Discount department store run by British company with great choise of food of all kinds, alcohol, beer, clothes, books, music, movies, electronics, computers etc. etc.
On the same roof stores with photo/camera equipment (pics in 1 hr), clothes, shoes, jewerly, newspapers, perfums, computers etc. Laundry in 1 hr. ATMs.
Free of charge scheduled bus from Tychy (stop near Winter Stadium) and nearby towns and villages - more in my transportation tips.
What to buy: Fresh fish: pike-perch is the best for me.
If you can't do the fish welcome to my kitchen (buy more, I love them:-).
There are a lot of brands of beer available in Tesco including the two top Polish brands:
1. TYSKIE beer produced in Tychy
2. ZYWIEC beer produced in Zywiec
Tyskie is lighter, Zywiec is more expensive. Most Poles choose Tyskie but try... both and choose.
What to buy: Tyskie Gronie and Zywiec beer.
What to pay: For 0.5 l (16.91 oz) can:
Tyskie - 2.30 zl = $0.58 = 0.51 euros
Zywiec - 2.70 zl = $0.68 = 0.59 euros.
Large discount store best for food and booze/alcohol bevereges shopping.
What to buy: If you don't like Tyskie beer buy one of tenths (maybe even over 100) of other types of beer. What about Irish Kilkenny?
What to pay: Hmm... almost three times more expensive than Tyskie beer.
I have never seen this size of packaging for beer in the USA
We have large kegs for college partying, but they are much bigger than this.
This is the local market where you can get fruits, clothes, etc.
We were waiting for my one-hour film to get developed, so we looked around.