Scene, Strip and the FC

"On the Reeperbahn at half past midnight...". Almost everyone in Germany knows the song by Hans Albers and can draw a conclusion about the variety of pleasures on Hamburg's "sexy mile" (Udo Lindenberg).

The Reeperbahn, also called “Kiez" is and remains Hamburg's entertainment district number one. The theatre Operettenhaus, numerous table dance bars, nightclubs and student clubs – everything can be found on 930 meters! During the day rather quiet the street awakens at night. Thousands of people of all ages are out and about with the aim to have fun - which varies from cabaret to techno to commercial sex.

Almost every two weeks St. Pauli also becomes stronghold of football fans because of the legendary FC St. Pauli that plays its home games at Millerntorstadion on the Heiligengeistfeld.

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