eight districts (Landkreise) in the federal state of Lower Saxony, six districts (Kreise) in the state of Schleswig-Holstein and two districts in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern along with the city-state of Hamburg itself. It covers an area of roughly 26,000 square kilometres (10,000 sq mi) and is home to more than 5.1 million inhabitants.
“Therapie Hamburg”, a trade fair and congress for physiotherapists, masseurs and lifeguards in northern Germany, will launch on October 25-26, 2019. The training event for Hamburg, Lower Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein and Bremen will be held annually in Hamburg’s fairgrounds based on …Continue reading →
Experience the diversity of Hamburg in a 2-hour guided tour in your own bus, or other vehicle ordered by you. Hamburg’s most famous locations such as: The beautiful, lake like Aussenalster, the oldest part of Hamburg with town hall, the …Continue reading →
Let your guide introduce you to Hamburg’s Red Light District and Reeperbahn, the “most sinful strip in the world”. See all the sights with your local guide, from the newest four star hotel to the most busy party street on this 2.5-hour walking tour.
Excellent value for money
Explore the local streets on a walking tour of the city
Get inside tips from a local
Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
See the sights illuminated at night
Free drinks included
Start your tour at the underground train station “St. Pauli” and walk down the “Reeperbahn”, Europe’s the most popular partying and gambling street. Hear fun facts about the designer architecture in the area and a great four star hotel. See a most unique public square and be surprised by how nifty it is set up. Hear about the former most popular gas station in Germany and why it was so popular. On this tour, meet the world’s busiest police officers and discover why their police station Davidwache is located in a delicate spot in the smallest operational police area in Europe.
Visit the exclusive private St. Pauli Adventure Loft during a break and enjoy a local refreshment and a small exhibition. After a short break, proceed to the Red Light District with its bars, clubs and unique clothing. See laces you have never seen before and traditional sailor bars from ancient times. Listen to a story of success and how the “Fab Four” have started their carrier in the bars on the Reeperbahn at Beatles-Square. Walk through the street where the Beatles started their story of great success, still one of the partying and table dancing hot spots in Hamburg nowadays.
St Pauli, Hamburg Departure Time:
Departs at 8pm Duration:
2 hours 30 minutes (approx.) Return Details:
Returns to original departure point at approximately
Discover Hamburg’s fascinating riverfront on a sightseeing tour along the Elbe River in a double-decker bus, enjoying the scenic views and city sights. Travel along the noble street of Elbchaussee to the lovely hillside district of Blankenese. Discover the famous staircase district of Treppenviertel on a guided walking tour of its labyrinth of stairs, and enjoy the spectacular views of Hamburg harbor, the ships and the river. Then take a ferry to Europe’s largest fruit-growing region, the Altes Land.
Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
Enjoy fantastic aerial views
Led by a local guide
Your Hamburg riverside sightseeing tour departs from the port of Hamburg. Your driver/guide first takes you along the Elbchaussee, one of the most beautiful streets in Germany, lined with luxurious 19th-century villas. After arriving in the picturesque hillside district of Blankenese, your guide will lead you on a walk through charming Treppenviertel, the famous staircase district, down to the landing-stage, where you’ll board the ferry to cross the Elbe River.
On the south side of the river, your tour continues by bus through the scenic countryside of the Altes Land, Europe’s largest fruit-growing region. On your way back to Hamburg, enjoy fantastic views over the city from Kohlbrandt Bridge before returning to the port via Hamburg’s Harbor City, one of Europe’s biggest architectural development projects. € 22.00
Top Attractions Hamburg Fish Market A legend and a must-see for all visitors to Hamburg: Since 1703, pretty much everything that is not bolted down has been traded here at Hamburg’s most traditional market. From dusty porcelain jugs to a …Continue reading →