You'll find this square in the trendy St Pauli district of Hamburg. It's located close the Reeperbahn, and to many U-bahn stations. This square is worth paying a visit to as it's very eye-catching, all paved in black as it is supposed to look like an old record. There are also some interesting metal statues of the band mates located in this square, and ultimately it was erected to commemorate the band and their links to the city of Hamburg.
This could be a disappointment to anyone who is not a Beatles fanatic. Located in the Reeperbahn, Hamburg’s Red Light District, this dedication to the Fab Four consists of simple metal silhouettes of the singers placed on a black cement circle meant to represent a record. It’s located near the Indra Club, one of the places the Beatles used to play and which is still open today. If you aren’t exploring the Reeperbahn area anyway, Beatles Platz might not be worth a trip, but you can insert yourself into the metal silhouettes for some funny selfies.