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Only in Hamburg

Probably the most famous landmark is the Elbphilharmonie, also affectionately known as the "Elphi". The longest escalator in Western Europe takes you up to the concert hall's viewing plaza. The historic Speicherstadt warehouse district right next door is characterised by turn-of-the-century warehouses and, together with the Kontorhaus quarter and the Chilehaus, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover Hamburg from a bird's eye view in Miniatur Wunderland, where the world's largest model railway takes you from the Hanseatic city to distant lands.

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Vibrant and dynamic Discovering art and culture

The lively art and culture scene characterises the cityscape - typical of Hamburg and yet constantly changing. In the Hamburger Kunsthalle you can experience one of the most important public art collections in Germany.

Discovering art and culture
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Thrilling and exciting Experience culture live

In the mood for live? Whether music festival, theatre, poetry slam or concert - in Hamburg there is something for everyone.

Experience culture live
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Discover at the best conditions Culture with the Hamburg CARD

There is a lot to discover in Hamburg. With the Hamburg CARD you are even more flexible on site, because you use all public transport free of charge and receive discounts at all participating cultural institutions and at a total of over 150 tourist attractions.

Culture with the Hamburg CARD

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