Promising metropolis.

Keep in mind:

Hamburg is and will remain one of the most popular travel destinations both at home and abroad, which makes it the ideal location for a new, special place that will further enhance the city’s architectural and cultural profile.

Right at the city’s heart and as extraordinary as Hamburg itself.

The central location of southern Überseequartier makes it easy to explore the surrounding area on foot. In addition to the spectacular Elbphilharmonie Concert Hall, sights nearby include the Maritime Museum, the legendary warehouse district Speicherstadt (a Unesco World Heritage Site) and the beautiful St. Peter’s Church. The Jungfernstieg promenade is also just one stop away by underground. And if you’re in a hurry: Hamburg Central Station is just 1 km away as the crow flies, with train connections to all parts of the city and throughout Germany.

Close to water. And close to the city’s pulse.

Explore the immediate surroundings of southern Überseequartier.

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Miniatur Wunderland

The world’s largest model railway exhibition on an area of ​​1490 square meters.

Hamburg City Hall

The architecturally magnificent building with its 112-meter-tall tower is a striking landmark in Hamburg’s cityscape.

Inner Alster Lake

Hamburg’s pride. Shop and relax while enjoying a great panoramic view of the southern part of the Alster.

St. Peter’s Church

One of Hamburg’s five main churches, named after the Apostle Peter. Climb the 123-meter-tall church tower for a bird’s-eye view of the city.

International Maritime Museum of Hamburg

An extensive collection of model ships, construction plans, paintings and more. With over 40,000 individual pieces, it is the word’s largest maritime collection.


This district, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a vibrant cultural quarter today. With its traditional office buildings in the style of brick expressionism of the early 20th century, it is one of Hamburg’s main attractions and draws many visitors.


The Speicherstadt, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, is among the world’s largest historic warehouse complexes. With its beautiful brick buildings it is well worth seeing and a magnet for visitors.

Hamburg Central Station

With up to 500,000 travelers per day, Hamburg’s central station is one of the most frequented railway stations in Germany.

Good neighbors: northern Überseequartier.

Southern and northern Überseequartier form a unit that offers everything the heart desires on an area of almost 14 hectares. Right in the heart of the city.

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northern Überseequartier

Centrally located and easy to reach.

By public transport

Due to its proximity to the city center, there’s a direct connection to southern Überseequartier from Hamburg Central Station on the U4 underground line.

By car

Easily accessible from every direction: Connect to the motorway to the south (A1, A253), east (A24), north and west (A7, A23). In addition, there are altogether about 2,500 parking spaces at your disposal.

By ferry

Taking the ferry makes for a special experience. With its location right on the shore of the river Elbe, southern Überseequartier can easily be reached via the cruise ship terminal “HafenCity”. Public ferries stop at the station Elbphilharmonie.