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Hamburg Old Town City Walking Tour in the Afternoon
"This 2-hour walking tour around Hamburg’s old town starts at Hamburg's central Station and continues along lake Alster river towards the world famous Hotel Atlantic. From Lombardsbrücke and Glockengießerwall you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the river Alster. Take Spitalerstraße to Hamburg’s longest and most famous shopping street: Mönckebergstraße. Mönckebergstraße offers you nice stores for shopping and you can also visit St. Peters Church the oldest church in Hamburg.At the end of the shopping street is the unique and fabulous city hall built in neo-renaissance style. Along the Venetian-style Alsterarkaden your walking tour continues to Jungfernstieg a boulevard at the Alster river. Passing Alsterhaus Hamburg’s oldest department store you will arrive at the end of the tour at Gänsemarkt."
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Hamburg Old Town City Walking Tour in the Afternoon
"This 2-hour walking tour around Hamburg’s old town starts at Hamburg's central Station and continues along lake Alster river towards the world famous Hotel Atlantic. From Lombardsbrücke and Glockengießerwall you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the river Alster. Take Spitalerstraße to Hamburg’s longest and most famous shopping street: Mönckebergstraße. Mönckebergstraße offers you nice stores for shopping and you can also visit St. Peters Church the oldest church in Hamburg.At the end of the shopping street is the unique and fabulous city hall built in neo-renaissance style. Along the Venetian-style Alsterarkaden your walking tour continues to Jungfernstieg a boulevard at the Alster river. Passing Alsterhaus Hamburg’s oldest department store you will arrive at the end of the tour at Gänsemarkt."
From EUR25.00
 
Hamburg Old Town City Walking Tour in the Afternoon
"This 2-hour walking tour around Hamburg’s old town starts at Hamburg's central Station and continues along lake Alster river towards the world famous Hotel Atlantic. From Lombardsbrücke and Glockengießerwall you can enjoy a breathtaking view over the river Alster. Take Spitalerstraße to Hamburg’s longest and most famous shopping street: Mönckebergstraße. Mönckebergstraße offers you nice stores for shopping and you can also visit St. Peters Church the oldest church in Hamburg.At the end of the shopping street is the unique and fabulous city hall built in neo-renaissance style. Along the Venetian-style Alsterarkaden your walking tour continues to Jungfernstieg a boulevard at the Alster river. Passing Alsterhaus Hamburg’s oldest department store you will arrive at the end of the tour at Gänsemarkt."
From EUR25.00

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St.Pauli Landungsbruecken & Uebersee Bruecke

Spend some time out on St.Pauli-Landungsbrücken and the " Übersee-Brücke". Landungsbruecken is a giant, swimming platform with various shops, restaurants and most of the boats offering tours through...
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May 29, 2006

Hafenstrasse - Hippies & outlaws

Hafenstrasse used to be a synonym for militant students back in 1968. They illigeally took posession of several empty houses in Hafenstrasse and succeded in all of the fights they had with the local...
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globetrott
May 29, 2006

Maritime Flair in the Harbour

Even if Hamburg is not situated directly at the coast it has a huge harbour that creates a maritime atomosphere in the city. I love to spend time there ever again. Just to sit on the boardwalks in the...
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chris.hh
Jul 20, 2008

Rickmer Rickmers - a sailing cargo-ship

Go and visit Rickmer Rickmers - an old sailingboat docked permanently in the port of Hamburg. This great ship is a museum nowadays and has also a great restaurant onboard !SS Rickmer Rickmers was...
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globetrott
May 29, 2006

Feuerschiff - museum, restaurant, bar & hotel

Feuerschiff / Fire-ship is an interesting sight, docked close to the ships "Cap San Diego" and "SS Rickmer Rickmers". The Feuerschiff was built in 1952 and used as a swimming light-tower in Great...
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globetrott
May 30, 2006

"Cap SanDiego" - the last real cargo-freighter

"Cap San Diego" is the last classic cargo freighter that was built in 1960, shortly before Container-ships took over the business much more efficiently. Today this ship is a museum and you may walk...
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globetrott
May 29, 2006

Visit the harbour, boat tour through the port

It is an absolutely must do in Hamburg to visit the harbour. You get some impressions already from St. Pauli Landungsbrücken or crossing by car one of the bridges connecting the north and the south...
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chancay
Jul 31, 2006

Port of Hamburg

The official beginning of the Port of Hamburg was in 1189, when Emperor Friedrich Barbarossa gave the right to hold markets to Hamburg. Now Hamburg is not only the biggest port in germany but also...
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nepalgoods
Apr 25, 2006

Take a harbour cruise

This is a great way to have a look at the sights of the harbour. I am glad I went on this cruise. The boat we were on was quite cramped up (as it was full capacity) but everyone was in a nice relaxed...
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jenniferchin
Oct 19, 2004

Cruiseships

Hamburg is getting more and more attractive to cruiseships. Hamburg itself offers a lot as for example good shopping, great museums and friendly people. Cities like Berlin or Luebeck can easily be...
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nepalgoods
Apr 25, 2006

Gateway to the World

Hamburg Harbour on the River Elbe, founded in 812 for the importance of its location close to the North Sea, has been Central Europe's main port for passengers and freight for centuries. It is the...
Mariajoy
Apr 18, 2006

Hafencity

100 years ago there were only big warehouses and storerooms here. Hafencity was a place of hard work and of trade with the whole world. Now Hafencity is developing here with luxurious appartments and...
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nepalgoods
Jul 30, 2006
 
 
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Things to Do Near Hamburg

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City Hall - Rathaus

Built in 1887, the neo-renaissaince town hall with its distinctive copper roof is both seat of the ""Bürgerschaft" (local city parliament) and the "Senat" ("state parliament"), as Hamburg is not only...
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Kunsthalle

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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Jungfernstieg

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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