This spice and herb museum invites you to exercise your olfaction to the fullest.
Even the worst cynics are quickly transformed into fans of this vast miniature world that goes on and on. The model trains wending their...
Camped-up chamber of horrors brought to life by actors, incorporating various thrill rides, all housed in an old warehouse. It's pricey...
Alt Hamburger Aalspeicher
Despite its tourist-friendly location, the knick-knack–filled dining room and warm service at this restaurant in a 400-year-old...
Lonely Planet review
A squat brown-brick former warehouse at the far west of HafenCity is the base for the architecturally bold new Elbphilharmonie, which will become a major concert hall. Pritzker Prize–winning Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron are responsible for the design, which captivates with its details like the 1096 individually curved glass panes. Also captivating for locals is the building's planned completion date, which was once 2010. But like butterflies in the spring, new dates have flitted by and 2015 is now being mooted. While the budget soars, it is hoped that a Westin Hotel will open in part of the complex in 2013.