Andreas Vallbracht

Hamburg Guides an theme walks

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… Highlights of Hamburg (Harbour, city centre, St. Pauli, HafenCity & Speicherstadt)

… the districts of Hamburg from Altona to Wilhelmsburg

… countyside of Hamburg

 

Price list for Hamburg guide (2017)

Price list for Hamburg guide (2018)

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Highlights of Hamburg

Theme walk Harbour

The Hamburg Harbour is the heart of the city. Year-round about 13,000 seagoing vessels from all over the world arrive here, you can find container ships as well as big sailing ships but also more and more cruise liners are docking in Hamburg. This sightseeing walk gives you an impression of the maritime flair of Hamburg while you see the “Pegelturm” (gauge tower), the Landungsbruecken (jetties) and learn more about the old Elbe tunnel, the museum ships or the container harbour.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk City centre

The best way to discover the heart of Hamburg is by foot. In the surrounding of Hamburg’s town hall, which is one of the main attractions during the sightseeing walk, there are a lot more sights to discover: the impressive Kontorhaus district, the Alster lake and the Jungfernstieg, the churches of St. Nicolai and St. Michael or the nice Gängeviertel are waiting for your visit. Your guide gives you the information about the sights and tells you entertaining stories.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk St. Pauli

The Reeperbahn at St. Pauli is now known as entertainment district in the whole world. As soon as it’s getting dark the quarter awakes to life and a wide variety of people flows into bars, discos and clubs. On this sightseeing walk you get to know the Reeperbahn and its side streets, passing the Davidwache (police station), the Hans Albers Platz, some musical theatres and many other highlights while you learn all about the development of the district from former times until now.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk HafenCity und Speicherstadt

History and future are closely linked together in Hamburg: On this sightseeing walk you discover the Speicherstadt (warehouse district) – the warehouse district with its Wilhelminian architecture and its bizarre gables and turrets is standing under monumental protection. Here you can find the largest continuous storage complex in the world. Right next door a new quarter is built, offering many architectural highlights and new perspectives: the HafenCity. Here you can see Hamburg’s new cultural and urban landmark  the “Elbphilharmonie” (Elbe Philharmonic Concert Hall)

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


The districts of Hamburg form Altona to Wilhelmsburg

Theme walk Altona

Altona is a colorful  district with cosmopolitan flair, which is caused not least by the fact that the district was an independent small town until 1937. You can live here in a creative, bizarre and distinguished way at the same time as many different cultures are living together in narrow space. On this sightseeing walk you discover the Altona town hall with its late-classicistic façade, the Palmaille with its upper-class charme or the Jewish cemetery which is said to be one of the most important cemeteries in the world. Last but not least: the view from the ”Altona balcony” is fantastic.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


© Bergedorfer Museumslandschaft

Theme walk Bergedorf

Bergedorf once was an independant small town and therefore has its own individual identity. On this sightseeing walk you see among others the only remained chateau in Hamburg, the adjacent park area, the Bergedorf town hall, the half-timbered houses and the church as well as the birth place and the memorial of Johann Adolf Hasse.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 160,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk Blankenese

The former fishing village Blankenese with its famous stair-district once was residence of fishers and boat navigators, today Hamburg’s well-heeled inhabitants live here in in magnificent houses. The best way to discover the quarter is by foot; in total it counts 58 foot paths and 4864 steps.  The Süllberg, the Elbe Beach and its lighthouse as well as the Roman garden are further highlights of the tour.

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PRICES IN €: 140,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk Eppendorf und Winterhude

The district Eppendorf, located at the Alster is characterized by Art Nouveau style buildings, terraced houses and ivied brick houses. Winterhude is a lively quarter with many different faces: you can find here luxurious villas on the one hand and traditional red brick houses on the other hand. On this sightseeing walk you get to know Hamburg aside the worn paths of the tourist-trails and learn about two of the most popular living quarters of the city.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk Grindelviertel

The Grindel quarter in the district „Rotherbaum“ hosts among numerous  worth seeing  buildings dating from the early twentieth-century also the university of Hamburg. Her you find next to opulent manor houses many typical student places. The quarter was the centre of the Jewish community before, which is still visible by the Synagogue Memorial at Joseph -Carlebach-Platz . On this sightseeing walk you learn more about the Grindel quarter, its backstories and amusing anecdotes.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk Neustadt

