Traumatised by visit to the shopping centre. I had a coffee at one of the cafes. A few meters away on the seat a man was sleeping, one of his shoes was lying next to him. Four security guards appear after a while and approached him. They assumed that he was drunk as they shouted at him, drag him and one of them was kicking his shoes along and laughing while they went off with him. Horrible and disrespectfull behaviour. I was extremely upset by the way it. Hope the man is Ok. Even if he was drunk he deserves respect.
LOVE LOVE LOVE this market. Ive gotten so many good deals - you really have to have your haggle game on too which is so much fun. great food (especially the famous late night kiebasa van), they even had a party here as a part of the Jewish Culture Festival with famous DJ & stuff, great fun. Hope they continue to use this space is cool ways like that. This market is totally iconic and you will get better deals than at the Plac Nowy one for sure. If you are a tourist in krakow you 100% have to go and see it just to know the city better and to find a truly special souveneir
Nicely located by the picturesque riverfront, great cinema, decent selection of shops... they actually did a fantastic job with the exterior too. Really captured the historical essence of Krakow's architecture instead of looking cheap and tasteless like malls usually do. It looks beautiful. Also they have a food truck festival here on the weekends and that is awesome. love it.
Pretty good selection of stores, toilets are always very busy with long lines but otherwise no complaints.
So good, you can find so much great stuuuuufffff. I got so many cool things - love love love... that's what I have to say! I love factory!
Interesting place, have got a couple of nice USSR watches from here. If you want something random to fill your home - this is the place ;)
Slightly overshadowed by the more recent shopping centres (Bonarka, Krakowska), but still worth visiting if you are in Kazimierz. There is also a cinema complex, which is a big plus.
Not a big fan of shopping centres, but this has transformed a really shabby part of town into something worth visiting. Full of big brand shops as well as local stores, the prices can be a lot cheaper on some brands than for the same items in the UK! Some people even fly over here just to do their shopping and it still works out cheaper... free wifi, lots of cafes, a food court and one or two reasonable restaurants make this a place to visit for a few hours, but unlike the other big shopping centres in Krakow, no cinema...
sS cool! found such amazing stuff here for my friends birthday at really good prices and really great quality vegetables for our dinner party.
Hi I am coming to Krakow next April and we are going to stay near market square. How can we come by public transport pls? And is there any Ralph Lauren and Guess shops in factory outlet. Thanks a lot GU