Top Sees for a Fee
Even if you’re not a train enthusiast, there’s still tonnes of fun to be found at Miniatur Wunderland, the largest interactive model railway in the world. Filled with a variety of miniature model scenes depicting different cities, villages and eras, there’s everything from interactive airports to skyscrapers, all crafted with an incredible level of detail.
Kehrwieder 2-4, Block D, 20457 Hamburg. Tickets: Children under 16: €7.50; Seniors Seniors (ages 65+) 13; Adults €15.
Capture Instagram-worthy snaps around the charming Speicherstadt complex – one of the largest port warehouse districts in the world. Home to carpet, coffee and tea traders, this historic UNESCO World Heritage Site is stacked with striking red brick buildings alongside the Elbe river. Take a stroll along the network of narrow cobblestone streets, canals and bridges, stop off at one of the many coffee shops and
restaurants or pay a visit to the chocolate, spice or coffee museums.