Two minutes from the city wall and a five minute stroll through the cobbled back streets from the main square, Stary Kleparz Market in Krakow is apparently one of the oldest in the country – dating back to the 14th Century.
Cheap, cheerful and brimming with fresh vegetables and local meats and cheeses the market is as good a place to people watch as it is to shop.
Local grannies grab their thermals along with their cabbage.
Who: Local farmers and producers
What: Fresh veg, meat and cheese. Plants, seeds and bits and pieces of clothing
Why: To feed the locals
When: Most mornings (by the sounds of things, though my Polish isn’t too good)
Where: Rynek Kleparski