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my wife and I were in Dusseldorf for a return visit after eighteen months. We visited the market several times marvelling at the produce and products on offer at such reasonable prices. On our first day we had fish and chips for lunch, flavours superb...More
There are many market stalls, from fruit, vegetables, flowers, dried fruit and nuts, fish, and more. I noticed people meeting here for their morning coffee and thought it picturesque and civilised. There are public toilets, but you have to pay to use them.
We looked around these markets whilst shopping, fantastic food stands , cheeses, meats, breads olives , fruits & vegetables, nik nacks worth a look it was in December so had a lovely Christmas atmosphere.
Very nice market which is a pleasure to stroll round, the market appears to be focused on the local population rather than tourists selling things like Fish, fruit and veg, flowers etc . there is a smattering of fast food outlets that are ideal for...More
Visiting a market is always a way to know how local people live and know more about the culture, food and a little of everything. I aarived at late afternoon when the market is almost closed. But got to see some stands still open and...More
Carlsplatz is a square full of stalls with fresh vegetables, meats, bread - but also nice little places where they sell the delicious sausages, beer and other good German food and drinks. Go for lunch or dinner - or in between.
I was walking around in Altstadt, meandering through its many alleyways, when I happen to chance into the Carlsplatz Markt. It's a hustle-bustle within a car park, that's now become a bunch of permanent stalls occupied by (what looks like) food trucks. You have a...More
Beautifully presented stall, especially the flower and fruit stalls. Lots to look at and plenty to choose from. If you are looking for meats,cheeses,bread ect excellent choice. Plenty of cafes to just sit and soak in the atmosphere .
No it's not far, it's walking distance, stroll along posh KOENIGS ALLEE and turn left at Benrather Strasse, altogether about 15 minutes. However it's closed on Sunday. But a late afternoon on a weekday (day about 5pm) will... More
No it's not far, it's walking distance, stroll along posh KOENIGS ALLEE and turn left at Benrather Strasse, altogether about 15 minutes. However it's closed on Sunday. But a late afternoon on a weekday (day about 5pm) will do.