Relocation to Hamburg and Hanover
You are about to relocate to Hamburg or Hannover?
Hamburg – the city at the harbour
Hamburg is one of those cities most inhabitants are utterly in love with. Hamburgers proudly eat their Lapskaus, go to the Reeperbahn or the Elbphilharmonie and withstand even the worst of the city’s bad weather.
The Hanseatic city has its very own charm and is particularly known for its harbor. Anyone who loves the nordic sailor-flair is undoubtedly in the right place here. For shipping enthusiasts, a visit to the International Maritime Museum is indispensable.
It’s not only at the harbor that you can get to see water in Hamburg. With 2,500 bridges, it is the city with the most bridges in Europe. Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and offers a variety of ways to cool off during summer. For example, you can go sailing on the Alster or feel like you’re on holiday on the Elbe beach and bury your feet in the sand.
In addition to numerous art and cultural attractions, Hamburg attracts many football fans. It is home to clubs such as the HSV, the FC St. Pauli and Altona 93. But the Hanseatic city has something for everyone: in addition to its sports clubs, it is also widely known for its wide range of musical performances. And of course, for the Reeperbahn. In addition to a wax museum and numerous bars and clubs, the “Sinful Mile” impresses with its traditional history. So how about a city tour to get to know the special features of your new hometown up close?
Hanover – the unknown city
As the capital of Lower Saxony, Hanover is anything but unknown. But the city is not really known for anything particular either. Unlike many other large cities, Hannover does not impress with a peculiar mentality or an extraordinary landmark. Hanoverians express their affection for the underrated capital on social media under the hashtag #hannoverliebt (in English: “in love with Hanover”). The idyllic old town, the Hannover Messe and, last but not least, the new Town Hall show that Hanover certainly has something to offer.
Hanover is also an important business and research location. For this reason, many companies have their offices here, which is why employees are often relocated to Hanover.
Relocation for companies
Companies that plan a relocation to Hamburg or Hanover for their employees can benefit from our services. Our relocation services include not only help with home finding, but also with the necessary administrative procedures and with finding a job for respective partners. The more we help your employees to settle in quickly, the sooner they can start working.
Relocation for private individuals
Private individuals can also make use of our services. Whether you have to take care of your job-related move yourself or something else is driving you to Hamburg or Hanover, we are here to help. We also offer support when it comes to finding suitable educational institutions or childcare options for your children.
HereLocation Relocation Services for Hamburg and Hanover
HereLocation for a relocation to Hamburg and Hanover
An international transfer is always a challenge, whether you take this journey alone or with your family. In addition to the stressful and often complicated organisation, moving across a great distance is often also emotionally challenging. HereLocation wants to make this change as easy as possible for you. We hope to have aroused your interest and look forward to hearing from you soon.