Are you arriving in Hamburg the day before your cruise starts? Or do you want to extend your holiday by one more day in the City? There will always be plenty to see and do in Hamburg. Whether you go on an extensive shopping tour or take a look at some street art in the Schanzenviertel, whether you sit down and relax in a café in the Portuguese Quarter in the morning or enjoy a glass of craft beer while attending a poetry slam event in the evening - there's something to suit everyone´s taste.Mehr dazu
You will be amazed how much of Hamburg you can experience in two days. Hop on and off at the most important sights of the Hanseatic city on a tour with the red double-decker buses. You have seen enough of the Reeperbahn and the harbour, the Elbe Philharmonic Hall and the "Michel"? Do you want to go out into the countryside? No problem - not only in the city, there are also plenty of green oases at the gates of Hamburg that invite you to take a breather!Mehr dazu
Even though Hamburg is always worth a trip on its own, a short holiday in the Elbe metropolis can be wonderfully combined with a cruise. Three days offer enough time to explore all facets of Hamburg. From culinary offerings to sporting activities and cultural events. We'll show you what you shouldn't miss - and perhaps even give you some ideas for your next stay in Hamburg!Mehr dazu
When you think of Hamburg, what comes to your mind? The harbour, the ships - but certainly also the Elbe Philharmonic Hall, the city's new cultural landmark. It is not only there that you will enjoy music at its finest. Hamburg is a real cultural metropolis: you can experience music, art and culture at over 300 locations in the city. Have you ever been to the "Factory" in Altona or the Mikiko Sato Gallery on Klosterwall? Or did you know that Hamburg is the third largest musical metropolis in the world, along with New York and London? We give you an overview of Hamburg's "cultural scene" - and current events.
107 kilometres - this is the distance from the Elbe estuary at the mouth of the North Sea to the port of Hamburg. Enjoy the view from aboard the ship as the "Old Land" ("Altes Land") passes you by - a beautiful spot of earth at the gates of Hamburg, enchanting with its apple orchards and thatched houses. Just before arriving in Hamburg, please listen carefully: for 60 years, at the "Willkomm-Höft" (the ship welcoming station) every ship has been greeted via loudspeakers with its national anthem and the hoisted national flag!
Welcome to Hamburg!Mehr dazu
The Queen Mary 2 passes by majestically on her journey through the Port of Hamburg, while on land countless onlookers wave enthusiastically - and take pictures. If you are not on board this time, there is no need to be sad, as there are numerous places from land where you can get close to your beloved cruise liners. We will tell you the best spots for this.Mehr dazu
From Hamburg into the world. No matter whether you are going on a round-the-world-trip or "just" on a small cruise into the North Sea. The journey begins as soon as you depart at the cruise terminal and leave the port of Hamburg. You will pass by the wonderful villas on the bank of the river Elbe, see local residents enjoying a walk on the beach to then pass the Hanseatic and medieval town of Stade in the "Old Land" ("Altes Land"), until the ship finally reaches the "Kugelbake" in Cuxhaven, a wooden lighthouse that marks the beginning of the North Sea - and, in earlier times, showed seafarers the way.Mehr dazu
Experience Hamburg completely new! With a city tour, a harbour tour or an Alster round tour - or a combination of it all. There is a suitable tour for every taste. You would rather take an e-scooter and discover the must-sees of the city with a guide? We´ll help you find the perfect tour ...