Limos4 Hamburg provides transfers of high standard from the cruise terminals of Hafencity, Altona, Uberseebrucke or Steinwerder to any location in Hamburg or Germany, and vice versa. Our Hamburg cruise port transfers include meet-and-greet service – our chauffeurs will wait for you at the arrival terminal, carrying a personalized sign and will readily assist you with your luggage.
Limos4 Hamburg’s fleet is composed of a multitude of late-model vehicles – sedans (Mercedes-Benz E-Class and S-Class), vans (Mercedes-Benz V-Class), minibuses (Mercedes-Benz Sprinter) and different-capacity coaches, thus we can arrange a proper vehicle for any volume of luggage and number of passengers for a transfer from Hamburg Airport to cruise port terminals or for a transfer from Hamburg Cruise Port to airport.
Hamburg is a great location on the European cruise map and it is an excellent opportunity to get to know the ‘‘gateway to the world’’ before or after your cruise port transportation.
See the best of this charming city at your own pace with our customized service.
“We hired Limos4 to meet us at the cruise pier and transport us to a downtown hotel. Cab lines at the pier are extremely long, and we were grateful to see our driver waiting for us when we left the ship. Finn speaks perfect English and pointed out the sights on our way to the hotel. We recommend this service highly!”
“Limos4 was the best choice I could have made. I didn’t miss one meeting, I arrived punctually at all my appointments, I didn’t catch a cold, I didn’t get stressed and I could admire the beautiful and elegant city. In fact, it was a “five star” experience.”
Due to increased concerns for safety brought on by the COVID-19 virus, Limos4 has implemented additional sanitary measures and rigorous protocols to ensure the utmost safety for you. Also, we are currently paying particular attention to ensuring that the measures are effective, while working hard to provide you with the highest quality of service. Limos4 is closely monitoring the information shared by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to comply with the best-practice guidelines.