What to do in Hamburg

Elbphilharmony ‚Elphi‘

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The plaza of the ‚Elphi‘ is open daily. You can either get free tickets at the cashier point (with possible waiting time) or purchase them online for 2€ and skip the line. 

Miniature Wonderland

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With an area of 1499qm ( 16.135 sqft), 263.000 characters, 15.400m (50.525ft) of rails and much more, this is the biggest model railway worldwide. Constructions started in 2000 and to this day the site is expanded continuesly. Perfect choice in. ase of the typical Hamburg ‚Shiet weather‘ (rain!!!)

St Michael‘s Church ‚Michel‘

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The St Michael‘s Church, called ‚Michel‘ is one of Hamburg‘s main spots. Especially impressive is the massiv nave which boasts 5 different organs and the crypt below. From the observation deck which is at 106m (348ft) you are offered a fabtastic panorama view of the city and it‘s harbour.

Outer Alster lake and the fleets

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The Outer Alster lake and it‘s canals, called Fleets, offers a great opportunity to explore Hamburg as seen from the water, either standup paddleing or using a pedalo/kayak

Planten un Blomen

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Inbetween the Congress Center Hamburg and Millerngate beats Hamburg‘s ’green lung‘. The traditional park harbours different themed gardens, among them the ‚Old Botanical Garden Hamburg‘ and one of the major Japanese Gardens in Europe. Planten un Blomen offers much more than ‚plants and flowers‘.

And there is so much more to do...

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Wether you‘re looking for a place to have a drink, do some shopping or relax, the interactive map offers some suggestions.