Elbfähre Zollenspieker

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  • Siegfried LG

    The pictures actually speak for themselves. Just like the opposite Hoopte, Zollenspieker is a popular meeting place to just look. It is a bit quieter within the week, but on the weekend it swells over, at the booth and while looking at the Elbe. That the ferry always swiftly back and forth does the rest.

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    • December 19, 2016

  • Sams

    Whether bikers, cyclists, hikers or motorists, here everyone will find something for his taste ... To watch the hustle and bustle or to laze in the beer garden, Currywurst fries from the booth or petrol talks ... Everything is possible.

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    • March 18, 2017

  • Michael Tilgner

    Alternative for the return trip:
    from the Goose Elbe (6) via the riding dike to Allermöhe and the Mittlerer Landweg to the Bille (or at the Boberger ponds) and the Schleemer Bach to the subway Billstedt

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    • August 9, 2018

  • Siegfried LG

    The ferry between Zollenspieker and Hoopte exerts a great attraction, on both sides. Some only come here to enjoy the Elbe view.

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    • January 14, 2017

  • Sams

    Always a good place to go. The bustle of the ferry invites you to linger. In the immediate vicinity there is everything you need for a short break, coffee, cakes, fries, sausage, etc.

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    • March 9, 2017

  • Siegfried LG

    Like its counterpart hoopte is a popular meeting and stopping point. Here is the crossing over the Elbe before Geesthacht possible. Both investors are also popular places to watch the goings on the Elbe.

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    • April 12, 2017

  • Sachsen Onkel

    At the Zollenspieker Ufer you can rest a bit, and watch the ferry a little.

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    • September 13, 2018

  • Henning

    The ferry is very popular with cyclists and motorcyclists, and there is also a snack at the pier to strengthen for the rest of the tour.
    erlebnis-reederei.de/faehre

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    • July 27, 2017

  • Andreas F

    Fantastic stopover and beautiful Elbe view

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    • August 21, 2018

  • Siegfried LG

    Great view of Zollenspieker.

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    • December 19, 2016

  • JR56

    The ferry connection between Zollenspieker and Hoopte is the oldest, still active ferry connection in Germany. The first mention of the connection date to the year 1252th At that time, the ferry and customs office was about 2km Elbe upstream. To protect the ferry and customs office, the Riepenburg was built at that time.With the relocation of the mouth of the Ilmenau in the Elbe, the Customs House and the ferry to Zollenspieker, relocated to their present location. Long before the construction of the Elbe bridges, this was one of the most important connections across the Elbe. Pretty much everyone of rank and name has crossed the Elbe here.Until the takeover of Karl Heinz Büchel, in the winter of 1983/84, the ferry was operated by the tenant of the ferry house. Karl-Heinz Büchel, also better known as Captain Kudd'l, took up the ferry connection with the old Fährprahm and the barge St. Pauli on the 1st of April 1984.Soon the Fährprahm was replaced by the Spieker Seagull. Today, the ferry service is operated primarily by the Hoopter Möwe 2. The Spieker gull comes as reinforcement in heavy traffic, e.g. in traffic jams on the A1 used.Between March and November, the ferry operates weekdays between 06.00 and 20.00, and on weekends and public holidays from 09.30 to 20.00 every 10 minutes.Further information:
    erlebnis-reederei.de/faehre

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    • July 22, 2019

  • Simau

    Zollenspiieker, such a ferry ride is always fun.

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    • January 13, 2017

  • Matthias

    Small note, the ferry is hibernating.

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    • December 30, 2018

  • JR56

    The ferry connection between Zollenspieker and Hoopte is the oldest, still active ferry connection in Germany. The first mention of the connection date to the year 1252th At that time, the ferry and customs office was about 2km Elbe upstream. To protect the ferry and customs office, the Riepenburg was built at that time.

    With the relocation of the mouth of the Ilmenau in the Elbe, the Customs House and the ferry to Zollenspieker, relocated to their present location. Long before the construction of the Elbe bridges, this was one of the most important connections across the Elbe. Pretty much everyone of rank and name has crossed the Elbe here.

