The city has more to offer than the port, shopping, museums and musicals. Come take a walk on Hamburg's alternative side!
Experience Hamburg's diverse culture and community spirit. The tour runs on a pay-what-you-like basis.
Gängeviertel, once a living quarter with narrow and winding streets, is today a proud creative space for music, exhibitions and art.
Find designer and vintage fashion and meet the in-crowd at the hip cafés along Marktstrasse — only a short walk from Schanzenviertel.
Historic headstones and family mausoleums surrounded by botanical beauty await you at the world's largest cemetery park.
Plastic palm trees, a grassy magic carpet, a revolutionary spirit and a stunning view of the port — welcome to the city's quirkiest park.
An eyesore to some, a symbol of freedom to others. Read all about the tumultuous history of this cultural centre on Schulterblatt.
In Hamburg's hip 'Schanze' area, these restored industrial buildings now host a unique mix of gastronomy, art and innovation.
Schanzenviertel hosts boutiques, bars, restaurants and cafés, all with a quirky vibe by day and a cool alternative atmosphere by night.
The enormous WWII bunker on Feldstrasse hosts all kinds of music events, and there are plans for a massive rooftop garden.
This colourful street parallel to the harbour has a long history of protest and activism.