The Neustadt Hamburg was particularly interesting for me, because I knew the district by profession already well and was curious if I would discover things that I do not know.
From the subway station Baumwall I started directly at the harbor, where I went along the Elbpromenade and made a detour over the Überseebrücke to photograph the ships lying there.
Then I went through the southern Neustadt, the so-called Portuguese quarter, where Portuguese and Spanish restaurants string together. There are many beautiful buildings in Hanseatic style.
Right next to the office complex of G+J is the Michelwiese, a park that stretches from the Michel to the harbor.
Along the Venusberg I walked next to Alster Elbpark with Bismarck monument in direction of St. Michaelis (Michel). Since I’ve been on the top of the Michel many times, I've been saving myself this time, looking instead at the statues and artworks around the church.
Near the Michels stands the monument of the Zitronenjette, whose fingers are scrubbed completely blank, since supposedly bring luck to rub on her finger.
I then passed the small Michel and direction Grossneumarkt. After a few detours, follow the northern Neustadt with its expensive shopping streets. Here are all expensive fashion and luxury goods brands settled and the sports car density is extremely high. I went directly along the Alsterfleet and the Alsterarkaden, through Neuer Wall and Große Bleichen. I have circled the Hanse-Viertel, a large shopping arcade in Neustadt.
Past Police Commissariat Hamburg-Mitte and the Axel-Springer-Passage. Also Internet companies like Google (ABC Street) and Facebook (Caffamacherreihe) have offices here.
Then I walked past the Laeiszhalle past the Dammtorwall, over the Gänsemarkt and through the Collonades. At the end of my tour again around the Casino Espanade around and then once around the Binnenalster. My tour ended at Jungfernstieg.