Discover Hamburg from the comfort of your own home. Exciting, interactive online tours, peppered with photos, maps, videos, poems, music and qualified, informative moderation make this Zoom event an entertaining and enjoyable experience.
With years of experience in adult education and regular interaction with tour groups, StreamingOf.Hamburg is prepared to make online tours interactive and entertaining - including a guessing game à la "Dalli-Klick". During the online tours, which last about two hours, there is a break for an exchange of views. During this break, questions and impressions of all participants can be discussed - just like on real tours.
Andreas Kowalski will guide you safely and comfortably on the following online tours:
- Grindelviertel, Neustadt, Harvestehude - Jewish Hamburg
In 2021, Germany celebrated 1,700 years of Jewish life. As the city with the largest Jewish population in Germany in the past, there is still much to discover about Jewish history - and especially the present - in Hamburg today. Whether Talmud Torah School, Hohe Weide Synagogue, Rolf Liebermann Studio, Bornplatz Synagogue or other vanished temples: Jewish Hamburg is alive!
- From Deichstraße to the Elbphilharmonie - the merchant city of Hamburg
Civic cultural life and international trade have long shaped Hamburg. Deichstraße, Speicherstadt (UNESCO World Heritage Site), HafenCity with Elbphilharmonie: comparisons with other (port) cities reinforce Hamburg's importance as a merchant city.
- New splendour in old warehouses - HafenCity Hamburg
Once a transshipment point for duty-free goods, today home to modern buildings. Deichtorhallen, Oberhafenquartier, canals and barges, customs house, harbour office - a tour of contrasts that unfolds its own romanticism.
- Pilots, tugboat captains, mooring personnel - the Port of Hamburg
Workplace for about 150,000 people: Who is involved in sailing in, mooring, loading and unloading? From the German Bight up the Elbe to Hamburg you will learn everything about the Port of Hamburg.
- Idyll on the Elbe - Hamburg Blankenese
Wolfgang Borchert already described life in Hamburg Blankenese as "in the middle of it all". Stroll online along picturesque stairways, listen to stories about pilots, captains and fishermen and gain an insight into Blankenese traditions.
- People-animals-sensations - the Schanzenviertel Hamburg
A district of change - like no other in Hamburg. Schanzenpark, Sternschanze station, Fleischgroßmarkt, Schulterblatt, "Rote Flora" - get to know the district!