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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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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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City Centre

Three sugestions for a panoramic view over Hamburg (there are more, but these are my favourites): 1. from the "Michel"/St. Michaelis church tower 2. viewing platform from the memorial church St....
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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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Port - Hafen

The currently largest container vessels in the world reach a total length of 400 metres, and the harbour of Hamburg is suitable for them to enter. They have to travel with the tidal wave because only...
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Fischmarkt

This famous event requires setting your alarm clock to a very early hour. Every Sunday morning the market takes place on the quay of Altona. It begins at 5 a.m., if you come at 7 a.m. you are already...
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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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Elbtunnel

The tunnel underneath the port connects St Pauli Landungsbrücken with the central area of the port on the southern side of the Elbe. The tunnel is accessible for cars, cyclists and pedestrians. Cars...
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St. Nikolai Kirche

St. Katherinen Church is one of the 5 main churches of Hamburg as featured as part of it's skyline, and is the second oldest preserved building in the city having been built with additions between...
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Blankenese

Blankenese is a fine spot for shipwatching. The navigable channel of the Elbe runs close to the shore, and all ships that go into Hamburg pass here. The steep slope offers many elevated viewpoints...
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Michaeliskirche

One of the most interesting places worth visiting in Hamburg is the St. Michaelis Church near the city center, a location which serves almost as a flagship area for an array of Hamburg churches of...
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Zoo Hagenbeck

(work in progress) The topical aquarium at Hagenbeck is a relatively new addition (completed in 2007) and absolutely exceptional - in fact, I think I'd rank it pretty closely with my all time...
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TV-Tower

Although there's a campaign to get Hamburg's TV Tower re-opened, it doesn't look like it's about to come online any time soon. So you can forget the glorious vistas that were once enjoyed from its...
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Canals

Hamburg boasts more canals than even Venice. It doesn't feel quite the watery haven as Venice, but that's because Hamburg is a much bigger city. Because it does have a lot of water channeling through...
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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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Neuer Jungfernstieg 9 - 14, (formerly Raffles Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten), Hamburg, 20354, Germany
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Bugenhagenstrasse 8, Hamburg, 20095, Germany
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Elbchaussee 401-403, Hamburg, 22609, Germany
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Beim Alten Gaswerk 3, Hamburg, 22761, Germany
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Rothenbaumchausse 10, Hamburg, 20148, Germany
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An Der Alster 72 - 79, Hamburg, 20099, Germany
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