The oldest bronze-metal foundry in Warsaw, in business since 1862. Pick up exceptional pieces in the shape of candleholders, mirror and picture frames, wall lamps etc.
Largest shopping mall in Poland, with some 200 shops under one roof. It’s handy to the metro.
Talk about a mishmash of items: this shop sells Polish jewellery, carved stoneware and crafts, along with furniture, shells and even musical instruments from across the globe.
Owned by the Association of Polish Artists and Designers, this gallery offers a broad range of contemporary Polish art for sale.
Small gallery stocking the best selection of original prints and graphic art in Poland. It also has a good range of posters.
Need an exquisite chandelier? Pick up a Gothic or fin-de-siécle number here. Most end up in museums and palaces, but there are a few pieces available (wall lamps start at 700zł) for the average Joe.
This huge antiques and bric-a-brac market, held on Sundays in the western suburb of Koło, sells everything from old farm implements and furniture to WWII relics such as rusted German helmets, ammo boxes and shell ca…
Specialises in maps, atlases and travel guides; the best place in town for hiking and national park maps.
Popular, very central mall behind Warszawa Centralna station, with almost every chain shop you can think of. Its distinctive curved glass roof is clearly visible near the Palace of Culture & Science.
The Kielman clan has been making shoes since 1883. Their leather footwear starts at 1900zł, but you’ll probably have them for life.