The Isemarket is probably the most beautiful and popular among the almost 70 weekly markets in Hamburg. Some 200 colorful stalls are spread out over a distance of half a mile. They are located under a railway bridge that runs between Eppendorfer Baum and Hoheluftbrücke. Thanks to the bridge, dry shopping is guaranteed while you look through the extensive variety of fresh international fruit, vegetables, meat, spices, cheese and fish. There is also a wide range of practical to interesting non-food products on display. Sometimes the market attracts street musicians who create a very nice atmosphere.
- Venue Description:
The Isestraße is located in Eppendorf. It serves as a prime example of the middle-class buildings popular in Hamburg at the turn of the century. Most of the houses, which have numerous floors and classical or neo-baroque facades, are still residential houses. A lively market is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays beneath the viaduct that runs along the street between the Hoheluftbücke and Eppendorfer Baum metro stops.