Hamburg - made for walking

Experience Hamburg while enjoying a guided walk full of interesting stories about historic events and contemporary Hamburg. and interesting stories.


The walking season lasts from 1st April until 31st October. The tours begin at 4.00 p.m on weekdays and 2.30pm on Saturdays at 2.30 p.m. The duration is about two hours. You do not have to reserve in advance. Just turn up at the start point as indicated. Current options are available by phoning +49/ 40/ 6 01 84 80 (German tape announcement). You can also contact the Hamburg tourist office upon arrival. Hotel 'front desk' will also have data.

The most popular city walks


Typical Hamburg: The grand houses of Hamburg's traders. An important part of the town's historic background!
Dates: every Monday; Start at Kaufhof, Mönckebergstraße

Speicherstadt and Hafencity
The century-old Speicherstadt is located in the Free Port between the Deichtorhallen and Baumwall and is the world's oldest warehouse complex. Built at the turn of the century in red brick, typical of northern Germany, with gabled roofs and small towers, which are beautifully reflected in the canals they border. Today, as in bygone days, wares from the world over - coffee, tea, cocoa, spices, tobacco, computers and Oriental rugs - are stacked in these storerooms. Also a quick view of the HafenCity.
Dates: every Tuesday; Start U-Station Baumwall, exit Speicherstadt.



Historical Whore Tour - I kid you not!!!


An unusual walk through the red light district, for which this city is 'famous' for. Learn about the fascinating history of prostitution, whores, pimps and love for sale. Your guide is dressed as the “Whore Magdalena” from the 19th century. Your tour includes - "If you dare" - Whore-Schnaps!

Only by appointment.

Tel: +49/1805- 125 225 (0,12 € per minute within Germany)