Shopping in Warsaw
Warsaw is a great shopping destination. Here you will find a wide selection of modern shopping malls side by side with designer boutiques, dusty family stores and antique markets offering traditional crafts.. Many of the city’s shopping facilities are located in the city center or nearby neighborhoods, ensuring easy access from our Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel. The Polish capital is home to more than 20 shopping malls, most of which also double as places of entertainment. They also have pleasing prices, so you won’t be broke when you return home.
A modern shopping experienceZlote Tarasy is the most popular mall in Warsaw, and is home to over 200 shops and restaurants. Here you can find the biggest name brands and smaller shops with Polish brands. With its unbeatable location, right next to the central train station, this is a prime shopping location in the city.
Arkadia is the largest mall of them all, boasting 190 shops and 30 restaurants and cafés ready to cater to your every shopping desire. Their ground floor is dedicated to everyday shopping, while the first floor is entirely in the name of fashion and a fashionistas dream, and the third floor is an entertainment complex. You will not be disappointed with all that Warsaw has to offer in terms of indoor shopping.
Hunting for your next Polish treasureIf you are on the lookout for Polish treasures from smaller design stores, then you are in for a treat. Why not stop by Boleslawiec Ceramics for some beautiful handmade Polish pottery? Warsaw is filled to the brim with stores dealing in antiques, such as Lapidarium, and you are certain to find old books and other treasures from older times wherever you look. The young ones will love the items from the Copernicus Science Center’s own shop, where you can purchase items that will show them the magic of science, leaving them with a sense of wonder. Christmas is a magic time of year in Warsaw, and a great time to visit for shopping. Several Christmas Markets pop up in the city, providing you with a great opportunity to grab some one of a kind gifts.
After you’ve spent a day shopping in the streets of the Polish capital you can return to our Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw, your home away from home. Our enviable location in the business district, right next to the central train station, puts all of the city’s shopping opportunities at your fingertips. If you need more shopping tips our reception staff are more than willing to assist you.