Shopping malls, small designer boutiques, flea markets and fashion fairs are some of the tempting shopping options available in Warsaw. You can find stores featuring the leading global and European brands, both from the top shelf as well as more affordable options.
A good idea would be to get yourself something special and choose Polish fashion designs and products tagged “Made in Poland”. If you are looking for bargains, on the other hand, check out the Warsaw outlets.
Visit one of the most fashionable streets in Warsaw, with design stores and boutiques of well-known Polish designers and jewellery brands.
3 Mysia Street
The old seat of the central censorship office in the communist era has been turned into an alternative department store. The four floors house fashion and interior design shops as well as a photography gallery and a café.
The characteristic black building of Wolf Bracka houses a luxury department store with shops featuring the best-known global brands, an exclusive restaurant, a wine store and a delicatessen. The place draws on pre-war shopping traditions.
Trzech Krzyży Square
This picturesque square with the centrally located St. Alexander’s Church is surrounded by boutiques featuring well-known luxury brands, as well as numerous bistros and cafés.
Located in the very heart of the city, this shopping mall is known for its characteristic wavy roof. It is one of the most popular shopping places in the city. When your shopping is done, you can take it easy in the cinema on the top floor.
Arkadia is the biggest shopping centre in Poland, visited annually by some 20 million customers. It houses flagship stores featuring Polish and global brands, restaurants and cafés, a cinema and a playroom for children.
This shopping centre offers a wide range of stores, restaurants and services associated with fashion, including both popular and premium brands, as well as designer boutiques. It also has a cinema and a gym.
Wars Sawa Junior
The Wars Sawa Junior department store is one of the oldest shopping centres in Poland. Built in the late 1960s in the difficult period of the People’s Republic of Poland, they were a shopping mecca for Varsovians and people from other cities. The store offers the world’s largest clothing labels and other brands.