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Kennedy and Lombards Bridges

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The Kennedy and Lombard bridge is a picturesque bridge that leads visitors over the Alster and marks the old course of the city used to separate the Outer Alster from the Inner Alster.

Today, the Lombardsbrücke bridge is a popular photo motif. From the Jungfernstieg via the Binnenalster, the Lombardsbrücke is unmistakable. But even from the Lombardsbrücke itself you can not only photograph the Hamburg panorama but also simply let your gaze wander and look at the city centre from a different perspective. By the way: the Kennedy Bridge behind it was subject to strict design guidelines. The Jungfernstieg as well as the Außenalster did not disturb the view and the unique cityscape with the Lombardsbrücke. Today, the Kennedy Bridge elegantly hides behind the Lombardsbrücke.

 

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT All around the Alster

There is much to do around the Alster, one of the must-sees in our beautiful harbour city – Gründerzeit quarters and exclusive residential areas delight fans of architecture, joggers and cyclists. Many individual shops, cafés and restaurants invite visitors to linger. For a workout, for relaxation or just to take a stroll – the Alster is always a pleasant experience!

All around the Alster

THIS MIGHT INTEREST YOU AS WELL Further recommendations

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Explore one of the largest non-nuclear submarines in the world, U-434 U-434 submarine museum

Explore one of the largest non-atomic submarines in the world, U-434. It was once used by the Russian Navy for espionage, now it is moored in Hamburg as a submarine museum.

U-434 submarine museum
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Outstanding German civil engineering Alter Elbtunnel

When the old Elbe Tunnel, also called St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel, opened in 1911, it was a technical sensation. Today, it is a nostalgic and lovingly tended piece of Hamburg history – and has already celebrated its 100th anniversary.

Alter Elbtunnel
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View Point

A viewing tower offers a host of new perspectives of the growing HafenCity in Hamburg. However, it is not only the view which is spectacular. The View Point itself is very eye-catching.

View Point

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