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.

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Discover the flair of Hamburg while sightseeing in the city!

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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.

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