Shopping in Poland is like a dream come true for the shoppers. It is a shopper’s paradise, where you will find a good number of shops and items just waiting to be discovered. Shopping in Poland is quite exciting because you will be able to find a place to shop literally in every major city and town of Poland.
Warsaw is the probably the best place to start your shopping expedition. You will be able to find a number of small and large shops that sell all kinds of items ranging from clothes to local artifacts. If you look far enough you will be able to find a number of invisible shops tucked into nooks and corners with treasure waiting to be discovered by you.
Once you are finished discovering the small shops its time to head for the bigger malls. Warsaw has the biggest shopping mall in Central Europe. Arkadia Shopping mall promises to provide everything that you will need to lead a comfortable stay in this city. The mall includes all major fashion stores which sell international branded clothes such as Tommy Hilfiger, Peek & Cloppenburg, Lacoste, Gant, Espirit, Kappahl and Zara. The mall has a giant Carrefour market in the ground floor.
Marks and Spenser has opened its first food department in the mall. There are a number of restaurants that serve a number of cuisines that will satisfy your gastronomical needs. There is also an electronic shop, where you will find every electronic gadget you are looking for. There are a number of tram lines and buses connecting the mall with all the major points of the city.
You should definitely take some time out to visit Blue City, Poland’s first mega mall. The mega mall covers an area of about 218, 000 square meters. It is no wonder that the mall is termed as the city within a city. The mega mall has a home section, where you will find shops that sell household items, a fun section where you can enjoy popular games such as go-karting and skating and also have some fun at the Inca Playarea. There is also a medical center available in the Blue City.
Gdansk is the best place to go if you are looking for some authentic amber jewelry. There are many shops in Poland which sell special items such as woodcarvings, clay and metal sculptures, glass and enamelware, dolls in regional costumes, hand-woven rugs and silverware. All large shops and malls accept credit cards like Diners Club, MasterCard, American Express and Visa.