Hamburg City Pass

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The Hamburg City Pass is the all-inclusive sightseeing pass to experience the best of Hamburg: see more and pay less, travel for free (City Pass with public transport)

  • FREE ENTRY to Hamburg attractions, museums and tours
  • FREE TRAVEL on buses, trains and ferries (included in City Pass with public transport)
  • FREE BUS & BOAT TOURS Hop on Hop off Bus, Harbor Boat Cruise, Alster Boat Trip 
  • SAVE MONEY as everything is included in one low price 
  • ADDITIONAL DISCOUNTS – save up to 50 %
  • NEW: PANIK CITY – Udo Lindenbergs Multimedia Experience included

#NEW since end of may 2019: More flexible - Purchase your Hamburg City Pass with or without travelcard for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 days

What's included in the Hamburg City Pass:

Free admission to attractions and activities in Hamburg

Free admission to museums in Hamburg

Fast track entry – Priority access

Free public transport (included in Hamburg City Pass with public transport)

Hop-on-Hop-off bus tour and Harbour cruise included

Attractive discounts included

Free sights in Hamburg

All service fees included

 

Benefits of the Hamburg City Pass:

  • Free admission to museums and sights in Hamburg: Experience the Hanseatic City of Hamburg stress-free and at no extra cost. The Hamburg City Pass offers you not only reduced but free admission to the most popular Hamburg attractions and sights.
  • Optional public transport: Free travel on buses, trams and harbor ferries in Hamburg: In addition to free admission, the Hamburg City Pass allows you to use Hamburg public transport immediately and free of charge. Your pass is already your ticket and valid throughout the city, including the airport (corresponds to the AB area). When booking, choose the Hamburg City Pass with public transport.
  • Original Harbor Cruise and Alster Lake Cruise: Discover Hamburg from the water during a Harbor Cruise and Alster Lake Cruise. 
  • Hop on Hop off Bus Tour and guided tours: create your own sightseeing itinerary and hop on and off at leisure to explore the best sights of the city or discover the world-famous sinful mile on a Reeperbahn tour.
  • Everything you need to know: When you book your Hamburg City Pass, you will receive all the important information you need by e-mail from us. You will find all the details on the attractions in the ticket attachment.
  • Free shipping before departure: You will receive your Hamburg City Pass free of charge by e-mail immediately after receipt of payment.
  • Discover Hamburg, all-inclusive for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7 days: With your City Pass Hamburg everything is already paid for, you can book your pass online here without further charges.

 

Buy your flexible City Pass Hamburg conveniently online here!

Buy ONLINE now: Buy your Hamburg City Pass now online on the official Turbopass Hamburg website and print it out afterwards. You can book at short notice at any time and have the public transport with you when you arrive (if you book with public transport). We do not charge any additional service charges or fees.

Buy locally: You will find all information and details about our selling points here

 

Hamburg is one of the most popular cities in Europe - Discover the sights with the Hamburg City Pass

One of the best things about a Hamburg City
Pass is just how easy it is! It has been designed to save you time and money
by taking the stress out of
sightseeing, so you won’t have to stand in line to pay for individual admission fees to top attractions and tours in Hamburg – they are already included in the price of the package. Here are some of the things you can enjoy with a Hamburg City Pass, to create your own itinerary. 

For the best views of Hamburg, you can’t miss an opportunity to climb up St. Michaelis Tower (also called Michel by locals) for a panoramic view at 106m high, overlooking the city, harbor, the Kiez and Alster Lake. It’s one of Hamburg’s most historic landmarks and one of the city’s top attractions, so if you want to learn more about the heritage of this church, you can download the free MichelApp, too. If the 453 steps up sound like a challenge – don’t worry, there’s an elevator! Hamburg is also famous for its harbor and you can learn about the lives of the old merchants and sailors who used to work in this busy port at many of the city’s museums, including the Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte, the Ware House District Museum (Speicherstadtmuseum), the International Maritime Museum (Internationales Maritimes Museum), and the ship museum in the Rickmer Rickmers in the Port of Hamburg. A great way to get real, first-hand experience of the city is on one of the many tours included in your Hamburg City Pass. A popular way to explore the city is by Hop on Hop off Bus where you’ll be driven around the famous sights and Hamburg attractions, or you can take to the water with a free Harbor Boat Cruise to enjoy the landmarks from a different perspective. Visit the Elbphilharmonic, Hamburg's most expensive landmark, on a guided Elbphilharmonic tour. Get without waiting for a ticket directly to the Plaza, where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the harbor and Hafencity of Hamburg. The Alster Lake is another of Hamburg’s most iconic and picturesque areas where you can enjoy a free round-trip boat ride around the Inner Alster Lake (Binnenalster) and the Outer Alster Lake (Außenalster) to take in the sights from the comfort of your seat. The City Pass also includes a 2-hour guided tour around the Kiez where you can get a real feel for this famous Hamburg district and listen to stories of the raucous red-light district while enjoying a fantastic view of the Reeperbahn – with a free drink in your hand – from a loft bar. If you have kids, take them to meet their idols and visit the life-like wax figures of famous celebrities in the Panoptikum Wax Museum (Wachsfigurenkabinett Panoptikum), or visit the Prototype Car Museum (Prototyp Museum in der Hafencity) for some rare car collectibles. For those into their history, Hamburg has a handful of great museums, such as the Museum of Labor (Museum der Arbeit), the internationally renowned Ethnological Museum Hamburg - Cultures and Nations of the World (Völkerkundemuseum), the Art & Culture Museum (Altonaer Museum), and the Jenisch Haus, located in a beautiful villa in the Elbe Parc – all completely free with your Hamburg City Pass!

There’s no limit to how many attractions you visit, you can see them all and enjoy every tour included in the Hamburg City Pass. The Hamburg City Pass with public transport also includes a free Hamburg Travelcard to get from A to B with ease on the public transport network (HVV), including all trains (both the S & U-Bahn lines), buses, and boats, as well as transport to and from the airport! 

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