Romanesque churches, Art Nouveau mansions and modern, sleek office buildings: just a taste of Hamburg's stunning architecture.
Towering above the Elbe and HafenCity is the city's newest landmark — the impressive concert venue Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
Exclusive shops and boutiques, cafés and restaurants galore: Venetian charm along the Jungfernstieg waterfront.
The expressionist Chilehaus building is a UNESCO world heritage site for its rich architecture and history.
The elegant Colonnaden pedestrian street features magnificent Wilhelminian architecture and specialty boutiques.
Against all odds, the timber-framed houses on Deichstrasse survived the centuries. They bear witness of a time long gone.
Not only is this ‘shipshape’ office building on the banks of the Elbe in Altona an eye-catcher, it’s also a walk-up attraction.
On the eastern tip of the futuristic HafenCity district, the construction of Hamburg’s tallest skyscraper is scheduled to commence in 2021.
The enormous WWII bunker on Feldstrasse hosts all kinds of music events, and there are plans for a massive rooftop garden.
HafenCity Hamburg is the most ambitious inner-city development in Europe: Modern architecture meets the city's historical UNESCO sites.
Hamburg Hauptbahnhof (central railway station) with its impressive hall, eateries and shops attracts travellers and foodies alike.
Looking for a river view without the tourists? Hamburg’s Holzhafen area awaits.
Laeiszhalle was the region's prime concert hall for almost a century. Now it thrives side by side with the Elbphilharmonie.
Spectacular views, historic waterfront buildings and a public transport hub? Look no further than St. Pauli's Landungsbrücken.
The Tinsdal lighthouse has provided valuable services for the ships traveling down the Elbe.
Always free to pedestrians, the Alter Elbtunnel (lit. 'Old Elbe Tunnel') connects the Landungsbrücken piers with the port.
Standing proudly in the centre of the Stadtpark, the planetarium has been shining new light since its grand reopening in 2016!
In Hamburg's hip 'Schanze' area, these restored industrial buildings now host a unique mix of gastronomy, art and innovation.
The world’s largest warehouse complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see on every trip to Hamburg.
Don't be fooled by the modern facade: throughout the centuries, history's great musical minds have met and worked at this venerable building.
Industry meets ecology at Wasserkunst Elbinsel. Walk the trails, see the exhibits, and escape the city.