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City Hall, Speicherstadt, Fischmarkt, Landungsbrücken, Elbphilharmonie and Michel. Find all of the city's sightseeing highlights here!
Every Sunday morning, the Hamburg Fish Market by the Elbe attracts thousands of visitors, night owls and early birds alike!
Towering above the Elbe and HafenCity is the city's newest landmark — the impressive concert venue Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
The famous street in the heart of St. Pauli offers everything from theatres and galleries to trendy nightclubs and smoky sailor bars.
The 'Michel' is Hamburg's largest church and one of the city's must-see sights. Its bell tower offers a stunning view over the city.
The world’s largest warehouse complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see on every trip to Hamburg.
Spectacular views, historic waterfront buildings and a public transport hub? Look no further than St. Pauli's Landungsbrücken.
The impressive Rathaus (City Hall) is Hamburg’s seat of government. Hamburg's parliament and senate assemble here.
Standing proudly in the centre of the Stadtpark, the planetarium has been shining new light since its grand reopening in 2016!
Always free to pedestrians, the Alter Elbtunnel (lit. 'Old Elbe Tunnel') connects the Landungsbrücken piers with the port.
Schanzenviertel hosts boutiques, bars, restaurants and cafés, all with a quirky vibe by day and a cool alternative atmosphere by night.
You can see the TV tower from almost anywhere in Hamburg. Come 2023, you will also be able to see Hamburg from up there again.