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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 cloth hall 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 polish art indoor market
Cloth Hall is in the centre of the main square and contains souvenir stall holders plus Amber and leather sellers for you to enjoy and spend a time browsing. Worth a visit especially if the weather is inclement.
The Kraków Cloth Hall right in the heart of the old town square magnificent building I think It dates back to around 13th century was basically a main trade market for trading and selling of imported things like spices and so on as far as...More
Located in the main town square, the Cloth Hall provided us with the perfect place to do a bit of indoor shopping in a market atmosphere and to escape from the cold weather during a visit to Krakow in the run-up to Christmas.
The Cloth Hall dates to the Renaissance and is one of the central features of the main market square in Old Town. The building is really large and stretches almost the length of the square. The architecture is beautiful with multiple arches in the front....More
In the guide book, if you like history, it is well worth a visit. Mind you, when you get to the market square it's not obvious which is the cloth hall. It is the huge building right in the middle of what is the largest...More
We visited the Cloth Hall which was at the time was full of tourists.
It was good to see the old architecture and the different Polish coat of arms on the walls and ceilings.
The market stalls sell souvenirs but many don't have prices so...More
The Cloth Hall is a large building on the main square in the old Town. Originally used by the trades people of the city it is now repurposed and restored. It’s a beautiful building and worth wandering around the outside. Don’t forget to look up...More