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Do & See
Since the medieval days if the Hanseatic League, Hamburg has maintained its free spirit and its status as an international port city, with riches and a cosmopolitan vibe that comes attached to the constant ebb and flow of seafarers. You can still feel the edgy atmosphere in the bars and clubs on the Reeperbahn in St Pauli — an area that entertained sailors for hundreds of years. To explore the more relaxing and peaceful side of Hamburg, get lost in its canals or stroll along the Alster lake in the summer. Hamburg is not standing still, either. The new HafenCity district brings unmistakable modernity to the waterfront, and the instantly iconic Elbphilharmonie is stunning both inside and out. Here are some of the best things to do and see in Hamburg:
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The maritime heart of Hamburg
Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
Elbphilharmonie Plaza
Hamburg City Hall
Speicherstadt (Historic Warehouse Complex)
The Old Elbe Tunnel

The Old Elbe Tunnel

When the Old Elbe Tunnel, also called "St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel", was opened in 1911, it was a technical sensation. Today, it is a nostalgic and lovingly tended piece of Hamburg history. The distinctive, square, domed structure on the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken houses the machinery and the four lifts, which have transported people and vehicles at a depth of nearly 24 metres for over 100 years. After 426.5 metres beneath the Elbe and through the two tiled tunnels with a diameter of 6 metres, you return to daylight in Steinwerder and can enjoy a wonderful view over the harbour.
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Miniatur Wunderland

Miniatur Wunderland

Miniatur Wunderland is the world's largest model railway museum and Germany's most popular tourist attraction. Its display sections show authentic environment from different countries: from Sweden and Norway to the pyramids of Egypt and Las Vegas in U.S. The exhibit switches from 'day' to 'night' every 15 minutes. You can also take a guided tour that shows Wunderland behind-the-scenes to better appreciate how much technical wizardry and planning is involved in running this place.
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The Reeperbahn