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Hamburg: The Ultimate Sex, Drugs, and Hotdog Tour

1. Hamburg: The Ultimate Sex, Drugs, and Hotdog Tour

Begin the tour with a welcome drink before discovering the nightlife in Hamburg. Walk from Millerntor Stadium to the Davidwache police station, through the red light district, and across Hans-Albers-Platz. Along the way, try a delicious hotdog to keep you going. Party like a Hamburg local and enjoy a shot in a typical Hamburg Pub on the Reeperbahn. The tour then continues on in the footsteps of the Beatles to the Grosse Freiheit. Finish off the evening in one of the many trendy bars, strip clubs, the famous Olivia Jones Bar, or the legendary Dollhouse.

Hamburg: Party Harbor Tour with Olivia Jones

2. Hamburg: Party Harbor Tour with Olivia Jones

The port of Hamburg is one of the city's most-visited sights; the best views of the Hanseatic city can definitely be experienced from the water. However, if an ordinary harbor tour proves too boring for you, then fear not: there is an alternative. Climb aboard Olivia Ahoi! and experience a party tour with Olivia Jones. Onboard one of the traditional shipping company Abicht's boats, enjoy music, dance and sing along. Keep warm and content with a little taste of Landratten-Likör (an alcoholic spirit for those without sea legs!) served by Olivia and her family and learn more about the port of Hamburg en route. At the end of the 75-minute tour, snap some photos with your hosts. Disembark from the Landungsbrücken then continue the party on land at the Olivia Jones Bar.

Hamburg: In the Footsteps of Olivia Reeperbahn Tour

3. Hamburg: In the Footsteps of Olivia Reeperbahn Tour

Discover Hamburg's famous St. Pauli and tour the highlights on this guided walking tour. Visit infamous spots like the redlight district as well as interesting bars and attractions, including Spielbudenplatz and the Olivia Jones Bar. See the home of the FC St. Pauli and its world-famous stadium. Take a stroll along the most sinful mile in the world: the legendary Reeperbahn or Hamburg's redlight district. Admire local gems, including the smallest police station in Europe: the Davidwache. Step into the highest cocktail bar in the area and soak up the stunning views of the harbor. Visit famous plazas like Hans-Albers-Platz and Beatles-Platz and learn the history behind each turn with insightful commentary from your local guide.

St. Pauli Tour: Drag-Attack with Barbie Stupid & Lee Jackson

4. St. Pauli Tour: Drag-Attack with Barbie Stupid & Lee Jackson

Barbie Stupid and Lee Jackson, stars of Olivia’s Show Club, know the neighborhood and its bars, clubs, and dives like the back of their hands. Their guided kiez (neighborhood) walking tour is not a regular guided tour. It's a sightseeing show – a perfect mix of saucy banter, sinful sights, information and entertainment. With witty remarks, Barbie and Lee guide you through the red-light district. The tour leads you across the Reeperbahn and along winding paths to the Große Freiheit, the birthplace of St. Pauli. Stops include the world-famous Herbertstraße, the Davidwache (Germany’s most famous police station) and much more. Germany’s most famous drag queen, Olivia Jones is a proud advocate who speaks up for respect, diversity and tolerance. With her colorful team of entertainers, she shows you around Hamburg’s infamous red-light district sharing insights into the world of spotlight, red light, and flashing blue lights.

Hamburg: Red Light District 2-Hour Walking Tour

5. Hamburg: Red Light District 2-Hour Walking Tour

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.

Hamburg: Bucerius Kunst Forum Entry Ticket

6. Hamburg: Bucerius Kunst Forum Entry Ticket

Located in the heart of Hamburg next to the city hall, the Bucerius Kunst Forum organises four exhibitions each year, presenting world-class works of art from antiquity to the present day. It is a place to exchange ideas and encounter a broad range of visual arts. In just a few years, the forum has become a favorite destination for art lovers and won the trust of the world’s leading museums. The most visited exhibitions showed the works of Frida Kahlo (2006), Edward Hopper (2009), Joseph Mallord William Turner (2011), Joan Miró (2014) and Pablo Picasso (2016). At the Bucerius Kunst Forum, discover outstanding art in new contexts. Its exhibitions highlight artistic relationships across different eras and disciplines, drawing connections between today’s art and that of the past. Works are considered from new theoretical perspectives: for instance, a Henri Matisse exhibition was the first to bring together his portraits; a Frida Kahlo exhibition examined the links between Mexican and European art, and a Picasso exhibition was the first to highlight the window as a central motif in the artist’s work. The Bucerius Kunst Forum stages a lively calendar of events in the auditorium, which can seat up to 199 people. The program of chamber concerts, lectures, readings, and talks is carefully curated to illuminate the themes of each exhibition from different artistic angles.

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What people are saying about Hamburg

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 84 reviews

Christoph was an absolutely funny guide who made the two and a half hours wonderfully humorous and informative! 100% recommendation !!!

Class. Absolutely interesting and well told. Thank you Bella We were thrilled and are happy to recommend you!

The guide was just great! Lots of inside information, fun and a good mood. I would book again anytime.

A nice and very informative tour. With lots of background information.

I can only say one thing: It was Meeeeegggggaaaaaa cool !!!!!!!!!!!