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We took both a walking tour and a boat tour of the Warehouse District. While the walking tour provided a view from land, it was the boat tour that really showed you how this district was built and operated. Don't miss an opportunity to take...More
It is worth a trip to Hamburg just to see the Speicherstadt. With its special conservation status, it is a major tourist attraction but somehow was not overcrowded and still emanated an ethereal feel. Perhaps it is due to the calmness of the canal waters....More
This area is very hyped on travel sites, but I'm not sure what the big deal is. We walked through it. Lots of old brick buildings with a canal running between them. The buildings don't seem that unique or special. There are tourist attractions in...More
When you want to see how it was in the old days, take a boat trip to the old store house, which they call "Speicherstadt". It worked quite easy. On one side you have the river and the channels for the boats bringing goods of...More
I walked around at night taking photos and felt very safe and met other photographers on the way. In the day time it has restaurants galleries (some free) and you can even do a boat tour through the canals from the port, sorry can’t remember...More
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Sorry, I can not remember as I did not hire that, my company did, but there are many and prices and tours are similar. There is a tourism office in the Harbor (next to the Hard Rock) were you can ask for recommendations... More
Sorry, I can not remember as I did not hire that, my company did, but there are many and prices and tours are similar. There is a tourism office in the Harbor (next to the Hard Rock) were you can ask for recommendations. Have a nice trip!