1. Amber Fifth Avenue, Gdansk - The heart of Gdansk Amber Market, Amber Fifth Avenue includes three streets in Gdansk - the Mariacka, Dluga and Dlugie Pobrzeze Streets. Here you will find street stalls, small jewellery shops, art galleries and workshops where you can see how the amber jewellery is made.
  2. Złote Tarasy, Warsaw - Conveniently located near the Palace of Culture and Science, Zlote Tarasy, with a distinctive curved glass roof visible from a distance, offers possibly every chain  shop you can think off. Other equally popular Warsaw malls include Arkadia, Galeria Mokotow or Wola Park.
  3. Manufaktura, Lodz - Manufaktura has the widest selection of regular chain shops in Lodz, including the upmarket Hugo Boss, Escada Sport or Lacoste. Another recommended Lodz shopping centre is the award-winning Galeria Lodzka, located close to Piotrkowska Street.
  4. Sukiennice, Cracow - The first shopping mall in Poland, