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Blankenese — “the Pearl of the Elbe”

Blankenese — “the Pearl of the Elbe”

The former fishing and pilot village to the west of Hamburg is located right on the Elbe and is a popular destination and residential area for wealthy citizens of Hamburg. One of Germany's most beautiful hiking trails runs along the banks of the Elbe to Blankenese. Picturesque lanes, winding stairs and houses standing close together: with its Mediterranean feel, the Blankenese Treppenviertel on the Elbe has something of a resort on the Riviera. Blankeneser Bahnhofstrasse is like a small city in itself with its church, weekly market, many well-stocked shops, restaurants and ice cream parlors
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Elbphilharmonie Plaza

Elbphilharmonie Plaza

The Plaza is the central meeting place in the Elbphilharmonie and forms the link between the warehouse and the new structure. The viewing platform here is open to the public. Even getting to it is an experience: an 80-metre-long, slightly curved escalator transports visitors through the building. From the Plaza, 37 metres above the ground, a stunning panoramic view over the city and port opens up before the viewer. An outside walkway leads around the entire building.
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Guided Walking Tours

Guided Walking Tours

Whether by bicycle or on foot, accompanied by Nordic delicacies such as the legendary fish sandwich, or the classic exploration of the top sights of the Hanseatic city — rediscover Hamburg from a new and exciting perspective! Shopping fans and friends of the art of brewing, as well as lovers of the maritime, will be entertained and satisfied. Choose a short tour just to get to know the centre quickly, or pick one lead by a historian to delve into the rich history of Hamburg. Food tours, the Beatles tours or nighttime pub crawls — there is a suitable tour through Hamburg for everyone.
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Speicherstadt (Historic Warehouse Complex)

Speicherstadt (Historic Warehouse Complex)

Over a century old, the Speicherstadt in the port is the world’s largest integrated complex of warehouses. Here, guests to Hamburg find an idyllic scenery of redbrick Gothic architecture from the Wilhelmine era with bizarre little gables and towers. Valuable goods are stored at controlled temperatures behind their massive walls: coffee, tea, cocoa, spices, tobacco — and the world’s largest stock of Oriental carpets. Since 2015 the Speicherstadt, the Chilehaus and the Kontorhausviertel belong to the UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you're short on time or want to give your feel some rest after exploring the city, take a one-hour evening boat tour. Speicherstadt looks especially magical at sunset.
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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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