Gay Bars in Hamburg

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Gay clubs, bars and queer parties in Hamburg

Hamburg is not only the home of Northern Germany’s largest LGBT + community, the popular Elbe metropolis is also destination to queer visitors and travelers from all over the world throughout the year.

No wonder that Germany’s second-largest city offers a colorful range of trendy bars, shops and clubs like hardly any other European metropolis. In the hip district of St. Georg there are countless gay bars and queer hot spots.

The legendary street Lange Reihe is the perfect nightlife spot for party fans and a great place to meet friends or just get to know new ones!

Gay clubs, bars and queer parties in Hamburg

Die WunderBar

Die WunderBar ist seit nun 25 Jahren Hamburgs, wenn nicht Deutschlands, schwules Wohnzimmer – und dabei so jung, wie am Anfang. Keine 100 Quadratmeter groß drängen sich hier Wochenende für Wochenende hunderte junger, gutaussehender Männer. Rot und Gold bestimmen das Bild: Opulenz nennen es die Einen, Kitsch die Anderen. Unseren Gästen gefällt’s. Plüschig mit viel Liebe zum Detail – in der WunderBar fühlt sich nicht nur die Gay-Community wohl.

Die WunderBar hat täglich ab 22 Uhr geöffnet. Jeden Mittwoch, Freitag und Samstag wird die Bar zur Partylocation mit wechselnden DJ’s und kann mit jeder Hamburger Gay Party mithalten. Beim Hamburger CSD ist die WunderBar jedes Jahr mit einem Truck bei der CSD-Parade vertreten und beim CSD-Straßenfest bieten wir die besten Drinks und das beste Bühnenprogramm auf der WunderBar-Musikinsel.

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M&V Bar

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Stylish gay-popular bar on Lange Reihe street near the central station. M&V’s friendly staff serve draft beers, long drinks and an extensive selection of wine in a cosy, cool atmosphere.

Dance parties also feature here. Very crowded on the weekends.

M&V Bar

Gay Guide Hamburg

Hamburg ist die zweitgr��te Stadt und wichtigster Seehafen Deutschlands. Als Hafenmetropole wurde es �ber Generationen in einem Atemzug mit Rio de Janeiro, Shanghai und Kapstadt genannt, und die Liberalit�t der Hansestadt ist tief in ihrer Geschichte verankert. Hamburg hat zwei etwa gleich gro�e schwule Zentren. In St. Pauli befindet sich der vielleicht gr��te Rotlichtbezirk Europas. Im Dickicht von weiblicher Prostitution und Sexshops um die ber�chtigte Reeperbahn gibt es auch eine vielf�ltige schwule Szene: vom Hotel mit Stricherbar �ber Cruisingkinos bis zur schicken Bar. �hnlich gemischt ist die Szene in St. Georg: Um die Lange Reihe herum findet man Caf�s, Bars, die Lederszene, Sexshops und Stricherbars sowie Hamburgs sch�nste Gay-Sauna.

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Please note that some venues may be closed in line with local government advice. Please check the venue’s own website for the latest opening hours and information before making your journey. Stay safe and follow the local authority’s guidance in order to minimise the risk of transmission of the virus.

Basement gay cruise club (since 2011) with a full bar in front and cruising room in the back where you’ll find a dark maze, sling, glory holes, lounge area with leather sofas, etc.

Special events & parties include “Incognito” mask party and naked night. The fewer clothes you wear, the better. Located in the St Georg gay district. Closed on Mondays.

Willkommen

Wir sind eine kleine Gay-Bar im Hamburger Stadtteil St. Georg, unweit des Hamburger interessanten und netten Menschen gibt es bei uns auch gute Musik und günstige Getränke.

We are a small gay bar in Hamburg’s St. Georg district, not far from Hamburg’s main addition to interesting and nice people, we offer good music and drinks at a favorable price!

Our guests include the working class and civil servants, artists and those for whom life is an art form, the unemployed and millionaires — a colorful mixture like life itself and the Pride goes without saying, that women are also welcome here.

