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Hamburg: Private 75-Minute Tour of St. Pauli

1. Hamburg: Private 75-Minute Tour of St. Pauli

Explore Germany’s most famous red light district on this tour through St. Pauli in Hamburg. Learn more about the sailors and call girls who are traditionally associated with St. Pauli. Aside from the usual clichés, discover how a residential area is integrated into the district and the rules it follows. The tour starts at Millerntorplatz by the beginning of the Reeperbahn, and takes you to the harbor side. Here you can enjoy the spectacular views of the Port of Hamburg. Follow in the footsteps of sailors to Davidstrasse and the Reeperbahn, where you’ll learn about the background of prostitution. Next, visit Hans-Albers-Platz and the Grosse Freiheit. At the end of the tour you’ll reach the original fish shop "Kleine Haie, Grosse Fische" (Small Sharks, Big Fish), where you can taste a typical fish sandwich.

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Hamburg: St. Pauli 1.5-Hour Tour

2. Hamburg: St. Pauli 1.5-Hour Tour

After a brief introduction in front of the Davidwache police station, discover the history of the district with historical photos and original sources. This is followed by a tour of the historical places, where you can compare the past with today. The tour takes you to Davidstrasse, Hans-Albers-Platz, St. Pauli Church, Beatles-Platz, and the Grosse Freiheit. You’ll also discover lesser-known corners of St. Pauli. The tour guides are mostly local residents who know their neighborhood very well and love telling you all about it. This tour provides an introduction to the many sides of the district in 1 hour. The small group size (2-12 people) ensures that you get a personal tour and have the chance to ask the guide as many questions as you like.

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Hamburg: Bus Tour and Guided Reeperbahn Tour Combo

3. Hamburg: Bus Tour and Guided Reeperbahn Tour Combo

See the sights of Hamburg aboard a double decker bus, including the new Elbphilharmonie concert hall. Avail of 15 different stops to hop-on and off at leisure throughout the day to get a fully immersive experience. Then, make your way to the Reeperbahn in the evening and take a guided walking tour of the infamous Red Light District in St. Pauli. Learn more about the attractions of the Herbertstraße and see the Davidwache police station, famous from numerous movies and TV series. Explore the Große Freiheit, where The Beatles played in the 1960s. Benefit from the flexibility to take each tour on different days if you prefer for maximum convenience. You get 15 stops to hop-on or hop-off the bus. 01: Kirchenallee (Hauptbahnhof) 02: Marco-Polo-Terasse (Hafencity) 03: Kehrwiederspitze (Speicherstadt) 04: Landungsbrücken 05: Reeperbahn 06: Landungsbrücken (S-Bahn) 07: St. Michaeliskirche (Michel) 08: Rathaus (Reesendamm/ gegenüber Rathaus) 09: Gänsemarkt 10: Rathaus (Reesendamm, Rathausseite) 11: Gerhardt-Hauptmann-Platz 12: Kirchenallee (Hbf Ostseite) 13: Holzdamm (Hotel Atlantic) 14: Schöne Aussicht (Alster) 15: Alsterperle  

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Hamburg: St. Pauli Tour of the Reeperbahn

4. Hamburg: St. Pauli Tour of the Reeperbahn

Discover the world of contrasts in Hamburg. Experience what is on the one hand the "most sinful mile in the world." Yet on the other, is a multi-faceted district with a colorful mix of entertainment and culture, of gastronomy and bars and the hippest nightclubs, from fast food to gourmet restaurants, from the flophouses to luxury hotels. The best way to immerse yourself in this world is to join a Reeperbahn tour in a small group, led by St. Pauli insiders. This district is so full of incredible stories and anecdotes that a tours can't avoid telling such great tales. Get recommendations for clubs and restaurants as well as establishments in which the "customers" are treated well rather than dragged over the table. As a tourist location like St.Pauli attracts many interesting characters, learn how to take the proper precautions, lest you end up at another famous institution at the end of the evening: the Davidwache, Germany's most famous police station. Enjoy the highlights of St. Pauli and see the Tanzenden Türme (Dancing Towers), the Große Freiheit area, the Spielbuden Square, the Hamburger Berg area, and much more.

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Reeperbahn Walking Tour with St. Pauli Local

5. Reeperbahn Walking Tour with St. Pauli Local

Join your guide, a so-called Kiezbulle - a tall, broad shouldered, humourous local lad. The tour starts with a Zündkerze - welcome drink at the top of the Reeperbahn. Here you will learn about the history and origin of this famous area. Then you continue towards the red light district: go through Spielbudenplatz, Davidwache and Herbertstraße. Learn about life in the Kiez and its rules. Listen to both dark and funny anecdotes. The combination of multi-cultural individualists from all walks of life makes for an interesting mix of stories. Head on through the so-called Sadomaso street, past street prostitution and the bar Ritze. You will walk along the “Große Freiheit”, continue to the Hamburger Berg and back onto the Reeperbahn where your tour ends.

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Hamburg: St. Pauli by Day

6. Hamburg: St. Pauli by Day

Get information about Hamburg's most thriving nightspot, St. Pauli, during daylight. You will be taken by your guide on a trip spanning through earlier times all the way to the present. Your guide will lead you through the time periods, explaining to you exactly what made St. Pauli. Starting from the St. Pauli floating dock, you will walk directly toward Davidstrasse. Here you will receive information to one of the most famous police stations in Germany, the "Davidwache". Just around the corner from Davidwache, you will find the infamous street of Herbertstrasse, linked to prostitution and crime like no other street in the country. See the Hans-Albers-Platz, also known as the "Hamburger Bermuda Triangle", and conclude with a visit to the "Große Freiheit". That's the way St. Pauli is today, a spot for people to have fun, dance and drink.

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Reeperbahn: Private Tour

7. Reeperbahn: Private Tour

Get to know the Hamburg Reeperbahn on this individual red light tour. Learn everything you need to know about the most sinful mile in the world in a humorous way. What does a prostitute earn on the famous Herbertstraße? Where exactly did the Beatles become known? And much more interesting information is waiting for you! Start your tour at the Hard Rock Cafe and stroll through St. Pauli to the Reeperbahn. There you will find the Herbertstraße, which only the men are allowed to walk along, the most famous police station, the Davidwache or the Große Freiheit where red light and party mile are united. Enjoy the unique flair and experience what makes the famous Reeperbahn so special on a private Kiez tour. The tour guides are only there for your private group (max. 25 persons per group), no matter whether you come to Hamburg as a family, company, sports club or another community. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator

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What people are saying about Davidwache Police Station

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 193 reviews

Matze made the tour very interesting, a lot of background knowledge about the history of the Reeperbahn and the individual locations ... Starclub, Ritze, Schmidts Theater, Davidwache etc. he showed us the connections between today's problems on the Reeperbahn and their possible solution strategies. Matze is an entertainer who flew by almost 2.5 hours in the sometimes heavier rain, because he conveyed everything to us in an exciting and entertaining way. It was not my last Reeperbahntour with Matze, who is a very warm and sincere Hamburg boy is ... we'd love to come back .....

Super cool and fun tour, highly recommended. Perfect mix of entertainment and information. Our tour guide Eddi was super personable, authentic and entertaining. We would be there again anytime! Sabrina & Steffi

I would be happy to recommend this tour. The meeting point at the Davidwache is great, then the Kiez Museum is ideal as an introduction. The competent and entertaining tour gave us a very good insight.

TOP, Eddi, was a really great guide who showed our group the neighborhood in a very clear way ... thank you

Very informative

Alexander inspired us with his knowledge of the scene. We can only recommend this tour.