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Speicherstadt, Hamburg

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Historic Walking Area Architectural Building
Walk the canal-lined streets of the world's largest warehouse complex in Hamburg's Speicherstadt. Head to the Miniatur Wunderland in this iconic landmark, and you'll be fascinated by the largest digitally operated miniature railroad in the world. The district along the Hamburg port features stately Neo-Gothic buildings with trendy restaurants, traditional shops, and fine galleries. You can stroll over the many canal bridges to admire the impressive industrial architecture. To view the district from the water, you can rent a boat to tour the port. Plan to visit Speicherstadt and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Hamburg attractions using our Hamburg vacation planner.
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  • europe is now as i have learned all about the buildings the shapes and the old very old history - these row buildings and the way they stand erect today is what i feel europe is famous for along with ...  more »
  • If you are an adict photographer or like architecture it is a must. It can be easily connected with some of the museums or attractions as there are many of those hier in this buildings (Like the Minia...  more »
  • A short walk from the city center, this world heritage site is worth visiting with many vantage points for beautiful picture taking. My family enjoyed the canals, bridges and the various interesting s...  more »
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  • There were 5 or 6 different choices for espresso beans, which was quite nice. Usually one might find a choice of only 1 or 2 espresso beans, while the selection is usually larger for filter coffee. The little cookie they served with my cappuccino was quite delicious: a buttery, chocolatey, spicy little morsel. It is a bit loud, but that was fine with me. The wireless works quite well as well.
  • Great experience. Come here for the full coffee experience with production and cafe and shop all in one open space. The selection of coffee is great both in the cafe as well as the shop, but prices are quite high compared. Very serious about the cupping in the cafe though! Great baristas overall!
  • The place offers superb coffee and cakes. It has a nice ambience although it can get really, really crowded and noisy at times. Plenty of coffee-related gifts and merchandises available to purchase for coffee-lovers!
  • Great cake and more important - loads of coffee options to choose from: several different beans and quite a few brew methods. While this is closer to a coffee house than an Australian style hipster coffeeshop, it's definitely worth going. Usually very busy though.
  • Friendly staff even the shop is always busy. Coffee is good and the cake is perfect. (I tried the one with cranberries on top.). Highly recommended.