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Shopping in Warsaw

The Poles have been quick to catch onto Western trends, embracing the shopping mall experience. Zlote Tarasy stands out from the rest, while those looking for designer fashion should look to the boutiques on pl. Trzech Krzyzy. Bargain hunters have a few markets to visit, the most notable of which is Bazar na Kole. Poland has a reputation for vodka, as well as quality amber jewellery and folk art - all make ideal gifts.

Bazar             Rózyckiego, Warsaw. Photo by Monika Kostera
Zlote Tarasy,                         Warsaw. Photo from Maria Krzesniak
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Zlote Tarasy

Mega mall

Zlote Tarasy is Warsaw's best shopping mall and, unlike most, it's right in the city centre. Covered by a huge glass bubble, visitors will find the usual mix of Western shops as well as smaller stores selling uniquely Polish products.



Opening Hours

Daily 10am-10pm (until 8pm Sun)

Address

59, ul. Zlota, Warsaw 00-819

Telephone

+48 (0) 22 222 22 00

Transport

Dworzec Centralna train station

Website

Zlote Tarasy Website

Bazar Na Kole,                         Warsaw. Photo by Andrzej Mikosz/dobrzewiesz.net
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Bazar Na Kole

Hidden treasure

An outdoor flea market in Obozowa, Bazar Na Kole sells oddities that include Second World War bayonets, 19th-century antique maps and pre-war postcards of Warsaw. Sifting through the treasures and tat can take the whole morning, with haggling absolutely expected.



Opening Hours

Daily 7am-1pm

Address

99, ul. Obozowa, Warsaw 01-433

Transport

Kolo tram

Bazar                         Rózyckiego, Warsaw. Photo by Monika Kostera
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Bazar Rózyckiego

Everything in one market

Outdoor Bazar Rózyckiego has been running since 1905, serving as the place for black market transactions during German occupation, and subsequently in the years of communism. Today it's (mostly!) legal, with stalls selling everything from plastic gizmos to farm produce.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 6am-5pm; Sat 6am-3pm

Address

54, ul. Targowa, Warsaw 03-733

Telephone

+48 (0) 22 619 44 06

Transport

Zabkowska tram

Website

Bazar Rózyckiego Website

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Photo Market

Photographic bargains

Head to the Stodola nightclub in Mokotów each Sunday for cut-price (and entirely legal) photographic equipment. The selection on offer at the Photo Market is mind boggling and a complete must-visit for camera enthusiasts.



Opening Hours

Sun 10am-2pm

Address

10, ul. Batorego, Warsaw 02-591

Transport

pl. Unii Lubelskiej tram

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Arex Folk Art Gallery

Local gifts

Polish folk artists sell their unique mix of artwork, ceramics and handicrafts at the Arex Folk Art Gallery in Warsaw city centre. Gifts to look out for include beautiful hand-painted glassware and expertly carved chess sets.



Opening Hours

Mon-Thu 9am-5pm; Fri 9am-6pm; Sat 9am-2pm

Address

5b, ul. Chopina, Warsaw 00-559

Telephone

+48 (0) 22 629 6624

Transport

pl. Konstytuci tram

Website

Arex Folk Art Website

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Blikle Delikatesy

Sweet treats to eat

Another fine delicatessen, Blikle Delikatesy is specifically noted for its sweets and desserts. When Charles De Gaulle was a resident of Warsaw during the 1920s, this is where he would come for his daily dose of donuts.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 10am-3pm

Address

35, ul. Nowy Swiat, Warsaw 00-029

Telephone

+48 (0) 22 826 45 68

Transport

Muzeum Naradowe tram

Website

Blikle Website

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Chopin Luxury

Top-end spirits

A superb choice for last-minute gifts, Chopin Luxury in the city centre offers an array of attractively packaged high-end vodkas, liqueurs and other Polish alcohol. The Chopin vodka is regarded by some as the best the country has to offer.



Opening Hours

Daily 10am-10pm (until 8pm Sun)

Address

59, Zlote Tarasy shopping mall, ul. Zlota, Warsaw 00-819

Telephone

+48 (0) 22 222 01 03

Transport

Dworzec Centralna train station

Website

Chopin Luxury Website

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Krakowski Kredens

Polish kitchen goodies

Fill your wicker shopping basket with locally produced honey, jams, smoked meats and pickles from Krakowski Kredens in the city centre. This most celebrated delicatessen in Warsaw offers a choice that's guaranteed to enliven your kitchen back home.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-7pm

Address

22, ul. Nowy Swiat, Warsaw 00-373

Telephone

+48 (0) 22 826 40 01

Transport

Muzeum Naradowe tram

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Likus Concept Store

Top labels in Warsaw

This unique central shopping centre is housed in a 19th-century former bathhouse and features a fountain to chill champagne. Likus Concept Store has a couple of designer boutiques, a high-class delicatessen, wine store as well as a fusion restaurant.



Opening Hours

Daily 11am-9pm (until 5pm Sun)

Address

16/18, ul. Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Warsaw 00-325

Telephone

+48 (0) 22 492 74 02

Transport

Uniwersytet bus

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