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Elbe Philharmonic Hall, HafenCity and Speicherstadt tour

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Hamburg, DE
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Experience the captivating history and stunning architecture of Hamburg's HafenCity and Speicherstadt district with the Elbe Philharmonic Hall, HafenCity, and Speicherstadt tour. This exciting tour takes you on a journey through time as you explore the bustling HafenCity with its modern buildings and vibrant atmosphere. Walk through the historic warehouse district, admiring the world's largest historic warehouse complex, the Speicherstadt. Marvel at the iconic Elbe Philharmonic Hall, a modern architectural masterpiece that stands as a symbol of the city. Immerse yourself in the rich maritime history of Hamburg as you visit the traditional shipping port and the Hamburg Maritim Foundation. Discover the Miniatur Wunderland, the largest model railway system in the world, and explore the fascinating Spice Museum. With its unique blend of history, culture, and architecture, this tour is a must for any traveler looking to experience the essence of Hamburg.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • Admission Not Included
  • 2 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Guided Experience
  • Exciting architecture in HafenCity
  • Walking through the fascinating history of the district
  • Viewing the largest historic warehouse complex in the world
  • Experiencing the largest model railway system
  • Attending a concert at the iconic Elbphilharmonie
  • Travel guide

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Introduction

Experience the rich history and architectural wonders of Hamburg through the Elbe Philharmonic Hall, HafenCity, and Speicherstadt tour. This unique and captivating tour takes you on a journey through time, exploring the fascinating district and uncovering its secrets. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere as you walk through the bustling streets and witness the transformation of this vibrant city.

What to expect?

During this 120-minute tour, you can expect an immersive experience that showcases the highlights of the district. From the modern architectural marvels of HafenCity to the historic Speicherstadt, you will be amazed by the juxtaposition of old and new. Marvel at the impressive structures, dive into the charming neighborhoods, and gain insights into the city's rich maritime heritage.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for history enthusiasts, architecture lovers, and curious travelers who want to delve deeper into the cultural fabric of Hamburg. It is suitable for all age groups and welcomes anyone with a thirst for knowledge and a sense of adventure. Whether you are a solo traveler, a couple, or a family on vacation, this tour guarantees an enriching experience for all.

Why book this?

Embark on this tour and discover why Hamburg is often hailed as a hidden gem. With expert guides leading the way, you will uncover the hidden stories behind the landmarks and gain a deeper understanding of the city's evolution. From the stunning Elbphilharmonie to the world's largest model railway system at Miniatur Wunderland, this tour offers a unique blend of history, art, and culture that is sure to captivate your senses.

Good to know

Prepare to be amazed by the stunning architecture, picturesque landscapes, and captivating stories that unfold during this tour. Wear comfortable shoes as you will be walking for approximately 120 minutes. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture the breathtaking sights along the way. Our knowledgeable guides will provide interesting facts and anecdotes, making the experience both educational and entertaining.

Reviews

Travelers who have taken this tour have praised the knowledgeable guides who brought the history and culture of Hamburg to life. Many were impressed by the seamless blend of old and new architecture in HafenCity and the unique charm of Speicherstadt. Visitors raved about the Elbphilharmonie's striking design and the immersive experience at Miniatur Wunderland. Overall, this tour received high praise for its engaging storytelling and the opportunity to explore Hamburg's treasures.

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  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

HafenCity

In the narrower sense, HafenCity is the project name for the roughly 157 hectare area on the Großer Grasbrook, which was once part of the free port. By the beginning of the 2030s, residential units for up to 14,000 people [2], up to 3,000 hotel rooms and workplaces for up to 45,000 people, primarily in the office and service sector, are to be created on the site. In addition, up to 10,000 pupils and students as well as around 50,000 customers and tourists are calculated per day, so that once it is completed, over 120,000 people are expected to enliven the district every day. It is currently one of the largest inner-city urban development projects in Europe.

Kibbelstegbrücke

To evacuate the site in the event of a storm surge, e.g. B. the Kibbelstegbrücke through the historic warehouse district to behind the dike line of Hamburg city center.

HafenCity Universität

(Pass by)

The HafenCity University of Hamburg - University of Architecture and Metropolitan Development (HCU) [3] - is a state university. The HCU combines all aspects of building and urban development in design and draft, engineering and natural sciences as well as humanities and social sciences.

Magdeburger Hafen

Typical fleet with the most modern buildings in Hafen City with a view of the Maritime Museum and Elbarkaden

Sandtorhafen/Traditionsschiffhafen

The traditional shipping port in the heart of Hamburg The Sandtorhafen is the traditional shipping port of the Hamburg Maritim Foundation. The pontoon facility belonging to HafenCity Hamburg GmbH has been a place of cultural history that can be experienced directly from the start, in accordance with the historical importance of the Sandtorhafen. Historic ships, port facilities and work equipment are the testimonies to Hamburg's maritime history. Preserving, restoring and making them accessible to the public is the goal of the Hamburg Maritim Foundation. The Sandtorkai, today Hamburg's oldest quay wall, had already been restored in a monumental manner in 2002 with great effort. Three historical access bridges serve to open up the pontoon system in front of it, and three restored general cargo cranes are erected on the Kaiserkai on the south bank of the harbor - reminiscences of the history of the place!

