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Cloth Hall (Sukiennice)

Rynek Glowny 1/3, Krakow 31-042, Poland
012 422 11 66
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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.
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  • Very good36%
  • Average18%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Rynek Glowny 1/3, Krakow 31-042, Poland
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012 422 11 66
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The Cloth Market offered a great variety of authentic Polish merchandise. I was able to purchase great mementos for friends and family.

Thank Betsy K
Reviewed yesterday

You can't really go to Krakow without seeing the Cloth Hall, it's smack bang in the middle of the main square. Thirty or forty shops within selling everything from tourist tat to some seriously good locally made stuff. Go first thing in a morning as...More

Thank harleyg98
Reviewed 2 days ago

Well worth a browse. Beautiful crafts for sale at very reasonable prices. Can get very hot but is also very atmospheric.

Thank fountainbrae
Reviewed 2 days ago

The exterior of cloth hall is completely lined with may restaurants and cafes which are great for lunch and dinner. The interior is filled with shopping stalls including vendors of many Polish items and souvenirs. Very fun to walk through and shop.

Thank David R
Reviewed 3 days ago

It's a nice place to stroll through - history all over the walls and ceiling, and a plethora of souvenir stalls within. Bars and restaurants around the edges and a museum beneath. Lovely.

Thank FiShep
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Fabric was, in fact, once traded in this massive building that now contains a covered market on the ground floor, with beautifully carved wooden stalls lining either side. There is a municipal art gallery upstairs.

Thank Howi58
Reviewed 5 days ago

I have looked around the Cloth Hall many times but I am yet to buy anything there. It is well worth looking around but if you wish to make a purchase look around the gift shops away from the square and on the side streets.

Thank PeterBernie
Reviewed 6 days ago

Forms the centre of of the main square of Krakow.Bustling with life both day and evening,a heart warming place in the midst of Churches,Cathedral and lovely al fresco dining.

Thank Richard P
Reviewed 6 days ago

It is a beautiful building. It is an indoor market with a long tunnel starting from one end and ends to the other. It has rows of stalls selling all sorts of items - furs, jewellery, T shirts, glassware, hats, souvenirs and many more. I...More

Thank Moses P
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This place can be a bit expensive with some items but worth a visit. Underneath the place is a museum also worth a visit for free

Thank meira09
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Sophie R
19 November 2016|
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Response from Boovyontour | Reviewed this property |
It only closes on Mondays
Kenneth L
30 May 2016|
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Response from xxxxx04 | Reviewed this property |
Not sure of the hours, but it was open on the Monday when we were there.
Christina K
12 March 2016|
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Response from MSA1960 | Reviewed this property |
I have only been to Krakow in summer, june-Aug., it's hot but not uncomfortable. As far as the cloth hall shops go, again in the summer, many were still opened after 9 and those along the outside later. When you are done... More