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A beautiful building which you can’t miss when visiting. Didn’t do a tour but didn’t feel it necessary; certain it would be great though.
On a wet day it has a fabulous bar / restaurant which you can hide away in and while away the...More
We all take in the grandeur of Europe’s churches but it’s not often that a Town Hall can reach that level of architectural beauty. Hamburg’s Town Hall is one of the city’s main attractions in a town filled with architectural landmarks. And for only five...More
Even though (unfortunately) the guided tours had been cancelled on the day I visited, t is a beautiful place to visit. The architecture and history of the place will make your time spent there worthwhile.
We visited Hamburg and had a walking tour around city center.
It was very crowded with the many stores in the area. Getting to the town Hall was a god view of the building, that has a lot of sculptures all around it as well...More
While our cruise ship was berthed in the port of Kiel, we took a guided tour to Hamburg.
After visiting a number of locations around the inner city area, we were given an hour of free time in the vicinity of the Town Hall Square....More
The best thing about this place that it has very minimal security guards but a very peaceful atmosphere with a very unique architecture.
Entrance is free and the fountain was giving very positive emotions to the visitors.
The Hamburg City Hall is the seat of local government and functioning administrative centre of the city. It's a beautiful Neo-Renaissance style building, accentuated by the many architectural sculptures of rulers and guilds. It's possible to enter the town hall and there are exhibition, although...More
It was quite surprising to see that you can visit the entrance hall. It does provide some interesting information on the building and an idea of its grandeur.
Very much enjoyed the visit, short but sweet.