© Matthias Pens Fotografie
© Matthias Pens Fotografie

Families, daydreamsers, joggers and cyclists come to the Isebek canal between Eimsbüttel and Schanzenviertel in search of relaxation.

The greenway that runs along the Isebek canal between Weidensteig and Hoheluftbrücke is a beloved recreation area for people in Eimsbüttel and the neighbouring Schanzenviertel district. The wide sandy paths along the Kaiser Friedrich bank are ideal for joggers. There’s a playground, some lawns and numerous little bridges crossing the canal – there’s even one especially for the many cyclists in the district. The park is also the habitat of a great deal of bird species that feed on the local fish.

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