Hamburg - Germany's gate to the world

Discover the second largest city in Germany. Hamburg is a place where you meet the newest in style yet also the distinguished traditions.

Hamburg private tour

Hamburg guided tour

Full day tour with a guide in Hamburg.

Hamburg - Free and Hanseatic City. The largest port in Germany and the city of the media and the millionaires welcomes you on this full day excursion. Upon arrival in Hamburg a local guide will take you on a panoramic drive with several stops. The highlights are the warehouse quarter and harbour city, the church of St. Michaelis, the town hall, historic Hamburg and the elegant villas around the Alster lake. Afterwards there will be opportunity to visit one of the many museums, browse the excellent shopping boulevards, take time for some fine dining or take a boat tour.
  • 10 h tour
  • modern car/van/bus with AC
  • guide in Hamburg for 3 hours
  • visit to St. Michaelis church
  • time at leisure
  • rates
    • car + guide max. 2 pax: 795 Euro
    • van + guide max. 6 pax: 835 Euro
    • bus + guide max. 49 pax: upon request

    Canals of Hamburg

    Hamburg is criss-crossed by waterways and has more bridges than Venice. The Elbe river connects the port to the North Sea and the smaller Alster serves the numerous canals and the beautiful little lake in the city center. Therefore Hamburg is also liable to flooding.

    City Hall

    Hamburg is a city but also a german state and therefore the city hall serves both purposes. Built in the 19th century in historicism style it has more rooms than Buckhingham Palace. Hamburgians are proud of their Hanseatic traditions and the government therefore is a so called after work parliament.

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    Alster Lake

    The inner and outer Alster lake are Hamburgs boulevards. The inner lake with the Jungfernstieg promenade boasts fancy shops and is a place to be seen. Boat tours start from here. The outer Alster is an elegant villa quarter with lush greens. The majority of Germany's millionaires live in Hamburg.

    Hamburg Port

    Hamburgs old and new port is the motor of the city. Visitors can stroll along the quais and visit historic ships like the Cap San Diego and Rickmer Rickmers or go on a harbour cruise to get close to the container giants. Above all the church of St. Michaelis in the St. Pauli quarter with its tower is the landmark.

    Harbour City

    A new work and living quarter for 40000 people was designed in the port area. Here new standards in architecture and lifestyle are to be set. Hamburgs cruise port is here as well. A brand new opera mixing old and new on top of an old warehouse is to open soon.

    Warehouse Quarter

    The Speicherstadt from the 19th century used to be the area where goods could be stored and sold free of customs. Carpets and spices were kept in the brick buildings. Today it is an area with fascinating museums suchs the Miniature Wonderland railway exhibition or the Maritime Museum and Hamburg Dungeon.

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