Covering an area of 260,000 sqm, it’s the world’s largest complex of warehouses built by the into the Elbe river. These warehouses are structured out of neo-gothic brick style from 1883 to 1927, and is enlisted as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Previously an important economic zone for the German empire, it was used to stock ingredients like tobacco, coffee, dried fruit, and spices. Today, Speicherstadt offers a variety of leisure activities for the guests. Visit during nightfall to experience the real taste of the city’s rich maritime past.