The most prominent—and most picturesque—port of call for your gifts is the Cloth Hall, right in the middle of the main market square. Where artisans once cut cloth, now traders purvey souvenirs and overpriced jewelry: stalls of leather goods, folk-inspired artifacts, hats, lace, woodcraft, and sundry souvenirs line the historic hall thronging with tourists. The building itself, given a neo-Gothic makeover (colonnades and all) in the 1870s, beckons you to walk through and browse with scores of other shoppers. Two major attractions now feature here: The Gallery of 19th-Century Polish Art upstairs, and the Rynek Underground below street level. Around the square are cafe and restaurant terraces, fashion stores, and historic facades.