Want to go sightseeing in Hamburg? Don't miss Landungsbrücken, Speicherstadt, St. Michael's Church, City Hall and other highlights.
The impressive Rathaus or City Hall is Hamburg's seat of government: It is where Hamburg Parliament and the Senate assemble.
In the middle of HafenCity, towering above the river, is the city's newest landmark: the impressive concert venue Elbphilharmonie Hamburg.
Every Sunday morning, the Hamburger Fischmarkt (fish market) by the Elbe river attracts thousands of visitors: night owls and early birds alike!
Landungsbrücken (Piers) feature spectacular views and must-see historic waterfront buildings that double as a major public transport hub.
The World’s largest warehouse complex is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a must-see on every trip to Hamburg.
The 'Michel' is Hamburg's best-known church. Its bell tower offers a stunning view over the city.
The world's largest model railroad system has become one of the tourist highlights of the Hanseatic City.
You guessed that Hamburg offers more than the harbour, shopping arcades and musical theatres. Let us introduce you to alternative Hamburg!
From Romanic churches & Jugendstil mansions to sleek modern office buildings: Hamburg is full of stunning architecture.
Hamburg was built on trade, survived Danish, Prussian, French and Nazi rule, and endured fires, floods and diseases. Explore our history!
Think Hamburg, think harbour! Walk the tunnel, climb the masts, tour the docks and enjoy a concert! Your next stop: Landungsbrücken Piers!
25,000 heritage listed objects pay tribute to a millenium of history: Spot notorious pirates, famous composers and the world's biggest band!
City Hall, the Speicherstadt, Fischmarkt, Landungsbrücken, the Elbphilharmonie and the Michel. Find all sightseeing highlights here!
Hamburg is one of the greenest cities in Europe with a number of parks, botanical gardens, nature reserves and deep forrests. Surprised?
Discover steeples, organs, narrow stairs and panoramic views! Places of worship shaped Hamburg's skyline and people for centuries.