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  1. Steve devon

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    hi, does any one know if you can park a motorhome at miniature wunderland in Hamburg , thought it might be a nice little trip over Christmas, thanks
     
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    I can't find any specific information, however, looking on street view, in the car park, the spaces are too small for a motorhome. BUT if you look at the road at the back, there is a motorhome parked there, so I would guess if there is room, you probably can.
     
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    Went to the Miniature Wunderland this year. Really had a great time well worth the visit. We parked up about 20 minute walk away and cost 14 euros alongside many other motorhomes. Click on Hamburg in our map to get GPS and a photo of the carpark. No facilities and a really pleasant walk along the harbour to get there.
    http://www.travelbunyip.com/homepage/follow-our-2015-trip-map/
    Hope this helps.
     
  4. Steve devon

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    Thanks for the replies, plenty to think about
     
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    Remember, in Hamburg, not all red lights are traffic lights.:whistle:
     
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    How true, as we walked back to the motorhome we went through the suburbs and found the red light light district. A cool night but some of the women were very scantily clad. An eye opener. have been to the redlight district in Amsterdam but there the ladies are in the windows and not on the streets.
     
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    There is a carpark near the fish market and not far from Minature Wonderland - it costs approx €20 / night.

    Minature Wonderland is great - we spent 3 hours there and only left as the kids had had enough - I could have spent much more time there.
     
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    As they are in Hamburg along Herbertstraße, just off the reeperbahn.
    Unofficially closed to under 18s and females.

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