The Hanseatic City on the Elbe River has the second largest sea port in Europe and, thus, there is a distinct marine atmosphere. During one of the most popular boat tours, the visitors could almost touch anything in and around the water. The visitors can closely experience the impressive dimensions of the ships and their cargoes. The fish market, which each Sunday attracts early birds and night owls with live music at the fish auction hall and with the incomparable market criers, is a unique experience.
The protected Speicherstadt, a cultural heritage site, with its neo-Gothic warehouses, which at present is, among other things, a home of the famous Miniaturwunderland (Miniature Wonderland), is a symbolic landmark of Hamburg. Children and adults can admire at the landscapes of toy railway worlds made with love. In spite of its ill fame for its night life, Reeperbahn Boulevard is also well-known – life starts there not earlier than sunset. It is the central street of St. Pauli, the entertainment district of red-lights, which fascinates with its motley mix of bars, discos and nightclubs, as well as theatres and musicals. The comfortable buses of Deutsche Touring will drive you to the Elbe metropolis inexpensively, quickly and safely.