See the Industrial Architecture of Speicherstadt
Hamburg’s Speicherstadt is the world’s largest warehouse district and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Constructed on the River Elbe between 1883 and the 1920s its neo-gothic architecture is a sight to behold. The warehouse district is home to many of Hamburg’s weird and wonderful tourist attractions including Miniatur Wunderland, Automuseum Prototyp and Hamburg Dungeon which takes daring visitors on a ghoulish trip through the city’s history. There are also chic restaurants and cafes where you can sip latte and watch tourist boats as they glide by. However, one of the most exciting ways to see the architectural splendour of Speicherstadt is on a HafenCity Riverbus. Don’t be fooled, these are no ordinary modes of transportation, this is an actual amphibious bus which operates on land and water. It’s a great way to navigate the waterways and observe the district from a unique perspective.