Hamburg: Exciting Scavenger Hunt for Children (in German)
- Duration: 2 hours
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Discover the most famous sights of the Port of Hamburg in a fun way. The starting point for this unique Scavenger Hunt City Tour Hamburg will be at Kornhausbrücke in Speicherstadt (Warehouse City). Continue to Fleet Schlösschen Castle and the monument to the famous pirate Störtebeker. The Magellan Terraces at the traditional ship harbor will await you with a task, and also offer the perfect opportunity to take a break. The Scavenger Hunt City Tour Hamburg can be paused whenever you feel like it, depending on whether you would like to spend more time at a certain place, or take a longer look at a tourist attraction. Continue to Kehrwieder and the museum ships San Diego and Rickmer Rickmers. The exciting Scavenger Hunt City Tour will end at the famous jetties of the Port of Hamburg. The City Game Box contains 8 sealed and numbered envelopes. These contain puzzles that need to be solved. G...
Explore Hamburg from new Elbphilharmonie through to the historic Speicherstadt and on to the futuristic Hafencity. Enjoy a guided tour of Elbphilharmonie, this masterpiece of architecture with its abstract front is situated like a crown over the harbor and is the new landmark of the city. Travel from the Elbphilharmonie to the Kaiser, past the Miniaturwunderland with the world's largest model railway, the old coffee roasting plant and the spice museum to the Magellan Terraces right across the Speicherstadt. Here you will follow in the footsteps of the Hanseatic merchants, the so-called Pfeffersäcken. The cathedral-like inner courtyards on the Dutch Brook make it clear that it was not the church but trade and money that determined everyday life in Hamburg. After this journey to the past, visit the newest and most modern part of the city, Hafencity. This offers the perfect contrast to ...
Discover the culture and maritime flair of Hamburg. On this hop-on hop-off harbor tour, you will explore the Port of Hamburg, the Speicherstadt, and HafenCity by barge in 90 minutes. The barge calls at the St. Pauli Landing Bridges, Bridge 10, and the major tourist attractions daily. The special feature of the tour is that you only pay once and can enjoy the day with any number of stops with the hop-on hop-off ticket to explore the individual attractions onshore. These include BallinStadt, the Hafenmuseum Hamburg, the new Elbarkaden with the exhibition “The Flood”, the International Maritime Museum, and the traditional ship harbor in HafenCity, the historical Speicherstadt, the Miniatur Wunderland, and the Cap San Diego. During the tour you will learn interesting information from the live commentary onboard in English and German. Stops: Landing Bridges, Bridge 10 Elbe Island – Wilhelm...
We booked the 12.55pm slot, hopped off at the Maritimes Museum which was awesome. Grabbed a bite to eat & by the time we’d looked around there it was too late to hop on again.
Explore the best parts of Hamburg with local guides. Take in Hamburg's most exciting locations and collect helpful tips on how to make your visit to Hamburg an unforgettable experience. Learn more about Hamburg's history. Marvel at the freshly renovated St. Michaelis Church, and the innovative 1762 additions of the second Michaelis Church. Get to know the new constructions that are actually over a century old, and the historical buildings that are younger than you think. Find out more about Hamburg's St. Michaelis Church, the Great Fire of 1842, and how Hamburg rapidly transformed from a city of narrow alleys and post-and-beam buildings into a modern business hub. Your path leads you through the alley quarter, and past the "island" called Fleetinsel in the inner-city to the City Hall.
Explore Hamburg from the water. If you register with a group, your harbor tour will take place on your own boat only for your group. 1. Classic harbor cruise: Admire the most beautiful side of Hamburg's harbor during this cruise: the tour starts in Speicherstadt, if the water level allows it, and from there leads up the Elbe River and into the harbor with its world-famous attractions. Explore the harbor basins, quays and ocean-going ships, the St. Pauli landing bridges, the Blohm & Voss shipyard, the Tollerort container terminal, the cruise center in HafenCity, the large and small museum ships and the new HafenCity itself. Hear how the port of Hamburg develops and listen to cock-and-bull stories first-hand. The classic harbor tour is offered in German but is available on request for groups in English. 2. The slightly different harbor cruise - "een lütt pray...
Enjoy a tour of the old docks by bicycle in the Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Experience a multi-faceted excursion over the Alster to the Chilehaus, through the Speicherstadt in the east and over to the Elbquartier. Enjoy a visit to the German Greenpeace Center, then travel further over the Baakenbrücke into the Baaken Harbor. Take in a panoramic view of the Freihafenbrücke, then ride along the Moldau Harbor to the Hafen Museum in Hamburg. Immerse yourself in the maritime atmosphere as you pause for a coffee, before continuing over the Argentinienbrücke and the Steinwerder district, through the old Elbe Tunnel, then back to St. Pauli.
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...
After a brief introduction in front of the Davidwache police station, discover the history of the district with historical photos and original sources. This is followed by a tour of the historical places, where you can compare the past with today. The tour takes you to Davidstrasse, Hans-Albers-Platz, St. Pauli Church, Beatles-Platz, and the Grosse Freiheit. You’ll also discover lesser-known corners of St. Pauli. The tour guides are mostly local residents who know their neighborhood very well and love telling you all about it. This tour provides an introduction to the many sides of the district in 1 hour. The small group size (2-12 people) ensures that you get a personal tour and have the chance to ask the guide as many questions as you like.
This tour takes you on a discovery of Hamburg’s maritime highlights. Your adventure begins in the Speicherstadt (warehouse district), where you can learn all about tea, coffee, and oriental rugs as well as visit the most popular photo spot in the city. You’ll continue on to the traditional ship harbor, the Marco Polo Tower, and the Cruise Center HafenCity. Experience the largest seaport in Germany up close and from a unique perspective. In an entertaining way you’ll discover how much the Elbe Philharmonic Hall cost. Hear stories about who stole Klaus Störtebeker’s skull and how the Speicherstadt emerged. Your friendly guide will be happy to answer any of your questions along the tour from the Speicherstadt to the new HafenCity. At the end of the tour you’ll be left with memories of unforgettable moments and unique panoramic views of the Elbe River and the harbor.
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This tour provides interesting insights into things including not-so-well-known aspects of Hamburg's history, and Mrs. Lübken led the tour with lots of knowledge and heartfelt dedication. Would love to go again!
I would be happy to recommend this tour. The meeting point at the Davidwache is great, then the Kiez Museum is ideal as an introduction. The competent and entertaining tour gave us a very good insight.
We really liked the actual tour as well as the support on the ship and the very relaxed way of passing on important information in an entertaining way.
Super nice child-friendly and helpful staff. Get funny and interesting information that doesn't get annoying. Absolutely to suggest.
Very informative and funny tour to be recommended to everyone who goes to Hamburg