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Market Hall (Hala Targowa)

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ul. Piaskowa 17, Wroclaw 50-158, Poland
+48 71 343 84 57
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The old market hall is located, not on the town square, but in a red bricked building by the Oder River across from Cathedral island by Piaskowy most/bridge. Inside, there were many vendor tables with attractive displays of a wide variety of seasonal vegetables and...More

2  Thank retireeVancouver
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We spent a lot of time at this market as there is so much to see. The bottom level is mainly fresh food stalls. So many beautiful smells. Upstairs there are various shops - my favorite was the small vintage shop in the corner. There...More

Thank Erin F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This market is worth a visit and is within walking distance from the Old Town. it is great to see that it still has it's old world charm and old stalls etc. Local food and wares for sale and a cafe on site which was...More

Thank Swarovski
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

Situated on the riverbank beside the Piaskowy bridge this place is worth seeking out. It’s full of local produce, with a couple of cheap eateries for lunch. There is a great little cafe selling excellent coffee and some bakeries selling an impressive array of cakes....More

1  Thank evie62
Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

It was built when concrete was a brand new material, and they did it with respect. The structure they created looks like a church, that speaks of great craftmanship. The building itself with the fences and indoors electric elevator system (1906) looks stunning to those...More

Thank Gabor N
Reviewed 24 April 2018 via mobile

Great selection of fresh fruits and vegetables. There is a nice cafe. Good to reach by tram or by foot.

1  Thank Denis L
Reviewed 14 April 2018 via mobile

Sort of nice, but nothing special. Have you seen one you have seen this one too. Located in an old house, all sorts of food, greens and flowers, cheap plastics. Nah, nothing to write home about.

Thank Luke S
Reviewed 11 April 2018

A fabulous place just a moment from the oldest part of town! Fresh fruit & veg, sweets, flowers and butcher’s downstairs and quirky old fashioned shops upstairs. And you absolutely need to try Ligol, the best apples in the world!

Thank Sleepyduck7
Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

This market lies within a huge old building and is ten minutes leasurely walk from the main square. The market has a wide variety of fruit and vegetable stalls and a few nick nack, meat and sweet stalls. At the rear are a variety of...More

Thank Chris L
Reviewed 2 April 2018

My father worked there on the first floor in the '60s, when there were many clothing shops and you could order a suit. Now is vegetable, meat and food market, open all week except Sundays and holidays. When you are in Wroclaw, visit Hala Targowa....More

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