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At first it feels like a little 'secret square' but after a while you notice how many people are moving here and that there is a place full of activities! Secondly, it is a marketplace - just the day we were here, it was the...More
If you are visiting Kraków and you are a foodie, this place is for you, you have many little stands serving local "zapiekanki" (toast sandwich) and also an great ice cream shop call "Good lood". You have as well, a little flea market with old...More
Authentic street-food from local classics to various imports. Glutein-free vegan could be harder to find. Though nearby there are at least food trucks providing with trendier cliches. Also sweet/ice-cream options, sone wildly popular.
Fleamarket daytime. Some local drunks around 24/7. Street music. Weekend evenings very...More
My mom was in Krakow about 30 years ago - but what she memorized was polish fast food: ZAPIEKANKI. To simplify - It is some kind of sandwich, but of course much better than some random sandwich. In the middle of the square you have...More
We arrival in late from the airport & found this little square by accident. What luck ! Whether it’s streetfood, little bars & restaurants, the place is crammed with choice. Great smells & noise & life. But feels super safe. Went there daytime also 👍
Just returned home after a lovely weekend the square is a lovely place and beautiful especially in the evening lots of places to eat and drink and it’s so nice to eat outside in the heated areas
Would definitely recommend a visit to the square
Small old market square in the Jewish quarter of Krakow. There were a few stalls selling jewellry and handicrafts but the centrepiece is undoubtedly the Circular building of food stalls selling Zapiekanki - large toasted bread (kind of half a baguette) with various toppings. I...More
We found this place when browsing in Jewish Quarter - Kazimierz. There were a few stalls with interesting items and I would probably buy some but needed more time to check them and it was already darker. In the middle is a round building where...More
Ive been here 3 times and the stalls were pretty much empty.
There are some lovely restaurants nearby but at night tge locals come here for the local food which is a cross between fancy cheese on toast and a pizza on french bread ....More