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At BrigittenstraBe 3, there is a small but well-organised fan shop of FC St.Pauli. Loyal fans can spend a lot of money on a large choice of products sporting football club's logo. Be it ...
Lokstedter Grenzstrasse 2
The Hagenbecks zoo is home to countless species of animals, a tropical centre, a dolphin show, several restaurants and a beautiful recreation park. Some of the animals live in ...
Built in 1907-11, the oldest of the Elbe Tunnels links the district of St. Pauli with the island of Steinwerder. The twin tunnel is 426m long, 4.70m wide, 4.50m high and runs just ...
Perhaps the single most famous street in Germany, the Reeperbahn is full of cafes, bars and restaurants; theatres, cabarets and clubs; sex ...
ATG Alster-Touristik GmbH
If the harbor is the heart of Hamburg, then the Alster is its soul. Created by damming a tributary of the River Elbe in the 13th Century, the lake is now an integral part of the cityscape and ...
Fans of the arts are likely to make a find among the approximately 35,000 titles available at Sautter and Lackmann's bookshop. There is a large choice of non-fiction and copiously ...
Built at the end of the 19th century, the Speicherstadt is the world's largest warehouse complex. The warehouses, many of which are up to eight storeys high, are ...
At Paul & Piske in Hamburg, young designers create elegant, unconventional fashion ensembles which can easily compete with more prominent designers' pieces. Ladies can choose ...
The recently-renovated facade of Hamburg's town hall is well worth admiring, but visitors should also pop into the courtyard to admire the fabulous Hygieia Fountain ...
This complex of judicial buildings is - like the town hall -an expression of the city's self-confidence and independence. The Hamburg High Court (Oberlandesgericht), with its impressive ancient Greek-style facade ...