Must see shopping in Warsaw

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    Super-colourful Polish design socks in lots of fun patterns, plus scarves, belts and other fashion accessories, are sold by this brand whose philosophy is…

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    Galeria Wileńska

    Pretty much all your shopping needs will be met by this modern mall that includes many international fashion brands, the hypermarket Carrefour, and plenty…

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    Mo61 Perfume Lab

    The staff at Mo61 will help you create your own unique perfume from the bottled scents they have produced in Grasse in the south of France. It's all very…

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    Demmers Teahouse

    Stocking well over 100 different types of teas and infusions, as well as all the accoutrements needed for a splendid tea party, Demmers is a top spot for…

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    Pracownia Sztuki Dekoracyjnej

    The oldest bronze-metal foundry in Warsaw, in business since 1862. Pick up exceptional pieces in the shape of candleholders, mirror and picture frames,…

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    Jan Kielman

    The Kielman clan has been making fine men's leather shoes and accessories since 1883. Their products aren't cheap, but you’ll probably have them for life.

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    Płyty Gramofonowe

    Mainly secondhand but also some new vinyl LPs are sold in this store, attractively decorated with retro music posters. Old jazz platters are a speciality.

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    Pracownia Rękawiczek

    Tucked away in the Old Town is this small shop selling fine, handmade leather gloves in a variety of styles and colours. Prices start from around 180zł

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    Lniany Zaułek

    Fine-quality Polish linens and towels are sold from this tiny shop. You can buy the material by the metre as well as made up into scarves or blankets.

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    This tiny workshop has been making good-quality hats for men and women since 1864. Its classic style is the Szyprówka peaked cap in black (145zł).

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    Pracownia Pędzli i Szczotek

    Three generations of the Baryliński family have been making, selling and repairing brushes of all shapes and sizes from this tiny shop since 1952.

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    One of Poland's largest shopping malls, Arkadia offers some 240 shops, plus 30 cafes and restaurants and a 15-screen multiplex under one roof.

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    Matylda Zielińska sells her delicate, handcrafted jewellery, including rings, bracelets, earrings and necklaces, from this tiny boutique.

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    Galeria Grafiki i Plakatu

    This gallery is a good place to hunt down original Polish poster prints and graphic art, both originals and reproductions.

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    Leto Gallery

    This small gallery mainly promotes the generation of artists who came of age after the fall of communism in 1989. Exhibitions change roughly once a month.

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    Bazar Różyckiego

    For a taste of a bygone Warsaw, take a swing through this traditional open-air market. Stroll along stalls selling voluminous ladies' underwear, frilly…

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    Galeria Sztuki Stara Praga

    Stocking mainly large pieces of antique and retro furniture, you can also find some nicely framed old pieces of art here as well as smaller decorative…

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    Klif Dom Mody

    This shopping mall is mainly devoted to fashion with plenty of international brands represented alongside local designers, such as Lidia Kalita (www…

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    Wars Sawa Junior

    More like a big terrace of major-brand shops than a self-contained mall, tenants range from Polish chains including Empik to internationals such as H&M, C…

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    Środkowa 7 Bareja Klub

    Packed with old books, LPs and other bric-a-brac dating back to the days of communist Poland, this is a fun place to rummage around for a retro Warsaw…