6 must-visit attractions in Hamburg, Germany

Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, is known as the "city on the water" and also has the most bridges of any city in Europe. Hamburg has the Alster Lake embedded in the city, the baroque-style St. Michael's Church, and the world cultural heritage site, the Kontorhausviertel. When the weather is good, you can ride a boat and cruise on the lake, shuttle through the bridges, and enjoy the ancient and modern water city.

Hamburg Port

Hamburg Port, known as the "gateway to the world," is Germany's largest port located downstream of the Elbe River. Take a boat trip here and wander along the city's waterways to enjoy the city's beautiful scenery. Alternatively, take a walk along the port's shores, where there are signs explaining Hamburg Port's past and future.

Miniature landscape world

Miniature Wonderland is a mini world with 5,000 buildings, 15,000 meters of railway tracks, 250,000 trees, and 25 individual figurines, etc. It has been built with incredible detail and realism according to a certain scale. The CNC railway model is the largest in the world and has been included in the Guinness World Records.
This 17th century church is a symbol of Hamburg, located west of the City Hall. It is the most important and beautiful Baroque-style church in northern Germany. The interior of the church is mainly white, with four large pillars for support and exquisite decorations. The bell tower is the most prominent feature of this church, offering a panoramic view of the entire city of Hamburg when you climb up.

Warehouse City

The warehouse district in the 19th century has now become Hamburg's most characteristic neighborhood. It is filled with various museums, design studios, restaurants and more, both by land and water. Similar to Beijing's 798, it has now become a new tourist attraction in Hamburg. The warehouse city at night is also very impressive, with 800 lights shining on the red brick walls and stone bridges, creating a dazzling spectacle.

Bauhaus Building Materials Market

Although it is an office building, it has been selected as a World Cultural Heritage site. This building is constructed with nearly 5 million bricks and is considered a model of Hamburg's historical trade buildings. The triangular shape, reddish-brown exterior, and uneven balconies give this building a sense of mystery.

The Yibei Avenue

The Eibei Avenue is built along the Eibei River and is 10 kilometers long. It is the busiest street in Hamburg, and the buildings on this street represent the characteristics of Hamburg, with each building having its own story.