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Tatort Tour Unser Hamburg

Tatort Tour
© Cornelia Dietz / Unser Hamburg
Tatort Tour
© Cornelia Dietz / Unser Hamburg
Tatort Tour
© Cornelia Dietz / Unser Hamburg

Every Sunday evening, the most successful crime series in Germany keeps millions of viewers glued to their television sets. The Hanseatic city is regularly a “Tatort” as well. Embark on a search for clues at the places and story locations.

On this tour, you’ll go to the top filming locations, each one of them, and will be guided through 48 years of Hamburg TATORT-history. The starting shot will take place at Hamburg's main railway station, because a very special bench is located here. This was where a real Tatort Commissioner sat, but who? Find out with one of our chief investigators!

Our Hamburg team goes to Hamburg's city hall, which has served as a supporting actor in any number of Tatorts, polished and confident, but it is best known as a venue for a dramatic scene around Cenk Batu. Through the historical core of Hamburg's Old Town we go to an explosive location at the Hotel Renaissance.

Now we continue to the Hanseatic city’s UNESCO world cultural heritage. The historic Speicherstadt is not only a popular tourist destination, but also a versatile and often-used location for crime scenes. Through the decades, investigators often breathed down the necks of their suspects here.

From old to new, we now had for the HafenCity, the largest urban development project in Europe. The HafenCity is a filming location in almost every Commissioner Nick Tschiller Tatort. Afterwards, we relax and visit the favourite fishing spot of Commissioners Stover and Brockmüller.
Which suspect tried to escape from a Commissioner team in the U-Bahn starting at Baumwall? We find out and jump into the train ourselves to look for more traces of crime scenes on the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken. The yards from the early 19th century have been used for filming on numerous occasions and offer many backdrops - from Dock 17 to the viewing platform high above the Landungsbrücken, to the old Elbe Tunnel.

We ascend high up on the former “Hamburger Berg”, which has been known for about 190 years as a district of St. Pauli. Here at St. Pauli cavort the crooks and pimps - and the Tatort Commissioners are not far away!

Sustainable on the trail of your favorite series, thanks to our partner Unser Hamburg

The team of »Unser Hamburg is actively committed to sustainable tourism, especially by promoting social viability within city tours. Their tours were awarded the Fairtours Seal. Through the formation of smaller groups of visitors, who can explore the diverse atmospheres of the districts of Hamburg on foot the balance between the satisfaction of the tourists and the hamburgers succeeds. For example, large groups of visitors are prevented from blocking sidewalks for residents, and voice amplifiers are only used in defined areas. But sustainability also takes part in their team management. Fresh regional fruits are available to employees every day in the office, and fair working conditions with company health management are also promoted.

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With Hamburg CARD, Hamburg CARD Local, , Hamburg CARD Premium, Hamburg CARD Premium Plus or Hamburg CARD Green

Adults: 23.00 € instead of 29.00 €; Savings: 6.00 €

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Up to 30% discount at over 40 ecologically and socially sustainable partners throughout Hamburg. Optionally with public transport ticket.

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Reservation / online ticket required
Prior booking of tickets online or via telephone is mandatory.


Credit card payment possible
Debit card payment possible
Contactless payment possible

Visitor limiations

The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 15 people.

Mask requirements

Mouth and nose protection not required

Hygiene measures

A distance of 1.5 metres to other people is required.

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