I must admit that Muranow is my favorite district in Warsaw. There are many hidden places both the traveler and tourist can find wandering in the streets of this district.
First of all, the history of this place is very rich. In fact, during WWII, this was the heart of the Jewish ghetto and the rest of the wall still reminds us about the sad events that took place here during the last century.
Nowadays, even if the past is still there, modernity and cosmopolitan taste are popping up everywhere in this part of the city.
Some of these fantastic places have been already spotted, and the most famous market in town, Hala Mirowska, is now shining on weekend during the evenings. The complex that hosts the flea market has now also opened Hala Gwardii.
This part of the complex is just at the back of the flea market and can easily be reached from the Plac Mirowski square.
The building consists of two floors where restaurants and food points offer a great selection of cuisine from all over the world. Of course the iconic restaurants of Warsaw are also opening food corners here, so if you enjoy the Wawaburger or Tel Aviv’s food, here you will find them with no need to move from your district.
The lower floor has been transformed into a food market and there are several shops with wine, where you can buy a bottle and drink it sitting in front of the market.