Offers a range of rental bikes (including helmets and locks), as well as tours. The three-hour tour is a great introduction to the city....
Dialog Im Dunkeln
Hour-long, pitch-black journey with a blind guide through recreated natural and urban landscapes, giving you a memorable impression of...
Two grandly restored brick market halls built in 1911 and 1913 respectively, are home to high-profile special exhibitions of modern art...
This intimate, galleried venue with a central stage is fond of cutting-edge adaptations of classics and cinema (for example, from...
Top regional ingredients are used in fresh lunches served in a casual setting. There are vegetarian soups and salads plus sandwiches...
Fischertwiete 2 · interesting places nearby
One of Hamburg's most beautiful buildings is the crowning gem of the new Unesco-annointed Kontorhaus District. The brown-brick 1924 Chilehaus is shaped like an ocean liner, with remarkable curved walls meeting in the shape of a ship’s bow and staggered balconies that look like decks.
Designed by architect Fritz Höger for a merchant who derived his wealth from trading with Chile, the building is a leading example of German expressionist architecture. It’s situated alongside other so-called ‘Backsteingotik’ buildings (Backstein refers to a specially glazed brick; gotik means ‘Gothic’) in the Kontorhaus District, which was one of Europe's first purpose-built office building developments. Note the stylistically similar 1927 Spinkenhof building is across the street.