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Hamburg Hotspot: Furnished living in Eimsbüttel

Posted by Jasmin on 12. May 2020
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Top location, a lot of green spaces, beautiful old buildings and relaxed people. Welcome to Eimsbüttel!

The lively, green Eimsbüttel neighborhood is one of the most popular areas of Hamburg. Its residents appreciate the proximity both to the city centre and to trendy Sternschanze as well as the beautiful old buildings, the many parks, and the Osterstraße high street with many restaurants and shops. Not without reason is Eimsbüttel one of the most densely populated districts in Hamburg. Numerous celebrities have made this district their home as well.

Eimsbüttel is located in the Eimsbüttel district of the same name, and it borders on popular districts such as Hoheluft-West, Harvestehude, and Rotherbaum. The inhabitants of Eimsbüttel enjoy the idyllic canal along the Isebek, the Eimsbüttel Park, the historic Kaifu Bad (Hamburg’s first heated outdoor pool), and the proximity to the Alster.

Osterstraße is the main shopping street in Eimsbüttel and offers a wide range of shopping and culinary delights. From hip cafés to restaurants, pubs, and bars, there is something for everyone on Osterstraße. One of Hamburg’s biggest street festivals takes place here once every Spring, the aptly named Osterstraßenfest.

The district is also very popular with expats and other internationals. Eimsbüttel has a lovely mix of young people, families and seniors. The mix is made even more interesting by the well-represented presence of foreigners in these diverse groups. Yes, this district is well suited for people of all ages and nationalities.

Those who like beautiful stucco and high ceilings will definitely fall in love with the Eimsbüttel apartments and will feel at home here. The rents are quite high, but not as high as in the city center. Parking spaces are rare, but since Eimsbüttel has very good public transport connections, a car is usually not necessary. By subway, it takes about 10-15 minutes to get to the city center. By bicycle, it takes about 15-20 minutes.

Competition for apartments in Eimsbüttel is high. Let us make your search a little easier. You will find many nice interim apartments in Eimsbüttel. If you are planning an extended stay in Hamburg of 3 months or longer and want to rent a temporary furnished apartment in Eimsbüttel and experience this wonderful district, just fill out a request form for the agency for furnished temporary living in Hamburg.

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