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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
From EUR270.00

Hamburg Card Tips (6)

Hamburg card or not?

On a recent trip. my ex-girlfriend and I were debating buying Hamburg Cards. After a bit of a stroll on the first evening (we were staying near the Hauptbanhof Sud) we decided that it was not really necessary. If you are reasonably active and staying near the centre, virtually eveything is within walking distance.

Obviously, if you are staying in the suburbs, or have to go there a lot, the card would make sense.

Update June 2012.

I should point out as I am updating all my tips that his was written after a 2005 trip and I am not sure of the current position regarding this subject. I have, however, appended an up to date website which will hopefully be kept up to date and be in a positon to assist the traveller.

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Jun 14, 2012

Save in Hamburg

Visitors to Hamburg must have the Hamburg card or the power pass for young people under 30 years.
This card enables you to explore Hamburg conveniently at low cost.
-Ride free on all trains and buses of the HVV system in the greater Hamburg area ( tariff zones A+B)
-Enjoy discounts an admission prices to various sites
-Get a 10% discount on souvenir articles at the Tourist Information Shop at the main station
Prices from April 1, 2006
- Single ticket - one day 7.80€, 3 days 17,40€
- Group ticket - one day 11,20€ , 3 days 28,30 €, 5 days 51 €

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Aug 07, 2007

Hamburg-Card is a great deal !

Hamburg-card is a great deal, especially when you intend to take cruises, plan to visit plenty of museums and will use the public transportation-system.
There is a Hamburg-card for 1 day for 7,50 Euros
and one for 3 consecutive days for 17,40 Euros.
A group-ticket for up to 5 people travelling togeather is just 11,20 Euros for 1 day and 25 Euros for 3 days.
All means of public transportation will be included in section A+B, that is good enough for Wedel and Pinneberg in the west and Bergedorf in the east of Hamburg.
day-tickets ONLY for the transportation are just about 2 euros cheaper every day.
There are even some shipping-lines inside the port of hamburg included in that ticket :
#62 is going from Landungsbruecken to Finkenwerder every 15 minutes.

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May 30, 2006

Couldn`t believe it

Must be the bargain of the century. The card was purchased in our hotel and for a ludicrious sum took 4 of us around the city for three days, and entitled us to discounts at some attractions. From memory it was about 11 euros per person for the 4 of us!

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Mar 12, 2006
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Hamburg Card

We were in Hamburg for 3 days and had no clue what card we would buy in order to get around, when we arrived there. Then we learned about the Hamburg card on the train station. This card offers GREAT value for the money!!! We bought a group card (because there were 4 of us) and paid 24 € IN TOTAL for 3 days of public transport. That's not much if you divide it by four!! And above of that this card gives you the usual discounts that you would expect from a tourist card (museums,...).

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Aug 25, 2005

You can take either the...

You can take either the airplane or the train to Hamburg.
It would be very useful to buy the Hamburg card which will enable you to take the U-bahn and S-bahn trains and buses unlimited. It also provides the free admission or the price reduction to enter many museums and attractions in Hamburg. The Hamburg card is available at the airport, railway station and major hotels. The Hamburg card cannot be used on the airport express which goes between the airport and the central station but you can take the city bus from the airport to Ohlsdort and transfer to S-Bahn or U-Bahn instead.

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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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