Sports, exhibitions, concerts, trade shows, street festivals - there's always something going on. See this month's highlights at a glance.
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Need a place to live? Understand the real estate market, renting, residential neighbourhoods and housing regulations.
Are you looking for a job in Hamburg or are you already employed? Find out all about the job market, application, daycare and more.
Hamburg is a great city for higher education. Here is a guide to Hamburg's universities, entry requirements, visas and funding.
In Hamburg, social responsibility is everyone's duty. Learn where to get help or what you can do to help your fellow residents.
Plenty of parks, nature reserves and environmental protection projects make Hamburg one of Germany's greenest cities.
Hamburg is a wonderful city to live in. Catch up on housing, finance, insurance and local culture and soon you will call Hamburg home.
Highly-skilled professionals can apply for the EU Blue Card to secure long-term residence in Germany.
Language skills are important for making friends, building your career and feeling at home in your new city. These are your options in Hamburg.
Registering your new residence at the city authorities should be one of the first things you do after relocating to or within Hamburg.
If you're planning on visiting, working or studying in Hamburg, you should be aware of which entry requirements apply to your situation.
All pupils start school by attending primary school. Afterwards, they can enrol in different types of secondary schools.
You're looking to learn a profession in Hamburg? Get informed about the German dual vocational training system and local opportunities.
There are many different types of taxes in Germany, including income tax, VAT, trade tax and more.
Maps and guides for Hamburg's seven administrative districts (Bezirke) and 104 quarters (Stadtteile).
Do you need medication, cold medicine or something for a headache? In Germany, such items are found at pharmacies.
Hamburg is a city-state within the Federal Republic of Germany. Meet the First Mayor, the State Parliament and learn about local politics.
Hamburg has over 35 hospitals and specialist facilities offering round-the-clock medical care. Find out which hospital is closest to you.
The city of Hamburg has a hanseatic history of trade, autonomy and economic power, but also of hardship and war.
Hamburg's goal? Accessibility for all. Learn about signage, discounts, public transport and wheelchair-friendly city tours.
Stay up-to-date on festivals, street fairs and recurring events like the Port Anniversary, Christmas markets and the Hamburg DOM.
Hamburg is home to a lively LGBTQI community. Find friends in a café or bar, party at the Hamburg Pride or learn about local legislation.
Volunteering is an important pillar of social life. Hamburg strives to ensure ideal conditions for residents to contribute to good causes.
At various centres around Hamburg, donated clothing is available for free or discounted prices to those in need. Find addresses here.
Nobody should go hungry. If you're in need of food support, there are numerous options for receiving groceries or a hot meal.
Lower-income Hamburg residents can turn to ÖRA for low-cost legal consultation, dispute settlement and mediation assistance.
Survivors of violence and abuse don’t stand alone. From women’s shelters to child protection hotlines, find the help you need here.
A range of organisations handle questions on pregnancy, childbirth, health, abortion and adoption with respect and confidentiality.