My Favorites | Highlights

My Favorites | Highlights

City Managers favorite places

4/5

Planten un Blomen

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

The Low German expression Planten un Blomen means „plants and flowers“ - of which there are indeed several and also several different kinds in this park. The beautiful park with a size of about 45 hec...

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5/5

Deichtorhallen

Culture

Deichtorhallen Hamburg is one of Europe’s largest exhibition center for contemporary art and photography.

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5/5

Elbe Beach

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Not only worth visiting during summer: A stroll along the nearby banks of the Elbe is attractive in every season.

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4.3/5

old Elbe Tunnel

Sights

The old Elbe Tunnel was opened on May 7th 1911 as "St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel" and was considered a technical marvel. The old Elbe Tunnel was built to relieve the ferry operations on the Elbe, as the numbe...

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Top 10 for first-time visitors

5/5

City Hall

Sights

The City Hall is the headquarters of the parliament and the Senate (state government) of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg. The architecturally magnificent building on the Inner Alster was built...

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4.6/5

Hamburg Fishmarket

Shops and markets

The Fishmarket in Altona is one of the biggest Highlights and a Must do and see whenever you come to Hamburg – the origin dates back to the rivalry between Hamburg and Altona. Every sunday from 5.00 t...

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4.3/5

Alsterpark

Squares, Parks and Playgrounds

Along the waterfront and in the meadows of the park sun-seekers, students, employees of nearby offices and consulates, as well as plenty of others enjoy the nature and the City views. They watch the s...

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4.3/5

old Elbe Tunnel

Sights

The old Elbe Tunnel was opened on May 7th 1911 as "St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel" and was considered a technical marvel. The old Elbe Tunnel was built to relieve the ferry operations on the Elbe, as the numbe...

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4.3/5

Sankt Michaelis Church - "Michel"

Sights

The protestant St. Michaelis Church, often affectionately called "Michel" by locals, is not only Hamburg's largest church; but also one of the most famous landmarks of the city. The 132m high tower of...

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