Historic Sites

Constructed during the 14th and 15th centuries, this stately brick church reflects Gothic influences, as evidenced by its massive, openwork tower. TRANSPORTATION: U1 Messberg

St. Pauli Fischmarkt

With its origins dating back to the early 18th century, this popular open-air market offers the finest in fresh seafood as well as a good variety of plants, flowers, fruits, animals, and decorative items. TRANSPORTATION: S-Bahn Reeperbahn

Airport - Ham
Rote Flora

Formerly the famous and historic Flora Theater, this building is now covered with modern graffiti art and is home to a cultural center. This site offers an interesting look at the meeting of old and new in this historic German city.

Airport - Ham

This historic building is synonymous with the culture, history and people of Hamburg. Marked by a neo-Renaissance motif, the building includes 647 rooms, which is more than those at Buckingham Palace, and is capped by an ornate clock tower. The...  Read More

St. Michaelis Kirche

This brick church, built in 1762, is among Northern Germany's loveliest Baroque-style buildings. The tower, which was added in 1786, is the church's signature feature and is also considered Hamburg's definitive symbol. Twice daily, a trumpeter...  Read More

Airport - Ham
St. Jacobi Kirche

St. James Church was built during the 14th and 15th centuries and is known for its ornate interior. Particularly noteworthy is the altarpiece depicting Luke, the Gentile physician, who wrote the "Gospel of Luke" and "Acts of the Apostles," and...  Read More