Warsaw Shopping

In terms of shopping, Warsaw has it all—from big, sparkling shopping malls to tiny boutiques and specialty stores, as well as some decent street markets. Increasingly, international chains—such as Marks & Spencer—are appearing, which has meant that locally produced products are sometimes harder to find than expensive imported alternatives. Shopping hours are usually from 11 am to 7 pm

on weekdays and from 10 am to 1 pm on Saturday, but shopping malls are open until 8 or even 10 pm. RUCH kiosks, which sell bus and train tickets, newspapers, and cosmetics, are usually open from 7 am to 7 pm.

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  • Shopping Centers/Malls

Lately, one of the most popular shopping mall is Arkadia, where you can buy almost anything in more than 180 shops, grab a quick bite...

Blikle Delikatesy

  • Food/Candy

If you are looking for more than just the sweets, Blikle Delikatesy sells traditional Polish products (such as natural honey or smoked...


  • Crafts

Cepelia, which has several branches in Warsaw, sells folk art, including wood carvings and silver and amber jewelry. ...

Czuły Barbarzyńca

  • Books/Stationery

A bookshop and a café, this is Warsaw's most popular two-in-one establishment. Most books are in Polish, but there is a good selection...


  • Antiques/Collectibles

For fine antique furniture, art, and china try Desa, an auction house and gallery. Remember, however, that most antiques cannot be exported...


  • Clothing

Fun, colorful children's clothing (for ages 2 and up) fills this shop and there's a play area for the young customers. ...

Galeria Farbiarnia

  • Art Galleries

For slightly conservative buyers, Galeria Farbiarnia promises paintings for all tastes and pockets. ...

Galeria Mokotów

  • Shopping Centers/Malls

The big sister among the newer malls, this unceasingly popular spot is still the best destination for designer clothing. Plus it has...

Galeria Nizio

  • Art Galleries

There are many galleries in Praga, some seasonal and with "flexible" opening hours, but Galeria Nizio, which moved to Warsaw from New...

Galeria Sztuki Katarzyny Napiórkowskiej

  • Art Galleries

The gallery holds one of the finest collections of contemporary Polish art in the world. It has several other branches in Warsaw. ...


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