Shopping malls in Warsaw offer excellent opportunities to shop for the best European brands in the Polish capital city. Shopping malls are also a good escape from a dreary day and can help you spend your time when you would rather not traipse around the city looking at sights.
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Golden Terraces or Zlote Tarasy
The Golden Terraces shopping center can be found near the Warsaw Centralna train station and the Palace of Culture and Science. Its undulating glass roof is its most remarkable exterior feature - you can't miss it! Inside, several floors of shops will help you fill your suitcase full of everything from clothing to chocolate. If you're exploring Warsaw on foot, this shopping mall is within walking distances of major sights.
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Arkadia is five levels of over 200 shops, making it the largest shopping mall in Poland. There's no doubt you'll find at least one item to attract your fancy in this mega-mall.
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Blue City is home to over 200 shops, but more can be found in the nearby area if you haven't been able to get your shopping fix within the walls of this large shopping center. Blue City lives up to its name by providing a one-stop spot for dining, entertainment, beauty, and shopping.
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Almost 250 shops on several floors make Galeria Mokotow one of the largest shopping centers in Warsaw. Visitors may have to take a tram or bus to reach it.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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CH Warszawa Wilenska
Conveniently located near Old Town Warsaw in the Praga district of the city, Warszawa Wilenska shopping mall is near the Warszawa Wilenska train station. Familiar American and European brand clothing, accessories, entertainment, and electronics can be found here.