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Elbphilharmonie Plaza - Experience the city from 37 metres above the ground

Elbphilharmonie Plaza - Experience the city from 37 metres above the ground

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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Paddling on the Alster lake

Paddling on the Alster lake

The 160-hectare lake in the heart of the city is a true paradise for sailors, rowers and paddlers, but has a depth of no more than 2.50 metres. Its opulent grasslands on the edge of the bank offer plenty of opportunities to be close to the water, right in the middle of the city. Just kicking back on a blanket or a deckchair, jogging "all the way round the Alster", taking a walk, playing frisbee and boules – the options are endless for you to enjoy this splendid green oasis on land.
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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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Create your own chocolate

Create your own chocolate

Chocolate makes people happy! In addition to the "island of plants" with genuine cocoa, pepper, ginger, chilli and sugar cane plants, visitors are given CHOCOVERSUM'S interesting information about the harbour and the cocoa trade, while in the interactive exhibition areas they can load a ship with cocoa beans as a dock worker, inspect the cocoa beans as a quality controller, or discover the differences between chocolate flavours. In the "Aroma-Studio" every visitor becomes a chocolatier themselves by creating their personal favourite chocolate from various ingredients.
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