The northern German city of Hamburg with 1.8 million inhabitants from 182 countries is considered cosmopolitan and sophisticated. The impressive Port of Hamburg is the largest seaport in Germany and the third largest in Europe. Economically, international maritime trade is of prime importance in this port city with the most modern container terminal in the world. Hamburg is closely connected with water; not only the sea but also rivers and countless canals. The top Hamburg companies and employers include a number of key local and global players: Asklepios Kliniken, Airbus, UKE Kliniken, Deutsche Bahn, OTTO Group and the cosmetics giant Beiersdorf. Throughout the year, tourists travel to Hamburg and enjoy musicals, theatrical performances and visits to the opera. Business travelers are drawn to Hamburg and HafenCity: an estimated 10,000 new companies and founders are added every year.

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Meeting rooms in the most popular districts of Hamburg

Hamburg Mitte with the old town is the historic core of Hamburg with the town hall, Michel, St. Nikolai Church and museums such as the Hall for Contemporary Art and the Bucerius Kunstforum. Shopping and strolling is popular here followed by coffee in the Nord Coast Coffee Roastery or gourmet food in the Heldenplatz restaurant.
Hamburg Nord covers the northeastern part of the Outer Alster and offers a quieter ambience with attractive areas, culture and life on the Alster and near Stadtpark. With small shops and culinary diversity, there is a lot to discover.
Hamburg Altona is a district in the west of the city. A mixture of alternative and affluent, Altona offers sandy beaches to relax and trendy districts to go out. Well-known are the Reeperbahn, the fish market, the Altonaer Balkon, the Park Fiction, the Jenischpark and more.

Why choose a meeting room in Hamburg?

In 2020, there were a total of almost 86,000 taxable companies (Statista) in Hamburg and the city is of great importance as the economic center of northern Germany.
Not only the third largest port in Europe, the third largest place for aircraft construction in the world, the largest railway junction in the north of Europe and the highest proportion of millionaires in Germany characterize Hamburg.
In addition, Hamburg Messe und Congress (HMC) organizes many events for almost all industries every year for business people.
That's why a wide range of event and meeting rooms is of interest. Startups, freelancers, founders and companies have the choice to rent a meeting room flexibly on ShareYourSpace. On your terms alone, whenever and wherever you wish to be. 
For all companies, topics such as customer acquisition, employee workshops and exchange in the team are always important. For these and other reasons, flexibly bookable meeting rooms are needed. 


Many meeting rooms on ShareYourSpace are centrally located in sought-after districts of Hamburg. ShareYourSpace is committed to providing you and your teams with the best customer support.

After-work in Hamburg

From the Port of Hamburg, numerous steamers depart daily for a harbor cruise, which is a not to be missed experience during a stay in Hamburg.
In addition, Hamburg is also a green city with parks with ancient trees and and the amusement park Planten un Blomen. 
If you want it livelier, visit the trendy district of St. Georg with a recommended shopping mile offering something for every taste, many cafés, pubs and renovated old buildings.
On a walk along the Alster, or a tour, sights such as St. Pauli, the town hall, the Speicherstadt, the Jungfernstieg, the fish market, the 'Michel', the zoo and the Tropenhaus Hagenbeck, the Chilehaus (brick house monument), the Krameramtsstuben, the Hamburg Stock Exchange, the Trost Bridge and the Old Elbe Tunnel are worthwhile. A single day in Hamburg is far too little to discover the city.
To eat there are local specialties such as: fresh fish, Labskaus, fish rolls, 'Grööner Hein', Hamburg eel soup and kale.
A dessert Insider tip to try is The Small Pastry shop in Eimsbüttel. There you can get something delicious and then off to the nearby Eimsbütteler Park, which is like a refuge in the city.
Take a trip to Övelgönne, a more than 350-year-old place where museum ships and a  city beach with cafes are located. The area gives everyone a bit of inspiration, whether with or without sunshine.



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