Hamburg: City Center and Speicherstadt Bike Tour
- Duration options: 3 - 3.5 hours
Discover the famous St. Pauli, an indescribable neighborhood in Hamburg. It is unique and so special that you just have to experience it for yourself. You’ll find everything here from luxury apartments to Hamburg’s most affordable hotel. The area is home to the iconic sports club and its famous stadium: FC St. Pauli. It is also home to the most sinful mile in the world: the legendary Reeperbahn. You’ll also see the smallest police station in Europe: the Davidwache. On this tour, check out the highest cocktail bar in the area with the best views of the harbor. You’ll be a neighborhood expert in no time at all! Hans-Albers-Platz, the Spielbudenplatz, Herbertstrasse, the Zur Ritze and Silbersack bars, Beatles-Platz, the Star-Club, the Grosse Freiheit, the Davidwache, and the Olivia Jones Bar are other highlights on this exciting tour.
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Set off on a discovery tour of Hamburg and immerse yourself in the city’s most iconic landmarks and districts. Your guide will explain the history behind the harbor city and the tales behind all the impressive sights. You’ll travel through the Speicherstadt, a UNESCO world heritage site in the east of the city. While here, admire the unique 19th-century brick architecture which sits on millions of oak poles within the waterways. As you take in all the pretty canals, you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’re in Venice. Hamburg is a very flat city which means it’s perfect for cyclists of all ages and riding abilities.
Explore Hamburg in a playful and extraordinary way with a scavenger hunt through the Port of Hamburg. The Port of Hamburg route leads you to the most well-known sights around the fascinating harbor. The starting point of the scavenger hunt is the Kornhaus bridge with the Fleetschlösschen. Continue to the statue of Störtebeker and through the modern HafenCity with its Marco-Polo-Tower and the Unilever-House. On your way you see the Sandtor port, the Elbphilharmonie and the historic Speicherstadt as well as St. Catherine's Church. Take a break from your scavenger hunt at any time and explore the sights more extensively, enjoy a snack or a drink or just relax. Solve the 16 quests and learn more about the sights on the way. Decide when you want to start your hunt and where you'd like to stay longer. Take as many friends as you like and explore the Hanseatic City of Hamburg.
We were a group of ten people, I prepared the activity together with some colleagues in advance and we didn't go to all the stations but it was quite nice. No pressure and we stopped when we had had enough fun. Important, some info should be updated and they should have a shorter version.
Treat yourself to an exclusive tour through Hamburg with a private chauffeur and limousine. You will be picked up at your hotel and can decide for yourself what you would like to see, whether it be the Alster River, Hafencity, the Speicherstadt (warehouse district), or the city center. Your guide will also suggest the most interesting sights to see. You can stop to take photos at any time during the tour. Sit back and relax while listening to interesting stories about the famous attractions. Visit St. Michael's Church or explore the Elbe Tunnel. See Blankenese, enjoy a coffee on the beach, or sip a refreshing drink on the Süllberg hill. Drive over the Köhlbrand Bridge and admire the breathtaking views of the Elbe River and the passing container ships.
Hire a tour guide for your bus trip through Hamburg. Your guide will join your group in the city center or at your hotel, and then you can get on with the tour. See the many sides of the city center, or the impressive Köhlbrand Bridge and the harbor. You can make stops where you wish, so that you can take photos of Hamburg’s skyline, the Außenalster (Outer Lake), or the harbor. Discover interesting facts about the origin and history of the city at the respective locations. Admire the beautiful sights including St. Michael's Church, the fascinating Speicherstadt, and the modern HafenCity. Stop at HafenCity and the Altona Lookout to see the huge cruise ships and observe the cranes working in the harbor. Enjoy the view into the busy harbor from the Köhlbrand Bridge.
Explore the best parts of Hamburg with local guides. Take in Hamburg's most exciting locations and collect helpful tips on how to make your visit to Hamburg an unforgettable experience. Learn more about Hamburg's history. Marvel at the freshly renovated St. Michaelis Church, and the innovative 1762 additions of the second Michaelis Church. Get to know the new constructions that are actually over a century old, and the historical buildings that are younger than you think. Find out more about Hamburg's St. Michaelis Church, the Great Fire of 1842, and how Hamburg rapidly transformed from a city of narrow alleys and post-and-beam buildings into a modern business hub. Your path leads you through the alley quarter, and past the "island" called Fleetinsel in the inner-city to the City Hall.
