The world largest modelrailway, Hamburg, Germany
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Miniatur Wunderland Hamburg
Block D 20457 Hamburg – Speicherstadt
Children smaller than 1 metre/3 feet (accompanied by parent): free
Children under 16 years: 5,00 €
Adults 10,00 €
Familycard (parents and 2 children): 28,00 €
every additional child: 4,00 €
Daily: 9:30 o'clock - 18:00 o'clock
Tuesdays: 9:30 o'clock - 21:00 o'clock
Saturdays: 8:00 o'clock - 21:00 o'clock
Sunday, Public Holidays: 8:30 o'clock- 20:00 o'clock
How to get there:
The closest train/bus main station is called the Hauptbahnhof, and the nearest subway (U-Bahn) station is Baumwall. To get to Baumwall station from the Hauptbahnhof, take the U-Bahn line U3 ( the yellow line) in the direction of Rathaus/Barmbek.
Recent travel tips for Hamburg
- Reeperbahn Street is HamburgRight in the heart of Hamburg's Saint Paul district lies the Reeperbahn Street, the center of the German city's nightlife. There are clubs and nightclubs everywhere, and the area also gives home to the red-light district of the city. I [...]D: 3mi10
- Eat at 'Das Weisse Haus'I really enjoyed my dinner here the other night. Although it's not cheap by any means, the food and atmosphere are great and the service is even better. I had some nice tuna tartar, followed by blood sausage on Apple, finished by beef [...]D: 3.2mi10
- The famous fish marketsIf you are at the city and if you like fish or other sea food, you definitels should go to the fish markets of Hamburg Altona. You have to get up a little bit early, but there you get the freshest fish you can get. [...]D: 10.8mi00
- Harbour part of the cityIf you are at Hamburg, go and visit the harbour area, especially the so called Speicherstadt. You can make boat rides through it and see the old store houses, sailing ships and really big freigthers. [...]D: 10.6mi00
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