Veddeler Bogen 2, Hamburg, 20539
Almost 100 years ago the Emigration Halls in Hamburg were the last homestead to the European emigrants. Shortly before the departure, when the “New World” was within the grasp of the emigrants, the Emigration Halls were renowned as the “port of dreams”. This museum is a journey into the history of emigration over Hamburg, displayed in three re-erected buildings of the former Emigration Halls on the Veddel-Island – The “BallinStadt”.
Englische Planke 1, Hamburg, 20549
The 132-metre copper Baroque spire of iconic St Michaelis Church pierces Hamburg's skyline. Ascend 453 steps to the viewing platform for panoramas as far as the Port of Hamburg. The clockface of this Protestant church has a huge diameter of 8 metres.
Große Elbstraße 9, Hamburg, 22767
Moin, Moin … welcome to the Hamburg Fischmarkt! Thousands of people from all around the world are coming to the Fischmarkt at the river Elbe in Hamburg every Sunday morning. Open: From the 15th of November (winter) 7 A.M. – 9:30 A.M and from the 15th of March (summer): 5 A.M. – 9:30 A.M.
Reeperbahn, Hamburg, 20359
The most famous street of Hamburg got its name from the old german word reep which means an old heavy rope for a ship. During 1600 and 1880 the space north of today’s street Reeperbahn was used as a ropewalk for the production of ropes for the nearby harbour.