Speicherstadt

Hamburg's warehouse district is the world's largest historic warehouse complex, located in the port of Hamburg. It covers the area between Bäumenall and Oberhafen. It has been a listed building since 1991 and has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since July 5, 2015 with the neighboring Kontorhaus district under the name Speicherstadt and Kontorhaus district with Chilehaus.

Miniatur Wunderland

The Miniatur Wunderland (own spelling) in Hamburg is the largest model railway system in the world. It is located in the historic warehouse district and is operated by Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg GmbH. A total of 15.715 kilometers of tracks (as of August 2019) [2] [3] on a scale of 1:87 (nominal size H0; corresponds in reality to approximately 1,367 kilometers of track) lie on the 1499 square meter system area, on which around 1,040 digitally controlled trains run.

Admission Not Included

Fleetschlösschen by Daniel Wischer

The Fleetschlösschen is a historic building and belongs to the ensemble of the Speicherstadt in Hamburg. It is located at the intersection Brooktorkai / St.-Annen-Brücke, is a listed building and has been a World Heritage Site in the Speicherstadt since July 2015. In the Hamburg list of monuments, the house is listed as a former toilet building. Today's use is as a café and pub in a former coffee hatch.

Admission Not Included

Spicy's Gewuerzmuseum

Spicy’s Spice Museum is a private museum founded in 1991 in Hamburg. With 152,000 visitors in 2007, it is one of the city's most popular museums.

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WASSERSCHLOSS Speicherstadt

The four-story building was built between 1905 and 1907 as part of the third construction phase of the Speicherstadt (1899 to 1912) and is one of the most famous landmarks and oldest buildings in the historic warehouse complex.

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Elbphilharmonie

The Elbphilharmonie ("Elphi" for short) [1] [2] is a concert hall in Hamburg that was completed in November 2016. It was planned with the aim of creating a new landmark for the city and a “cultural monument for all”. [3] [4] [5] The 110 meter high building in the HafenCity district is located on the right bank of the Norderelbe at the head of the Großer Grasbrooks between the mouths of the Sandtorhafen and Grasbrookhafen basins. It was built using the shell of the former Kaispeicher A (built in 1963). A modern structure with a glass facade was placed on this base, reminiscent of sails, water waves, icebergs or a quartz crystal. The location at Kaiserhöft is characterized by the former industrial use of the port and the neo-Gothic brick architecture of the Speicherstadt.

Admission Not Included

Der Koenig der Loewen (The Lion King)

(Pass by)

German production celebrated its premiere in Hamburg. The musical has been shown in the Theater im Hafen Hamburg since December 2, 2001 and on January 14, 2014 the anniversary of the 5000th performance was celebrated. Since the theater can also be reached via a direct ferry feeder, some of the passenger ferries are painted in the colors of the musical or even named after the characters in the play (such as the Nala and sister ship Rafiki).

Reviews

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3.8 (7)

Linda_S

The tour was cancelled. I have found Viator reliable in the past but not this time. To cancel on the same day gave me no opportunity to book into another tour.

glennharrold

Amazing structure and architecture - this is a fabulous building - with stunning panoramic views and definitely worth a visit!

Anette_R

Moin moin, die Grösse des Hamburger Hafens😀 hat mich am meisten beeindruckt. Neeeeee, keine Lust mehr zu erzählen.

Anja_B

Sehr individuelle, interessante und flexible Tour die unsere Wünsche erfüllt hat! Vielen Dank dafür!

Angelika V

Wir buchten eine Führung durch die Konzertsäle und durften kurze Zeit bei einer Probe zuhören. Unser Guide war absolut phantastisch. Mit Humor und ganz viel Wissen führte sie uns ca 2 Stunden durchs Haus und hat uns so richtig auf den Geschmack gebracht. Demnächst werden wir in ein Konzert gehen

580romans

Vorneweg: die Tour an sich kann ich nicht bewerten, die fand nicht statt. Treffpunkt war auf einer Großbaustelle (Amsterdamer Platz). Nach Anruf bei Jolly-Tours (weil da kann man sich nicht treffen) angeblich keine Buchung erhalten. „Buchung muss wohl untergegangen sein“ - wir waren wohl die einzigen die gebucht hatten. Bitte um Rückruf für Ersatz erfolgte nicht - eine richtige Entschuldigung auch nicht. Ich hatte (gemutmaßt ) den Eindruck das hätte sich nicht gelohnt nur für uns zwei. Erstattung gibt schnell - Tag war anders geplant.

RolfDietrich_L

Die gebuchte Führung war für uns sehr bereichernd, begann pünktlich, Treffpunkt war gut gewählt, sehr informativ. Sie hat unsere Erwartungen voll erfüllt- dickes Lob an den Guide! Wir besuchen Hamburg wieder!👍👍👍
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