What are the 5 best marketplaces in Poland? Our informative article aims to show you where to shop for fresh and local products in Poland, so you can immerse yourself in picturesque places.
Let's find out together the best places to buy fruits, vegetables and much more in this touristic country of the European Union that has many assets.
Located in the southern part of the capital Warsaw, this indoor market offers organic products sold by local producers and farmers. They are very friendly and open to discussion, especially to educate about ecology.
You can find not only a variety of food, snacks but also ecological cleaning products and other natural cosmetics! Enough to convince the refractory ones concerning organic products, we are sure.
Wołoska Street 3, 02-675 Warszawa.
Here is a nice flea market to find some goodies. There's a bit of everything: typical porcelain, paintings by talented artists, carpets, classy furniture, various accessories... Prices are quite variable, depending on the item offered for sale.
Good news: some sellers are open to negotiation, which is appreciated if you want to get a good price for something.
Where is it ?
Erazma Ciołka 35, 01-445 Warszawa.
Friday: 6 am - 5:45 pm
Saturday: 6 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 6 am - 2 pm
Going to the marketplace in Krakow, the famous city of the dragon, is a pleasant experience. Especially since we have a wide choice here.
In the semi-open market near the city center ,you can buy tomatoes, zucchini, peppers, onions, but also sernik (cheesecake), Polish sausages of various sizes, flowers of all colors and various cheap knick-knacks like watches, kitchen utensils etc.
Długa, 30-962 Kraków.
Every day except Sunday, from 6am to 10pm.
This is another famous Krakow marketplace, dedicated to good local food, small souvenirs and clothing. There is a good atmosphere for an authentic immersion among the locals and other curious people. The shopkeepers do not hesitate to engage in conversation.
Also known as "Old Kleparz", you can find local specialties such as smoked cheese called "oscypek", various fruits and vegetables, good cold cuts etc.
Where can you find it?
Rynek Kleparski 20, 31-150 Kraków.
Every day except Sunday, from 6 am to 6 pm.
This unusual place is located in Wroclaw, in a beautiful art nouveau building that has survived history. Indeed, it suffered little damage during the Second World War and is worth a visit if you are a tourist or a shopper in general.
The Wroclaw Market is a traditional covered market with a variety of products on numerous stalls. It is the perfect place for demanding customers who like variety!
Where is it?
Piaskowa 17, 50-359 Wrocław.
Every day except Sunday, from 8 am to 6:30 pm.
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