The Neustadt is located in the West of the Alter and the Neuer Wall, which is the former border of the city of Hamburg. This sightseeing walk shows you among others the 132 m high symbol of Hamburg – The “Michel” (St. Michael’s Church) from a close distance. Just a stone’s throw away the “Krameramtstuben” give an impression of the tightness of the half-timbered houses built in 1620 to 1700. Today you can find small shops, galleries and restaurants here. Further highlights are the Großneumarkt (marketplace), the Laeiszhalle (concert hall) or the Johannes-Brahm-Platz.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk Ohlsdorfer cemetery

The largest part of the district Ohlsdorf covers the famous cemetery. Here you can find m any significant memorials of Hamburg’s history, a cemetery museum and remarkable sculpture art. The 400 ha large park complex is not only a place of mourning but also popular as local recreation area.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


© Patrick Wehrend

Theme walk Ottensen

Ottensen is a popular residential area which invites its visitors to linger. It has a lot of little stores, restaurants and bars and the proximity to the river Elbe and the “Elbstrand” (Beach) makes it even more attractive. The Ottensen “Hauptstraße” (main street) is a lively shopping district which is closed for the motor traffic up to the “Spritzenplatz”.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk Schanze district

The „Schanze“ is THE trendy district in Hamburg which is especially popular with young people for living, shopping and going out.  Many bars, restaurants small stores and fashion boutiques characterize the streetscape. On this sightseeing walk you discover this multicultural quarter full of opposites and see under others many old factory sides and backyards, the “alte Rinderschlachthalle” (old Slaughterhouse for  cattle’s) as well as the Rote Flora (a former theatre which has been squatted since November 1989) which is the symbol of the left-wing scene in Hamburg.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreighn language), 195,– (billingual), pricees per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk St. Georg

The district St. Georg is located on the „other side“ of  the main station, right behind the railway tracks. It is a quarter with a lot of bars and theatres but also social flashpoints. You can see the popular Museum of Arts and Crafts or Germany’s largest theater, the “Schauspielhaus”. It is directly connected to the “Lange Reihe” which is one of the wildest and most diverse event area in the city where today a hip homosexual scene has established.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Theme walk Wilhelmsburg

A sightseeing walk about Hamburgs future: Wilhelmsburg is the biggest river island in Germany. Although it is directed close to the city center of Hamburg, the district does not belong to the most popular living quarters. Wilhelmsburg offers a unique mixture: Harbor basins and industrial companies characterize the north while the south can be almost called a rural area. In last years the International Building Exhibition as well as the International Garden Show took place in the district and it plays also a central role for Hamburg’s application for the Olympic Games.

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PRICES IN €: 160,– (foreign language), 195,– (billingual), prices per group up to 25 people
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: 2 hours


Countryside of Hamburg

Trip to Altes Land / Stade

This tour is perfect if you travel with your own bus (or rent one). You travel in the West of Hamburg, passing the Airbus factory and arrive the region “Altes Land”. It is the  largest enclosed fruit-growing area in Europe. Freshly-harvested fruit and thatched farmhouses, museums, churches and ornate doorways, broad dyke landscapes and picturesque towns like Stade invite you to explore.

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PRICES IN €: 470,– (foreign language), 575,– (billingual), prices per guide per bus
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: up to 8 hours


Trip to Vier- und Marschlande

The area of Vier- und Marschlande is located between Bergedorf and the river Elbe, in the southeast of Hamburg. The landscape is well known for its cultivation of vegetable and flowers as well as its greenhouses. Furthermore you see old farm houses, mills and churches and you learn more about concentration camp memorial Neuengamme.

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PRICES IN €: 470,– (foreign language), 575,– (billingual), prices per guide per bus
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: up to 8 hours


Trip to Lübeck / Travemünde

Lübeck - a World Heritage Site by UNESCO – is located 60 km in the north of Hamburg. It is famous for the Holstentor, the Buddenbrooks and the delicious Niederegger marzipan. Other topics of the tour are among others the town hall, the Heiligengeist hospital, Lübecks alleys and backyards, the red brick Gothic and the popular Baltic Sea resort of Travemünde which is not far away.

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PRICES IN €: 470,– (foreign language), 575,– (billingual), prices per guide per bus
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: up to 8 hours


Trip to Lüneburg

In the south-east of Hamburg, the Middle Ages come alive in the salt city of Lüneburg: Ancient streets and houses, the historic Town Hall and "Stintmarkt" as well as a picturesque Old Town provide insights into the roots of north German culture and the history of the salt trade. You can also visit the original site of the famous German TV series "Rote Rosen" (Red Roses).

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PRICEES IN €: 470,– (foreign language), 575,– (billingual), prices per guide per bus
DATES: all-year, on request
DURATION: up to 8 hours

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