Mönckebergstraße
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Our most recommended Mönckebergstraße Sightseeing Tours

  • Hamburg Combo: Hop On Hop Off & Water Ticket / Harbor Cruise

    1. Hamburg Combo: Hop On Hop Off & Water Ticket / Harbor Cruise

    Create your own sightseeing tour: wherever you want to stop, you can just hop off the bus and then hop back on later. Combine your 1-day ticket for sightseeing tour Line A with a water ticket. You can choose a  water program on the Elbe or Alster.  You can choose between: • 1-hour harbor cruise (St. Pauli piers 1+4) • 1-hour Alster tour (Jungfernstieg jetty)

    Well organised tour, friendly staff, good value for money. What more can you ask for? 5 stars!

  • Hamburg: City Center and Speicherstadt Walking Tour

    2. Hamburg: City Center and Speicherstadt Walking Tour

    Explore the northern German metropolis of Hamburg on foot and learn more about the fascinating stories of the city and its history. With a trusty guide, discover the HafenCity district, a growing area of novel inner-city architecture and public spaces on the Elbe. Admire the fascinating Elbphilharmonie and impressive harbor vistas. As Europe’s second biggest port, Hamburg has always been open to adventurers and travelers from around the world. You’ll also visit the UNESCO-listed warehouse district called Speicherstadt, which translates from German to ‘City of Warehouses’. Spend some time admiring its unique charm and listen to facts about the largest warehouse district in the world to be built on timber pile foundations. Tour the city center, home to the beautiful town hall. Here the architecture and the symbolism of the sculptures will tell you a lot about Hamburg's tradition and pas...

  • Hamburg: Private 2-Hour Guide Hire for Your Tour Bus

    3. Hamburg: Private 2-Hour Guide Hire for Your Tour Bus

    Hire a tour guide for your bus trip through Hamburg. Your guide will join your group in the city center or at your hotel, and then you can get on with the tour. See the many sides of the city center, or the impressive Köhlbrand Bridge and the harbor. You can make stops where you wish, so that you can take photos of Hamburg’s skyline, the Außenalster (Outer Lake), or the harbor. Discover interesting facts about the origin and history of the city at the respective locations. Admire the beautiful sights including St. Michael's Church, the fascinating Speicherstadt, and the modern HafenCity. Stop at HafenCity and the Altona Lookout to see the huge cruise ships and observe the cranes working in the harbor. Enjoy the view into the busy harbor from the Köhlbrand Bridge.

  • Hamburg: City Center Walking Tour

    4. Hamburg: City Center Walking Tour

    Today, Hamburg is known as a modern and busy city, but how did it develop into the modern big city of today? Explore the different epochs of Hamburg’s city history on a sightseeing walking tour. After meeting your guide, embark on a tour of Hamburg’s historical, cultural, and inspiring heart. Known for its canals, Hamburg City Center is home to much more than just these impressive waterways. Discover how history shaped Hamburg’s urban development and pick up expert insight about the neo-Renaissance town hall. Make your way onto other famous landmarks where you’ll have the unique opportunity to ask your knowledgeable guide any burning questions and really get an insight into the city.

  • Hamburg: Old Town Walking Tour - Town Hall to Speicherstadt

    5. Hamburg: Old Town Walking Tour - Town Hall to Speicherstadt

    Get insight into Hamburg, its history and its locals during this fascinating city tour. Start your tour at the beautiful town hall, where the architecture and the symbolism of the sculptures will tell you a lot about Hamburg's traditions, as well as the self-awareness of its inhabitants. Continue to the St. Petri Church, the oldest church building in the city, and walk to the Cathedral Square, where the city was once founded with the castle known as Hammaburg. Listen to stories about people called 'Pfeffersäcke' and 'Insassen,' who transformed the castle into a city. Hear about the Vikings and the old traditions of the beer brewers, who helped make a rising city out of Hamburg. Cross the Trost Bridge and continue to the Port of Hamburg. Pass splendid historical office buildings, beautiful canals, and the ruins of the St. Nikolai Church. At the end of your tour, visit the warehouse dist...

  • Hamburg: 2-Hour Tour of the Historic Old Town

    6. Hamburg: 2-Hour Tour of the Historic Old Town

    If you are interested in the history of Hamburg, then this is the perfect tour for you! You will learn interesting facts about the history of the city and simultaneously visit places like the first harbor basin of the Hanseatic city, inaugurated in 1189. In addition to the wealth of information from your professional tour guide, you will also have many fantastic photo opportunities. During the tour you will learn about the largest German underground bunker system, which contains over 700 bunkers – a truly exceptional history. Take a closer look at Hamburg’s first pneumatic post, which was put into operation on 24 October 1864, or the famous promenade on the Mönckebergstraße, affectionately referred to as “Mö” by the locals. Get exciting information about the Great Fire of 1842, which raged for 4 days and destroyed large parts of the old town. Also learn why Hamburg changed its look from...

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What people are saying about Mönckebergstraße

We were only at 12:00 p.m. at Hamburg Central Station. You should start the tour earlier. We had a day ticket for the sightseeing tour bus. But only drove to the landing bridges for the 2-hour harbor tour. Since it was already uncertain whether the 2-hour drive is still taking place. I was lucky. 1:45 p.m. was still driving. Even after that again. Otherwise we could have participated in the 1 hour. Harbor tour was great. With children can be 2 hours long. Recommended for 2 hours without children. Thereafter, no longer took the bus due to the thunderstorm coming up. So the more expensive tagickek wasn't worth it. Tagestickek for the public Transport in Hamburg is definitely recommended. Nevertheless, it was a nice, entertaining day.

Excellent content and presentation. Both Guids were knowledable.

It was really excellent that we could split the two activities over two days, as there was now time left to do the boat trip when we got back from the hop-on hop-off bus trip. We tend to use the bus as one trip, in order to gain an overview of the whole city. We rarely tend to use the bus more than once. Hamburg was great and the bus was great too.

Well organized. Always report to the bus first. There you can get the tickets for the bus and the boat trip printed out. You can then determine the sequence yourself. Choose the small harbor tour with the Hammonia, as you can see the Speicherstadt by bus.

Well organised tour, friendly staff, good value for money. What more can you ask for? 5 stars!

Highly Recommended. A combination of bus / boat. We had an hour on the Elbe.