History meets Modern Age: During this tour you will explore the old warehouses and Hamburg's brand new district - HafenCity !
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Interesting Tour! Le guide parlait aussi français.
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All ok thanks!!!
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The tour starts at the subway station Baumwall and leads us through the historic district to the modern Harbour City.
We walk over the canal that formerly separated the city of Hamburg and the free port area and learn about Hamburg's status as a free port city that lasted over 800 years.
We enjoy the charm of the canals which run between the warehouses and learn about the different occupations that were needed to operate this dense district and its trade.
How has time changed things here? How are the buildings being used today? Are goods from exotic places still being stored here? How did the age of container ships influence this area?
Walk over the time line and look into the 21st century modern world of the harbour city, Hamburg's most ambitious architectural project. But here and there you will still find some protected old buildings.
Let us show you the most interesting places, among them a roof top school yard and the award winning Unilever building right at the water front, with views of the buzzing modern harbour.
Start times can be individually accomodated according to your schedule.
Please observe the weather and wear 'Hamburg proof' clothing.
Live guide in your language
Subway station Baumwall U3 (yellow line), exit: Kehrwiederspitze
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