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Kleine Ladenfläche in belebter Lage!

€350,000
1Ba
2Pictures
60

Hoheluft, Hamburg

Sehr hübsche Zweizimmerwohnung in Othmarschen

€385,000
1Bd
1Ba
8Pictures
66

Othmarschen, Hamburg

Erstbezug - Exklusive Gewerbefläche in bester Lage

€555,000
1Ba
4Pictures
128

Hafencity, Hamburg

Sonnige Dreizimmerwohnung mit großen Balkonen

€695,000
2Bds
1Ba
10Pictures
141

Othmarschen, Hamburg

Komfortable 4-Zimmerwohnung am Westerpark

€795,000
3Bds
2Bas
10Pictures
126

Nienstedten, Hamburg

Erstbezug - Exklusive Neubauwohnung nahe Hirschpark und Elbe

€828,000
2Bds
1Ba
4Pictures
100

Nienstedten, Hamburg

Erstbezug - Exklusive Neubauwohnung nahe Hirschpark und Elbe

€828,000
2Bds
2Bas
5Pictures
98

Nienstedten, Hamburg

Neuwertige Maisonettewohnung mit sonniger Terrasse

€845,000
4Bds
1Ba
12Pictures
147

Blankenese, Hamburg

Traumhafte Elbblickwohnung mit hochwertiger Ausstattung

€849,000
1Bd
1Ba
6Pictures
110

Hafencity, Hamburg

Geräumiges Einfamilienhaus in Groß Flottbek

€890,000
7Bds
2Bas
16Pictures
600

Groß Flottbek, Hamburg

Erstbezug - Exklusive Gewerbefläche in bester Lage

€920,000
1Ba
4Pictures
136

Hafencity, Hamburg

Exklusives Neubau-Erdgeschoss mit Garten am Jenischpark

€1,100,000
3Bds
2Bas
5Pictures
140

Othmarschen, Hamburg

Exklusive Neubauwohnung am Jenischpark

€1,150,000
3Bds
2Bas
5Pictures
141

Othmarschen, Hamburg

Exklusive Wohnung in erster Reihe mit tollem Elbblick

€1,620,000
2Bds
3Bas
6Pictures
180

Hamburg

Elegantes Villenensemble nahe Hirschpark und Elbe

€1,640,000
2Bds
3Bas
4Pictures
198

Hamburg

Exklusive Doppelhaushälfte in attraktiver Lage

€1,650,000
3Bds
3Bas
15Pictures
459

Hamburg

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    Port City Vibe

    Hamburg’s historic label, ‘The gateway to the world’, might be a bold claim, but Germany’s second-largest city and biggest port has never been shy. A leading light in the Hanseatic League in the Middle Ages, Hamburg became a centre of international trade, a legacy that continues today: it remains one of Germany’s wealthiest cities and Hamburg’s maritime spirit still infuses the entire city. It’s the sort of city where echoes of the city’s port and history are everywhere, from the incessant cry of gulls overhead to the vibrant neighbourhoods awash with multicultural eateries, seaward-facing architecture and the gloriously seedy Reeperbahn red-light district.

    A Musical City

    There was one consolation for locals when the city’s authorities decided to blow the municipal budget: at least it was done for a new concert hall, the Elbphilharmonie. Hamburg’s musical pedigree is staggering: Gustav Mahler once directed the city’s 330-year-old state opera, while both Johannes Brahms and Felix Mendelssohn were born here. But it’s not just about classical music. Hamburg also has very modern and rather raucous melodic soundtrack, not mention a compelling story. The city nurtured the early promise of the Beatles, and music festivals litter the calendar, while the dynamic live music scene just keeps getting better.

    Icons of Architecture

    The Elbphilharmonie is an extraordinary structure, dominating the skyline and capturing in glass and brick the essence of Hamburg’s polyglot soul. This striking icon of the city has elevated architecture to the centre of public debate and awareness, and it’s just the most famous of a rather exciting collection. Office towers that appear as if they are dancing and buildings that from afar look like ocean liners share the streets with half-timbered relics of the medieval city. And only in Hamburg would they think of preserving a former WWII bunker and turning it into a nightclub.

    The Good Things in Life

    The good people of Hamburg really know how to live. For a start, they’ve mastered the ingredients of culinary diversity: elevate your local specialties to the level of an obsession and treasure them, even as you remain open to all manner of gastronomic trends. The result is culinary excellence on multiple fronts. So, too, for nightlife: Hamburg is full to bursting with classy cocktail bars, dance-all-night clubs and neighbourhood bars and pubs that both reflect each neighbourhood’s identity and define it. So successful are they that it’s almost impossible to come to Hamburg and not have a really good time.

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    Longitude : E9° 59' 37.3''
    Latitude : N53° 33' 3.9''
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