Explore the historical wonders of Neustadt, one of the most interesting neighbourhoods in Hamburg. Learn all about the rise and fall of this district’s Jewish community.
*Tour the attractive residential area filled with shops and cafés
*Discover the history of the district, including that of its Jewish community
*All historical anecdotes are explained alongside interesting architectural examples
Come discover a district of Hamburg rich in historical anecdotes and breathtaking architecture. Neustadt lies between St Pauli and Laiszhalle and is a very vibrant quarter of the inner city. This residential area is filled with quaint cafés and restaurants, as well as little shops, all of which are but the modern façade of this area that dates back to 1670.
Formerly the border of Hamburg, it was a very accepting community and thus developed an important Jewish community, the first of the city of Hamburg. It later became a famous labour quarter and saw the rise of various unionists. All this lasted, of course, until the rise of Nazism. On this tour you will learn all the details behind this fascinating story and learn the anecdotes that lie behind the district’s most beautiful buildings. Welcome to this exclusive expedition to Neustadt!
Meeting/pick-up point: In front of Janny's Eisdiele. Duration: 90 minutes. Start/opening time: At 5pm.
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Attraction:Millerntorplatz 1, Hamburg, Germany,
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