Markets, fairs and bazaars in Wrocław

Bazaars, organic fairs and specialised markets flourish in Wrocław, as many of the city's residents simply prefer to do their shopping outside of the supermarkets. While some markets disappear in the city, they are soon supplanted with new, better and more interesting ones. Trade simply loves commotion and urban hustle.


Świebodzki Market

ul Robotnicza 1, the former railway station area, open every Sunday from early morning until 3 pm, free admission

You can buy virtually anything here, including food and cleaning products, cosmetics, clothing, shoes, furniture, white/brown goods, home furnishings, antiques and various old papers. You can also order custom-made furniture or have it upholstered on the spot.

Na Młynie Market

ul Poprzeczna 33/35 (Młyn Sułkowice), open every Sunday, from 5 am to 4 pm, free admission

This is a flea market. You can buy virtually anything here, including clothes, shoes, furniture, china, gardening equipment, bicycles, cleaning products from Germany, new and second hand household appliances, textiles, antiques and lots of extremely interesting old papers. The former mill facilities also house specialist shops with antiques and bicycles.


Market in Gnieźnieńska

ul Gnieźnieńska 6-8, open every last Thursday, Friday and Saturday of the month from 6 am on Thursday to 2 pm on Saturday, admission 2 PLN (children below fourteen free of charge). Upcoming markets: 26–28 January 2017, 23–25 February 2017

The market offers antiques, vintage arms, china, glassware, cutlery, paintings, sometimes also musical instruments, artistic objects, home furnishings and various bits and pieces such as jewellery, keys, locks, grips and handles, knobs, vintage textiles, tablecloths and sheer curtains. The traders sometimes offer elements of clothing such as leather gloves or hats. You can also buy tin wash tubs, washboards, wash basins, slug-heated irons and collector's items such as numismatic and military items, stamps and little tin soldiers.

Market at Iglica

ul Wystawowa 1 (Centennial Hall), upcoming markets in 2017: 28 and 29 January; 25 and 26 February; 18 and 19 March; 29 and 30 April; 20 and 21 May; 24 and 25 June; 8 and 9 July; 12 and 13 and 27 August; 23 and 24 September; 28 and 29 October; 25 and 26 November; 16 and 17 December. Open from 8 am and 4 pm, free admission

The market offers antiques: furniture, lamps, jewellery, cutlery, china, glassware, artistic objects and paintings. There are also craftsmen who sell their artisan products such as jewellery and household accessories.


Wrocław Gourmet Bazaar

Browar Mieszczański, ul Hubska 44, open every Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm and every Wednesday between 12 pm and 5 pm. Admission is free.

Natural flavours and locally sourced and trusted food, delicacies straight from the farm. The offer includes łomnicki goat's cheeses and Cypriot cheeses, pierogis, butter, yoghurt, fruit juices, healthy bread, home-made cured meats, top quality teas, organic beer, cider and many more fantastic products.

Organic Bazaar "Krótka Droga"

ul Białoskórnicza 26, every Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm

Local farmers come here to sell their organic produce and share their knowledge, recipes and advice. The bazaar was created to showcase fresh, organic and naturally sourced products. The idea of the Organic Bazaar is to build collaboration between consumers and local products to enjoy top quality food and take care of the environment. Customers can choose from a variety of vegetables, fruit, oils, cheeses, flours, eggs, juices, jams, groats and even home-made breads.


ul Tęczowa 57, every Saturday from 8 am and 4 pm

Ekobazar brings certified organic produce from small-scale producers and organic farmers. On offer: organic bread, mushrooms, vegetables, fruit, fish, meat, cheese, spices and honey.


Rękidzieła fest

The summer edition is held in Przejście Żelaźnicze in Wrocław, the winter edition at the Nowe Horyzonty Cinema. The dates of the upcoming markets will be available soon.

The colourful stalls showcase a variety of unique jewellery, toys, home and clothing accessories, clothes, cards and gifts. Rękidzieła Fest also offers workshops and fashion shows. The cat walk will feature latest collections from independent fashion designers who make and decorate clothes on their own. You simply cannot find these anywhere in the high street. The collections will be available for sales over the two consecutive weekends.

Lower Silesia Record Market

Klub Firlej, ul Grabiszyńska 56, every first Saturday of the month at Klub Firlej, free admission

The Lower Silesia Record Market is a perfect opportunity to replenish your record collection, buy some new recordings, sell or exchange your LPs or simply to meet and have a friendly chat.

