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Rindermarkthalle, Hamburg
(4.3/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • End run to the market hall to see, but that was not worth it. Most part is an ordinary supermarket. And a few shops as a butcher and greengrocer.
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  • Here are many shops under a hat. Parking during the week with 2 hours free ok. The weekend if it is going on at the most only a hour and then EUR 1.50 per hour. To shop here that is not ok. ! Machine is no change! Shall be no 1.5 then 2. thank you.
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  • Business travellers find it increasingly as a rip-off: the rates for a Horelfrühstück - now significantly beyond of € 20,... Remedy (at least if you're opposite in the NH collection asleep): just to the market Hall of cattle across strolling and Café - choose... from three alternatives each with something special is still not at the half of the price of a hotel breakfast... If more people do this... great quality... for a fraction of the price, if you want just a cup of coffee and a croissant... even with all bells and whistles , a light goes on so maybe the hotel chains...
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  • Good place to get everything you need at one time. Also good restaurants to choose from.
  • Stylish shopping with lots of different food options and three supermarkets, plus an organic food store.
  • This is the site of the Flohschanze flea market on Saturdays. The rest of the week it's pretty dead except for a bike shop run by an obnoxious, rude dweeb and some other shops.
  • Great place ,alot of choice and you have a supermarket inside aswell
  • It's a bit overpriced, but for St. Pauli you have the very convenient aspect of covered parking, free validation at checkout. The Edeka is HUGE and has a very large selection of pretty much everythign one can buy in Germany. Sadly, it has a bit of that 'fading American Mall' feel the last months. Pro Tip: steer clear during St. Pauli games, unless you are drunk yourself.