The Old Elb Tunnel
The old Elbe Tunnel lies beneath the river Elbe, directly adjacent to the St. Pauli district. It is an extremely old architectural masterpiece, which was built in the year 1907 and has been used since 1911. At that time, it was the shortest way to reach the city and to cross the river by car.
The construction work is really quite astonishing!
Speicherstadt (warehouse district)
Bridges, canals and imposing brick buildings, the façades of which are reflected in the water. Between Deichtorhallen and Baumwall, in the north-eastern part of the Port of Hamburg, lies a particularly interesting architectural and historical district - the Speicherstadt.
The world’s largest interconnected warehouse complex was built at the end of the nineteenth century and is characterised by the red brick Gothic style of the Gründerzeit (years of rapid industrial expansion in Germany) with its beautiful gables, oriels and towers.
Vibrant bars and night clubs draw party-goers to the Reeperbahn, the main street in St. Pauli’s famous and notorious red light district.
In the side streets, theatres such as the Schmidts Tivoli and the Operettenhaus have established themselves, in which cabarets and musicals are performed.
The Karolinenviertel (Karoviertel) district close by is renowned for its hip fashion boutiques and trendy cafés.
The Port of Hamburg
It represents an important economic factor for the Hanseatic city and also for the whole of Germany: the Port of Hamburg. This port has written history - and is still generating new stories.
This is where people live, relax and create art.
MUST-SEE at INTERNORGA - Hall B1.EG, Booth 207
How does a good coffee taste? Do you know the difference between aroma and taste? Learn all this in our sensory workshop, which will take place as follows:
SATURDAY March 16 - 14:00 / 16:00 o'clock
SUNDAY March 17 - 11:00 / 14:00 / 16:00 o'clock
MONDAY March 18 - 11:00 / 14:00 / 16:00 o'clock
TUESDAY March 19 - 11:00 / 14:00 / 16:00 o'clock