Discover several years of Tatort history in Hamburg at the top shooting locations in the Hanseatic city. The tour starts directly in the city center at Jungfernstieg and continues to the Town Hall, which had a role as a supporting act in many Tatort films, but which is most famous for the dramatic scene with Cenk Batu. Your next destination is the HafenCity, the largest urban development project in Europe and shooting location in almost every Tatort film with Nick Tschiller and therefore an important sight for Tatort fans. Find out from where you were able to see Helene Fischer when she disappeared into the dark recesses of human trafficking against the backdrop of the famous Elbe Philharmonic Hall. The tour will end at the foot of Elbphilharmonie with a lovely view of the harbor.
Enjoy a tour of the old docks by bicycle in the Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Experience a multi-faceted excursion over the Alster to the Chilehaus, through the Speicherstadt in the east and over to the Elbquartier. Enjoy a visit to the German Greenpeace Center, then travel further over the Baakenbrücke into the Baaken Harbor. Take in a panoramic view of the Freihafenbrücke, then ride along the Moldau Harbor to the Hafen Museum in Hamburg. Immerse yourself in the maritime atmosphere as you pause for a coffee, before continuing over the Argentinienbrücke and the Steinwerder district, through the old Elbe Tunnel, then back to St. Pauli.
Explore the Port of Hamburg in a different way - by bike. Bring your own bike or opt for a practical and affordable bike rental. With its quays, bridges and canals, the Port of Hamburg offers many unusual views of the city's developments. Start at the jetties and make your way to Speicherstadt and Hafencity, where you will not only dive deep into the history of Hamburg, but also see the cruise terminal and those areas of Hafencity that are still under construction. Next, bike to the old Freihafen (free port) with its old harbor basins, railway tracks, cranes and sheds. At Hansahafen, where the harbor museum is located, the romantic atmosphere will prompt you to push your bike along Bremer Kai and fully take in the old museum ships, suction dredgers and barges. See the Wilhelmsburger Reiherstieg district and the Spreehafen, where the bargemen once anchored their barges. Admire particular...
On this interesting tour you get to see 3 of the most fascinating sights in Hamburg: St. Michael’s Church, the Old Elbe Tunnel, and the harbor. St. Michael’s Church is lovingly called “Michel” by the Hamburg residents and is the youngest of the 5 main churches in the city. Admire the 5 organs, the largest clock tower in Germany, and the impressive bell tower. Enjoy the breathtaking views from the observation deck, which you can access by walking or by lift. Check out the widow homes from the 17th century behind the church in the Krayenkamp, the last remaining examples of typical courtyards buildings around courtyards in Hamburg. You then walk through the Portuguese quarter in the direction of the landing stages. Here you can see the two ships by the shore: Rickmer Rickmers and Cap San Diego. While the hustle and bustle of the landing stages invites you to linger for a while, you contin...
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The tour was really very interesting and you just get more background knowledge about the Reeperbahn. Our guide Fredo was very motivated and had a lot of information to offer. Even a loft on the Reeperbahn with all kinds of interesting objects was part of it. The only downside is that the farewell was so different from what they were used to. Because after a final stop on the big freedom and a tour by the tour guide, the tour was suddenly over. The tour guide suddenly disappeared into the crowd!
It was a great guide and a great group. We saw and experienced a lot. It was a shame that in our Hamburg time Olivia Jones was still on vacation. I would have loved to have seen her live. So ... watch the date. After the Reeperbahn round we went with the guide and about half of the group for a beer, which is of course not a must, but was very nice. I / we can only recommend such a guided tour.
That was a great scavenger hunt. So much has been learned about Hamburg Hafen City and the Speicherstadt. We have split the tour into 2 days. Again and again, next time we book a tour that takes us through the city.
It was a nice way to explore the port of Hamburg with free time management. Only the puzzles we would have liked a little more difficult!
Great day thank you very much. Exellent guide and driver!!!!