There is also underground life :) The guide will take you through a system of corridors under the Market Place and the renaissance houses. These used to be the merchants' cellars and stores. In the "golden times" of the First Noble Republic of Poland; i.e. 16/ 17 centuries, the local merchants were extremely rich from trading in grain that was shipped down the Vistula to Gdańsk.
From the city, over the valley, the Pepper Mountains are in view. They are very old mountains with a unique collection of wild roses and unique grey-black, striped mineral which is used for jewellery.
The Market Place. This anchor, and especially the chain rising on its own is for the joy of tourists indicating them nice weather. It also makes a favourite site for photo taking of new married couples where looking at the chain gives the groom the feeling of being a complete male.