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AIDA Feuerwerk Hafengeburtstag
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AIDA Feuerwerk Hafengeburtstag
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AIDA Feuerwerk Hafengeburtstag
© Hamburg Messe und Congress / Nicolas Maack
AIDA Feuerwerk Hafengeburtstag
© Hamburg Messe und Congress / Nicolas Maack
AIDA Feuerwerk Hafengeburtstag
© Hamburg Messe und Congress / Nicolas Maack

The Big Fireworks

Fireworks spectacle at the Elbe river

The Big Fireworks are a real highlight of the HAMBURG PORT ANNIVERSARY. Watching the fireworks from the right spot somewhere along the Elbe with the most breathtaking and fascinating view is surely an experience to remember.

Anyone who wants to enjoy a good view of the Big Fireworks during the HAMBURG PORT ANNIVERSARY should not be late. There are many great places around the harbour and the Elbe, but the spectacular fireworks on Saturday evening are a very popular attraction.

The main attraction is the colourful Hafenmeile along the Landungsbrücken. This is the right place if you want to find yourself right in the middle of the hustle and bustle. With its many delicious snacks, concerts and attractions, the Hafenmeile also invites you to indulge in feasting and strolling.  If you prefer it a little quieter, then the Fischmarkt or the Elbe is the right place for you. Alternatively, you can also watch the colourful spectacle from the water.

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Discover now the biggest harbour festival in the world! All dates of the programme Detailed information and background Tips & recommendations for the port anniversary in Hamburg.

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The Landungsbrücken

The Landungsbrücken are Hamburg's floating jetty and starting point for numerous harbour tours and ferries.

The Landungsbrücken
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CITY AREA PORTRAIT St. Pauli, the Harbour & the Reeperbahn

At Hamburg’s city coast, the Elbe and the harbour, you can just sit down and watch as ships, ferries and tugs pass by and enjoy the strong sea breeze. A few hundred meters away you can experience Hamburg’s world-famous “sinful mile” – the Reeperbahn.

St. Pauli, the Harbour & the Reeperbahn

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© Hamburg Messe und Congress / Romanus Fuhrmann

Framework program with music, food and stands Bunte Hafenmeile

Between Landungsbrücken and Baumwall, a colourful hustle and bustle awaits you again this year as part of the harbour birthday celebrations. The Bunte Hafenmeile offers musical stage acts, delicious food and colourful rides.

Bunte Hafenmeile
Große Einlaufparade
© Hamburg Messe und Congress / Nicolas Maack

Reception of the ships for the HAMBURG PORT ANNIVERSARY The Tall Ship Parade on Friday

Every year, the big entrance parade is the beginning of the biggest harbour festival in the world, the HAMBURG PORT ANNIVERSARY. More than 300 ships sail along the Elbe towards the harbour. An impressive spectacle for young and old sailors.

The Tall Ship Parade on Friday
Große Auslaufparade
© Hamburg Messe und Congress / Michael Zapf

Farewell of the ships from the HAMBURG PORT ANNIVERSARY The Tall Ship Parade on Sunday

Even the biggest harbour festival in the world comes to an end. The closing event of the HAMBURG PORT ANNIVERSARY is the big sailing parade on the Elbe. The numerous ships then bid farewell to the port of Hamburg.

The Tall Ship Parade on Sunday

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