Hamburg has already been voted Germany's most attractive major city several times - even ahead of Munich and Berlin. But the Hanseatic city is not only popular within Germany; the city's internationality is unmistakable. Language service providers are employed in numerous corners around the Alster and Elbe.
Language mediation with historical significance
From 12. In the 16th century, merchants from the northern German region joined together to form the so-called "Hanseatic League". This covenant was to ensure that one could trade safely and profitably with other merchants. As a result, the port of Hamburg developed into one of the most important transhipment points in the Middle Ages - and has lost nothing of this economic importance to this day. It is Germany's largest seaport and thus has long been an important interface to the international economy. As a service, trade and transport metropolis, Hamburg is one of the most important industrial locations in Germany. Interpreters and translators are therefore often used in the context of trade and logistics. But also sporting events, such as horse races, the Hamburg Marathon, the German Open or football matches of Hamburger SV or FC St. Pauli, conferences, factory tours and international negotiations make simultaneous interpreters, conference interpreters or other interpreting assignments necessary.
If you really want to immerse yourself in a city, you need the help of someone who knows the place and has the right information and side facts at the ready. Interpreters in Hamburg are therefore often a must for travel groups from abroad who want to explore the character of Hamburg. People also like to explore the city in the form of culinary city tours: Interpreters from Hamburg, who have a sound knowledge of gastronomy, explain to hungry visitors interesting facts about the typical dishes of Hamburg.