Known locally as 'Hala Targowa,' this is the city's best outdoor market. Open every day with everything from fruit, flowers and produce to pirated DVDs, dodgy underwear and cheap wristwatches, Sunday is undoubtedly the best, but also the most crazy day of the week at Hala Targowa, when it becomes a sprawling full-blown flea market of Old World antiques, Catholic icons, village detritus, vinyl records, war memorabilia, mismatched shoes, stolen bikes and pretty much anything you can dream of at negotiable prices. Different vendors set their own hours, but on weekends most are here shortly after dawn and packing up anytime between 14:00 and sunset. At night on Plac Targowy you'll find two 24-hour alcky shops and the best grilled kiełbasa in town (open 20:00-03:00, closed Sun), sold from a van.
Kiełbaski z Niebieskiej Nyski
ul. Grzegórzecka 3 (Plac Targowy)
This legendary sidewalk sausage stand has been a Cracovian street food institution for over thirty years, dating back to 1991. Here two old boys in white smocks set up shop outside their blue Nysa (a Polish PRL-era van) every evening except Sundays to