Wax Museum


Visitors of the Hamburg Wax Museum will find figures of Goethe, Schiller, Napoleon and Winston Churchill, as well as James Dean, Elvis Presley, the Beatles, Michael Jackson, Lady Diana and other celebrities.[more]

Walk through Oevelgönne


Take a walk through one of Hamburg’s prettiest areas- Blankenese. The trail will lead us to the Elbe beach along the charming little houses of the residents. The beautiful view on the Elbe river with it's passing boats is unique...[more]



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]

Bus-Sightseeing Tour


Take a trip on the 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]

Alster Boat Trip


See the Alster with Colón. You can get to know the city from its most beautiful perspective. In addition to seeing the beautiful park, the impressive villas and the wonderful view you will also learn some interesting things about...[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 Maritimes 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]



Between 1815 and 1940 over 50 million people left Europe fort he USA, Canada, Argentina, Brasil, Australia and other countries. Most emigrants from Germany started their long journey here on the site of the museum. The museum...[more]

Hamburg City Hall


The Neo-renaissance style city hall has been the home of the Parliament and Mayor since 1897. This impressive building has a 111 metre long facade, a 112 metre high central tower and has an attractive central courtyard.[more]