Neighbourhood profile: North Hamburg
The district of Hamburg-Nord stretches to the left and right of the Alster, has an area of 58 km² and is rather sparsely populated in some parts compared to the rest of the Elbe metropolis. Larger areas here are not inhabited at all and are intended for infrastructure and local recreation. For example, Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport is located in the north of the Hanseatic city, and the Hamburg City Park and the Eppendorfer Moor nature reserve as well as several allotment gardens can also be found here. Anyone who likes to live in the countryside and enjoy peace and quiet is in the right place here. The district's neighbourhoods are varied and present themselves as authentic, middle-class and in part rather suburban. But even those who want to experience big-city flair can find the right residential area here, if they know where to look. The district is also known for its exclusive villas, which date back to the turn of the century and characterise the townscape in districts such as Eppendorf or Winterhude.
314,593 (as of December 31, 2019)
5,443 inhabitants / km²
One of the nine large planetariums and the most visited star theatre in Germany.
Hiking on the Alster
The Alster River offers a paradise for excursions.
At 389 hectares, this Hamburg cemetery is the largest cemetery park in the world.
Ernst Deutsch Theatre
Visit Germany's largest private theatre in Hamburg.
Hamburg City Park
Discover works of art and many leisure activities in the extensive Stadtpark Hamburg.
Overview of our available properties in Hamburg-Nord