I love Krakow's magnificent rynek. I could (and have many times!) spend a whole day here. On and around the city square is everything you could possible need. For starters, it's beautiful. The old market hall, the Sukiennice, is a piece of stunning and unique architecture from which the rest of the squares radiates. Inside the Sukiennice are sellers of folk crafts (more reasonably priced than you'd expect), a couple of good restaurants (including one that is the only place in Krakow where you can order a Cobb salad, as far as I could find), and even a nice art museum. The square itself is always bustling with vendors, street performers, and thousands of pigeons. Indulge in a cup of pigeon seed--being engulfed by greedy pigeons is a thrill that even the Poles enjoy. Along the square are wonderful shops, romantic outdoor cafes, fine restaurants (as well as McDonald's), an Internet cafe for those who need to stay "connected," and of course, the elegant St. Mary's Cathedral.
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