Polish food is much more than kielbasa (sausage) and pierogi (stuffed dumplings). One of the best places to sample traditional Polish food is the city of Krakow, the old capital of Poland, located in the south of the country, about 188 miles (300km) from Warsaw. There are over 300 restaurants around the Main Market Square, the heart of Krakow’s old city, place where all tourists flock but also the locals consider their place to meet and go for the traditional cup of coffee. In fact, a Polish guy who tries to invite a girl for a date, would ask her out for a coffee, not for a drink. Here on the picture the historic Krakow’s Main Market Square, in the center the building called Sukiennice or Cloth Hall as it served for cloth merchants in the Middle Ages and currently is full of stalls selling local handicraft to tourists.