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St. Pauli

Hamburg, Germany
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This neighborhood located on the city's western side provides an incredible collection of nightlife opportunities, particularly on the infamous Reeperbahn.
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  • Very good38%
  • Average20%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible2%
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

St. Pauli is a very interesting place, especially if you are ready to party! Its proximity to the port helped it grow into an entertainment center for off-duty sailors. Sexclubs, available women and men, bars, and diversions are maxed out in the vicinity. Yes it...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

if you are a party person, that's the place for you. The whole district is one big party. People from all over the world enjoy time with each other. There is a lot of clubs and pubs to choose from. You won't be disappointed if...More

Thank Ola K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It is advertised as the Hamburg's Broadway, however, it has very little to do with Arts and far more to toxics and addicts asking for money while almost passing out on the floor. It seems very depressing and I would not go there alone after...More

Thank Carrie M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We were looking for Hamburg's offering in terms of upcycling and recycling (second hand) and were guided to the "Karoviertel". It was simply amazing. Coloured walls and furniture everywhere, cool shops with friendly people, large second hand market and a fantastic atmosphere. Don't hesitate!

1  Thank Gorg183
Reviewed 8 June 2017

It is a special neighborhood. Don't be scare of panks or strangers. It is a place to calm down, relax and have a small talk. It's a region, not a single place. You can walk there and find a place to stay if you like...More

Thank Andrey_Nara
Reviewed 5 June 2017

I was years ago already several times in this area. íit was more fun, more "civilized" neighbourhood as today. Bars and pubs, srip locals and sex shops - but the whole looks like it is not anymore the real amusement district.

Thank 545medva
Reviewed 2 June 2017

Our Hotel 66 (excellent value) was here and we loved being a part of this neighbourhood which was vibraint. Lovely big white houses like you would find in London. sadly covered in grafeti. Felt very safe there. Lots of little bars & restaurants (many with...More

Thank cathhughes
Reviewed 16 May 2017

St. Pauli is the party district of Hamburg...kinda seedy, but fun. Lotsa eateries, bars, strip clubs combined with grafitti and run down buildings. Not as busy as in timea gone by, but still a place to enjoy an evening of St. Pauli bier and fun.

Thank Larry M
Reviewed 30 April 2017

This was the area we deliberately stayed in, not because we wanted to visit the strip bars and sex shops, but because it is where the interesting up and coming cafes, restaurants and bars are. It feels very safe to walk around, no matter what...More

Thank DavidDundonald
Reviewed 28 March 2017

The Reeperbahn has to be one of the dirtiest, sleaziest and scummy area's I have visited. The whole area is full of pick pockets and prostitutes. I was there with 2 mates and everytime you walk down the road from bar to bar groups of...More

1  Thank Geordstar
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17 April 2017|
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Response from Andy O | Reviewed this property |
There are very limited tickets on sale on the day it's best to contact the stadium and arrange what tickets you need. The ground is about a 15 minute walk from the Reeperbahn. Have fun.