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Hamburg Tourismus GmbH
Steinstrasse 7
20095 Hamburg

Hamburg's Mönckebergstrasse

In the heart of this Hanseatic city you can shop for the latest goods among the historical façades of the palatial shopping arcades or in state-of-the-art buildings. Europe's largest sports shop, the world's biggest electronics store, and the largest shoe store in Europe are sure to whet your shopping appetite.

The Hanseatic city's main shopping street
Along the "Mö", as the people of Hamburg like to call their favourite shopping street, the old merchant's villas are now home to a wide variety of huge department stores. Ever since it was built at the beginning of the 20th century, this magnificent boulevard between the main train station and the town hall has embodied the economic power of the Hanseatic city and today welcomes visitors from all over the world.
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Places of interest

Hamburg Reeperbahn
The port is the second-largest container terminal in Europe and Hafencity is Europe's largest urban construction project. The river Elbe, where the port is located, has been vital in shaping the city's development throughout history. The Alster lake is a recreational area in the heart of the city. Blankenese is an exclusive residential suburb; the baroque church of St. Michael is Hamburg's most famous landmark. The Speicherstadt warehouse district is the world's largest former warehouse complex – and last but not least there is the Reeperbahn, the renowned "red light district”.
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Hamburg Mini Wonderland, copyright Miniaturwunderland
Hamburg has more than 50 museums offering an informative, fun and educational experience, from the Museum of Art and Craft to special exhibitions in the Bucerius Art Forum to the miniature railway wonderland in the warehouse district. From Ernst Barlach House to the Hamburg Dungeon, there is no limit to art in Hamburg.
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