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The Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg’s newest cultural landmark, officially opened in January 2017. An attraction for Hamburg residents and visitors from all across the world, the concert hall lies on the banks of the Elbe and is surrounded on three sides...more
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Platz der Deutschen Einheit 1 | At the Magellan-Terrassen, 20457 Hamburg, Germany
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We went in the evening to Elbphilharmonie to have a look, unfortunately we did not have concerttickets. But iT is possible to enter the building for 2 euro’s per person. The stairs was already a sightseeing, really impressive. On the first Floor you can have...More
A short stay in Hamburg gave us the opportunity to visit the Elbe Philhamonie, as the sun was setting over the waters of the Elbe.
We had a wonderful ten minutes observing the activities on the water and the nearby Warehouse District, before going for...More
While I stayed in Westin hotel which is situated above the Philharmonie I used escalators and that was an interesting point of te building - even some would say they look like any other escalators in subway. But you do not expect them in a...More
Seeing the outside of the Elbphilharmonie from land and from the water on a mostly sunny day with sun and clouds bouncing off the glistening exterior is spectacular. Going inside to look around, however, is not worth it. The very, very long escalator takes you...More
The first ever architectural master piece and the most awaited one by Herzog de Meuron in Hamburg, finally got inaugurated and i was lucky to witness it.
Being a visitor the management granted certain timings for the public to visit the building.
Excitedly and overwhelming...More
A must visit if you are in Hamburg. A walk along the Panasonic 360 balcony in the middle of the building is breathtaking.
An architectural marvel. Exceptionally amazing sound quality. Top notch international performances. Brilliant job done by the Hamburg authorities.
Even if you don't get one of the rare tickets to visit a concert or what else -
visit one of the most exciting buildings I know.
Free entrance, but start at 10 am in the morning, to get in without long waitingtime.
Sorry, can't help. I didn't go to any performance, just had a look around the building. Impressive. There's a guided tour available but it was booked out during the days we were wanting to go there. Good luck!
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Yes, there is a Restaurant . STOERTEBECKERS....to describe the cusine...difficcult...the concept is unlike i ver see something before. looks like a cool bar ( tables, chairs in Barstyle) but the food is high standard. the is... More
Yes, there is a Restaurant . STOERTEBECKERS....to describe the cusine...difficcult...the concept is unlike i ver see something before. looks like a cool bar ( tables, chairs in Barstyle) but the food is high standard. the is a ship from the restaurant one level up where u can do Beertasting and have a casual lunch. for Dinner decently make a reservation!