Hamburg City Pass

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"Hamburg City Pass - uncomplicated processes"

5

We had the City Pass in Hamburg (2 adults and 2 children) and everything worked smoothly. The main sights or attractions were all included. The settlement on site very uncomplicated and also the public transport included was great. In addition, one also visits things that one would not necessarily do otherwise and then is often very excited about exactly these things. Immediately again!

, 07/2018
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"Great thing!"

5

I booked the Turbo Pass for the second time for my HH visit and was very satisfied again. Everything worked really well, no matter if booking the Reeperbahn tour, the free travel on public transport, or the free entries. You save a lot of time and money if you want to see and experience a lot.

. from Leipziger Land, 07/2018
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"Many nice experiences"

5

A lot of time and money saved thanks to Turbo Pass. Recommended for those who are willing to spend a lot of time on one, two, ... day (s).

, 07/2018
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"Great offer"

5

The Turbo Pass is perfect for those who want to see a lot. You can save a lot of money and even dungeon time! You have to queue to get the ticket, but then you can go in to the next possible entry. Through the pass, it was possible for me to see harbor tour, Hop on Hop off and Alster ride Hsmburg from different angles and have learned a lot.

. from Hanau, 07/2018
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"Fantastic Hamburg stay"

5

We got to know and love Hamburg!

. from Lünen, 07/2018
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"Mammoth program thanks to the Hamburg City Pass"

5

It was my first visit to Hamburg and certainly not my last. What a city! I do not know if it is still a secret, but if you really want to eat Italian, then here: Mimo's Trattoria Italia in Seilerstrasse 59 on St.Pauli

. from Ilmenau, 07/2018
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"Wonderful Hamburg"

5

, 07/2018
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"Makes many things easy for a low price"

5

. from Olpe, 07/2018
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"Hamburg"

5

Hamburg

. from Bucharest, 07/2018
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"Super helpful and worthwhile!"

5

Super helpful and worthwhile!

, 07/2018
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"Hamburg with City Pass. a great experience"

5

My expectations were far exceeded, no matter where we went, friendly people who were happy to be traveling with the City Pass. Gigantic is the view from the "Michel" over the whole city. The Nicolai Church a memorial for all hopefully that such a thing must never happen again and the inland and Außenalster a gigantic experience in the sunshine. The Elbphilharmonie viewed from the water even more fantastic, than from the countryside.

. from Lörrach, 07/2018

"Great experience for one day!"

5

I started my travel from Groningen, the Netherlands 4am in the morning and arrived at Hamburg central bus station around 8am. I knew I wanted to check out the morning scene from one of the churches so I took the bus straight to St. Michaels. It was an awesome place. The interior of the church was designed beautifully and very well maintained. It was a visit on Saturday morning so there wasn't any congregation when it opened. The beautiful music of the pipe organs (4 of them) were lovely. Don't forget to install the St Michaels mobile application that gives you insightful information. I didn't walk up the stairs to the bell tower but if you have the energy you should definitely try! The elevator takes only 10~20 seconds. The view is incredible in the morning and I still remember how lovely the city is built around the harbour. I had to pay a few more euros to take a look at the crypt in the basement. If you're interested in how the church was used basically as a cemetery and how the funds for public cemetery was used for building the church up the visit down stairs would be worth it. Afterwards I wanted to check out the haunted house (approximately ~20 minute south east of the church) but the english version starts at 10:00 am. Try to visit the church in 45 minutes (I think it opens at 9:00am) and then take an uber or bus to the haunted house for the English version. I didn't get to do most of the tours as they require a 24 hour prior reservation. PLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS AFTER PURCHASING THE CITY PASS 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE EVENT YOU WANT TO GO TO. I then visited the philharmonic building, which was beautiful but was filled with too many people. The view from the philharmonic building is great also and offers a closer view of the harbour compared to the bell tower view from the churches. Afterwards I did the harbour tour. Well worth the 1:00 hour explanation of the evolution of Hamburg mostly regarding the harbour area in addition to explanation of shipyards and the businesses related to the harbour. Lastly, I spent my time in the maritime museum. The museum is huge and provides so much information regarding everything about everything related to maritime things. I will definitely visit the museum again. I didn't get to try any original Hamburg cuisine but would be interested the next time I get a 2 or 3 day pass. Hope this was useful! Have fun!

