Hamburg: Reeperbahn, Port, & Fish Market Morning Tour
- Duration: 3 hours
per group up to 18
Experience Hamburg at sunrise on this exciting tour to the fish market. Start at the Reeperbahn as that area dies down from the night, cross over to the colorful Spielbudenplatz and walk past Davidwache, a spot featured in various TV shows and movies. Proceed to the port and into the depths of the 100-year-old Elb Tunnel. Take a ride on the harbor ferry towards Finkenwerder, enjoying the fresh harbor air as you learn interesting facts about the Hamburg Harbor. Afterwards, walk along Großen Elbstraße, a street lined with gourmet restaurants as well as wholesale fish retailers. Stop at Schellfischposten, where the popular TV show “Inas Nacht” is filmed. Finally, wander the world-famous fish market. As your guide tells you interesting and entertaining stories about the Altona Fish Market, stroll through the alleyways and admire the fresh fish and other delicacies. Enjoy a coffee and typi...
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 particular...
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Our tour guide did a really good job. It was worth it to get up so early (at 3 am). I'd recommend this tour to anyone who wants to learn a bit about St. Pauli and how it was in the past, and who'd like to get to know the Fish market at 8 am.