1. Hamburg: U-Boot Museum and Cold War History Private Tour
Step inside the Soviet U-434, one of the largest submarines in the world, and learn about its fascinating history from your guide on a private tour of the U-Boat Museum. Explore the Port of Hamburg on a war-themed private walking tour and enjoy a pickup from your hotel. Begin your journey back in time at the Jan Fedder Promenade, which runs along the busy Elbe harbor. If you prefer, choose the 3-hour option and start your tour with a comfortable pickup from your hotel. As you stroll through the Port of Hamburg, learn about Hamburg’s involvement in wartime as one of Germany’s most important industrial centers. Hear about the air raids, codenamed Operation Gomorrah, that devastated much of the city, and see the Landungsbrücken, Pegeltrum, and Elbe Tunnel. Finish your guided walking tour at St Pauli Fish Market and head into a moored U–434 submarine that hosts the U-Boat Museum. Spend the next hour exploring this monumental Soviet submarine with your guide. Learn about its role in espionage in American waters during the Cold War era and enter the cramped space to explore the crew's living quarters, the officers' mess, and the engine and torpedo rooms.