25,000 heritage listed objects pay tribute to a millenium of history: Spot notorious pirates, famous composers and the world's biggest band!
Five life-sized silhouettes pose proudly in front of the Große Freiheit street, where the Beatles rose to international stardom in the 1960s.
On the grounds of a former concentration camp, the Neuengamme Memorial in Bergedorf informs visitors about the history of the Third Reich.
St. Nikolai church was destroyed in 1943. Its ruins host a WWII memorial and museum. The spire offers panoramic views over the city.
The Stolpersteine art project honours the lives of thousands of victims of the Nazi regime. These stones can be found all over the city.
‘Hummel, Hummel!’ ‘Mors, Mors!’ is the most popular salute in Hamburg. Unveil the secret of Hamburg’s mysterious saying.