, 07/2018
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"was worth it"

5

The Turbo Pass for Hamburg was worth it, everything we claimed was available without any problems.

. from Oberkochen, 07/2018
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"Citypass for active tourists"

5

Luigi in the Portugese district is a real insider tip for a very special Italian. We can highly recommend the Elfi or Kitz tour with JULE.

. from Wien, 07/2018
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"Sightseeing and much more!"

5

The Hamburg CIty Pass is just right if you want to do as much as possible in Hamburg, but still want to remain flexible! There is simply something for everyone;) To relax, just take a bus tour or explore the harbor by boat. The tours are highly recommended!

. from Tübingen, 07/2018
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"Recommended - everything works as promised"

5

Highly recommended. All contacts, all stations are correct and work smoothly. When using several sightseeing opportunities, it is also a cost advantage that is not without. Had the 5 days pass and managed to visit a lot. The included attractions are also almost all very interesting. Bravo.

. from Salzburg, 07/2018
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"Experience Hamburg with Turbopass"

5

We were 3 days in Hamburg and for a day the turbo pass used to explore the city. We did not know the Turbo Pass in advance and were a bit skeptical at first. But in retrospect, we are very happy to have booked this in advance. First with the Hoper bus a tour through Hamburg and on the hand of the map everything marked, what you absolutely want to see and must. With the ticket you get a lot of benefits and also many free entries! There were great days in Hamburg ...

. from Brehna, 07/2018
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"We will be back!"

5

At the Hamburg City Pass there are so many excursions, best plan well so that you do not cross and drive through the city and can make the most of your time!

. from Klosterneuburg, 07/2018
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"After decades back in Hamburg ... with City Pass an experience!"

5

The bus tour is of course a great start, it's best to make a complete tour early in the morning to get an overview. Harbor cruise is great, you feel tiny on the small barge next to Chinese container freighters or the Aida! The neighborhood tour also great, the guides are "real" and have a lot to talk about. Ideal, if possible: go through the Saturday, if you find something suitable on the Reeperbahn if Mojo, docks or something else ;-), then in the morning at 5 to the fish market and chill out there with coffee and live music (and who likes, of course, eat fish, buy a basket full of fruit, ...) I found the waxwork cabinet panopticon beautiful; the view and overview of the tower of the Michel is highly recommended; be sure to check out the light / water games in the "Planten un Bloomen" in the evening; From the dungeon, I expected more or something else, which makes fun with a group of friends ... Who wants to make the steamboat tour on the Alster, should seek a date with enough prospects, with me, it has not taken place, unfortunately only 3 people wanted to board. Exactly the same with the Elbphilharmonie: If you do not do the tour but just want to go in, the waiting time is usually just too long, especially on weekends, presumably. The whole museums: depending on interest! Recommendation: Dulf's Burger, on the way to Planten un Bloomen. But bring time !!! It can take an hour, is not fast food ;-) for the burgers are the hammer. Extra meat!

. from Karlsruhe, 07/2018
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"Discover Hamburg with the City Pass"

5

We bought the Hamburg City Pass for two days and two people. Although we did not rush, we took all exciting experiences for us. For the pass we paid about 130 euros. If we had paid the full entrance fee for all activities, we would have been around 250 euros. That is a great price savings! We decided on the Kieztour instead of the Speicherstadt / Elbphilharmonie Tour, which I can definitely recommend! In addition, we spent several hours in the International Maritime Museum, which is also worth a visit. Although one should have the passport in paper form, however, in most places also the presentation of the QS code on the smartphone, which is then scanned.

. from Schwalmtal, 07/2018