Top Sees for a Fee

Manchester Evening News - - TRAVEL -

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.

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