Maps and guides for Hamburg's seven administrative districts (Bezirke) and 104 quarters (Stadtteile).
Once under Danish rule, Altona used to be a thriving city of its own until it became part of Hamburg in 1937.
Tranquil Bergedorf in Hamburg's southeast stands out with its small town atmosphere, historic castle and surrounding forests.
Eimsbüttel district is much-loved for its family-friendly neighbourhoods, green spaces and lively areas with bars, restaurants and shops.
This large district comprises Hamburg's busy city centre, bar-heavy St. Pauli and modern HafenCity, but also up-and-coming Wilhelmsburg.
Hamburg's northern-most district stretches from chic Eppendorf and Winterhude all to way suburbian Langenhorn.
What used to be a city of its own is now Hamburg's largest district south of the Elbe, home to the renowned Technical University Hamburg.
This sprawling, northeastern district houses a quarter of all Hamburg residents, and is popular for its many parks, forests and nature reserves.
History-laden medieval towns, popular events or peaceful natural reserves. There is plenty to explore within an hour's drive from Hamburg.