Think Hamburg, think harbour! Walk the tunnel, climb the masts, tour the docks and enjoy a concert. Your next stop: Landungsbrücken Piers!
Former cargo ship MS Cap San Diego is a floating museum and more. Visit the exhibits and then book a night aboard the ship!
Located beside the Elbphilharmonie concert hall, Discovery Dock provides an interactive experience of Hamburg’s port.
Not only is this ‘shipshape’ office building on the banks of the Elbe in Altona an eye-catcher, it’s also a walk-up attraction.
Every Sunday morning, the Hamburg Fish Market by the Elbe attracts thousands of visitors, night owls and early birds alike!
This former firefighter ship turned event location and hotel is anchored in the harbour next door to the spectacular Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
Like Hamburg’s Alster swans, artist Stephan Balkenhol’s floating statues reappear on the water every spring.
Looking for a river view without the tourists? Hamburg’s Holzhafen area awaits.
Hamburg's oldest standing historic warehouse is home to the IMMH — an extensive maritime exhibit in the Speicherstadt.
Shrouded in legends and myths, Klaus Störtebeker is one of the most famous figures in Hamburg's history.
Spectacular views, historic waterfront buildings and a public transport hub? Look no further than St. Pauli's Landungsbrücken.
The Tinsdal lighthouse has provided valuable services for the ships traveling down the Elbe.
This widely visible bronze monument at the fish market in St. Pauli honours men and women of all nations lost at sea.
Always free to pedestrians, the St. Pauli Elbtunnel (or Alter Elbtunnel) connects the Landungsbrücken piers with the port.
When Deutsches Hafenmuseum opens, a fully-accessible century-old four-masted barque will be its flagship.
Celebrate the 110 year anniversary of famous four-masted Peking’s launch by taking an extensive virtual tour.
A museum ship since 1983, the three-masted Rickmer Rickmers is one of Hamburg harbour’s most popular attractions.
The historic ships in Sandtorhafen bear witness to Hamburg's colourful maritime history.
A luxurious century-old steamer still goes strong while living and breathing the charm of times past.
Visit a fully operational U-434 submarine in Hamburg’s harbour to experience a trip below sea level in a Soviet warship!
Vintage ships take centre stage at Elbfest.Hamburg. Discover a maritime programme full of music, art and more.
Wedel is home to the unique Willkomm Höft, a Welcome Point for ships entering the Port of Hamburg – a must-see for anyone interested in Hamburg’s maritime culture.
The swans on the Alster lakes have a special meaning for Hamburg — so don’t you dare to insult them.