The fun never stops in Hamburg’s St. Pauli neighborhood

While staying at prizeotel Hamburg-St. Pauli, make time to visit historic attractions, walk along the waterfront, and experience the nightlife. We are near it all. Head over to the canals, where you will find music and shopping at the city's vibrant fish market, or book a ticket for the theater. At night, Reeperbahn is just a few minutes away on foot. See all of our suggestions for things to see and do in St. Pauli.

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Hamburg Speicherstadt

1,62 mi / 2,6 km from the hotel
The Speicherstadt isn't just any warehouse district--it is one of the largest in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Set by the canals, the brick buildings are a scenic part of the city where visitors can walk, snap photos of the architecture, and stop for a bite to eat.

Inner Alster Lake

1,64 mi / 2,64 km from the hotel
Formed by the incoming water from the Alster River, Inner Alster Lake, also known as Binnenalster, is a favorite area for locals in Hamburg. This is a pretty spot with restaurants, museums, and historic landmarks all around.

Stage Theater on the Elbe

1,06 mi / 1,7 km from the hotel
Enjoy a magical night in Hamburg at the theater. Stage Theater showcases a variety of family-favorite musicals and shows. Before or after the show, enjoy a walk along the canals by the theater.


0,28 mi / 0,45 km from the hotel
One of the hippest streets in Hamburg is Reeperbahn, especially popular for its bars and nightclubs. At one end, visitors will also find the Reeperbahn train station. This is also home to one of the city's largest festivals during the summer.

Hamburg Fish Market

0,39 mi / 0,62 km from the hotel
What's so exciting about a fish market? Hamburg's Fischmarkt is one of the city's busiest places on Sunday mornings. This is when it comes to life, selling fish but also flowers, souvenirs, and snacks while enjoying live music.

Hamburg Town Hall

1,49 mi / 2,4 km from the hotel
At the southern end of Inner Alster Lake is Hamburg's Town Hall. This historic area boasts Neo-Renaissance architecture, which you can gaze at from the large town square in front. Sign up for a tour to see the gilded interiors, vaulted hallways, and many historical details.