Hamburg is the most important port city in Germany. The harbor is about 825 years old, hosting impressive cruise ships and container terminals. The historic Speicherstadt unites warehouse blocks and museums. Aside from this Hamburg offers contemporary architecture and many historic attractions that are worth discovering.
Hamburg’s fish market has a cult following in the Hanseatic city. It is held under the open sky at Altona and has an important social and economic function for traders and local customers.
The Speicherstadt is one of the most recognizable landmarks of Hamburg and includes the world’s largest interconnected complex of warehouses. This warehouse district is the absolute highlight of the harbor tours.
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Don’t miss this breathtaking view from 132 meters above sea level! Built on a platform, the famous church provides a fabulous view over the harbor, Hamburg and the surrounding area. On the tower’s second floor, you can learn about the 1000 year old history of the city of Hamburg from a documentary playing on a projector screen.
The Reeperbahn is centrally located in Hamburg’s entertainment and red-light district of St. Pauli. Nightclubs, bars and discos are among the many attractions on the Reeperbahn.