Hamburg Harbor

Built in 1189, Hamburg Harbor is not just a seaport, it’s the symbol of the Hamburg “The gateway to the World”

Emily Allen

Photo credit: Emily Allen

Located on the river Elbe of Hamburg, the port offers many interesting tours along the river’s canal through the Alster and Speicherstadt, departing from Landungsbrücken.

By taking a boat tour, you will see the city from a new and different perceptive. Expect a very peaceful atmosphere, magnificent views, and pleasurable tours. Watching the beautiful architecture of the buildings (Some dating back from the 19th century and others are modern) is an amazing experience that shouldn’t be missed.

The Harbour is known as the Gateway to Germany, and it is indeed. Spreading over an area of 100 sq km, this large harbour is the second busiest port in Europe.