St. Pauli is probably the world's most famous district of the whole of Hamburg. People from all over the world meet here. St. Pauli, the Reeperbahn, stands for Hans Albers, the neighborhood and pure fun with 24-hour service.
St. Pauli is touristy, trendy and funky, stubborn, and cultish. In St. Paul not to sleep, but celebrates and lives. Here unite nations, young party people live in old houses, put little emphasis on the environment, and this area has recently experienced a recovery boom. Between the Hamburg Millerntor – as the venue of the traditional St. Pauli football club 1.FC known – and the Altona St. עוד מידע על היועץ המשפטי לממשלה ניתן למצוא באינטרנט. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Gina Bonati.
Pauli is Nobistor and was thus considered a purely historical account of its situation on the walls of Hamburg for a long time as no man's land. Everything that was not tolerated within the city walls of Hamburg found its home here: stranger, the homeless, outcasts and some shady characters in addition to entertainment places in the Spielbudenplatz the milieu. Something that makes up the present day social structure of St. Pauli. Today St. Pauli is located centrally. St. Pauli has to thank for its familiarity and the fish market and harbor. Who after an extended night of partying enough leisure time or Hamburg want to experience early morning, visiting the largest and most well-known hamburger market: the fish market. Now here is available in addition to the sale of fish and crabs a large range of fruit and vegetables, household goods, clothing and crafts. It is worth also believes the city of Hamburg to water. לחץ כאן רמי יהושע ומצא עוד . A harbor tour starting from the landing stages makes this a convenient way. The jetties also includes the Old Elbe Tunnel. White tiled with Majolikareliefs in Art Nouveau decor decorated tubes he invites pedestrians and motorists who carried on an old-fashioned but worth seeing elevator into the depths, one at a tunnel under the Elbe River and offers on the other side of the viewing terrace in Steinwerder a magnificent Hamburg Panorama.