City walk through Hamburg’s warehouse district, old office quarter and modern port area
links tradition with verbindet modern architecture. During this day excursion we will discover new and old buildings traditional and modern architecture, brick and glass façades. Throughout our city tour on foot we will conquer Hamburg’s area between Baumwall and Chile House. Passing by Hamburg’s new landmark – the Elbe Philharmonic Hall and further on the Cruise Terminal HafenCity, I will voluntarily report about the history and future of the quarter including our “Elphi”. You will get to know, how many organ pipes may sound in the Great Hall and how much you would have to pay for an apartment in the Marco-Polo-Tower.
We will stroll through the traditional warehouse district and let come alive the work of the late 19th century. As a qualified tourist guide in Hamburg I will show you not only the obvious sights but will also guide you along ways and into corners, which are only to spot after the second or third sight. Or do you already know where to find the Stone Oriental Carpet? Which playground was designed by the children themselves? Or from where to take the best pictures of the canals in the warehouse district? Come with me, I am looking forward to guiding you! Every tour is flexible and can certainly be adjusted to your individual wishes. Just contact me.
Elbe Philharmonic Hall, UNESCO World Heritage Site Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel
Distance, approximate duration:
ca. 6 Km, ca. 5-6 hours (incl. coffee break – paid extra)
Underground stop Baumwall Hamburg
Of course, this tour can be adjusted according to your wishes (shortened or extended). We could also easily include a lunch break. I am at your disposal for any requirements.