• Breakfast at the hotel
• Visiting the Miniatur Wunderland and Elbphilarmonie
After the breakfast we drive to the old part of the city: the "Speicherstadt", the largest warehouse complex in the world that extends over around 26 hectares. It was built on thousands of oak piles between 1883 and the late 1920s. Now Speicherstadt sets modern accents through the predominant use of modern building materials such as glass and steel - an exciting contrast to the neo-Gothic brick architecture. Here one of Hamburg's top attractions is located here - miniature wonderland. It is the world's largest model train exhibition. Here you can find more than 1,000 trains, 130,000 trees, 263,000 figures, 9,250 cars, 4,340 houses and bridges that were set up by more than 300 employees in over 795,000 hours of work. In this miniature world you will see take off of the planes, following trains through tunnels and over bridges in about 15 countries of Europa, America and Asia.
After this impressive excursion through the wonderland we have a rest in a Speicherstadt coffee roaster from 1888 and then together with a guide continue to explore the UNESCO World heritage-listed Speicherstadt warehouse district and get an insight on the history of this gorgeous place. At the end of the tour we go up on the most outstanding buildings in Germany - Elbphilharmonie - to enjoy the beautiful view on the port.
The second part of the day is free for you to walk through the city or visit its museums, such as Maritime museum, art gallery, museum of Hamburg history and others.
• Overnight in Hamburg