In St. Pauli everything is possible! Discover the sinful side of Hamburg on a 2-hour walking tour of the St. Pauli neighborhood and learn all about its exciting history.
What to Expect
Experience Hamburg's St. Pauli neighborhood!
St. Pauli is not only the city’s red-light district - it is also a residential area known for its bars, cafés, and much more. Learn lots of interesting things, such as where the border used to lie between St. Pauli and the formerly Danish city of Altona. You will also find out why St. Pauli once had a king.
Tour highlights include Herbertstrasse, the Silbersack Bar, and the Große Freiheit, where the Beatles performed when they were first starting out. You'll also visit nightclubs with desk phones, see an air-raid shelter, and view Herbertstrasse from the outside, since women aren't allowed to enter.
Soak up the neighborhood's unique atmosphere! Explore St. Pauli's exceptional past and go to the places where Freddy Quinn was discovered, where the Beatles held their first concerts, and where Hildegard Knef fell off a bar stool.
Find out where Germany's first movie theater was located, and learn about the curiosities that awaited its visitors.
- Professional tour guide
- Walking tour
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Know Before You Go
This tour is not suitable for children. Participants must be over the age of 14.
Alternative tour times are available and can be requested via GetYourGuide.