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Eppendorfer Weg

This Eppendorfer Weg certainly seems long! The "route” connects Eimsbüttel and Eppendorf and is thus as varied as the two parts of the city itself.

Over an area of not quite 3 km, a wide variety of restaurants, cafés, shops and bars are lined up like a string of pearls together. The wide walkways invite you to stroll. One would probably need several days to visit each individual shop. You’ll find fine cuisine right next to elk sausage and crackers in the Scandinavian delicatessen, the boulder hall and stands with half a roasted chicken and chips.

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT Eimsbüttel & Eppendorf

Here, one can find magnificent old building façades, local and exquisite restaurants as well as fancy boutiques and owner-operated shops. While Eppendorf is rather fancy, one can feel the hanseatic serenity in Eimsbüttel. Both districts offer much green and water and are hence with good reason very popular neighbourhoods in Hamburg.

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Since 1949, the Isemarkt lures around 6.000 visitors to Eppendorf to do their weekly grocery shopping, or just to stroll along and chat with other visitors under the Hochbahn bridge.

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