Built between 1936 and 1940 and situated just 10 minute walk from the Main Square, The Hala Targowa is a shopping market with different faces. From Monday do Saturday morning it is a vivid food and clothing shopping market. At night is it famous spot for quick eat of famous sausage and bun from the bar on the wheel. But on Sunday morning it becomes the huge open-air flea market.
The real flea market where you can get everything from religious souvenirs, crockery, postcards, clothes, medals, jewellery, books and antiques. The locals say that if you were robbed, the first place you can go to flea market and there is a good chance you will find there your stuff. Needless to say, it is the best place if you are looking for unique, antique stuff for the really good price.
If you want to bring with you authentic piece of Polish history, just forget souvenir shop – visit Hala Targowa on Sunday morning.
Hala Targowa flea market | Shopping | Magazine PLN 1
Ul. Daszynskiego, 31
Sun 06:00 – 13:00