Colorful containers, huge cargo ships and a fascinating logistic: all that can be seen at Germany’s biggest sea port in Hamburg! The best way to explore Germany’s biggest sea port is taking a boat trip on the river Elbe. Once you are on the water you will hear exciting anecdotes about history, the harbour’s logistics and lifestyle. You will also pass stops that mark the development of Hamburg as a world port city.
Some tours also take you through the more than 100-year-old UNESCO World Heritage Site and the associated warehouse complexes – the Speicherstadt.
Wilhelminian brick Gothic of the founder age, former warehouses, converted into a modern district with apartments, offices, restaurants and shops, bizarre gables and turrets, create a unique flair that no one would expect in a world port city.
What you will see
- Hamburger Landungsbrücken
- Rickmer Rickmers (ship museum)
- port of Hamburg
- fire ship
- cruise terminal
- several bridges
- container terminal of the Burchardkai
- Marco-Polo tower
Duration: min. 2 hours
The sequence of the sights can vary. Admissions according to the programme are included.