In an alley off Krayenkamp 10 are the Krameramtswohnungen, a row of tiny half-timbered houses from the 17th century that, for nearly...
Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte
Hamburg's history museum has lots of kid-friendly features: it's chock-full of intricate ship models, has a large model train set (which...
The 1886 three-masted steel windjammer Rickmer Rickmers is now a museum ship; from the restaurant on deck you have fine harbour views.
At the eastern end of one of Hamburg's liveliest and most multicultural eat streets, the best way to experience a feast at this...
St Michaeliskirche information
Northeast of the landing piers, the St Michaeliskirche, or ‘Der Michel’ as it’s commonly called, is one of Hamburg’s most recognisable landmarks and northern Germany’s largest Protestant baroque church. Ascending the tower (by steps or lift) rewards with great panoramas across the canals. The crypt has an engaging exhibit on the city's history.