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Guided tours of Hamburg

In Hamburg the port is not the only special attraction – the city has many interesting places that you should not miss during your visit. These certainly include the “Reeperbahn” (Hamburg’s red light district) in the quarter St. Pauli, the fish market, or the “Michel” (St. Michael’s Church). To get a great overview of the city, guided tours are particularly suitable as a local guide will lead you to the most interesting sights.

On guiders.de, you will find a variety of tours in Hamburg that you can book directly online. We not only offer typical guided tours but also themed tours, Segway tours and cycling tours in this Hanseatic city. If you like to be out in the fresh air, you can be sure to find a suitable activity in Hamburg. Booking should be done in advance to ensure that the tour isn’t fully booked on your desired date. In summer, the places for the most popular activities are sold out particularly quickly. Below we present some of our offers in Hamburg with more details.

City Tours of Hamburg

Do you want to explore the sights of Hamburg? Then a guided city tour is exactly what you need. The choice of tours in the city is as diverse as the city itself. If it is your first time in Hamburg, we recommend a tour of the most famous sights. Your guide will introduce you to the port, the town hall, the HafenCity and many other places of interest. For visitors who are already familiar with Hamburg, special themed tours are more suitable. For example, you can explore the St. Pauli neighbourhood by night or take a comedy tour through the city. If you are interested in history, a tour that introduces you to the life and customs of the Middle Ages may be the right choice.

Segway Tours in Hamburg

Experience a different city tour, on a Segway. Glide your way through the city centre of Hamburg with the self-balancing motorized scooter. In addition to learning interesting information at visited sights, this will also guarantee a lot of fun. Segway driving is easy to learn and offers a great alternative to the walking city tours. You move at up to 20 kilometres per hour whilst relaxing and listening to your guide’s stories.

We wish you a pleasant stay in Hamburg!