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St. Pauli, Habour & Reeperbahn

CITY AREA PORTRAIT Welcome to St. Pauli, Harbour & Reeperbahn!

This is where Hamburg's heart beats. On Hamburg's city coast, the Elbe and the harbour, you can sit on bollards and look at ships or simply let the rough wind blow around your nose. Just a few metres further on, in the heart of the St. Pauli district, you can experience the "sinful mile", the Reeperbahn, known all over the world. If you don't like one after the other, you can simply take a stroll through the streets far away from the Reeperbahn and indulge yourself with culinary delights.

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Hamburg's water station. Landungsbrücken

The floating dock - called the "Landungsbrücken" (landing stages) – is 700 metres long. Harbour tours and the HADAG steamers to Finkenwerder, Oevelgönne and Blankenese leave from this water "station". Impressive luxury cruisers also dock here from…

Landungsbrücken
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930 metres of nightlife & entertainment Reeperbahn

Not even one kilometre in length, and yet rich in contrast: the Reeperbahn is bright and shrill, vibrant and down-to-earth – and so much more than just “the sinful mile”. A hotspot for live music and famous for its party atmosphere, the legendary…

Reeperbahn
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City Tour with a night watchman St. Pauli night watchman

With plenty of humour and sailor's charm, St. Pauli's night watchman will show you how Europe's largest amusement and red-light district grew up between Millerntor and Altona.

St. Pauli night watchman
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Sundays 5 to 9 am Fish Market

Every Sunday morning since 1703 Hamburg's most traditional market has been trading in just about anything and everything that isn't nailed down.

Fish Market
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Outstanding German civil engineering Alter Elbtunnel

When the old Elbe Tunnel, also called St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel, opened in 1911, it was a technical sensation. Today, it is a nostalgic and lovingly tended piece of Hamburg history – and has already celebrated its 100th anniversary.

Alter Elbtunnel

DISCOVER NOW Current Events in St. Pauli, Hafen & Reeperbahn

Die Tür mit den 7 Schlössern
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Die Tür mit den 7 Schlössern
  • Theatre

  • 29.10.2020
  • 20:00
  • Imperial Theater
Faltenrock im Nochtspeicher
© Christian Ströh

Faltenrock - die Ü60-Sause!
  • Nightlife

  • 01.11.2020
  • 18:00
  • Nochtspeicher
Wachsfigur Olivia Jones
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Panoptikum - The Waxworks
  • Permanent Exhibition

  • 29.10.2020
  • 11:00
  • Panoptikum
Schmidt Mitternachtsshow
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Schmidt Mitternachtsshow
  • Shows

  • 31.10.2020
  • 23:59
  • Schmidt Theater
Der St. Pauli Nachtmarkt
© Marius Röer

St. Pauli Nachtmarkt | St. Pauli Night Market
  • Farmer's Markets

  • 04.11.2020
  • 16:00
  • Spielbudenplatz

SHOPPING, EATING, DRINKING Discover restaurants & shops

Nowhere else it is as loud and colourful as on the Kiez and in St. Pauli. Here you will find the real Hamburg highlights and experience the unique flair of this cosmopolitan city.

Schmidtchens Alte Liebe Klubhaus
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Alte Liebe Clubhouse

  • Café/Bistro
  • €€

Old love doesn't rust, at least not in the clubhouse in the heart of St. Pauli. The bar on the Reeperbahn convinces with charm and style.

Alte Liebe Clubhouse

Alte Liebe Klubhaus

Spielbudenplatz 22
20359 Hamburg

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Ashoka

  • Restaurant
  • Asian
  • €€

When chef Jaspal Singh practises the cooking of his homeland at Ashoka, fans of authentic Indian cuisine enjoy making the trip here.

Ashoka

Ashoka

Budapester Straße 25
20359 Hamburg

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Bidges&Sons
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Bidges&Sons

Sustainable and high-quality - this stands for the small Hamburg streetwear label Bidges& Sons on Sankt Pauli.

Bidges&Sons

Bidges&Sons

Reeperbahn 7
20359 Hamburg

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Blackline Café

  • Café/Bistro
  • €€

To coffee junkies and breakfast fans: In the Blackline Café the scent of fresh coffee specialities and homemade delicacies is in the air. At two locations, café owners make the dreams of connoisseurs and gourmets come true.

Blackline Café

Blackline

Paul-Roosen-Straße 39
22767 Hamburg

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Blockbräu

  • Restaurant
  • German cuisine

The BLOCKBRÄU brewery is located centrally in Hamburg's port district. Here you can get freshly brewed beer and food to suit it, directly from the brewery's own kitchen. From the terrace, you get a great view of the colourful thronging dockland and port scene.

Blockbräu

Blockbräu

Bei den St. Pauli-Landungsbrücken 3
20359 Hamburg

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Boutique Bizarre

Europe's largest sex shop on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg.

Boutique Bizarre

Boutique Bizarre

Reeperbahn 35
20359 Hamburg

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DISCOVER NOW Discover more districts

Streetart Schanze
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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Sternschanze & Karoviertel

The two districts around Schanzenstraße and Schulterblatt are always in motion. Here, it is colourful and lively, and it has become much fancier in the last few years. Still, the district in the borough of Altona has preserved much of its rough, leftist-alternative nonconformism.

Sternschanze & Karoviertel
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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Eimsbüttel & Eppendorf

Here, one can find magnificent old building façades, local and exquisite restaurants as well as fancy boutiques and owner-operated shops. While Eppendorf is rather fancy, one can feel the hanseatic serenity in Eimsbüttel. Both districts offer much green and water and are hence with good reason very popular neighbourhoods in Hamburg.

Eimsbüttel & Eppendorf
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CITY AREA PORTRAIT St. Georg

Welcome to St. Georg, a borough full of contrasts. Located just behind Hamburg main railway station, it is colourful, multicultural, stylish and hip all the way up to the Alster.

St. Georg

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