Wedel is a town in the district of Pinneberg, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is situated on the right bank of the Elbe, approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of Elmshorn, and 17 kilometres (11 mi) mile, west of Hamburg.
Restaurants in Wedel
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If you're looking to wile away a couple of hours, then this is a fun and unusual way to do it. Watch container ships being serenaded with their national anthems, with either a welcome or farewell message, accompanied by ceremonial flags and the 'welcoming captain'. It's all the more fun if it's a sunny day and you can enjoy lunch along with the view. Strange but touching.
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5 based on 16 reviews
We enjoyed our time at Miniatur Wunderland. It was impressive and I agree with many other reviews that it is a good way to spend an hour or so. I think this depends on the kind of thing you like, once I had seen some of the areas I felt I had seen them all and started to eat bored! The miniature Hamburg airport is worth a see though!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
This part of the beach at the river Elbe is very nice, clean and ideal for young children to play in the water. Behind the beach there is a really nice playground for young children to play and for older ones to play football or beach volleyball. All kind of ships will pass on the river like container ships, cruiser and sailing boats.
The bar has a very nice feeling of caribou, holidays and sand. I love being here. They used to offer only drinks which are fine. Last time I had a Mojito which was a bit too much taste of rum otherwise fine. Their expansion to food is average. The pizzas are frozen. And I think a bit too pricey over the last year. The salads are nice. Last I had the prawn salad and I can recommend it. Food is too expensive.
The service is friendly. And don't forget in the first instance this is a bar. And for that it is great. The locality is used by regional TV for cooking show. Great place
4 based on 16 reviews
We have been coming to Badebucht for four years now. Our eight year old daughter absolutely loves playing here. The facilities are excellent and the staff are very friendly. We visited during the last two weeks of May 2013. My daugther loves participating in the swimming awards. This time she managed to achieve a pirate award :>
Cannot recommend a visit to this fantastic swimming pool.
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Walk the staircase area in the Blankenese neighborhood. The winding streets and hills offer Elbe views.
The Treppenviertel is a beautiful quarter consisting of small winding paths leading through the scenic hillside of Blankenesee. It is a lovely place for a quiet walk to take in the amazing views and amazing Gardens. There are a lot of stairs (as the name implies) but you can choose longer or shorter routes depending on your requirements. It also makes for a lovely place for runners to push themselves by attempting a run along the river and then up into the town.
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The Hamburg Zoo, opened in 1863, has a new elephant pavilion and new tropical aquarium. Animals are in naturalistic enclosures.
This is a good example of a developing zoo - there sure are some really old and outdated things, but you can also see lots of modern enclosures where animal welfare is obviously prioritized.
For example, i totally liked the expanded enclosure of the Kamtschatka bears or the Orang Utan dome.
There's a relatively new area called "Eismeer" where you can observe the magnificent walruses floating through the water (it's one of the very few zoos that shows walruses!) or watch different kinds of penguins in nice, modern enclosures. There's also polar bears, however, their enclosure seems rather boring and small...especially considering it was only built recently.
What's really funny and cute are the Maras and a family of Capybaras roaming free throughout the zoo!
The "Tropenhaus" can be visited seperately from the zoo and is definitely worth paying a visit as well.
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