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Private Small-Group Hamburg City Tour with a Luxury Vehicle
"Enjoy a hassle free tour of city of Hamburg only with 4 people on a luxury vehicle. Your private driver will ensure you a comfortable journey and will provide you a door to door service.Hamburg city tour is the great way to see the famous sights and to WWII air raids and the Great Fire of 1842 Hamburg has a unique character within Germany. As Europe’s second largest port Hamburg has always been a magnet for adventurers and travelers from around the world and its streets are still alive with history drama and wild
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Private Small-Group Hamburg City and Countryside Tour from Kiel or Travemünde in a Luxury Vehicle
"Enjoy a hassle-free private tour of city of Hamburg and Country with a chauffeur and up to 4 passengers in a luxury vehicle. Your private driver will ensure you a comfortable journey and will provide you a door-to-door service or pickup and drop-off from to WWII air raids and the Great Fire of 1842 Hamburg has a unique character within Germany. This private tour will visit many little known or unknown places around Hamburg. See Hamburg´s iconic landmark St Michael's Church and visit Beatles-Square in Reeperbahn. Drive along the harbor front stretching from the Speicherstadt historic warehouse complex to Hafencity Europe’s biggest inner-city development. Some other Hamburg highlights include: The Rathaus the majestic Town Hall
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Private Guided Tour: Hamburg
"Visit many of Hamburg's important sights such as St. Michael's Church the Old Elbe Tunnel Speicherstadt (Warehouse district) HafenCity Elbphilharmonic Hall and Townhall.Take a bus ride on to St. Michael's Church and witness the Moenckebergstrasse one of the most popular shopping streets in Germany with representative historic buildings such as the Kontorhäuser.When in St. Michael's Church enjoy astounding views of Hamburg and continue on to The Grocers' Apartments
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Football (Soccer) Tips (10)

St. Pauli Millerntor

There are two big soccer teams in Hamburg, one of them is the HSV, the only team that until now never left the 1. Bundeliga....and the other team is FC St. Pauli, a team that has the best fans ever although they do not play very good currently (3. Liga) but their support is extraordinary. This team is close connected with St. Pauli, also called the "Kiez". The new president of the team is the owner of the "Schmidt´s Tivoli" theatre, another important institution of the Kiez.

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Oct 01, 2003

Hamburg SV - Hansa Rostock, AOL Arena, 23 Apr 2005

Managed to get tickets for Hamburg SV versus Hansa Rostock at the Hamburg SV club shop in the centre of the city.

A capacity crowd of 55,500 packed the incredibly impressive AOL Arena for the game, the fans seemed right up for it, continuously singing their hearts out throughout.

The game ended 3-0 to Hamburg but that did'nt seem to dampen the spirits of the 4,000 odd Hansa fans who remained bouyont for the hole game.

The idea of allowing fans to stand instead of sit down at German games is something i wish would be introduced into the British game, makes for a cracking atmosphere.

Equipment Hamburg SV home top and a Scarf.

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May 08, 2005

AOL Arena

The AOL Arena (formely know as VolksparkStadion) is Hamburg HSV football team stadium. It's really a very nice stadium, for about 55,000 people.
Inside the stadium there is the HSV Museum and one of the 3 HSV fan-shops.

In front of it there's the Color Line Arena, a smaller (and roof-closed) sports building for hockey and other sports matches.

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Apr 04, 2011

FC St Pauli

Went along to the home of the pretty infamous FC St Pauli for a look round.

A real quirky stadium with a capacity of around 20,000, amzingly FC St Pauli are still averaging crowds of approx. 17,000 in Regionalliga Nord.

The supporters are well known for their left wing sympathies, and often refered to as anarchists by opposing fans.

Tickets for matches are, I beleive, rather hard to come by, but the weekend we were there they were playing away from home.

A great club shop can be found at the stadium selling a vast array of merchandise, most of which emblazoned with the FC St Pauli badge, comprising of a Skull & Crossbones.

An extremely unique stadium, well worth a visit for the dedicated football follower and only a mere stagger from the Reeperbahn

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May 09, 2005
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A match of St. Pauli (Soccer)

When in Hamburg don't miss watching a football match by one of the local teams FC St. Pauli. They are the Punk team of Germany! It's a very funny atmosphere in their stadium ("Millerntor") which is only a short walk away from Reeperbahn and the red light district. The stadium is full of punks and other interesting people.

