For shopaholics, Warsaw is a great place to spend hours together in the shopping centres. If interested in apparel designing, it is worth visiting Polish design workshops. Bargain hunters should visit the factory outlet stores to find older collections of the most popular global brands. Those interested in unique and original collections should visit the most fashionable streets in the centre of Warsaw. There are many boutiques of Polish designers and local jewellery brands.
Zlote Tarasy or Golden Terraces is a modern complex housing office spaces, a shopping centre and a hotel. Known for its signature wavy glass ceiling that accentuates cosy lighting and uber cosmo style, Golden Terraces also has an 8-screen multiplex cinema. Over 200 restaurants and shops round up this mega mall, making it a great day out for the family.
Address: Złota 59, 00-120 Warszawa, Poland
Sadyba is another mall that can satisfy all your shopping needs. You can buy Children's clothing, sports shops, health products, home & interior and books inside Sadyba. Services like a hair salon, pet store, florist, travel agency, photo developing centre, and an Orange IMAX makes this shopping centre worth the visit. Restaurants and various food options are also available.
Address: Powsińska 31, 02-903 Warszawa, Poland
The factory is everything surplus! Be it foreign brands like Levi's, Mango, Lee, Benetton, Nine West, Nike or Adidas, or local boutiques like Simple or Vistula. This shopping centre is the place to scour for the lowest prices.
Address: Annopol 2, 03-236 Warszawa, Poland
Centrumland Mall serves the regular retail shop package, with a few extra special services as well. Medical clinics, veterinary clinics, banking and a postal centre, add a unique touch to Centrumland shopping centre.
Address: aleja Harcerzy Rzeczypospolitej, 02-743 Warszawa, Poland
When riding the suburban trains, hop off the end-line station at Wilenska. From the train's public terminal, step into high-street gear as Centrum Mall's connecting entrance comes to view. There are around 100 shops and restaurants in this shopping centre. Carrefour supermarket occupies the 2nd level.
Address: Targowa 72, 03-734 Warszawa, Poland
Wola Park Mall is an interactive complex with a shopping centre filled with fashion retail shops, interior & household stalls, salons, laundry area, opticians and loads more. Banking services and mobile operator sections are within the premises. There is an internet cafe available and Calypso Fitness Club, a public basketball court, volleyball areas, and a winter ice skating rink.
Address: Górczewska 124, 01-460 Warszawa, Poland
Janki Mall houses a 10-theatre cinema equipped with Dolby Digital Surround Sound. This all-around mall includes services like banking, a salon, pharmacies and opticians; in addition to the fast-food stalls, there are restaurants, sports shops and fashionable boutiques.
Address: Mszczonowska 3, 05-090 Janki, Poland
This massive building offers many opportunities to visitors. Stroll along the rows of boutiques, retail shops and additional services like banking, telecom centres, electronics, salon and organic market. There is also a cinema and bowling alley for entertainment, Fikoland for children's play area. The mall's big tenants are Ahold, Park & Cloppenburg, Marks & Spencer, Kappahl, Cubus and Carrefour Supermarket. After a tiring and productive day at the shopping centre, plenty of restaurants and cafes offer tasty cuisines.
Address: Wołoska 12, 02-675 Warszawa, Poland
Arkadia shopping centre is popular among movie buffs with its 15-theatre cinema. This modern mall attends to its customers' needs quite well. With health & beauty sections, spa, salon and a fitness club to ease shopping stress, other services include boutiques, bookstores, pharmacies and banking.
Address: al. Jana Pawła II 82, 00-175 Warszawa, Poland