Photo: Steve Rossi / @concierge.steve on Instagram
4- Port of Hamburg
Discover the diversity of the Port of Hamburg, with its harbor cranes, cruise ships, container ships and barges. As one of the largest ports in Europe, there's always something going on here for you to photograph.
3- St Pauli
If you're looking for cool backdrops for your Instagram photos, be sure to check out the street art in St Pauli. I recommend walking along Clemens-Schultz Strasse and Simon-von-Utrecht Strasse, there are lots of hidden passages featuring great art on this route.
The Reeperbahn is a street and entertainment district in Hamburg's St. Pauli district. It's also a great spot to shoot some colourful neonlight pictures.
1- The Nikolaifleet Canal
The Nikolaifleet Canal, situated in the old town Altstadt of Hamburg, was the original brance of the Alster estuary. It seperates the Cremon Island from the mainland and is considered one of the oldest parts of the Port of Hamburg. This place is a must-see when in Hamburg and definitely one of the most photogentic spots in the city.