Hala Targowa Kupcow Dominikanskich

Hala Targowa Kupcow Dominikanskich

Hala Targowa Kupcow Dominikanskich
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ANGELO V
Milan, Italy2,917 contributions
Sept 2022
Gdansk Market Hall occupies a nice building close to the city centre. Originally built in 1896, the building survived WW II with few damages, but was not valued during the 1950s and 1960s, until it was listed as a registered monument. It was then renovated and reopened in 2005, and it still holds several market stands over three floors.
Ground floor and first floor are occupied almost exclusively by stands selling clothes, mainly for women.
The underground floor has several food stands, mainly selling Polish specialties.
Also, on the underground floor, some remains are visible, of the former Dominican abbey that occupied the area.
Outside the Market Hall, and all around it, additional stands can be found, selling mainly fruit & vegetables.
Written 9 September 2022
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Morgan C
Landvetter, Sweden310 contributions
Jul 2020 • Couples
This is a true pesrl of Wroclaw, you must psy it a visit to get a good understand for polish palett and craftmenskills. Buy some fruit or flowers and be amazed by quality and prices.
Written 27 July 2020
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Malgorzata
12,113 contributions
Aug 2019
This hall is one of the most interesting historic buildings in Gdansk and was built on the site of a former Dominican monastery. The unique atmosphere of the place. This nineteenth-century market hall, was opened in 1896. Currently, the hall offers a variety of goods and food, as well as industrial goods including clothing. Fresh vegetables, fruits and colorful flowers can be found at countless stands . Stalls offering also meat and fish products. Shopping in the Hall is really a pleasure. Big selection of goods and friendly service. All this makes this place acquire a unique character and it is worth going here when visiting Gdansk.I honestly recommend it.
Written 5 June 2020
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lizandianp
surrey955 contributions
Feb 2020
Came across this lovely iron framed market hall after looking at the Great Mill.
It has a basement containing remains of an old church (or is it part of the old city wall?) There is a long description but not in English/
Wide range of fruit and veg plus every concievable type of meat.
Continues in stalls outside.
Of limited interest to tourists.
Written 4 March 2020
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N McK
3 contributions
Nov 2019 • Family
Very beautiful and interesting city. People are very friendly. Plenty to do and see. Great food. Quaint cafes. Amazing music. Easy to get around. Sopot is a gorgeous town also.well worth visiting. Looking forward to returning some time during the summer for a different experience.
Written 2 December 2019
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OriginalTaz
Ann Arbor, MI220 contributions
Sept 2019 • Couples
Decent selection of food vendors inside and outside. Very busy at lunch time. Non food stores mostly seemed like low quality junk. You can do better
Written 12 September 2019
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Cynthia R
Plano, TX144 contributions
Sept 2019 • Friends
The building itself is interesting and there are some artifacts from an archeological dig on the ground floor. As others mentioned just a bunch of cheap clothing on the top 2 floors. There are meat, cheese and bakery items on the ground floor so a good place to source your picnic supplies. Not very big, so I wouldn’t make a special trip
Written 9 September 2019
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schmidtmg
Switzerland1,106 contributions
Aug 2019
Hala Targowa is an old market on three levels which has been very nicely restored. It's worth a visit if you pass by on the walk from the Solidarnosc Center to the Old Town. The ground floor and first floor alas are by now mostly occupied with stalls selling fairly cheap textiles , leather goods and shoes. The lower ground floor is more authentic, with its stands selling local fish, smoked fish, meat, bread and pastries...
Written 6 September 2019
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Asta G
Lithuania15 contributions
Aug 2019
Great market on the way to the touristy Gdansk. Loads of fresh fruit and veg outside ( good for vegertarian and vegan travellers). Inside of the building you have multi-purpose sellers on ground and upper floor (mostly cheap stuff imported from china) so if you don`t have much time go on the -1 level to taste and buy some delicious polish cheeses, meats and bakery. Also there you can see the ruins of a destroyed chapel. A good place to try great food, also reasonably priced. Pretty much everywhere can pay by card - even on the veg stands, which is extremelly useful.
Written 14 August 2019
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Emma
Kallinge, Sweden42 contributions
Jun 2019 • Family
Lovely place to buy meat, candy, bread and clothes. Big mix of things and a nice place to walk around and look at all the different things or just buy something nice to eat or drink outside.
Written 25 June 2019
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