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Port of Hamburg: Adventure Tour by Bike (in German)

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Port of Hamburg: Adventure Tour by Bike (in German)

From US$ 384.80 per group up to 18

Explore the Port of Hamburg by bike. See the Landungsbrücken, the old Speicherstadt and the modern HafenCity. Admire the old Freihafen and Hansahafen, marvel at the container ships and the Old Elbe Tunnel.

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Duration 3.5 hours
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  • See the famous Old Elbe Tunnel
  • Cycle past the impressive container terminals
  • Discover the Hansahafen with its fascinating harbor museum
  • Bike through the old Reiherstieg district to the Elbe River island of Wilhelmsburg
  • Discover the modern HafenCity, even where it is still being built
  • Admire the beautiful old bridges, quays and cranes
Full description
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 particularly beautiful canals in Wilhelmsburg before climbing on top of an old 40 meter tall flak bunker to enjoy magnificent views of Hamburg. Then, head towards the Container Terminal Tollerort in the modern harbor before taking in a wonderful view of the classic harbor promenade with the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken from a small peninsula. Crossing the passage of the old Elbe River tunnels, head back towards Landungsbrücken.
  • Bicycle tour of your choice
  • Tour guide
  • Bicycles
  • Ferry fare for the day trip (3.00 EUR per person or 10.80 EUR per group of 5 or more, free of charge with a valid public transport ticket)
Covid-19 precautions
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must present either proof of full vaccination, proof of a Covid-19 infection in the past 6 months, or a negative test taken no more than 24 hours before the activity starts

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Meeting point

S-Bahn station Landungsbrücken, on the side street Hafentor, directly at the bike terminal.

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  • If you require a bicycle, you will receive information after the booking. Bicycle rental charges are 10.00 EUR per bike
  • The tour will run at a leisurely pace also suitable for less experienced participants
  • Note: The approximately 3.5-hour long tour will be available for groups on request. In addition, a day tour through the Port of Hamburg will be offered several times a year, and at any time of the year for groups (duration approximately 6-hours)
  • The tour will include Moorburg, Altenwerder (where the most modern container terminal in Europe is located) and Finkenwerder, from where you will take the ferry back. Please keep this in mind when going through the different booking options
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4.8 /5

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Gerade für Hamburger ein Muss!

Tolle Strecke, interessante umfangreiche Infos, die gut herüber gebracht wurden, angenehme Streckenlänge von 35 km (für alle Altersklassen zu bewältigen), Kaffee und Kuchen Pause in der Altenwerder Kirche ist sehr zu empfehlen, dazu noch tolles, sonniges Wetter: ein rundum schöner Sonntag!

August 5, 2015


Es hat sehr viel Spass gemacht.

Es war eine richtig tolle Tour. Man hat Ecken von Hamburg gesehen, die man ansonsten nie gesehen bzw. wahrgenommen hätte. Es wurden einen viele Dinge erklärt.

September 4, 2014


Trotz des anhaltenden schlechten Wetters war die Tour sehr informariv

Der Guide hat die Thematik sehr fundiert und anekdotenreich nahe gebracht und hatte das richtige Fingerspitzengefühl für Pausen und Informationstiefe. Sehr gute Tour für Interessierte im richtigem Tempo!

April 7, 2014

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