At the end of the street where I left you yesterday is one of several entrances into the Rynek GÅ‚Ã³wny or main market square of Krakow. It is a large square punctuated by the tall Gothic towers of St. Mary’s Basilica,
dotted by beautiful structures and dining choices,
and dominated by the historic Sukiennice or Cloth Hall, which was once Krakow’s center for bustling commerce during its Golden Age in the 15th century. Merchants with textiles, spices, wax and other traded goods of yore are now replaced by souvenirs vendors in this place:
All this souvenir shopping is making me hungry. Meet me back here tomorrow and let’s see if we can’t find any pierogies!