Hala Targowa Gdansk – Poland
This market was built in 1896 in a Neo-Gothic style building, and has been recently refurbished. Inside, the building is bright and airy.
The first two floors are filled with cheap clothes stores, but the basement is largely filled with food stalls selling fresh meat, fish, cheese, pastries and bread along with a small archaeological museum.
Poland is famous for their pastries and they were definitely scrumptious….
Hot smoked fish – irresistible and simply delicious!
Cured meat and sausages
Fruit and vegetable stalls were in a modern open building right next to the main market!
I am still not exactly sure what they were! They looked like they were in season, sunflower heads maybe?
Herbs and flowers!
On the roadside just past the market, small vendors were selling their produce! Absolutely gorgeous fresh flowers, wild mushrooms, fresh eggs and more … I was very tempted to pick some up!