Old Town Market Place is a public square in the Old Town area of Warsaw, Poland. The square originates back to the 13th century, over the years it became one of the most important places in the city with people meeting there to trade. During World War Two the square and the buildings surrounding the square were destroyed by German bombing. Since the war, the square has been restored with townhouse buildings also built on the perimeter of the square. Today, the cobblestoned square is a place in the city to socialise with several cafes and restaurants complementing the gentle bustle of passersby.
The square is situated in the Old Town area of Warsaw. By tram, take the 4, 13, 20, 23, 25, 26 or 28 trams to ‘Stare Miasto’ which is a short walk away. By bus, take the 160, 190, 527, N11, N61, N66 or N71 buses to ‘Stare Miasto’ which is a short walk away from the square.
Opening Times and Admission
The square is a public square, you can visit it at any hour of any day for free.