St. Pauli Rundgang: Matrosen, Rotlicht und Glitzermeile auf der Reeperbahn
- City Walks
This two and a half hour tour focuses on the area around the Reeperbahn in the entertainment district of St. Pauli. Within sight of the FC St. Pauli stadium beginning, leads the city guide Joachim directly to the "sinful mile", which of course takes its name from Reepschlägern. But that was long ago, which is why at the beginning the question is clarified what the neighborhood and St. Pauli are for today.
As a former chief inspector of the Davidwache tells you this is your city guide firsthand.
Along the Reeperbahn it goes first to Spielbudenplatz and the "Dancing Towers". Foreign space of the live broadcasts for Euro Vision Song Contest is known. Equal vis-à-vis the look but also to "Erotica Boutique Bizarre '. In leisurely pace, it goes beyond the Spielbudenplatz. Of the Esso skyscrapers and the same famous gas station is nothing more to see. The neighborhood to be clean, so fussy, decided politician.
But the glittering world has much inertia. In "St. Funny "You see the waxworks, the performing arts district and the" Docks ", Hamburg's biggest nightclub. Then it goes to David Guard, the most famous police station in the world. Noticeably is the limit for red light and Sperrbezirk to St. Liederlich where the "girls" are.
On the Herbert Street but indeed has no street sign, it screens out. Women's access blocked. The female tour participants can look for it on the second most beautiful view of the city, after Michel, happy, before the look at a club with silk painting adheres. As the old milieu struggling for the future, it is clear at the Hans-Albers-Platz.
Interesting history and funny anecdotes, find out on the way to cult bar "to Silbersackstrasse" where since 1949 hardly anything has changed. Marvel can do this at a "Astra-tuber", ie genuine Hamburger beer.
Cult is the "crack", a cozy pub. How right next to the gang wars of the "GmbH" and the "Nutella-gang" and other well-known neighborhood greats once raged, please contact your city guide firsthand. Then it comes to Beatles Platz and Grosse Freiheit. There is the "Safari" one of two clubs in Europe, where live sex on stage may be shown.
Other stations are the "Männerstrich" and the valley road, where between several gay venues, the Salvation Army is based.
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