Excursions with experienced guides in Hamburg

For centuries, Hamburg was a free city of sailors and merchants who did not obey any king, and its rich history, about which guides willingly tell, gave the city a unique appearance. Hamburg, the second largest city of Germany, has its own crest, its own anthem and its own character: you can feel it on the first sightseeing tour of the historic centre.

What to look at

  • City Hall. It instantly attracts attention with its graceful architecture, azure roof and huge clock;
  • Port. Individual excursion to it in English can be considered obligatory;
  • Miniatur Wunderland. You will see hundreds of models of trains and other means of transportation;
  • Churches. The most famous of them, the St. Michael's Church, has become one of the symbols of the city thanks to its 132-meter spire;
  • Hamburger Kunsthalle. Its collection of paintings and engravings is so large that it required two buildings;
  • Chilehaus. Looking at this masterpiece of expressionism, it is impossible to believe that the building was originally used as a warehouse for goods;
  • Rickmer Rickmers sailing ship. Once she sailed the oceans, and today she reminds us of Hamburg's glorious maritime traditions.

Among the museums, in addition to the Kunsthalle, a special attention should be paid to the Maritime Museum, the Hamburg History Museum and the Chocolate Museum deserve special mention, and among the fortifications – to the Bergedorf Castle, built in the 13th century. You can also visit them yourself, but it is better to order an excursion with a private guide. Any tours at reasonable prices both in and around Hamburg can be found on the Excurzilla portal.

Available tours in other cities: Rüdesheim am Rhein, Bamberg, Dortmund, Muenchen, Dresden, Frankfurt, Koeln, Berchtesgaden, Leipzig, Bremen, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Nuremberg, Lübeck, Potsdam, Duesseldorf, Heidelberg, Berlin

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