Fresh fish or exotic fruits.
Fresh fish, exotic fruits, colourful flowers and above it all the cries of the market traders: The weekly fish market is as inseparably linked to Hamburg as St. Pauli and HSV football. Whether you’re buying fish by the kilogram, taking home one of the large fruit baskets or simply sampling a fish sandwich: When you visit Hamburg, the fish market should top your must-do list.
Experience ocean liners up close.
Each year numerous luxury liners call at Northern Germany’s harbour city. The Queen Mary 2, one of the world’s largest passenger ships, honours the Hamburg Cruise Center with several dockings each year. Don’t miss out on this magnificent spectacle and marvel at how the mammoth oceangoing vessels manoeuver through the Elbe, which suddenly seems so small.
Miniature railways on a big scale.
Hamburg’s historic Speicherstadt district has a special highlight in store – and not just for railway fans. The Miniature Wonderland is the world’s largest model train exhibition. Explore 1,300 m2 of creatively designed landscapes from Las Vegas and Scandinavia to a 6-metre-tall copy of the Swiss Alps. Let yourself be enchanted by the magical atmosphere – it’s fun for the whole family.
From international luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Gucci to traditional Hamburg shops such as Ladage & Oelke or Möhring, the Neuer Wall has everything the luxury enthusiast desires. Over a kilometre long, the street contains fashion boutiques, jewellers and even furniture stores. Whether you aim to shop or simply stroll past the stores: the Neuer Wall is definitely worth a visit.