Since the Middle Ages, Krakow’s commerce has been quite developed. At that time, merchants from all over the world gathered in the Central Market Square and the Textile Hall to trade goods. In exchange for goods, long-distance merchants brought copper, iron, wine, and olives. In exchange for local lead, salt, and textiles, it can be said to be a trade and transportation hub between the East and the West in the Middle Ages.
The square is a bit big, and the hall looks big on the square. Now it has lost the function of the textile trading market. The first floor is a shop selling souvenirs or other small commodities. Just walk by and take a look at it. The second floor is an art gallery and underground museum is open. It's quite big. If you want to watch the lively, you should go to the square. the best.
This was once the main center along the international trade route. It was opened in the open air 700 years ago, selling spices, silk and leather products. 600 years later (approximately 1300 years in the park), the roof was added, and the main trade was textiles. Since then, it has been called the Textile Hall. Today, the first floor is full of shops/stalls selling all kinds of souvenirs, jewelry, and glassware. The top floor is the Krakow National Art Museum. Outside the hall, there are many cafes, shops and vendors selling more souvenirs, handmade objects and food. There are also many horse-drawn carriages waiting to take you around the old city.
Karamaykov Textile Hall is in the central square, and the other main building-St. Mary's Church is the main landmark in the square. The first floor inside is now a small market, mainly selling crafts and clothing, but nothing special.
Located in the west side of the old town square, the earliest is the main trading textiles trade market, now mainly engaged in tourism to buy souvenirs, each stall one person, selling things from China obligations.
The central focus of attention is the textile hall with a white Renaissance building in the middle, which has now been converted into a shopping mall and museum. On the first floor, a stall-style shopping mall selling various Polish folklore cheese products. There are many amber accessories, utensils, Polish dolls, gloves, sweaters, etc.
It used to be a well-known international trade center.
The Krakow Textile Hall is on the central market square. Its building is very large. The towering red bell tower and the broad group of buildings make up the most magnificent building on the central square. The interior is like a shopping street, filled with various shops and shops. There are many tourists and customers coming and going. This is also a good place to buy Polish tourist souvenirs.