Alter Elbtunnel, Hamburg
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
You can cross the Elbe river 24 m (80 ft) below the water's surface through Alter Elbtunnel. This subterranean tunnel, constructed in 1911, connects the city center of Hamburg with the dock and shipyard district of the south banks. Inside the tunnel, you can admire the collection of glazed ceramic motifs. Walk through to the south side of the river for impressive views of the cityscape and surrounding area. Pedestrians and bicyclists can use the tunnel 24 hours a day. Motor traffic is restricted to certain hours. Plan your visit to Alter Elbtunnel and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Hamburg family vacation planner.
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Ein unbeschreibliches Gefühl, diesen Tunnel zu begehen. Lebende Geschichte. Und einmal etwas, dass nix kostet.An indescribable feeling to commit this tunnel. Living history. And once something that nothing costs.show original
Creusé sous l'Elbe ces deux petits tunnels du début des années 1900 permettent aux piétons,cyclistes et voitures de passer de l'autre côté du fleuve . Le passage est gratuit sauf pour le véhicules qui... read more »Dug under the Elbe these two small tunnels in the early 1900s allow pedestrians, cyclists and cars to pass across the river. The passage is free except for the vehicles which descend underground through the huge elevators provided for this purpose. Currently one of the two tunnels is closed and vehicles and men share a single tunnel in both directions. Once inside, you can admire the port in all its gloryshow original
Einmalig auf der Welt. Nostalgie in Kacheln und Mechanik, zu empfehlen mit dem Fahrrad, dann kann man auf der Hafenseite weiterfahrenUnique in the world. Nostalgia in tiles and mechanics recommend bicycle, then you can continue on the port sideshow original
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Marko BudarickAmong the mandatory sightseeing points in Hamburg. The old Elbe tunnel was built at that time for the workers at the port, who however resided in St.Pauli. The tunnel is still in use today and some cars drive through.show original
Da BuAbsolutely worth seeing. Here you can experience up close how Hamburg has developed 100 years ago. Free of charge and with a wonderful view from the other side of the Elbe in Hamburgshow original
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Ulrich GatterbauerIf possible use one of the historic elevators for passenger cars; After the Unterqueren of the river Elbe, one has a wide panoramic view of the silhouette of the city.show original
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