In addition, there are more bridges than in Venice and one of the most imposing modern concert halls in the world. Opened in January 2017, the Elbe Philharmonic Hall (nicknamed "Elphi"), is not only worth a visit for music lovers. Young and old railway fans should not miss the world's largest model railway in the city’s miniature wonderland.
On the way into the city, one should visit the "Michel" for better orientation. From the airy platform of the Baroque church tower, 106 metres above the ground, you can enjoy a great view of the city. As is well known, opposites attract each other and so you can set out from the Baroque church to one of Hamburg's trendy multicultural neighbourhoods to have a cup of coffee - or an Astra beer brewed in Hamburg-Altona: the districts of Karoviertel, Schanzenviertel and Eimsbüttel are waiting for you.
On the way back to the Main Station, you should still have some energy and a desire for art, as the station is conveniently located in the heart of Hamburg's museum district. After all, you can catch a great night’s sleep on the Nightjet.