This picturesque bridge was built in 1864-68 as part of the ring road. At the turn of the century it was widened to accommodate railway traffic. Tens of thousands of cars and both the metro and larger trains pass it daily. It is well-known for its panoramic views of the city centre and the Binnenalster. Its white lamps are also a firm classic among Hamburg's sights.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
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- Nearest Train: Hauptbahnhof