The historic Speicherstadt with the legendary Chilehaus stands for the rise of Hamburg into a cosmopolitan city. They are the world’s largest contiguous warehouse complex and present themselves today as a living cultural district (UNESCO World Heritage Site). Small streets, bridges and canals connect the buildings.

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Built three times and twice completely destroyed between 1647 – 1912- the main church of St. Michaelis is still one of the most impressive buildings in this Hanseatic city. On the platform at a height of 106 metres, the fabulous view over Hamburg offers a completely new and enthralling perspective.

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From the floating pier, the harbour cruises, the harbour ferries and the HADAG steamers start for Finkenwerder, Oevelgönne and Blankenese. There is also the beginning of the old Elbe Tunnel, a nostalgic and not to be missed piece of Hamburg’s history.

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The new cultural landmark is built right in the middle of the Elbe River on about 1,700 reinforced concrete piles. The building complex designed by the architects Herzog & de Meuron is home to two concert halls, a hotel, apartments and the Plaza, an accessible square, at 37-metres high with a 360° panorama over the city.

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