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Quite freaky to see the entrance to this place, looking over the edge of the railings (and going down the stairs) to get from the street level down to the tunnel level. Amazing that cars etc go up and down there in a lift. Impressive...More
Considering this is a top Hamburg attraction - it is totally pointless. Difficult to find both location and entrance, although in reality, right next to the Hard Rock. Walk to the other end of the tunnel, go outside to the car park, take some photos...More
We walked up and down the tunnel with our 2 children. It is amazing to think that you are 20 meters below, under the river, and how this structure was and it is still useful for people living in Hamburg. You understand the importance of...More
If you appreciate enginnering this is a well worth place to visit. No fee to enter the tunnel and it was nice to watch people on their bikes and cars going up and down the elevator.
On the other side you can see the main...More
Under the Elbe and out the other side. The tunnel is really useful to cross the Elbe and take photos of Hamburg.
The tunnel itself is a testament to the rigours of engineering and worth a look when in Hamburg. Beautifully built and will be...More
Always wanted to visit here since seeing it in the Odessa File! The entrances to the tunnel aren’t actually that easy to find, as it’s not sign posted. Once inside take the large elevator down into the depths of the tunnel. There’s some nice decorations,...More
Being renovated, so probably not at its best - worth walking through if you have time, the old lifts look like they are impressive (but weren't working and were being done up), the tunnel is nothing amazing and there's nothing to do on the far...More
An interesting place to visit, and one which I suspect is quite unique. Good that the tunnel is free to access (unless you are driving a car). Amazing to think of the engineering that went into building this over 100 years ago.