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Entertainment in the port

Experiences against a special scenery

In the past, people mainly worked in the port, but today there are also all kinds of things to see, try out and experience. The Elbe, ships and containers provide a picturesque backdrop for sightseeing, concerts - in the open air like Elbjazz or under a roof like the Elbphilharmonie - and festivals like Hafengeburtstag and the Harbour Front Literature Festival.

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JETZT ENTDECKEN Maritime Hamburg

Internationales Maritimes Museum
© Elbe und Flut

Maritime history up close Maritime museums

In Hamburg's maritime museums you can follow the traces of the Hanseatic city. When was the second largest port in Europe founded? What role did the Hanseatic League play in Hamburg's development? How many bricks does the Chilehaus actually consist of? You can find answers to these questions and more here!

Maritime museums
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From adventures at sea Museum ships

Whether they were sailing the world's oceans or always cruising close to their home port - the museum ships anchored in Hamburg could all tell stories of adventures on the high seas.

Museum ships
© mediaserver.hamburg.de / Jörg Modrow

Shipping & Cruises

Experience the metropolis on the Elbe before or after your cruise or just watch the ships. Be there live and up close when the most amazing cruise ships arrive at Hamburg's cruise terminals.

Shipping & Cruises

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