Danish Altona Tour
- Duration: 2 hours
- Price: 200 € / group
- Max. 35 persons
- Meeting Point: Ottensen Hauptstraße
Altona was once the second largest city in the Danish Empire and had been a nuisance for Hamburg ever since it had been established. Altonas harbour rivaled that of Hamburg and the two cities were constantly in competition for trade. In an ideal world the Hamburg merchants would have prefered the Danes build their harbour somewhere else entirely because the Danish city was literally "al-to-na" or better said "all too near"!
Join us on a journey back in time to explore the traces the Danes have left in Altona as well as exploring one of the citys most vibrant districts. With scenic views over the water, many parks, historical buildings and small cafes, bars and restaurants this is the ideal tour for those wishing to see a less touristic side of town.
This tour will cover the following topics:
- Stuhlmann fountain
- Danish culture in Altona
- Altona Townhall
- Altona Balkon
- German-Danish war 1864
- Blücher monument
- Altona Museum
- Greater Hamburg Act 1937
- Altona during WW2
The tour will be a walking tour with a light activity level. A break can be included in the middle of the tour.
- Pick-up and Drop-off service
- Tickets to a local museum
- Ending the tour at a local restaurant/cafe
Note: For these or any other add-ons or modifications please contact us directly
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