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.

Warsaw has four main shopping streets, all in Śródmieście. The larger stores lie on ulica Marszałkowska (from ulica Królewska to plac Zbawiciela) and aleje Jerozolimskie (from Central Station to plac Generała de Gaullea, in Śródmieście). Smaller stores and more specialized boutiques can be found on ulica Nowy Świat and ulica Chmielna. Another fashionable shopping street just a bit farther off is ulica Burakowska, while some smaller designer shops and ateliers are scattered around town.

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  • 1. Arkadia

    Muranów | Shopping Centers/Malls

    Arkadia shopping mall boasts that it is "the largest shopping center in Poland," where you can buy almost anything in more than 180 shops, grab...Read More

  • 2. Blikle Delikatesy

    Centrum | Food/Candy

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

  • 3. Cepelia

    Centrum | Crafts

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

  • 4. Desa

    Centrum | Antiques & Collectibles

    For fine antique furniture, art, and china try Desa Unicum, an auction house and gallery, one of the oldest in the country. Remember, however...Read More

  • 5. Galeria Nizio

    Praga | Art Galleries

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

  • 6. Gosia Baczyńska

    Stare Miasto | Clothing

    Designer clothing by Gosia Baczyńska, who is now running her own boutique, is popular with Polish celebrities; her collection—modern and classically...Read More

  • 7. JKM

    Centrum | Shoes/Luggage/Leather Goods

    JKM is a small shop crammed with bags, suitcases, and gloves from the best Polish producers. ...Read More

  • 8. Kalimba

    Muranów | Toys

    The store sells lovely toys made of natural materials and houses a colorful "Kofifi" cafeteria for parents and their children. ...Read More

  • 9. Koło Sunday Market


    The largest Warsaw open-air antique market—Koło at the corner of Obozowa and Ciołka streets—has a little bit of everything, and is open every...Read More

  • 10. Olimpia Sunday Market


    Olimpia Sunday Market has a little bit of everything: sausages and sweets, second-hand clothing, antique furniture, old vinyl records—you name...Read More

  • 11. Paprocki & Brzozowski

    Centrum | Clothing

    This is the flagship store of the designer tandem Paprocki and Brzozowski—that's Marcin Paprocki and Mariusz Brzozowski. ...Read More

  • 12. Pola La

    Powisle | Clothing

    Pola La is the handbag atelier of a talented Polish designer. ...Read More

  • 13. Raster

    Centrum | Art Galleries

    The most talked-about art gallery in town started as a showcase for independent art in a private flat of an old tenement house. Although it...Read More

  • 14. Ruta

    Powisle | Clothing

    The shop sells fantastic hats, bags, and belts designed by Pracownia Kaletnicza and Marta Ruta. Liza Minelli owns one already. ...Read More

  • 15. W. Kruk

    Centrum | Jewelry & Watches

    This is one of the oldest and best-established jewelry stores in Poland. ...Read More

  • 16. Wedel

    Centrum | Food/Candy

    To satisfy your chocolate craving, direct your steps toward Wedel. When Wedel first opened in 1851, it was a family-owned company; now it's...Read More

  • 17. Zielony Kot

    Centrum | Jewelry & Watches

    The name translates to the "green cat" in English, and the jewelry and accessories at this shop are as fun and funky as the name promises. ...Read More

  • 18. Złote Tarasy

    Centrum | Shopping Centers/Malls

    You cannot beat the location of this shopping mall in the very center, right next to main railway station (Dworzec Centralny). In fact, it has...Read More

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  • 19. Art Gallery

    Stare Miasto | Jewelry & Watches

    The Art Gallery has a great selection of silver and amber, although much of it is somewhat overpriced. ...Read More

  • 20. Czuły Barbarzyńca

    Powisle | 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 of English...Read More

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