Interior of church is beautiful but the highlight is really to climb the tower. It cost EUR 3 per pax and more than 340 steps from the ground up but the view is worth the effort and penny. It gets crowded on sunny day so...More
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The tower is very impressive from the outside, but there is no air movement in the upper part, and it gets very hot if the sun is shining. There are only small round glassed windows to check the view. The top level is very small,...More
For €3 you can ascend the church tower up till 123 m above the ground. No elevator, so a bit of a climb! It will lead you to a fantastic sight of the whole city, as you can peak out of windows in every direction...More
If you are tired of the too many people on Mönckenbergerstrasse, you just drop in and you will have a very peaceful rest.
This was a perfect place to hang out and people watch. If you're walking around the city and feeling tired it's a great place to grab a spot to sit people watch and enjoy the weather and the view. The architecture is amazing and very...More
The peace and tranquillity of this church was amazing. No service at the time, so nice to sit and say a prayer of thanks for our safety.
There wasn't much to see inside St Petri church. But climbing to the top of the church was certainly rewarding. The view of the city from there was spectacular. You'll need some time to climb to the top (more than 500 steps), enjoy the view...More
I found this large church while exploring Hamburg.It is located a few blocks from the Rathaus. Its tall single spire makes it stand out over the other buildings on the street.
This is a beautiful and impressive church, located next to a busy square. Both the exteriors and the interiors of the church are lavish. During our visit, there was a rehearsal of a group of elderly people playing brass instruments, which proved to be fantastic,...More