Hamburg Film Commission
|Contact: Christiane Scholz|
Tel. ++ 49 40 / 3 98 37 15
Fax ++49 40 / 3 98 37 10
Being the second-largest container harbour in Europe makes Hamburg one of the most significant international harbour cities and trade metropolises in the world. Its multifaceted character makes it an ideal shooting location for almost any given story: from cutting edge architecture in the HafenCity to the historical old warehouse district, from noble villas on the shores of the Alster Lake to industrial plants in the harbour or the world-renowned red-light district of St. Pauli.
The large Outer Alster Lake in the heart of Hamburg boasts a surface area of 1.6 square kilometres and provides manifold perspectives between water and the city.
Ovelgönne harbour promenade – contrasting architecture opposite the major container terminals.
Built in the 19th century, Hamburg’s warehouse quarter is now a protected site of historical heritage.
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