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One of the most beautiful and cohesive parts of the city is the warehouse neighborhood that was once a reloading station for fragrant goods from all over the world; cocoa, coffee, spices and tobacco. The architecture is characterized by the 1870-80s Wilhelmine style with small towers, bizarre gables in red brick.

Some of the warehouses were built during the war, but much is today beautifully preserved. Today, carpets and computers still enter through the Speicherstadt, but today there are also restaurants, museums and experience centers. If you take a harbor tour, the trip always goes down between the warehouses. But you can also walk and find a number of the district’s attractions – Miniature Wunderland, Speicherstadtmuseum, Hamburg Dungeon.


Am Sandtorkai
20457 Hamburg


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