    Until the takeover of Karl Heinz Büchel, in the winter of 1983/84, the ferry was operated by the tenant of the ferry house. Karl-Heinz Büchel, also better known as Captain Kudd'l, took up the ferry connection with the old Fährprahm and the barge St. Pauli on the 1st of April 1984.
    Soon the Fährprahm was replaced by the Spieker Seagull. Today, the ferry service is operated primarily by the Hoopter Möwe 2. The Spieker gull comes as reinforcement in heavy traffic, e.g. in traffic jams on the A1 used.
    erlebnis-reederei.de/faehre

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    • February 1, 2019

  • JR56

    A popular meeting point: the Fährimbiss & Bikertreff.
    During the season (from March to the end of November) the ferry snack at the pier in Zollenspieker will be open from 10.00. Here you get coffee and cake, bratwurst, sandwiches, ice cream and much more.
    There are tables with benches and bar tables that invite you to linger on the Elbe. Among cyclists and especially motorcyclists, the ferry snack is a popular meeting place. Sufficient parking spaces for motorcycles are available.
    erlebnis-reederei.de/faehrimbiss

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    • February 23, 2019

  • JR56

    Located on the southernmost point of Hamburg, the Zollenspieker Fährhaus is characterized by its unique location on the Elbe. Like no other historic building in northern Germany, it represents a piece of Hanseatic history. Its foundations date back to 1252. Not surprisingly, the house was part of many historical events.
    The listed heritage house looks back on more than 765 years of history. Originally built as a toll tower, the building was rebuilt after being destroyed by Lüneburg troops in 1620 the following year. In addition to its function as a guesthouse and rest area, the traditional house also served over the years as a customs station and as a ferry house, at one of Hamburg's oldest Elbfährstellen. With the abolition of the customs office in 1863, the traditional house received its unmistakable appearance with the addition of a dance hall. Since then, the old ferry house with the majestic Elbe view and the old chestnut trees in its beer garden is a popular destination.
    zollenspieker-faehrhaus.de/ueber-uns/das-zollenspieker

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    • February 23, 2019

  • Alfred

    Between Hoopte and Zollenspieker you can currently chauffeur for the three euros (one person with bike) comfortably over the Elbe. Both at the start and the finish, there is not only a snack, but also a great view over the Elbe.

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    • May 28, 2019

  • Vincent B.

    If you drive on the Elbe side of the dike, the tour is much nicer, due to the poorer road conditions but also much more exhausting.The views through the bank vegetation are wonderful; Picnic and bathing is indicated.

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    • July 22, 2019

  • Jan

    With the ferry one can translate to Hoopte (Lower Saxony) and the ferry house offers an excellent home-style cooking.
    The ferry dock is a popular meeting place for motorcyclists and there are so many beautiful machines to marvel at.

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    • August 12, 2019

  • Eulerich

    It is always much nicer on a ferry than on a bridge and the distance to the ferry is beautiful.

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    • February 17, 2019

  • JR56

    Located on the southernmost point of Hamburg, the Zollenspieker Fährhaus is characterized by its unique location on the Elbe. Like no other historic building in northern Germany, it represents a piece of Hanseatic history. Its foundations date back to 1252. Not surprisingly, the house was part of many historical events.
    The listed heritage house looks back on more than 765 years of history. Originally built as a toll tower, the building was rebuilt after being destroyed by Lüneburg troops in 1620 the following year. In addition to its function as a guest house and rest area, the traditional house also served over the years as a customs station and as Fährhaus, at one of the oldest Hamburg Elbfährstellen. With the abolition of the customs office in 1863, the traditional house received its unmistakable appearance with the addition of a dance hall. Since then, the old ferry house with the majestic Elbe view and the old chestnut trees in its beer garden is a popular destination.
    zollenspieker-faehrhaus.de/ueber-uns/das-zollenspieker

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    • February 23, 2019

  • Micha

    comfortable crossing over the Elbe

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    • March 26, 2019

  • Reinah

    Small cozy car ferry, which normally runs every 10 minutes. On both banks rest stops.

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    • April 20, 2019

  • KlausHans🅿️aul

    Wonderful along the Elbe pond

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    • June 15, 2019


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