Altonaer Fischmarkt edit

To spend a weekend in Hamburg without visiting the fish market is a big mistake. It's been made very easy to work one's way through the No. 1 must-see attraction. Just a few minutes by foot from the Saturday club and pubs at the Reeperbahn, the harbor city institution opens its doors every Sunday morning. It opens at 5 a.m., a time when you might just head home after a long night out. If you decide for the fish market on the banks of the Elbe, you'll be rewarded with the experience of an incredible confusion of thousands of early risers, the bawdy sayings of eel vendors and bananas flying through the air. Is all of this beneficial after a long night out? Doesn't matter -- it has to be experienced! Tip: In the historic fish auction hall there is a Sunday brunch with live music.

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  • iteressant die marktschreier live zu sehen. hier kann mann viel Obst und auch viel Süsskram für wenig geld, verpackt in einem Korb oder plastic tasche, bekommen. auch zu empfehlen die vielen möglichen Fischsorten die man dort kaufen und / oder versehren kann. Desweiteren gibt es viele kleine verkaufstände für souviniers und auch Kleidung. Hier lohnt sich das schon beim einen oder anderen Verkäufer zu verhandeln.
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  • Ein MUSS in Hamburg! Früh aufstehen lohnt sich!
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  • ein kleines muss..
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    The best thing to do after a long party night, is to go to the Fischmarkt and grab a freshly made fish sandwich!
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