Prior to the building of Warsaw’s National Stadium, that site was home to the famous communist era Stadion Dziesięciolecia (10th Anniversary Stadium), a monstrous, crumbling stadium which spent its last years as a huge outdoor market. After the market closed many of the vendors relocated here, making it the capital’s largest, most diverse daily outdoor market. Expect to find loads of tat, clothes, foodstuffs, perfumes, toys and a few oddities of dubious origin. With over 500 pavilions and 700 market stalls, it’s a fun place to just wander around and soak up the atmosphere. To get there take bus 141, 189 or 401 to the ‘Hynka’ stop; or trams 7, 9, or 15 to ‘Włochy-Ratusz'.