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This underwhelming memorial is on a small roundabout just at the edge of the Reeperbahn. It is beside places offering sex shows, but is not in the heart of the Red Light area. It offers a glimpse of the scene without having to get immersed...More
Nothing special or out of common. A banal little square placed at the crossroad between Reeperbahn and Grosse Freiheit streets. There are 4 metal silhouettes (rather ugly, if you ask me) representing a band, that could be every band in the world, not only The...More
This is just a sort of side street roundabout with metal inlays in bands forming concentric circles naming lots of the Beatles songs. Also some stainless steel figurines representing the 4 Beatles ( John, Paul, George and Ringo) with wee name plates at the foot...More
As Beatles fans - we came to see the famous beatles-platz and the clubs they performed in the early days - the star, the indra etc. however - the platz was a home to several homeless people, urine and vomit everywhere - not a pleasant...More
The circular plaza is located on the Reeperbahn near the clubs where the Beatles started their career. It is shaped like a record. Steel framed figures of the band members playing their instruments are placed on one side of the plaza.
It is a must...More
These metal statues seem a bit underwhelming to me. The Beatles got their start in Hamburg, as any Beatle fan knows, in some of the nearby clubs. I think the city could have come up with a better tribute than this. But then again, our...More
If you don't have a special connections to the 60s or Beatles,,,,, don't go.
If you do..... GO. Yes, it is sleezy, overly busy, tourist trap area, but if you can all see through this, it is a must. Close your eyes, feel the buzz,...More
These statues are located at the end of the Reeperbahn and have to say they do not look too much like the beetles. They are life size and have nothing grand about them and one review referred to them as biscuit cutters which is quite...More