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Hamburg City Pass > All Attractions > Guided Tour: Landmark Tour "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

Guided Tour: Landmark Tour "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

Landmark tour with your Hamburg City Pass for free - safe 22 € 

Experience Hamburg's most expensive landmarks and visit the most famous landmarks on a tour through the city and the port, e.g. the Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall, the concert hall of superlatives, at the western tip of HafenCity.

During the 2-hour tour you will receive exciting background information about the special landmarks.
(Language: german)

Tour start:  Guided landmark tour: "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

Daily: 11 am
Duration: 2 hours

Language: German (english tours only upon prior request, minimum tourmembers: 10)

Admission Guided landmark tour: "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

Adult (+14 years): € 22
Kids: € 13

Ticket Guided landmark tour: "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

The ticket for the landmark tour is already included in the Hamburg City Pass.

Meeting place Guided landmark tour: "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

Meeting place:
Englische Planke 1
20459 Hamburg 


Entrance St. Michaeliskirche  

The guides will be wearing white shoulder bags. 


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Please meet at the entrance at 10:50 am.

Directions Guided landmark tour: "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

U3 to Baumwall

Special conditions of use Guided landmark tour: "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

Reservations are required for these attractions.
Please reserve at least 24 hours before participation by email info@unser-hh.de. You can also call the following numbers to make your reservation:
+49 (0)40 66 87 55 18
+49 (0)17 6 30 58 94 90
Please have your Ticket Code ready. In each case you will be asked for your ticket code.

Please arrive at the meeting place 10 minutes prior tour start.

Please note: The tour will take place without visiting the concert halls, due to rehersals.

The tour is not weather–dependend and the tour is suitable for wheelchair users. 

Highlights Guided landmark tour: "From the St. Michaelis church to Elbphilharmonic Hall"

  • Get all important facts and information from qualified guides


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Description Elbe Philarmonic Hall

The impressive Elbe Philarmonic Hall is 110 meters high with the glass structure portraying a wave. It was designed by the renowned Swiss architects Herzog and de Meuron. After a 10-year construction phase the new landmark opened in January 2017. The Elbe Philarmonic Hall is a unique blend of hall with two concert halls, hotel and 45 luxury apartments as well as the Plaza with a 360 ° panoramic over the city. The Elbe Philarmonic Hall was constructed on about 1700 reinforced concrete piles on the grounds of what used to be Hamburg's largest ware house ("Kaispeicher A") during the 1990s.The longest curved escalator in the world with 82 meters is located directly in the entrance of the concert hall. Today the Kaispeicher is used as a car park with approximately 510 parking spaces furthermore it also contains wellness and conference rooms as well as a studios for performances. With a size of about 4000 m² the Plaza is almost as big as the Rathausmarkt (Hamburg Town Hall market place). The two large concert halls offer a total of 2700 seats for music enthusiasts.

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