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  1. Germany
  2. Hamburg

Historic Hamburg Tour from Townhall to Michaelschurch

Product ID: 118426
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Discover the highlights of Hamburg on a guided walking tour and marvel at landmark monuments such as the 19th-century town hall. Stroll down the Deichstraße where the Great Fire of 1842 began.
About this activity
Duration 2 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Wheelchair accessible
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Explore the secrets of Hamburg's old and inner town
  • Visit the enchanting courtyard of the Hamburg Rathaus
  • Walk along the beautiful Deichstraße
  • Discover the pretty Krameramtsstuben next to St. Michael's Church
Full description
See the sights of Hamburg on a guided tour, starting at the Rathaus (Town Hall) built in 1897. Learn how the village of Hammaburg grew from a small settlement of 800 people to become the second largest city in Germany with 1.86 million residents.

See the oldest basin in the city at the Trostbrücke. Then, continue to the Church of St. Nicholas, reduced to ruins during World War II. Marvel at the merchant houses of the Deichstraße, and hear stories about the city along the way.

Hear about the cholera epidemic and Great Fire of 1842 that began in a cigar factory, and learn why the people of Hamburg say "moin" all the time!
  • Guide
What’s Not Included
  • Ticket to the tower of St. Michael's Church
  • Tip for your guide

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Meeting point

Meet at the entrance to the Hamburg Rathaus.

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Know before you go
• If you take the tour at 10:00 AM you may get to hear the church organ concert at St. Michael's Church
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