Car Market

ul Gnieźnieńska 6–8, every Sunday from 6 am to 2 pm, admission 2 PLN (children below fourteen free of charge)

The market is highly recommended to those who wish to buy a car, spare parts, accessories and car cosmetics as well as motorbikes or scooters.


ul Giełdowa 12, from 7 am to 2 pm, the vintage bike show from 10 am. Admission 12 PLN, children below 10 free of charge. Upcoming markets: 5 March, 23 April, 11 June, 24 September, 19 November.

The market attracts bikers and automotive fans from all over Lower Silesia. You can admire and buy both latest and vintage bikes, the latter being professionally restored. The event also includes a vintage bike show</p>

Collector's Market

Plac Dominikański 6, every Sunday, from 7.30 am to 12.30 pm, free admission

This is where Wrocław collectors meet. They sell and buy phone cards, coins, banknotes, stamps, postcards and even John Paul II memorabilia. Those who collect the latter are called popophiles

Pet and Electronic Goods Market

ul Robotnicza 5, every Sunday, from 6 am to 2 pm, free admission

If you wish to buy electronic spare parts and various electronic equipment and accessories, this places is just for you. The little pet market also offers small pets as well as animal food and pet accessories.

Exotic Animals Market EXOTICA

NOT, ul Piłsudskiego, between 10 am and 4 pm (5–2 PLN). Upcoming markets in 2017: 19 March, 4 June, 22 October, 10 December.

The event showcases a variety of exotic insects, spiders, reptiles, amphibians and mammals. The presented invertebrates (insects and spiders) are also available for sales, and so is the equipment for their future owners.

Minerals, Fossils and Jewellery Market

ul Wystawowa 1 (Centennial Hall), from 10 am to 6 pm, admission 8 PLN (adults) and 5 PLN (concessions). Held three times a year.

Artisan jewellery, minerals, fossils, stone products, amber and meteorites.


The list features your top daily destinations to buy your greens, eggs, bread, fresh fruit and other seasonal products.

  1. ul Komandorska/Radosna
    2. ul Legnicka/Niedźwiedzia
    3. ul Obornicka
    4. ul Ptasia
    5. ul Skoczylasa
    6. ul Żernicka/Rogowska
    7. ul Lotnicza - "ASTRA" Department Store passageway
    8. ul Żmigrodzka / Broniewskiego
    9. ul Bacciarellego


Lower Silesia Food and Agricultural Products Wholesale Centre

ul Giełdowa 12, tickets 7 PLN

The centre houses several specialised markets: a dairy market, open from Monday to Saturday between 7 am and 4 pm; fruit and vegetable market, open from Monday to Saturday between 7 am and 4 pm; and meat market, open from Monday to Saturday between 7 am and 4 pm.

Flower Market

ul Giełdowa 12, from Monday to Saturday, between 5 am and 12 pm, admission 7 PLN (40 PLN from 5 am to 8 am).

Cut flowers, pot flowers, decorations, florist articles, candles, wreathes and decorative metalwork. Bulk buying available exclusively.

Pet Market

ul Giełdowa 12, Friday from 9am to 12 pm, admission 7 PLN

The market offers a variety of tank and pond fishes, aquarium plants, fishing equipment, fur animals, birds, reptiles, fodders, delicacies and accessories. The market is primarily designed for wholesalers.


ul Obornicka 235–237, open round the clock, admission 3 PLN (per car)

This is a fruit and vegetable market.


Christmas Market

Rynek, ul Świdnicka, Oławska, from 10 am to 9 pm, free admission. The market is open from the last weekend of November until Christmas.

The wooden stalls showcase a variety of Christmas gifts, including lace decorations, oil paintings for children, unique patchwork products from Nepal, fragrant soaps from Portugal and Marseilles, hand-made decorations and Christmas trees and baubles, natural beauty products from Egypt and Jordan and many more fantastic products. You can also choose from a variety of other products such as hand-embroidered anti-allergic mascots, wooden toys, silverware, gold-plated jewellery with precious stones or beautiful cushions with embroidered folk motifs. The offer also includes a selection of delicacies such as special cheeses, cured meats, breads, snacks and gingerbreads.