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The Fish Auction Hall (German: Fischauktionshalle) was built in Altona, today part of Hamburg, Germany, in 1895/96 at the newly constructed fishing port. It is located at 9, Große Elbstraße. From 1982 to 1984 it was fully renovated. Since 1984 it is a cultural heritage monument, which shows the importance of fish trade for the former rival cities of Hamburg and Altona. Today, it is used for events, such as Hafengeburtstag.
|Sunday||6:00 AM – 12:00 PM|
We were there on a sunny fall Sunday morning. The outdoor market was about to end but in the fish auction hall there was a live concert of female singer with a powerful voice. I had a home made waffle there with a cup of fine coffee and listening to the live music. The audience was very much into the music. The atmosphere was just great there.
Sunday morning fun, an experience which you do not get in many places. After walking through the market which finishes at 10:00 and being entertained by the Dutch plants or the Turkish fruit merchants, you can come in here to enjoy som breakfast, coffee, beer or prosecco listening to jazz live bands. People dance and just have fun. If you think my review was useful, kindly press the like button. Thx
A historic building for modern events. The building is worth a visit but not necessarily the events.
my girlfriend got her wallet pickpocketed here
I think it became too commercial and lost its charm
Went here on a late Sunday morning for brunch. Buffet style service in a balcony area overlooking a concert was an awesome experience.
What i expected was an actual fishmarket where fishermen sell their fresh fish. What i got was a tourist trap with overpriced food and terrible live music.
It's dirty but you can buy products here. 1 euro is a price for the appricots from the pic.