Hamburg: St. Pauli Tour of the Reeperbahn

Hamburg: St. Pauli Tour of the Reeperbahn

From £16.27 per person

Tour the most sinful mile in the world and discover this district of Hamburg. Take a look behind the curtain, learn more about life in St. Pauli and see the famous Davidwache.

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Duration 2.5 hours
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German
Wheelchair accessible

Experience

Highlights
  • Learn more about the how time has changed life in the Hamburg district of St. Pauli
  • See the famous Herbertstraße, institutional establishments, diverse bars, and the famous Davidwache
  • Discover how the district has changed and what it used to be like, and see cultural and erotic highlights
Full description
Discover the world of contrasts in Hamburg. Experience what is on the one hand the "most sinful mile in the world." Yet on the other, is a multi-faceted district with a colorful mix of entertainment and culture, of gastronomy and bars and the hippest nightclubs, from fast food to gourmet restaurants, from the flophouses to luxury hotels. The best way to immerse yourself in this world is to join a Reeperbahn tour in a small group, led by St. Pauli insiders. This district is so full of incredible stories and anecdotes that a tours can't avoid telling such great tales. Get recommendations for clubs and restaurants as well as establishments in which the "customers" are treated well rather than dragged over the table. As a tourist location like St.Pauli attracts many interesting characters, learn how to take the proper precautions, lest you end up at another famous institution at the end of the evening: the Davidwache, Germany's most famous police station. Enjoy the highlights of St. Pauli and see the Tanzenden Türme (Dancing Towers), the Große Freiheit area, the Spielbuden Square, the Hamburger Berg area, and much more.
Includes
  • Authentic city tour guide with experience in this district
  • Guided tour
  • Welcome drink
  • Drink in a local bar (not during the 16:00 tour or on Sundays)
  • Important information about regulations in the area
    Covid-19 precautions
    Safety measures in place
    • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
    Traveler requirements
    • You are required to bring and wear a mask

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      In front of the "Tanzenden Türme," under the clock on the blue pedestal, Reeperbahn 1, 20359 Hamburg. The Tanzenden Türme is at the entrance to the Reeperbahn, across from the U-Bahn Station "St. Pauli."

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      4.8 / 5

      based on 126 reviews

      Review summary

      • Guide
        4.8/5
      • Value for money
        4.7/5
      • Service
        4.7/5
      • Organization
        4.7/5
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      Matze made the tour very interesting, a lot of background knowledge about the history of the Reeperbahn and the individual locations ... Starclub, Ritze, Schmidts Theater, Davidwache etc. he showed us the connections between today's problems on the Reeperbahn and their possible solution strategies. Matze is an entertainer who flew by almost 2.5 hours in the sometimes heavier rain, because he conveyed everything to us in an exciting and entertaining way. It was not my last Reeperbahntour with Matze, who is a very warm and sincere Hamburg boy is ... we'd love to come back .....

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      2 July 2021

      Well done tour of the Hamburg Kiez, even as a Hamburg citizen I got new information. Matze our guide was authentic and brought a lot of insides. The name St Paulizei could be used in a more targeted manner. For example, Matze had a leather jacket that could be embroidered on the back with the inscription "St Paulizei", an octagonal hat would round off the whole thing. Would recommend the tour to others. Our group with 8 young and two older people thought they were great.

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      22 December 2019

      28 June 2021

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