With nearly 300 different libraries in Hamburg, no topic is left uncovered.
GIGA Institute is home to the largest non-university information centre for area studies and comparative area studies in Germany.
Leibniz Information Centre for Economics is the world's largest infrastructure for economic literature — online as well as offline.
The five libraries of HAW University offer access to more than 200,000 print and electronic media to anyone who wishes to make use of them.
HafenCity University was established in 2006. The modern library focuses on topics concerning the urban environment.
The HFBK library focuses mainly on art and art theory of the last two centuries. The collection is open to the public.
This centre on the TUHH campus offers information on the current status of science and technology.
Founded in 1479 and located directly on campus, Hamburg State and University Library is the largest academic library in the region.
Hamburg has 260 public libraries that range greatly in size and focus. Become a member and find a library near you.