The Hansestadt Hamburg, known for its large industrial port, has a culture of shipping and trade history and a party mile which is unparalleled in Europe: the Reeperbahn. In the district of St. Pauli, where the football club of the same name is one of the greatest cult objects in the world, one can celebrate unlike any other place. But Hamburg is still much more than just that. Here you can find every social stratum, from the chic banker to the simple port worker, from the top attorney to the small warehouse worker. While they are separated during the day in clothes and activity, they often meet at night in the bright light of the dance clubs and pubs. This is precisely the attraction of this city. From a certain time, the status does not matter much anymore – in the eyes of the bouncer all guests are the same.