Hamburg Harbour

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It is not far from the Reeperbahn to the Elbe. Just 10 minutes walk away is the Port of Hamburg. In view, travelers then have the jetties, which are usually populated by countless tourists. However, this corner of Saint Pauli has changed in the past few decades. In the past, for example, there were the big liner ships. Unfortunately they are now a thing of the past. Tourists book small barges for harbor cruises and there are also ferries that transport Hamburg citizens and tourists along the Elbe. From time to time large cruise ships land in the port of Hamburg and impress with their majestic size as once the liner. Visitors to the city should not miss a walk through the old Elbtunnel, whose destination is Steinwerder.