Think Hamburg, think harbour! Walk the tunnel, climb the masts, tour the docks and enjoy a concert! Your next stop: Landungsbrücken Piers!
Hamburg’s main waterway, the Elbe connects the city to the North Sea. Explore this mighty river by boat, ferry or a stroll along its banks.
Every Sunday morning, the Hamburger Fischmarkt (fish market) by the Elbe river attracts thousands of visitors: night owls and early birds alike!
A former lightship turned event location and hotel is anchored in the harbour vis-à-vis the spectacular Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
Hamburg's oldest still existing historic warehouse is home to an extensive maritime exhibit.
Landungsbrücken (Piers) feature spectacular views and must-see historic waterfront buildings that double as a major public transport hub.
The historic ships, docks and tools at Sandtorhafen and in Övelgönne bear witness to Hamburg's colourful maritime history.
Former cargo ship MS Cap San Diego has been turned into a floating museum on which you can even spend the night!
The Alter Elbtunnel (Old Elbe Tunnel) connects Landungsbrücken with the port area. Cross this impressive landmark for free at all times.
A museum ship since 1983, the three-masted Rickmer Rickmers is one of Hamburg harbour’s most popular attractions.
Visit a fully operational U-434 submarine in Hamburg’s harbour and experience a trip below sea level in a Soviet warship!