Enjoy an evening journey from the illuminated Speicherstadt and travel through the Hamburg port. Take a look at the HafenCity, the Elbe Philharmonic…
Enjoy an exciting 1-hour harbor cruise and explore the city of Hamburg from the water. Learn interesting facts about Hamburg as you cruise past the…
Explore Hamburg on this hop-on hop-off bus and boat tour. Get on and off the bus whenever you want, at any stop, and see sights such as Speicherstadt…
Discover Hamburg your way with a Hop On/Hop Off Ticket. Get on and off as often as you want at all stops, or take it easy, stay on the bus, and enjoy…
On this 3.5-hour bike tour you’ll see all the main sights in Hamburg. Experience the charm of the Speicherstadt and HafenCity, see St. Michaelis…
Enjoy the guide on the jetties and the best fish sandwiches at the jetties. Cross the first Flussuntertunnelung Europe and discover the unique…
One of Europe's largest ports and the reason for Hamburg's nickname 'Gateway to the World,' the Hamburg Harbor is a great spot to check out when you're in the city.
The port is almost as old as the city itself and for centuries has been the center for trade between central Europe and the rest of the world.
This legendary fish market is a must see for all visitors to Hamburg - and they don't just sell fish. You can pick up pretty much anything here. It's well worth a look!
Every May, Hamburg celebrates the birthday of the port. It's a great party atmosphere and an exciting experience, if you're in the city at this time.
The Hamburg Harbor is also a main site of culture in the city, with various museums, musical theaters, bars and restaurants close at hand.
Of course you can visit the Hamburg Harbor at any time of the year, however the best time for tourists is around the Hafengeburtstag, which normally takes place around the 5th of May.
If you're planning a visit to Hamburg, looking for accommodation close to Hamburg Harbor is a great idea, as you'll be close to a number of top sights, as well as many great bars and restaurants.
- When to visitOpen all day, every day of the year! Attraction visiting hours vary.
- What is the price?A stroll along the water is free, but boat ride prices vary by company.
- Will I need a guide?Definitely! Might be worth it to check out our best-selling tours.
- How to get thereThis attraction is within walking distance from most hotels in city center!
- Additional tips** Check out the Hamburg CARD, which offers transportation and sight discounts.*
What People Are Saying About Hamburg Port
Recommend it highly, had no idea Hamburg was as stunning as it is. As The actor Arnold Schwarzenegger, we will be back ❤️❤️
Really pleased we booked this. The guides gave good information and the harbour tour was brilliant. It took about 90 minutes and it was on a paddle steamer - not some tiny barge. If you've only got a limited time in Hamburg, this option is a must.
We booked our city tour on line. It was a quarter of the on board cruise tour price. All the people we met were most helpful,, it was wonderful. We can thoroughly recommend it, and will most certainly do it again. We'll done 'Get Your Guide'.
Most of the places are mainly in german, but you can either ask for an english translation or wait for the english tour, which happens once in a while. Dungeons goes english once a day from 10a.m. and the trip on Reeperbahn only few times in a month. It is really good, so try calling them and find out, if english is on your day. Marine museum and docks museum are interesting. Museum of St. Pauli is small but friendly and I enjoyed my free beer at this spot.
The guides were good and we would recommend to everyone to get off at the stop for the miniature wonderland. It is the most fascinating place we have seen that has been made by man. Loved it.