From Romanic churches & Jugendstil mansions to sleek modern office buildings: Hamburg is full of stunning architecture.
The world’s largest warehouse complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see on every trip to Hamburg.
Alter Elbtunnel (lit. old Elbe tunnel) connects Landungsbrücken with the port. You can cross this impressive landmark for free at all times.
Standing proudly in the centre of the Stadtpark, the planetarium has been shining new light since its grand reopening in 2016!
The enormous WWII bunker next to U3-station Feldstrasse hosts a music venue, a music store and there are plans for an urban rooftop garden.
Spectacular views, must-see historic waterfront buildings and a major public transport hub? Look no further than St. Pauli's Landungsbrücken.
Exclusive shops, cafes and restaurants galore: Venetian charm along the Jungfernstieg waterfront.
In the middle of HafenCity, towering above the river, is the city's newest landmark: the impressive concert venue Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
On the eastern tip of the futuristic HafenCity district, the construction of Hamburg’s tallest skyscraper is scheduled to commence in 2021.
The elegant Colonnaden pedestrian street features with magnificent Wilhelminian architecture and specialty boutiques.
In Hamburg's hip 'Schanze' area, old industry buildings were restored to host a unique mix of gastronomy, art and innovation.
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