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For us its a Must when visiting Hamburg to see the Market.
I wish we had one where I live.
So much food and so nicely presented. Its paradise to see the Stalls with the food choices. Everything is fresh.
Fish, Meat, Cheese, Fruit.... just...More
This market is really long running between 2 railways stations with lots of food, clothing, shoes, junk jewellery etc stalls. The only criticism is that there are no little bars as in other European markets to allow you to watch the world go by over...More
The market is underneath the subway viaduct between the stations Hoheluft and Eppendorfer Baum. Maybe the longest market in Germany.
You find the plain normal Turkish fruit dealers that get their stocks from wholesale market. And you find the farmers, some of them eco, with...More
The Isemarkt is one of the longest markets I've been to. Apart from that and being underneath one of Hamburgs Metro lines, it's just a regular market. You can get food, flowers and everything else you'd expect on a market. ;)
If you've seen everything...More
Isemarkt is worth a visit when going to this area of Hamburg. It is a big market underneath the railroad. Groceries, cheese, handcraft, bakeries etc. I think i walked for about 10 minutes from one end to another.
Vivid and a lot of people.
I visited the market on a Tuesday morning. I believe its also open on either Saturday or Sunday. Check first before you go. The market is very easy to find as its right below the subway tracks. There are stalls for everything. Locals go there...More
The Ise/Isa market is a charming outdoor farmers market in the shadow of the elevated train. It's filled with fresh, organic produce, flowers, cheese, with very little interruption from the cutesy crafts that dilute other markets. And, because this is Germany, there are places to...More
Isemarkt is Hamburgs Version of a Farmers market. Not quite like in California but interesting nevertheless. Lots of fruit stands and meat and fish sold here. All fresh from the source. The vendors often have big local personalities so be prepared to be entertained while...More
Visited this farmers market today after a friend from work recommended it. I was expecting a few stalls but was pleasantly surprised! It's massive. Lots of stalls all under the bridge so protected from the rain. It's got fresh fruit and vegetables, honey, cheeses, breads,...More
Every Tuesday and Friday between 8:30 and 14:00 almost 1 km of Isestr. between to U-bahn stations is converted into a very nice market. You can buy fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables, cheeses, meat, bread and a lot of other things, including clothes and stuffed...More