St Pauli is a worldwide known (and notorious) neighbourhood in Hamburg that I would recommend for a visit Lots of bars and restaurants.
About St. Pauli
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St. Pauli is situated on the right bank of the Elbe river, the Landungsbrücken are a northern part of the port of Hamburg. St. Pauli contains a world-famous red light district around the street Reeperbahn. It is very interesting to see it but not with...More
My wife and I went for dinner at a nice Italian restaurant followed by some beers/cocktails at some of the local bars. It was interesting and fun. We the progress to the red light area and main tourist area which was packed and a bit...More
We went on a "free" tour of St Pauli. For older, non-party folk this was a good way to hear about the past significance of the place and to see what it is now. We saw the Fish Market area as well as the Reeperbahn...More
St. Pauli is a very interesting place, especially if you are ready to party! Its proximity to the port helped it grow into an entertainment center for off-duty sailors. Sexclubs, available women and men, bars, and diversions are maxed out in the vicinity. Yes it...More
if you are a party person, that's the place for you. The whole district is one big party. People from all over the world enjoy time with each other. There is a lot of clubs and pubs to choose from. You won't be disappointed if...More
It is advertised as the Hamburg's Broadway, however, it has very little to do with Arts and far more to toxics and addicts asking for money while almost passing out on the floor. It seems very depressing and I would not go there alone after...More
We were looking for Hamburg's offering in terms of upcycling and recycling (second hand) and were guided to the "Karoviertel". It was simply amazing. Coloured walls and furniture everywhere, cool shops with friendly people, large second hand market and a fantastic atmosphere. Don't hesitate!
It is a special neighborhood. Don't be scare of panks or strangers. It is a place to calm down, relax and have a small talk. It's a region, not a single place. You can walk there and find a place to stay if you like...More
I was years ago already several times in this area. íit was more fun, more "civilized" neighbourhood as today. Bars and pubs, srip locals and sex shops - but the whole looks like it is not anymore the real amusement district.