Queer durch Hamburg

Die Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg – Deutschlands ›Tor zur Welt‹ – ist die nach Berlin zweitgr��te Stadt Deutschlands und zudem ein eigenst�ndiges Bundesland. Sie liegt etwa 100 km s�d�stlich der Nordsee an der Elbe und hat den gr��ten Seehafen Deutschlands. Aufgrund des Hafens, der aufgestauten Alster und der zahlreichen Kan�le und kleineren Fl�sse ist Hamburg eine der br�ckenreichsten St�dte Europas.

Die Siedlungsgeschichte Hamburgs begann bereits im 4. Jahrhundert v. Chr. durch die Sachsen. Im 9. Jahrhundert entstand an dieser Stelle das Kastell Hammaburg. Im 12. Jahrhundert erhielt die dort ans�ssige Siedlung das Hafenrecht und besondere Handelsprivilegien und entwickelte sich deshalb im Mittelalter zu einer florierenden Handelsmetropole. Als Mitglied der Hanse wurde Hamburg im 16. Jahrhundert zur Welthandelsstadt. 1558 �ffnete die erste deutsche B�rse in Hamburg, 1678 die erste deutsche Oper. Der sp�tere Niedergang der Hanse konnte der Stadt nichts anhaben, sie ist bis heute das gr��te Wirtschaftszentrum Norddeutschlands.

Hamburg wurde von zahlreichen Katastrophen heimgesucht, die das Stadtbild nachhaltig ver�nderten: der gro�e Hamburger Brand 1842, die Choleraepidemie 1892, die Bombardierungen im 2. Weltkrieg 1943 und die Sturmflut von 1962. Viel historische Bausubstanz wurde dadurch zerst�rt oder sp�ter abgerissen, und Neues wurde gebaut. Hamburg befindet sich in einem st�ndigen Umbruch.

Nach der Jahrtausendwende wurde mit der HafenCity ein v�llig neuer Stadtteil aus dem Boden gestampft. Das ber�hmteste Geb�ude in diesem Komplex ist die Elbphilharmonie. Ein weiteres Wahrzeichen ist die ab 1883 erbaute historische Speicherstadt, der weltweit gr��te auf Eichenpf�hlen errichtete Lagerhauskomplex und mit seiner neugotischen Backsteinarchitektur definitiv einen Besuch wert.

Wie �berhaupt das ganze Hafengebiet mit seinen zahlreichen Sehensw�rdigkeiten – wie etwa dem sonnt�glichen Hamburger Fischmarkt, dem im Mai gefeierten Hafengeburtstag oder auch den Stippvisiten zahlreicher gro�er Kreuzfahrtschiffe – einen Besuchermagnet darstellt. In unmittelbarer N�he, im Stadtteil St. Pauli, befindet sich die ›s�ndigste Meile der Welt‹, die Reeperbahn.

Die schwule Szene Hamburgs konzentriert sich im Stadtteil St. Georg und dort vor allem auf der Langen Reihe, der wichtigsten Einkaufsstra�e und Flaniermeile mit zahlreichen einschl�gigen Stra�encaf�s und Boutiquen.

Zu den j�hrlichen H�hepunkten und queeren Events in Hamburg geh�ren unter anderem der CSD Hamburg Anfang August, die Leatherparty im Sommer sowie Deutschlands �ltestes queeres Filmfestival im Oktober.

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About Hamburg and its gay life

The Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg – Germany’s ›Gateway to the World‹ – is the second largest city in Germany after Berlin, and also an independent state. It is located about 100 km southeast of the North Sea along the river Elbe and has the largest seaport in Germany. Because of the port, the pent-up river Alster and the numerous canals and smaller rivers Hamburg is one of the cities in Europe with the most bridges.

