The Hanseatic City of Bremen was founded more than 1,000 years ago. We will be taking the train to Bremen to view the historical old city. There are many interesting sights such as the Bremen City Hall (since 2004 a World...[more]

Museum of Work


Visit the Museum of work with Colón. Learn how industrialization changed the work and daily lives of people 150 years ago and the consequences of this change for society and nature.[more]

Bus-Sightseeing Tour


Take a trip on the red double-decker bus from the Hamburg Tourism Authority. The ride lasts about 1 ¾ hours and takes you through the most attractive and interesting parts of Hamburg.[more]



Lübeck is unique- The city was declared a heritage site by UNESCO in 1987. The water enclosed old city with its 1800 listed buildings, narrow alleys and windy streets is not only pretty to look at but also a living city with...[more]

Walk through Blankenese


Take a walk through one of Hamburg’s prettiest areas- Blankenese. From the hill enjoy the wonderful view of the river and the passing ship traffic. Then the famous Treppenviertel(stair quarter) with its winding alleys and...[more]



Schwerin is the oldest city in Mecklenburg. It lies in a picturesque setting between forests and lakes. The town was the residence of the King of Mecklenburg until 1918. The Schwerin Castle is on an island in the Lake Schwerin....[more]

Speicherstadt & Harbour-City


In the south of Hamburg you will find the free port with its old warehouses (the world’s largest complex). Here you will find an idyllic place you would not expect: old buildings with unusual construction which fall are reflected...[more]



The island Sylt lies about 200 kms northwest from Hamburg. It is also called „The queen of the North Sea “. Like no other German island it owns wonderful long sand beaches, wide dunes andh heath sceneries.[more]



Visit the Holsten-Brewery with Colón. You will see a film about the development of the brewery, the modern plant and the filling plant. Afterwards you may, of course, test a Holsten light lunch.[more]

Internationales Maritime Museum


Hamburg’s newest tourist attraction offers a huge selection of ship models, paintings, nautical equipment, uniforms, weapons, porcelain and silver item and an extensive archive spread over a floor space of 12,000 m² and 10...[more]