Northeast of the landing piers, the St Michaeliskirche, or ‘Der Michel’ as it’s commonly called, is one of Hamburg’s most recognisable...
Hamburg’s Great Fire of 1842 broke out in Deichstrasse, which features a few restored 18th-century homes, most now housing restaurants....
At the eastern end of one of Hamburg's liveliest and most multicultural eat streets, the best way to experience a feast at this...
Lonely Planet review
In an alley off Krayenkamp 10 are the Krameramtswohnungen, a row of tiny half-timbered houses from the 17th century that, for nearly 200 years, were almshouses for the widows of members of the Guild of Small Shopkeepers. Today they house shops and restaurants, plus a little summer-only museum.