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Our offline map offers you information about 29 top destinations, featuring high-quality descriptions, photos, and reviews written by real travelers.


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Top places of interest

Here is a list of just a few of the places of interest that you can find on our offline map.

Frustberg House

The Frustberg House, also known as the Tiefbrunn House, is a former property and a baroque brick manor house at Frustberg in the Hamburg borough of Groß Borstel. The property became a summer residence for wealthy Hamburg citizens from 1651. The current...

Wellingsbüttel Manor

Wellingsbüttel Manor is a former manor with a baroque manor house (German: Herrenhaus) in Hamburg, Germany, which once enjoyed imperial immediacy (Reichsfreiheit).Wellingsbüttel was documented for the first time on 10 October 1296. Since 1937 it has fo...

Alter Botanischer Garten Hamburg

The garden is located on the site of Hamburg's old botanical garden at the city wall, established 1821 by Professor Johann Georg Christian Lehmann (1792–1860). Its alpine garden was established in 1903; most plants were subsequently moved to the new Bo...


Although the garden's institutional history dates to its first establishment in 1821 and transfer in 1919 to the University of Hamburg, today's Loki-Schmidt-Garten, then Botanischer Garten Hamburg, opened in 1979. Its earlier site still remains as the ...

Planten un Blomen

The first plant was a Platanus, planted by Johann Georg Christian Lehmann in November 1821. It can be seen next to the Hamburg Dammtor station entrance of the park. In 1953 and 1973 the Internationale Gartenbauausstellung (International Horticulture Sh...

Botanischer Sondergarten Wandsbek

The Botanischer Sondergarten Wandsbek (1.5 hectares) is a municipal botanical garden located in the Eichtalpark, Wandsbek, at Walddörferstraße 273, Hamburg, Germany. The garden began in 1926 as a school garden and became a municipal garden in 1956. It ...


The Chilehaus building is famed for its top, which is reminiscent of a ship's prow, and the facades, which meet at a very sharp angle at the corner of the Pumpen- and Niedernstrasse. The best view of the building is from the east. Because of the accent...


The Davidwache (David(s) Watch) is the best known police station in Hamburg, which is located in the St. Pauli quarter near Reeperbahn, and, more exact, at the corner of Spielbudenplatz square and Davidstraße. Today, it is the seat of Hamburg Police De...

Fish Auction Hall

The Fish Auction Hall was built in Altona, today part of Hamburg, Germany, in 1895/96 at the newly constructed fishing port. It is located at 9, Große Elbstraße. From 1982 to 1984 it was fully renovated. Since 1984 it is a cultural heritage monument, w...

Great Tower Neuwerk

The construction of the 'new werk' was started in 1300. It was completed after ten years in 1310. The style of a keep matches the common Norman tower type of the time. Contrary to some literature, the tower was built in this form from the beginning. Th...

Hamburg City Hall

Hamburg City Hall (German: Rathaus) is the seat of local government of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Germany. It is the seat of the government of Hamburg and as such, the seat of one of Germany's 16 state parliaments. The Rathaus is located i...

Jenisch House

The house is designed as a large cube, with a basement, two main floors and an attic floor. The windows are in a 1-3-1 ratio and focus on the center. On the main floors the windows reach almost completely from the floor to the ceiling. The front of the...

Othmarschen station

In 1858 planning for the rail line Altona – Blankenese begun, in 1867 the first trains rolled. And in 1882 an Othmarschen stop was built, this stop was western of today's station. In 1897, with the development of the double tracked line, the current Ot...


The Speicherstadt in Hamburg, Germany is the largest warehouse district in the world where the buildings stand on timber-pile foundations, oak logs, in this particular case. It is located in the port of Hamburg—within the HafenCity quarter—and was buil...


The fountain is named after Günther Ludwig Stuhlmann, founder and director of Altonaer Gas- und Wasseranstalt AG, the gas and water works of Altona, which were built on his private ground at the banks of river Elbe. In the 1970s during the construction...

Blankenese High Lighthouse

Since November 29, 1984, the Blankenese High Lighthouse or known as Blankenese Lighthouse Upper, together with the Blankenese Low Lighthouse, forms a range of lights for ships sailing upriver on the Elbe. With 8,410 meters it is the longest range of th...

Blankenese Low Lighthouse

The Blankenese Low Lighthouse forms since November 29, 1984 together with the Lighthouse High Blankenese a range of lights for ships sailing upriver on the Elbe, with 8,410 meters, the longest at the Unterelbe, at the Hamburg district Blankenese. Their...


From the 1850s to the early 1930s the ground's emigration halls were last homestead for some five million emigrants from various parts of Europe, waiting for their departure to the Americas. The BallinStadt museum was opened in 2007 and named after Alb...

Beatlemania Hamburg

Beatlemania Hamburg was a museum in Hamburg devoted to The Beatles. The museum opened in May 2009 conceived as a "Beatles experience". It was located in the St. Pauli district, near the Beatles-Platz and the Große Freiheit, location of the clubs in ...

Bucerius Kunst Forum

The Bucerius Kunst Forum wants to impart art of high quality in new contexts. The exhibitions focus on one topic, epoch or artist. They are supposed to show artistic coherences, relationships between epochs and disciplines and to build bridges between ...









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