Each Sunday this legendary flea market, a true Wrocław institution, springs up around the late 19th-century industrial behemoth that is the Sułkowski Mill (Młyn Sułkowski), now boarded up despite recent efforts to turn it into an expo centre. Here merchants hawk everything from German laundry detergent to questionably fresh fish to second-hand bikes missing vital components while entire families rummage through rows of beaten-up cardboard boxes. While there is little the average tourist would want to buy, with a little bit of luck you might be able to score antiques, old collectibles, records, and - as we’ve been told - Nazi memorabilia from Wrocław’s Third Reich days. Considered by many locals to be an indispensable Sunday adventure, to get here, take bus number 128 from 'Pomorska' or 904 from 'Galeria Dominikańska' and get off at 'Brücknera.'
Open Sun 05:00 - 16:00