Active Tour

  • tour.title

    Active Tour

    Hamburg is known for being an active city. This is due to its incredible diversity that has something to offer for everyone: Clubs and bars, theatres, sights and more. But you can get active in Hamburg too. Whether on foot, by bike or with a racquet in your hand, you have many different options if you want to be active.

  • tourpoi.title

    Climbing Dockland

    Dockland is an architectural masterpiece. The office building is in the shape of a parallelogram and extends a full 40 metres over the water like the bow of a ship. In addition, the huge roof terrace offers a massive view of the Port of Hamburg. But to enjoy the view at 25 metres, the 140 steps of the staircase have to be surmounted first.

  • tourpoi.title

    Treppenviertel

    Your tour mustn't miss out the famous Blankeneser Treppenviertel. Fishermen and pilots have rather unconventionally cultivated the slope area, which has led to the awkwardly angled path and stair system. With over 58 footpaths,a total of 4,864 steps and a wonderful view of the Elbe, you have the opportunity to enjoy a very substantial walk.

  • tourpoi.title

    Himmelsleiter Övelgönne

    Standing at the foot of the Himmelsleiter, you really get the feeling that this steep flight of steps is an endless path towards heaven. The Himmelsleiter is the quickest route between Elbchaussee and the Elbe river beach and there is a total of 139 steps leading to the beach. If you take the path going upwards, there is a good 30-metre climb to negotiate, something you will know only too well after the event.

    Details
  • tourpoi.title

    StadtRAD Hamburg

    Anyone can get on a bus or train. Hamburg gets on its bike - with StadtRAD Explore the most beautiful city in the world using your own strength. Let the cool wind blow through your hair and make a stop whenever and wherever you wish. The distinctive red bikes of Hamburg's bicycle hire scheme StadtRAD allow you to do just that! You'll find them everywhere in Hamburg. Getting around has never been easier.

    Details
  • tourpoi.title

    Paddle tour of the Alster canals

    If you're not afraid of the water and would like to enjoy a really super day whilst at the same time doing a bit of upper body exercise, then why not pick up a paddle and work your way down the Alster canals in a canoe. Just go to any one of the countless boat and canoe hire points on the Alster to begin your adventure.

    Details
  • tourpoi.title

    Climbing in the Schanze district

    This is where dexterity, technique and strength come together. Kilimanschanzo is an old bunker in Hamburg which has been converted into a climbing wall. This facility, right in the heart of Hamburg's Schanze district, is somewhere for children and adults alike to learn how to climb and to train. Every Sunday, the "Offenes Klettern für alle" session is an opportunity for anyone to have a go at climbing free of charge...

  • tourpoi.title

    Minigolf Stadtpark

    Mini golf in beautiful surroundings. The mini golf course is situated in Hamburg's beautiful Stadtpark and is south of the large festival grounds. Here, you can tee off every day from mid-March to mid-October to see if you can beat the course record. The course is also open in winter on dry, sunny days.

  • tourpoi.title

    Swimming at Holthusenbad

    At Holthusenbad in Eppendorf, you can swim any stroke you like in style. And after your swim you can go and relax in one of the great selection of aromatic, vitality, steam and eucalyptus baths, the various saunas and the fantastic spa area. Enjoy a day of relaxation you will not forget.

  • tourpoi.title

    Jogging around the Outer Alster.

    Regardless of whether running is just your hobby, you go jogging occasionally or you are training for marathons, Hamburg has a great selection of suitable routes for every type of runner. For example, the route around the Outer Alster which is approximately 7.6 km long is a perfect place for running in beautiful natural surroundings and during evenings. You will come across a lot of like-minded people here.

  • tourpoi.title

    Schlittschuhlaufen im Planten un Blomen

    A Garden of Eden in the centre of Hamburg and a popular meeting point for people of all ages thanks to its ice-rink.

    Details
  • Wasserski Harburg

    You can relax by the lake later on. Have fun first before relaxing later. The ski towing facility at Hamburg Harburg can pull you along at speeds of up to 60 km/h whether you're on water skis, a kneeboard, monoski or a wakeboard. It might make your arms a little longer and your legs a little heavier. Dive in with us!

Loading results...
Wait a minute, please!

Your Hamburg Tourismus Team