Visited that on a crowded saturday afternoon. Yes, lot of people, lot of polish food, mushrooms and flower etc. Did not find interesting at all.
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The market it’s self has only 2 things that attracted us: the Restaurant in the south west corner and the coffee shop in the north east corner. The restaurant I was unable to find the name so if someone knows it please let me know...More
In the big market hall (Hala Targowa) in Wroclaw there are many fruit and vegetable stands, where they offer mostly regional products. The small self-service restaurant to the right from the entrance offers very cheap local food (e.g. pierogi or schnitzel) with salads and soup....More
Wonderful local market offering great value on fresh foods and an excellent coffee shop. Few tourists. First floor is the highlight, and has fresh produce, fresh flowers, fresh meat, a great bakery and a wonderful coffee shop, and a "milk bar". Second floor has small...More
This is just a good market hall for fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers and other food products. There are some old style shops on the second floor. I would not make any special plans to visit here, unless I needed something from the market. During...More
In this market they sell fruits, vegetables, meat, cheese, and flowers for funerals. We bought some fruits and legumes.There are also two little shops that you can sit down and eat. The market is not as big as others.
Prepare yourself to be transported back in time at the Herbaciarnia within the market. This tea and coffee shop is jammed full of teas and coffees. We had a short stop here today whilst searching for dwarves as the Tea Dwarf is located outside this...More
This is a fascinating place, Prussian in terms of the fabric of the building, but very much old Polish in terms of the market stalls. The entrance to the market was one the last places German soldiers surrendered to the Red Army in April 1945....More