Our German guide was an excellent thoughtful commicate who insights in the city are interesting and his urban planning perspective was an added bonus - recommend this cycle company.
This sightseeing bike tour is the perfect way to discover Hamburg’s most famous attractions. Traveling by bike means you get to experience the great outdoors, exercise, and see places that are harder to access by public transport. You’ll see top neighborhoods such as St. Pauli district and the modern waterfront area—HafenCity. You’ll also pass by popular landmarks such as the Rathaus, St. Michael’s Church, and the Alster Lakes.
Your exciting day in this German port city begins by meeting in the St. Pauli district. You’ll get acquainted with your bike, and then stop off at Heiligengeistfeld where you’ll see a WWII bunker and FC St. Pauli football stadium.
As you pedal along Jungfernstieg promenade, you’ll pause to look at the town hall, the warehouse district and then visit the city’s youngest district—HafenCity. Your guide will point out the concert house (Elbphilharmonie), which is one of the largest concert halls in the world.
The next stop will be St. Michael’s Church before travelling back into St. Pauli with various stops along the Red Light District area, near the Reeperbahn. The most scenic part of the journey will be the ride along the waterfront area and the Alster Lakes. The tour ends near the Reeperbahn (which means ropewalk)—the entertainment and nightlife district.
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This was a wonderful bike tour, with Phillip being our informative and funny guide. His stories were truly interesting and told in an entertaining way. Of course you can cross Hamburg by public transport, but on a bike you are way more connected to the...More
If you like cycling you should do this city tour. You go through several beautiful points. Also the guide let the tour even better because he is so nice, funny and also have an impressive knowlegde about city and his history
I especially like to take bike tours in new cities as you get to cover a lot more ground than a walking tour. We were on the English Tour with Nico. There were only 4 of us on the tour which was nice. Bikes were...More