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Tarnów can hardly be considered a shoppers' paradise, but it does boast two modern shopping malls just to its southwest and northeast where locals flock on weekends. In the centre, Tarnovians do their haggling at 'the Burek' - an open-air market covering several blocks just off the Rynek.

Perhaps in an effort to keep Polish families out of shopping malls on 'the Lord's Day,' the government has introduced a new law that will eventually ban Sunday trading in Poland entirely. To be phased in gradually (for max confusion) over the next two years, in 2018 trade has been allowed on only the first and last Sundays of each month, forcing shops to close on the intervening Sundays. Beginning in 2019, trade will only be allowed on the last Sunday of each month. There are only a few exemptions to the rule, namely pharmacies, gas stations, kiosks, bakeries, souvenir shops (oh thank god) and open-air markets (the Burek will be in business). The Sunday hours we list for venues are the hours they keep on those Sunday when trade is allowed. The following is a list of Sundays when shops are allowed to be open:

Oct. 7, 28
Nov. 4, 25
Dec. 2, 16, 23, 30
Jan. 27
Feb. 24
March 31
April 28
May 26

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