Equipment A black flag with a white skull and a rat on your shoulder ;-)

Mar 29, 2003


The purpose of the following Tips Lists is to aid those who will not have gotten tickets to the actual games taking place in Germany, but still want to feel part of the fun and comraderie because they might happen to be in the city of Hamburg. I will list venues and events for sportswatching and celebrations as I receive more information from Hamburg residents and businesses.

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May 29, 2006

FIFA WORLD CUP 2006- Public Viewing Screens

Here's a short list of venues where you can watch the games onscreen throughout Hamburg. I've tried to include the S or U Bahn trains you need to reach your destination.

Neuerkamp 30
U3 to Feldstrasse
daily from 11am
June 9-July 9
(casual, general crowd)

Barnerstrasse 36
S Bahn Altona, then bus #2 to Friedsensallee
June 13, 14, 18, 20, 22, 27, 30
(casual, general crowd)

University of Hamburg
Von-Miele-Park 4
S21/S31 to Damntor
(student crowd)

Gegenüber Ballindamm 14-15
S/U Bahn to Jungfernstieg
Mon-Fri from Noon, Sat/Sun from 10am
(upscale crowd)

Grosse Elbstrasse 150
S1/S3 Königstrasse
tel. 40.401.281
(chic, tendy, urbanite crowd)

Equipment Be sure to head out equipped with a good city map! Or find your precise destination (and print out) online at:

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Jun 06, 2006

WORLD CUP 2006-" WM NIGHTS", a VIP Event

Of the 64 V.I.P. post game parties taking place in Germany for the World Cup, five will be held in Hamburg, shared between the very exclusive, ultra chic restaurants "EAST" in St.Pauli, and "INDOCHINE" near the Elbe in Altona.

Tickets for "WM NIGHTS" are 232 Euro, and include shuttle service, drinks, and gourmet fingerfood.

EAST Restaurant
Simon-Von-Utrecht-Strasse 31
U3 to St. Pauli
June 10th & June 30th

Neumühlen 11
From Altona Bahnhof, bus #112 to Lawaetzhaus
June 11, 15, 19, 22

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"Hamburg - a lot of great memories"
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"Port Hamburg Welcomes You!"
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"The Forgotten Hamburg"
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"FIFA came & went! But There's Still Lots To Do!"
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St.Pauli Football Team

If you are fond of football you cannot miss a visit to St.Pauli's Millerntor Stadion and the nearby official shop of this old and nice "white and brown" football team! Unfortunately it's a bad period for FC St.Pauli, down in German 3rd Division (Regional-Liga Nord), but let's hope for a better future!
The shop is really great, you can find anything about St.Pauli: t-shirts, scarfs, sweaters, tee-cups... and, of course, condoms! ;-)

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Mar 03, 2004

FC St. Pauli

Hamburg has two soccer teams:
HSV = Hamburger Sport Verein and
FC St. Pauli.
There is a rivalry between these two clubs, but I definitely prefer the FC St. Pauli.

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Nov 06, 2002

Things to Do Near Hamburg

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City Hall - Rathaus

Having passed the quay, it is possible to turn to the central streets, to reach Rathaus square - Rathausmarkt. The majestic building of the Town hall - Rathaus in style neo-renessanse was constructed...
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Hamburg’s Kunsthalle is one of German’s leading art galleries. Its collection includes about all the big names of painters, and some really world-famous artworks. Their temporary exhibitions are...
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The Jungfernstieg is a street in the center of Hamburg on the south bank of the lake called the Binnenalster. The funny name of this street comes from the word Jungfer, which is an old-fashioned word...
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Reeperbahn - St. Pauli

St. Pauli is a traditionally working-class district of Hamburg, near the harbor. It includes the red-light district around the Reeperbahn as well as numerous bars and music clubs. The Beatles lived...
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Planten un Blomen

Plattdeutsch for “Plants and Flowers”, this is the name of Hamburg’s botanical garden. The park is surrounded by a fence but its gates are open all day and entry is free. My photos were taken in...
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Speicherstadt - Old Warehouse District

Speicherstadt, or the Warehouse district, is a part of the UNESCO world heritage. The red-brick houses in line by the various canals produce the impression of unity and power. Well, I personally...
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