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Isemarkt, Hamburg

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  • 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 stoc...  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...  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...  more »
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  • Great selection of fresh produce and organic meats.
  • One of Hamburg's largest and nicest local markets. Prefer the Goldbek market though.
  • Great market, amazing fresh produce. Only problem is the astronomical prices.
  • Twice a week, Hamburg’s Isestraße becomes Europe’s largest outdoor market: the Isemarkt. Set in a charming residential neighborhood with beautiful art nouveau buildings, this extraordinary gourmet farmers’ market spreads almost 1 km below the metro rails of the U3 (see HVV metro article) allowing for a magnificent experience regardless of the weather. Stroll down the center lane and discover what close to 200 vendors have on offer! Immerse yourself in the various sensory pleasures – when I first encountered this market, I felt like a sponge trying to absorb all the different scents from the abundance of flowers and plants, herbs, spices and soaps, cured meats and fish, international delicacies, pralines and chocolates. Sample some delicious local (organic) produce, or have a long thin smoked sausage called “Wattwurm”. I’d also recommend tasting the vegetarian soups and quiches, and obtaining some of the homemade jams. In addition, you’ll find this plethora of culinary delights interspersed with stands offering leather goods, arts and crafts, jewelry, high end fashion, and home appliances. If you feel like taking a break, have some coffee or tea, and watch how people engage in friendly conversations with the merchants exchanging ideas and recipes, listen to the street musicians, and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere – you’ll notice that nobody here seems to be in a rush. Haggling is definitely allowed, but as the experts among you will already know: your success rate is usually the highest towards closing time. Details about this spot (Show on map) Isemarkt | Coffee & tea, Shopping, Snacks Isestraße 1-37 Tue & Fri 08:30 – 14:00
  • Unique market, great for cheese, meat, fruit and vegetables and all otger quality food products.