Rindermarkthalle As diverse as St. Pauli

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Offering spices, coffee, tea, wine, household goods - the Rindermarkthalle is a must see for every visitor to Hamburg.

The weatherproof weekly market on the ground floor of the Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli convinces with its varied culinary offer. In the 4,000 square kilometre hall, various sales stands invite you to smell, taste and discover. Hobby chefs and discoverers of the tasteful Hamburg get their money's worth here.

In the listed hall, everything revolves around freshness and food. In addition to regional suppliers, the unpacked shop also invites general cargo for plastic-free shopping. Regular promotions in the Rindermarkthalle round off the shopping experience.

The upper floor of the Rindermarkthalle was designed as a social and cultural district centre. Start-ups and social entrepreneurs have established themselves in small office spaces. The hall also offers space for district initiatives, artists and clubs.

The Rindermarkthalle is located in the immediate vicinity of Heiligengeistfeld, next to the Feldstraße underground station.


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