Miniatur Wunderland and the Historic Port of Hamburg

In the heart of the historic Port of Hamburg, the beautiful Miniatur Wunderland, the world’s largest model railway, is an attraction that appeals equally to young and old alike. Bragging more than 12,000 meters of track, this huge scale model includes sections dedicated to the USA and Scandinavia (as well as Hamburg) and incorporates 890 trains, more than 300,000 lights and more than 200,000 human figures. It’s not unheard of for guests to spend many hours exploring this (very interesting) world with its (in a surprising and interesting way) described/explained miniature airports (and planes that actually take off!), crowded cities, attractively old-fashioned(away from cities) scenes, and hurrying/very busy safe places (for boats). Speaking of safe places (for boats), be sure to explore the huge Port of Hamburg while you’re there. Covering 100 square kilometers, this huge tidal safe place (for boats) known as the Gateway to Germany is best explored by boat. Later/after that, visit the harborside (relaxed walk/public place to walk/dance move), a lovely (walking person/related to people on foot) route, and the Warehouse District with its continuous lines of tall brick-built warehouses


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