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e-Scavenger hunt Hamburg: Explore the city at your own pace

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Experience the fascinating city of Hamburg in a whole new way with the e-Scavenger hunt. This self-guided tour is perfect for both individuals and large groups, offering flexibility and adventure. Through our online app, you'll embark on a fun and family-friendly game, answering questions and completing search assignments. With GPS as your guide, you'll explore the most beautiful squares, streets, and monuments, while learning interesting facts about the city. The tour can be done at your own pace, allowing you to start, stop, or pause whenever you please. The e-Scavenger hunt is the ideal way to discover Hamburg's rich history and vibrant atmosphere. Book now and get ready for an unforgettable experience!

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 2 hours - 4 hours
  • Suitable for 1-6 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • & Audio GuidedSelf Guided Experience
  • Explore Hamburg at your own pace
  • Play a fun, family-friendly game
  • Answer questions about the city's locations
  • Do interactive search assignments
  • Discover interesting facts about Hamburg
  • A great online game and city walk in one
  • Online App to play the game on your phone
  • Use of smartphone and data

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Introduction

Get ready for a unique and affordable way to explore Hamburg with the e-Scavenger hunt Hamburg. This self-guided tour offers an exciting adventure through the city, all on your smartphone. No more boring guidebooks or strict schedules - you have the freedom to start, stop, and pause whenever you want. With our interactive city game app, you'll experience Hamburg like never before.

What to expect?

During the e-Scavenger hunt, you can expect an engaging and family-friendly experience. Solve riddles, answer questions, and complete search assignments about various iconic locations in Hamburg. The game offers a total duration of 120 to 240 minutes, giving you plenty of time to explore the city at your own pace. By the end of the tour, you'll have uncovered interesting facts about Hamburg and its rich history.

Who is this for?

The e-Scavenger hunt Hamburg is suitable for everyone who wants to discover the city in a fun and interactive way. Families, friends, and solo travelers can all enjoy this unique experience. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a nature lover, or simply someone who loves exploring new cities, this tour is for you. Don't worry about age or travel experience - our tour is designed to be inclusive and enjoyable for all.

Why book this?

Unleash your inner adventurer and embark on the e-Scavenger hunt Hamburg to create lasting memories. By booking this tour, you'll have the chance to explore Hamburg's historic buildings and modern architecture at your own pace. No more rushing from one location to another; this tour allows you to discover the city's hidden gems while enjoying a relaxed atmosphere. With our unique city game app, you'll have a personalized experience like no other.

Good to know

When you book the e-Scavenger hunt Hamburg, you'll receive instructions on how to start the tour. The tour can be done at any time of your choosing, giving you flexibility in planning your day. Whether you're a morning person or prefer exploring in the evening, this tour fits your schedule. It's also worth mentioning that this city game is perfect for large groups, making it an ideal activity for team building or special occasions.

Reviews

Customers who have tried the e-Scavenger hunt Hamburg are thrilled with their experience. They found the tour to be exciting, engaging, and educational. Many appreciated the flexibility of the self-guided format, allowing them to explore the city at their own pace. Travelers of all ages mentioned how much they enjoyed solving riddles and learning fascinating facts about Hamburg. Overall, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive, with participants highly recommending this tour to others.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Hamburg

Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. This is a Hanseatic city, where all goods have been traded for centuries. Which created wealth, which you can still see today. The city offers a good mix of historic buildings and modern architecture. Hamburg is becoming increasingly popular as a city trip. The city is easily accessible and easy to reach. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in the city. There is a lot of greenery, with many restaurants and bars.

Hamburg Town Hall

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The Hamburger Rathaus is the seat of the Hamburgische Bürgerschaft, the parliament of the German state of Hamburg. It is located at the Rathausmarkt in the center of Hamburg's inner city in the Altstadt.

Alster

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The river Alster flows into the historic center of Hamburg and forms two lakes there, the Binnenalster and the Aussenalster.

Rathausmarkt

(Pass by)

Rathausmarkt is the main square of Hamburg, Germany, located in the Altstadt district right in front of the Hamburg Rathaus.

Jungfernstieg

(Pass by)

The Jungfernstieg is an urban promenade in Hamburg, Germany. It is the main boulevard of the city.

Reeperbahn

(Pass by)

The Reeperbahn is a 930 meter long street in the German city of Hamburg. The street is located in the St. Pauli district and runs from Nobis Gate to Millern Gate. The Reeperbahn is located in a busy nightlife area where many music clubs, cafes, discotheques and other entertainment venues are located.

Domkirche St. Marien

(Pass by)

It is the first Catholic new building in Hamburg since the city's Reformation (a ban on public masses went into effect in 1529) and the second Catholic church after St. Ansgarius Church.

Trostbrucke

(Pass by)

There are two statues on the Trostbrücke: Ansgar (once bishop of the city of Hamburg) and Adolf III (in the 12th and early 13th century he reigned).

Gansemarkt

(Pass by)

Geese Market is a public square in Hamburg, located in the Neustadt quarter.

St. Petri Kirche

(Pass by)

The St.-Petri-Kirche is one of the five main churches of the German city of Hamburg and is dedicated to the apostle and martyr Petrus.

Hauptkirche St. Katharinen

(Pass by)

De Sint-Catharinakerk is een van de vijf Hamburgse hoofdkerken. Het hoofdbestanddeel van de toren dateert uit de 13e eeuw en is met de Vuurtoren van Neuwerk het oudste gebouw van Hamburg

Leuchtturm Neuwerk

(Pass by)

The Great Tower Neuwerk is the most important building of the island of Neuwerk, belonging to Hamburg. Completed in 1310, the structure is one of the oldest in the world that was used as a lighthouse and is still standing.

Speicherstadt

(Pass by)

The Speicherstadt in Hamburg, Germany is a complex of warehouses, built between 1883 and 1927 on a series of islands in the riverbed of the Elbe.

St. Michael's Church

(Pass by)

The church was built in the period from 1647 to 1669. On March 10, 1750, it burned down completely after a lightning strike. Under the direction of the architects Sonnin and Prey, the church was rebuilt.

Hamburger Borse

(Pass by)

The Hamburg Stock Exchange is the oldest stock exchange in Germany. It was founded in 1558 in the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg.

Colonnaden

(Pass by)

The street, now largely a pedestrian zone, forms a diagonal intersection from Jungfernstieg boulevard to Esplanade/Stephansplatz. It has a rich tradition and was called a "Prachtmeile".

Reviews

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joh787

Not our thing. Tried it. Confusing, translation to English unclear. Did the free tour instead and enjoyed that.

Evelien L

Very nice trail. Missing part of St Pauli and there were too many time questions. In addition, we got the question right and then unfortunately we got one. But I've done more than 15 and it's a great way to pass the time and provide fun information
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-05-19 17:04