Visit the legendary nightlife district St. Pauli and walk along the Reeperbahn, listening to breath-taking background informations about history and present of these world famous places that attract every year countless tourists. What does Nutella have to do with the Reeperbahn?
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Fun parties, hot girls and a great time are waiting for you at at night on the Reeperbahn. The Pink Palace — Sex House is one of the most popular, sexiest and largest brothels worldwide with an apartment building character located slap bang in the middle of the Reeperbahn. Up to 1 million tourists from across the globe come to enjoy the unique flair of the district every weekend with concerts, bars, discos, it sometimes weird and wonderful residents and, of course, the sexiest and most exciting international girls.
When it comes to whorehouses, Hamburg's Reeperbahn is the stuff of legend. But changing laws, tastes, times and technology have done a number on the area's once bustling bordello scene. The oldest one, in fact, is shutting its doors in April. The Hotel Luxor has been a mainstay on the Reeperbahn, the port city's famous red-light street and district, sincebut will now be sold off to an investor.
It's Hamburg's red light district so sex houses and shops are everywhere. Loads of rowdy men lurking around in the morning and night, and you can smell smoke everywhere you go. There are some kebab shops and Chinese restaurants, but do expect noisy pubs, clubs and sex houses.
On three floors with more than rooms beautiful and sexy ladies are expecting you. They know what you desire and how to fulfil your needs. We have three discrete entrances.
Pauli district, one of the two centres of Hamburg's nightlife the other being Sternschanze and also the city's major red-light district. The Reeperbahn Festival is among the largest club festivals. Until the s Hamburg's ropewalks had been located in the Neustadt New Town quarter of the inner city close to the Elbewhich then became a densely built up area. Therefore, the ropewalks "had to be relocated outside the city walls on the country road leading toward Altona — which later took on the street name 'Reperbahn'.