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Here are a few things to look out for in and around the city.

  • http://www.miniatur-wunderland.de/

    Miniatur Wunderland

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    http://www.miniatur-wunderland.de/

    Miniatur Wunderland

    Miniatur Wunderland is the largest model railway system in the world. Visitors can admire countries, and even an airport, in miniature. Several sections are already completed, with construction areas open to observe the process.

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  • Dining – lunch with friends

    Café Paris

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    Dining – lunch with friends

    Café Paris

    Café Paris is an authentic piece of France in the heart of Hamburg! Enjoy typical French dishes like steak-frites, merguez or tartare in the grand hall with its lovely Art Nouveau ceiling.

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  • Dining – Dinner with friend

    The Bank

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    Dining – Dinner with friend

    The Bank

    This brasserie and bar is located in a former banking hall for which it is named. The team at The Bank serves international gourmet cuisine - traditional with a modern flair - at fair prices.

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  • Dining – Dinner with friends

    Das Mehl

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    Dining – Dinner with friends

    Das Mehl

    Former art director, Lennert Wendt, loves pizza and “everything made with ‘Mehl’ “(English: flour). So he opened his own restaurant where you can create your own pizza or choose one of the special creations.

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  • Dining – Dinner with a view

    Clouds Heaven’s Bar & Kitchen

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    Dining – Dinner with a view

    Clouds Heaven’s Bar & Kitchen

    At 105 meters high, enjoy dinner at this highest restaurant in town, located on the 23rd floor in the “dancing towers”. The rooftop terrace offers a panoramic view of Hamburg.

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  • Things to see – Alternative diversions

    Harbor boat trip

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    Things to see – Alternative diversions

    Harbor boat trip

    From the Landungsbrücken you can book a tour through the harbor and observe the skyline from the water. Tip - Take one of the smaller barges. Their trips include a tour through the amazing Speicherstadt

  • Things to see – Alternative diversions

    Reeperbahn

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    Things to see – Alternative diversions

    Reeperbahn

    On the Reeperbahn, Hamburg's red-light district rubs shoulders with restaurants, bars, theaters and nightclubs. The street's nightlife has something for everyone. After an all-nighter, stop at the Fischmarkt along Elbe’s harbour and browse the stands for fish, fruit, flowers, clothes and more. Open Sundays, 5:00 am – 9:30 a.m

  • Things to see – historical sites

    Speicherstadt and HafenCity

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    Things to see – historical sites

    Speicherstadt and HafenCity

    Whether the historical warehouse complex in Speicherstadt, the currently under-construction Elbe Philharmonic Hall, or the large passenger ships at the docks, there’s a lot to explore in the HafenCity quarter, located on the river Elbe.

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Founded as “Annoncenbüro William Wilkens” in 1876, we proudly call ourselves the oldest advertising agency in Germany. We are also proud of our client-agency relationship with Beiersdorf, which has lasted for over 100 years. Today, we are part of the FCB Network that spans 150 offices in 90 countries. With an equal focus on creativity and accountability, FCB is committed to producing brilliant ideas that change consumer behaviour. As a global, fully integrated marketing communications agency, FCB provides clients with highly collaborative, channel-neutral thinking that delivers engagement and, most importantly, action.

1876

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128

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37

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Management

Daniel Könnecke

CEO

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Creative

Christoph Nann

CCO

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New Business

David Liebrecht

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Human Resources

Karola Fischer

Human Resources Director

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Public Relations

Elke Jacob

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