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Guide to the sights of the City of Hamburg

To help you decide which are the must-sees of Hamburg we present a choice of the most interesting places with their history and practical information for visitors. You may print this page in PDF format to get a guide in paper form or, even better, get in contact with the local tour guide to book a private and personalized guided tour.

Town Hall - Centre historique - Saint Pauli (Reeperbahn)
Saint Georg - Blankenese - BallinStadt - Neuengamme Concentration Camp - Lübeck- Övelgönne - St Michaelis Church - La bourse de Hambourg
Balade le long de l'Elbe - Speicherstadt warehouse district
Alster et Jungfernstieg - The other sights of the City of Hamburg


All photos on this page are from Hamburg Marketing GmbH (Website).

 
 

 
 
Town Hall

After the Town Hall of Hamburg had burnt down completely in 1842. The new Town Hall was inaugurated in 1897 and was erected on more than 4000 oak poles.
The Jungfernstieg on the Alster is Hamburg's shopping and promenade street. A lot of exquisite shops, restaurants and hotels….
The Mönckebergstrasse is the shopping street in Hamburg.

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Les quartiers de Hambourg

 

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Centre historique

 

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Saint Pauli - The Reeperbahn

The Reeperbahn (St. Paul) is Hamburg’s most famous street. Infamous for its erotic shops, numerous strip bars and easy girls, the Reeperbahn is a magnet for those who like to go out on the town. Whether you’re looking to visit theatres, musicals or museums - or simply want to take a pub crawl and dance the night away - you’re sure to find something that’s just right for you.

The Beatles regularly performed at different clubs in Hamburg. During the period from August 1960 to December 1962; a chapter in the group's history which honed their performance skills, widened their reputation, and led to their first recording.

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Saint Georg

 

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Blankenese

A district of Hamburg where the fisher and the captains used to live. It is situated along the river the Elbe on a hill with its typical houses and a wonderful view.

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BallinStadt

The BallinStadt is an emigration museum in Hamburg, which was built on the site of the former emigrants' halls. It was built over 100 years after the Hapag (maritime company) owner Albert Ballin built the first emigrant halls. In three carefully restored buildings, visitors can relive the stories of people who emigrated from here to overseas.

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Neuengamme Concentration Camp

 

The Neuengamme Concentration Camp, located on the historical site of the camp, commemorates the over 100,000 people who were imprisoned in the largest concentration camp in northwest Germany during World War II.

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Lübeck

From Hamburg, you can make an excursion for 1 day to Lübeck. Lübeck was the most important hanseatic city and belongs to the World Heritage of the Unesco. It is worth to discover the churches, the very special town house, the entrance doors to the city, the typical restaurants and specialities.

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Övelgönne

 

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St Michaelis Church & Krammeramtsstuben

The St. Michaelis Church is one of the most important Baroque monuments of northern Germany. It is the symbol of the city.
Beside the Church, the Krammeramtsstuben (shopkeeper office flats) have been built in the 17 th century.. A narrow alley leads between these half-timbered houses.

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La Bourse de Hambourg

 

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Balade le long de l'Elbe (Landungsbrücke, Elbetunnel, Fischermarkt)

 

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Speicherstadt, HafenCity, Elbphilharmonie

The historical Speicherstadt (warehouse district), inaugurated in 1888, is the world’s largest single stretch of warehouses. It was here in these new-gothic buildings (brick architecture) that goods from all over the world entered Europe duty-free for further transport. Especially coffee, tea and spices were stored here. Today, the Speicherstadt is home to several museums and exhibitions.

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Alster et Jungfernstieg

 

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The other sights of the City of Hamburg

 

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Should you have any comments about these presentations or like to see another sight included, please write to us. You may as well send your own text to put on our site.

 
 
Folowing: Most remarkable museums of Hamburg

LatLon-Europe presents a choice of the most remarkable museums for every city, be it a metropolis or a small town. Allow yourself to be surprised by the quality of diversely themed and inspirational museums.




For example: International Maritime Museum of Hamburg

 
     
     


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