Olds Marketplace “Młyn Sułkowice”

Bazaars and markets are places where you can find many unique items. It is a perfect for all those tired of malls. While in Wroclaw you must visit this one of those magical places full of old stuff, antiquities as well as fresh fruits. There are few which are open throughout the week. Some of them only once in a week (Saturday, Sunday)or even once in a month.

The Olds Market near “Młyn Sułkowice” is open every Sunday. It is advisable to go there in the morning to avoid the crowd and be sure that you get what you search for, as the choice in the morning is bigger.

You can find there used and new bicycles, different sport equipment, old and interesting furniture, clothes, organic food straight from the farmers, electronic equipment, basically everything you can imagine . The market is pretty huge and there are few hundreds stalls to check so be ready to spend there at least few hours to make sure you find what you need.

It is the best place for those of you, who search for a bicycle. You can find there different types, for women, for men, for kids, mountain bikes, city ones, racing ones…so all needs will be satisfied. You can get a used bike in a very good condition for like 200 zl or new one which will be more expensive.

Also be prepare for hard bargaining if you want to get a good deal. Never accept the first price offered by the seller. And go to the next one to see what kind of deal can you get there as the thing of your interest can be available in few different places. It actually can be entertaining and you can have lots of fun while doing it.

How you can get there?

The “Młyn Sułkowice” is located on Poprzeczna Street, just next to CH Korona Mall. You will quickly spot the old building with the huge sign on it stating the name.

From the city center there is a bus D going there. However the bus stop of the bus D is located pretty far away and you have to walk for 10 minutes. It is more convenient to reach Plac Grunwaldzki which is connected with the entire city, and then take bus 131 or 141 and get out on Brücknera stop, and the market will be just in front of it.


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