6. Hamburg: Landmarks Public City Walking Tour
Discover a link between the traditional and modern landmarks of the Hanseatic City of Hamburg. Uncover exciting and secret places along the way. Marvel at the main church of St. Michaelis with the largest church clock in Germany. Be impressed by the modern architecture of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall.
Begin at St. Michael's Church, then make your way to the Elbe Philharmonic Hall. Explore the “Krameramtsstuben”, the oldest row of house settlements still existing in Hamburg.
Stroll across the Michelwiese and through the Portugiesenviertel. Stop at the underground station Baumwall, where the flood protection will be explained by your guide. Continue to the modern side of the city and to the Elbe Philharmonic Hall.
Walk along the Speicherstadt, Hamburg's UNESCO World Heritage Site, and get a perspective on the city's past and present. From the modern HafenCity, characterised by its striking buildings, to Hamburg's most controversial project, the Elbe Philharmonic. Admire its striking architecture, which combines tradition and modernity.
End the tour directly at the foot of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall with a breathtaking view of the Hamburg harbor and the musical theatres on the other side of the Elbe. After the tour, it is possible to explore the Elbe Philharmonic Hall Plaza on your own. (subjects to closures made by the Elbe Philharmonic Hall).