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Guided tours through the city for graffiti lovers, sailing enthusiasts, hungry travellers and Beatles fans.

There are many ways to experience this city, whether it’s on your own or within the safety of a tour tailored to your interests and taste. Experiencing Hamburg through a guided tour is on the rise, and rightfully so, as the city has so much to offer on the weekend. It would be a shame to miss out on that one very special place awaiting to be discovered.

Tour de Gourmet by bike

The bike: the city’s favourite vehicle. And now the best bike rental place offers some extraordinary tours, allowing you to discover some of the best spots around.

While on the wonderful bikes, that aren’t your ordinary rental bikes, you’ll be accompanied by very friendly, eloquent guides. This “Tour de Gourmet” will lead you through the must-see spots of the city (Town Hall, the St. Michaelis church and the Reeperbahn) and beyond. You will discover well-hidden treasures along the way and get to know all the interesting backstories. The tour emphasises the city’s reputation of being a gourmet paradise, meaning you will pass by some of the best restaurants in the city and get a chance to stop for a few delicious-drop-ins.

The Sailing Tour

Locals say that the best way to really get to know Hamburg is by a boat. In fact, some say it is the only way. A private yacht with space for up to 11 people is undoubtedly one of the most exclusive ways to experience Hamburg. Spectacular city views of Hamburg from the water are guaranteed. All you need are two hands to hold on to this beautiful classic 13-metre yacht. The well-organized and very experienced skipper and his crew will give you the tour of a lifetime, passing by the biggest ships in the world, some World Heritage buildings and, of course, the marvellous Elbphilharmonie. With the top crew of the “Elbsegelei” you also have the chance to book a private tour which you can tailor to your own plans and timetable, complete with a pick-up service from your Hotel.

The Beatles Tour

Hamburg is still very proud that it was home to Beatles for a couple of years. It was here that the greatest band in the history played their first concerts. To this day, numerous fans from around the world flock to discover the roots of the Fab Four. There is also a very entertaining tour which will give you real insights and amazing history facts of the Hamburg Years from John, Paul, George and that funny drummer. Join Ms. Hempel on her magical mystery Beatles Tour. Armed with a small ukulele, she has been guiding fans on the trail of the Fab Four through St. Pauli for 14 years now. Let her take you to all the places where Beatles and pop music history was written. A tour with live music on the street and an amazing concert in the end. Don’t be surprised if you end up joyfully singing “Hey Jude” out in the streets as dozens of fans join in.

The Red-Light Tour

If you haven’t yet experienced St. Pauli and the Reeperbahn, maybe it is a good idea to take a (private) guided tour. At the very least, it will give you a very good idea of where to go and what to do. The original Red Light District Tour of Hamburg will give you a safe & sound tour of all the best strip clubs, bars, sex shops and other red-light places, all while sharing stories and history of the area. This tour is just a little bit frivolous (but not in a bad way) – a true St. Pauli original. If you prefer less frivolous insight, you can also opt for a Red Light District tour that will present the numerous, famous music clubs, some good traditional restaurants, musical shows and some of the bigger theatres on the Reeperbahn and many other curiosities.

The Street Art Tour

Street Art is a big thing in Hamburg, and it has been for a while. There are all sorts of styles: Stencil graffiti, wheat paste poster art, sticker art or installations. You can find the “Street Galleries” all over the city – mainly in St. Pauli, Schanzenviertel or Altona. But the city simply provides too much canvas space to be able to take it all in, and besides, the best pieces are often hidden away. A wildly entertaining and insightful guided tour will give you the definite introduction of the best and freshest Urban Art. It is also a nice way to get to know the real neighbourhoods of St. Pauli and the Schanzenviertel by day.

The showcase of trends When Alsterhaus opened in 1897, women fell in love with the fashionable hats and parasols from across the border in France, as well as the selection of food and products imported from the far East. Nothing has changed for more than a century, and Alsterhaus is still a reference point for what’s hot in town... and all over the world.
Hanseatic modernity The atrium of the Alsterhaus at the ground floor has been completely renovated by designer Sebastian Herkner. The Luxury Hall hosts international brands in a neoclassical structure with a contemporary maritime ambience.
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