The settlement history of Hamburg began with the Saxons in the 4th century BC. In the 9th century a castle named Hammaburg was built in this place, from which the name Hamburg derived. In the 12th century the settlement was given the port law (Hafenrecht) and special trade privileges which allowed Hamburg to develop into a flourishing commercial center during the Middle Ages. As a member of the Hanseatic League it evolved into a world trading center in the 16th century. In 1558 the first German stock exchange opened in Hamburg, in 1678 the first German opera house followed. Even the decline of the Hanseatic League could do the city no harm, it is still the largest economic center of northern Germany.

Hamburg was hit by numerous disasters that changed the town strongly: the great fire of 1842, the cholera epidemic in 1892, the bomb raids in 1943 during the Second World War and the flood of 1962. Many historic buildings were destroyed or subsequently demolished and new ones were built. Hamburg is in constant upheaval.

After the turn of the millennium, a complete new district was built: the �HafenCity�. The most famous building in this complex is the Elbphilharmonie concert hall. Another landmark of the HafenCity district is the �Speicherstadt�, a historic warehouse district built in the 1880s. It is the world’s largest warehouse complex built on oak piles, and with its neo-Gothic brick architecture it is definitely worth a visit.

And indeed the whole port area with its many attractions – such as the Hamburg fish market every Sunday, the harbor birthday celebration in May or the flying visits of many large cruise ships – is a magnet for visitors. Just around the corner, in the St. Pauli district, is Europe’s largest red-light district, the famous Reeperbahn.

Hamburg’s gay life is concentrated in the St. Georg district, especially in and around the street Lange Reihe, the main shopping street and promenade with numerous relevant caf�s and boutiques.

Annual highlights and queer events in Hamburg are the Hamburg Gay Pride (CSD) in early August, the Leatherparty in summer and the queer film festival in October.

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Basement gay cruise club (since 2011) with a full bar in front and cruising room in the back where you’ll find a dark maze, sling, glory holes, lounge area with leather sofas, etc.

Special events & parties include “Incognito” mask party and naked night. The fewer clothes you wear, the better. Located in the St Georg gay district. Closed on Mondays.

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The name says it all! This men-only fetish bar & cruise club has strict dress codes for various weekly themed nights and special parties.

Leather, rubber, skin, uniform, boots, mask are some of the common gear, or you can always go commando! No perfume or slippers. Expect hardcore actions and kinky fun. Lube, condoms and gloves are provided for free.

Check SLUT’s website for event details and dress codes.

Gay shop & cruising cinema with a dark room and SM area. Mystery Hall is open 24 hours.

Small gay shop & cruising spot on two floors, located close to TOM’S Saloon. New Man has DVD’s, private cabins and glory holes.

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“Place is a great value to go to, plenty of good looking people but the bar staff could be a little friendlier. Being a fast beer drinker, I ordered one 5 minutes before closing. The chubby bear was not happy and pretty much slammed the beer in front of me. Out of politeness, left him a tip (almost same amount as the beer was) and the way how he responded was like I’ve just left him a 2cent tip. When in Hamburg, would I come back here again, no.“

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“Bar staff amazingly friendly as all of the clients, real people where conversation is always possible. First time every at this place and quite very surprised of the friendlyness. Of course as most bars, smoking everywhere.“

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Gay Hamburg – Travel Gay Guide

Hamburg is Germany’s richest city. It’s also a cultural powerhouse. Hamburg is packed with theatres and music venues. It also has one of Europe’s best red-light districts. You’ll find the ideal combination of cultural dynamism and buzzing nightlife in Hamburg. The city is very welcoming to gay travellers.

You’ll find various gay bars and gay clubs in the Sankt Georg district and also the Reeperbahn. Hamburg is a port city and there are various beaches to explore. It’s a great city to explore.

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A Hamburg gay institution. TOM’S Saloon (since 1974) is a gay cruise club for fetish & leather fans – famous for its large collection of Tom of Finland’ drawings.

Facilities include a large bar, dark room, cage, sling, glory holes and everything else. TOM’S attracts both local and international gay clients. Regular drink promotions on offer.

Located the basement of a building in St Georg gay district. Check TOM’S website for details of upcoming events and dress codes.

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