Discover steeples, narrow stairways and stunning views! Places of worship shaped Hamburg's skyline and people for centuries.
The 'Michel' is Hamburg's largest church and one of the city's must-see sights. Its bell tower offers a stunning view over the city.
The ruins of this church, bombed by Allied forces during Operation Gomorrah in 1943, now house a WWII memorial and museum.
Hamburg's oldest church also has the city's highest accessible viewing platform. At 123 metres, you'll be treated to a panoramic view.
This striking church dates back to the 13th century and has a steeple among the highest and most beautiful in the city.
St. Jacobi is one of the five major protestant churches in Hamburg. Pay a visit for recitals, an impressive organ or stunning art treasures.
More than 100 churches in and around Hamburg open their doors to the public, offering festive insight into the city's various communities.