Discover tours, attractions and activities for your next adventure
Expect to be mesmerized; eventhough the Miniatur Wunderland hasn't completely finished its contruction, but the tiny details are truly amazing. Enjoy the sights of America and Switzerland, among others, as well as a replica of Hamburg's airport and the city itself.
The world's largest integrated warehouse complex, Speicherstadt, is mentioned as a World Heritage Site by the Unesco. Lines of red-brick multi-storey warehouses with entrances from land and water; a unique Neo-gothic architecture treasure.
Tierpark Hagenbeck is a 19 hectares of ground consisting open-air enclosures for animals habitat, delightful botanic variety, beautiful panoramas, and cultural buildings. A home for about 2,000 animals including tigers, orang-utans, and giraffes. Don't miss out the Hagenbeck Eismeer to discover polar bears, penguins, walruses, and seals.
Known as Hamburger Kunsthalle, this is one of the largest and most important art museums in Germany. Housing seven centuries treasure trove of art, from the Renaissance era to the present day.
Hamburg Dungeon is must-visit tourist destination to experience 600 years of Hamburg's past through live shows, thrilling storytelling, exciting rides and intriguing special effects.
The Internationales Maritimes Museum
The Internationales Maritimes Museum explains Hamburg's history as a trading and shipping center. Considered the world's largest private collection of maritime treasures, it includes about 26,000 model ships, 1.5 million photographs, 2,000 films, and many more.
One of the wealthiest cities in Germany and self-labeling as 'The gateway to the world', surely there are fascinating things to do in Hamburg. As a maritime city, water activities such as swimming and sailing are very common; the maritime spirit of Hamburg also showed in the architectures and menus. Hamburg's history is admirable and honorable. But at the same time, the city maintains a very youthful vibe--thanks to the plenty universities and a vibrant night life.
How to Get Tickets?
The palace is open all year, except for December 25 (Christmas) and January 1 (New Years Day).
How To Get Around?
Public transport (line C3) will take you right to the ticket office. Alternatively, you can walk
What Should I Wear?
There is no certain dresscode, but be considerate when visiting the shrines.
Best Time to Visit
From March to May are the best time to visit Tokyo. Not only the temperatures are friendly, you will get to enjoy all the attractions without being bothered by overwhelming crowds. It is also recommended because you'll get to see cherry blossoms, and also attend festivals being held. Such as Bunkyo Ume Matsuri (Plum Festival), Fire-walking Festival (Hiwatari-sai), Edo Nagashibina (Floating Ceremony of Paper Hina Dolls), and many others.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, transportation is easy and you can find anything on this site.
How To Get There?
Make sure you bring plenty of cash because most food stalls only accept cash as a means of payment.If you run out of cash, head to a 7-eleven or other convenience store to use their ATM, as most of them are open 24/7. Please be aware of these 3 things that considerate to be very rude in Japan: pointing at people with fingers, eating in public, and taking candid pictures.