Cranes, steeples and modern landmarks - the Hamburg skyline is full of striking buildings that grant incredible views over the city.
Towering above the Elbe and HafenCity is the city's newest landmark — the impressive concert venue Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
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.
The enormous WWII bunker on Feldstrasse hosts all kinds of music events, and there are plans for a massive rooftop garden.
The bridge connects the port area with the A7 motorway. It’s one of the most striking parts of the Hamburg skyline.
Standing proudly in the centre of the Stadtpark, the planetarium has been shining new light since its grand reopening in 2016!
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.
Hamburg's oldest church also has the city's highest accessible viewing platform. At 123 metres, you'll be treated to a panoramic view.
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.