Hala Targowa Wroclaw shopping center

Hala Targowa is a traditional a place of trade and meetings of residents.

A traditional place for shopping Hala Targowa (Wroclaw) – designed by Richard Plüddemann and Heinrich Küster.

Hala Targowa was built in 1908 and it is a valuable engineering monument. The design was very modern, the construction was supported on reinforced concrete arches, what gave the building a high durability. The external elevation is partly made of bricks, whereas from the south it is plastered. The window frames were made of steel. The building has two towers and a clock. The building has 4 floors, the most important is the main hall and the gallery surrounding it. In the cellars there are freezers and butchers’ rooms where there is quartered the meat. The hall towers are unfortunately not available for tourists. Many architectural elements of the Hala Targowa have been written in the list of the monuments. Starting from the main portals made of sandstone in the art nouveau style, through bas-reliefs, urban coat of arms, clocks. Ending with balustrades, stairs and even crates of meat stands also made in the art nouveau style.

Now Hala Targowa is a traditional a place of trade and meetings of residents.

After entering the main hall on the left side, you can find a few very large stands with fruits and vegetables, on the right there are meat, bakeries and dairy products. There are several stands with traditional products from Spain and Portugal. You can buy not only regional products but also high quality Spanish hams or feta cheese. You can buy here bread baked on natural sourdough, spelt buns, soy mingers, cold pressed oils, herbs and spices, birch juice. In the further part there are many stands with flowers and floristic accessories. There is a cash machine at the entrance, but for the majority of stands there is a possibility you to pay by a card. Apart from shopping, there are a few cheap bars and cafes in the hall, and a restaurant with  a craft beer in front of the entrance. In the hall gallery there are stands with chemical and household articles. In front of the building there is a tram stop (lines 8,7,17,9,23) next to it there are a few parking places, however, it is the best to walk on this part of the city.

 

Links to pages about similar topic:

News about Wroclaw:  http://wroclaw.naszemiasto.pl/artykul/hala-targowa-we-wroclawiu-dojazd-adres-godziny-otwarcia,3189197,art,t,id,tm.html

Wikipedia: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hala_Targowa_przy_ul._Piaskowej_we_Wroc%C5%82awiu

Trade Stand : http://halatargowa.pl/stoiska-handlowe/

The Best Tea Gardens in Wroclaw

 

THE BEST TEA GARDENS İN WROCLAW

I want to talk about very nice tea gardens in Wroclaw. When you walking around this beautiful city, you can give a small tea break in these places. In article I would like to talk about two of them.

The first place I would like to mention is “Herbaciarnia Czajownia”, which is my favorite among the others. When you get off at Rynek or świdnicka stop, it is in a fairly central location that you can reach in just five minutes on foot. From the moment you step into this tea garden, orientalist decorations, kinds of music and fruity shisha smell mixed with the aroma of a thousand kinds of tea will fascinate you.

Whether you can sit in the traditional seats on inside. If you are in the city during the spring or summer months, I can recommend you to sit in the evening under dim lighting in the garden. Very nice pictures and kilims hanging on the walls have strengthened the atmosphere of the environment.

 

Czajownia has a strong menu that you can find more than hundred different varieties and different teas from each region.your orders usually come with a teapot and you can drink at least four glasses. You can also drink shisha, anindispensable part of Eastern culture.

 

 

My choice was “Masala”. Masala tea, an Indian drink, means mixed spicy tea. Masala tea is one of the most special blends of Indian cultivars.This tea, which has been widely used in Asian regions in the past, has a slightly different taste and structure than other teas with its preparation and content. I liked it, ıf you like spicy tastes It can be great to drink especially in winter.

The second place I will talk about is “Herbaciarnia Targowa”. It was established in October 2015 at Hala Targowa, which its long opening hours. Tea or coffee in Targowa can be drunk from 8 am a week! Only on Sundays opening hours are a bit later because the door opens only at 11:00. In turn, they close at 22:00.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Wrocław, I will say that the Herbaciarnia Targowa has located a considerable distance from the Railway Station, although still in the center of Wrocław. Nevertheless, if there is no traffic, you will get there quickly. I recommend public transportation because finding a parking space can be difficult. Old wroclaw photos on the wall add a nice atmosphere to the cafe.

This place have a powerful menu including teas and more, which can be ordered. There are both classic and flavored teas.  Coffee lovers will also find something for themselves. In addition to drinks, you can also order something sweet.In Targowa everyone will find something for themselves. In addition to being a tea garden, you can shoping tea and tea accessories on Targowa.

You can give a tea break here when you visit this beautiful city  or if you want to try something different on a weekend, you can visit Czajownia or Herbaciarnia Targowa and enjoy different tastes when have fun with your loved ones.

Bon Appetit!