Hamburg is a wonderful city to live in. Catch up on housing, finance, insurance and local culture and soon you will call Hamburg home.
Here you will find information about financial matters, such as the tax system in Germany and how to set up a bank account.
Take care of the whole family in Hamburg and learn about topics from marriage and partnership to childcare, parental leave and much more.
Love dancing or acting? If you're looking for dancing classes, acting groups or just a good spot to enjoy a play - here you go.
Are you looking to meet others that share your interests, language, nationality or hobbies? Find out where Hamburg's communities hang out.
Most foreign driving licences lose their validity in Germany after 6 months. Read this article to find out how to keep driving in Germany.
Depending on your nationality and the duration of your stay in Germany, you may need a visa, residence permit, or both. Find out more here.
Which steps should you take to successfully settle down in Hamburg? We've provided you with some useful tips.
Train, bus, car or bike: Hamburg has a number of transport options, both public and private, that will let you navigate the city with ease.
Hamburg is a city-state within the Federal Republic of Germany. Meet the First Mayor, the State Parliament and learn about local politics.
New to Hamburg? The Hamburg Welcome Center offers information and a wide range of services to international newcomers ─ under one roof.
Your health is first priority. Get introduced to Germany's public health system as well as hospitals, doctors and pharmacies in Hamburg.
Learn how the German health care and social security systems work, and find out how to choose a health care provider.
Looking for a place to live? This is how to understand the real estate market, renting, residential neighbourhoods, and regulations.
Getting married? Due to its many romantic parks, party venues and high class hotels, Hamburg is a popular wedding destination.
Registering your new residence at the city authorities should be one of the first things you do after relocating to or within Hamburg.
The essentials to connect your new home to power, water, waste, tv, telephone and internet services and to purchase fuel for heating.