Mercado

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The Mercado in the heart of Altona in Hamburg, offers a great culinary variety and great shopping opportunities.

In the middle of the lively district of Ottensen, in Walking distance from Altona railway station, the Mercado spoils visitors with an abundance of culinary specialities from all over Europe and Asia. Whether Italian as with "Momento Giusto", homemade German cuisine with "DieFeinschmecker" and "Tosun" with its Turkish menu or the Asian "Sushi-Ten" - the Mercado is a culinary meeting point for the inhabitants of Ottensen. Good wine can always be found at the wine merchant "Ca'Vino".
Various retail shops are grouped around it, from bookstores to perfumeries to various clothes shops.  On the ground floor you will various snacks that are very popular at lunchtime, from Indian to Japanese to Italian. Parking spaces are no problem: a large adjacent multi-storey car park provides the necessary space.

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