6. Hamburg: Harbor Walking Tour with Fish Sandwich & Beer
Embark on an entertaining and informative walking tour of Hamburg's iconic harbor area. The everyday life of the sailors, the fishermen, and even the traders in the fish market will come together during the tour to form an overall picture of past and present times. End with a tasty fish sandwich.
Hamburg's rise as a commercial and cultural metropolis is due in part to its port. It is its economic engine and most important site. Strolling along the northern waterfront, hear about the changes the port has undergone and why it has been so important to Hamburg.
Let your guide tell you in an entertaining way which people have influenced the port area and the neighborhoods around it, how they have lived and worked there, and how international seafaring has shaped Hamburg as Germany's gateway to the world.
Visit and discuss some of the places or pubs on the harbor side, which are well-known also outside of Hamburg. Check out the fish market, walk past the old Holzhafen, see the Schellfischposten and a Seeman's Mission, and finally taste a selection of delicious fresh fish sandwiches and a beer or softdrink in an original small snack bar.
In addition, hear a short introduction to the ecosystem of the Tidal Elbe and the fish species found there. This guided tour ends near a public port ferry stop. From there you can go back to the Landungsbrücken or continue exploring the area on your own.