What To Expect
Throughout time, the city of Hamburg has gained and lost numerous attraction sites. But still, through the fires and rubble of wars and demolitions, it remained one of the most historical and most beautiful tourist spots in Germany.
Our first stop will be Hamburg's main landmark and the most famous church in the city, the Church of St. Michael. It is considered to be one of the finest neo-baroque church. On its lavish portal stands a majestic bronze statue of Archangel Michael conquering the devil. Its intricate architecture continues inside where there are also three magnificent organs. It also houses the impressive Millenium Bell in its carillon.
Near the church are the Grocer's Apartments (Krameramtsstuben). These buildings form the last of the 17th century courtyards of Hamburg. Arranged down the narrow alley lies small shops, galleries, restaurants, and a museum.
We continue along the canals of Hamburg to the historical merchants' buildings in the olden street of Deichstrasse. There, your tour guide will lead you to the interiors of a historic town house.
After which we will cross the "Bridge of Consolation", pass the beautifully haunting war memorial of St. Nikolai's Church, to arrive at the towering and palatial City Hall of Hamburg. Listen to some anecdotes of Hamburg's politicians and learn about traditional Hamburg customs. Marvel at the elaborate vestibule and the peaceful courtyard.
At the end of the tour you will be treated to a nice cup of tea and "Franzbroetchen", Hamburg's tasty regional pastry roll, in the ruins of a 12th century building.
Visit to St. Michael's Church, Grocer's Apartments, Deichstrasse, Hamburg City Hall
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Tips and activities
Children below 8 years old are free of charge.
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