View Point

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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.

From the top of View Point up to 25 people at the same time can view the events and current changes in the HafenCity: the new buildings at Sandtorkai and Dalmannkai, the Elbphilharmonie concert hall at the historic Kaispeicher A and the cruise ships coming in at the Überseequartier. A display chart helps you find your way in the area. And with the telescope a leap across the Elbe is easy. All in all: The viewing tower is in the truest sense of the word a symbol of the good prospects for the growing metropolis of Hamburg.

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