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Considered the world's oldest shopping mall, the present Renaissance structure dates from 1555 and features in its interior many food stalls and small shops, terrace cafes and flower stands that surround the statue of Adam Mickiewicz.
All reviews beautiful building stalls selling amber jewellery the main square stall holders leather goods fridge magnets t shirts wooden toys small stalls for sale souvenir shopping both sides underground museum indoor market traditional polish worth a visit
A nice little market underneath with stalls with souvenirs, jewellery and clothes. The prices are not too much more expensive than the other places near by. It is also quite busy, but worth a walk down to look at all the different traditional items!
We visited the cloth hall in May. There is an audio guide in different languages which was helpful to explain the exhibits.
There are some interesting paintings and exhibits and the museum itself is quite small and took us about an hour to get round....More
This historic building, over a hundred metres long, houses many market stalls selling all sorts, from souvenirs to amber jewellery, fridge magnets to leather goods, Christmas ornaments to glassware. All under cover, busy yet very clean and ideal for an activity on a rainy day....More
The Cloth Hall which is situated just off the Old Town Square is definitely worth a visit, especially if you are looking for authentic Polish gifts or amber jewellery. Most of the stalls sell the same thing but each one has it's own unique array...More