Visit Hamburg and the Elbphilharmonie by train
Historic buildings, charming shops, the modern port city, the legendary Reeperbahn and a wide variety of cultural attractions including theatres, museums and galleries make Hamburg worth a visit.
Hamburg is one of the most affluent growing cities in Europe.
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. Its network of waterways and canals - with even more bridges than Amsterdam - has earned Hamburg the nickname "Venice of the North". The arts-and-crafts markets, shops, open spaces, historical buildings, lively cultural scene, and diverse festivities shape the face of the charming city. Hamburg hosts the annual three-day Reeperbahn Festival at the end of September with a variety of music on offer to tempt any music lover. If you're a Beatles fan, remember Hamburg is also the place where the fab four made their name.
Discover the flair of Hamburg while sightseeing in the city!
You can conveniently reach Hamburg by train with Deutsche Bahn. Your first stop has to be the landmark Michel church which has a 160-metre-high tower providing a breath-taking yet breezy view of the harbour and surrounding area. Enjoy a boat tour from the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken and admire the new Elbe Philharmonic Hall, located on the rooftop of a warehouse in the old Speicherstadt port district. Visit the sophisticated shops and boutiques located along the Jungfernstieg or just take a stroll along the many canals to discover even more. Attend a musical such as The Lion King, then enjoy a night out on the town on the legendary Reeperbahn and end up at the early-morning fish market.Book now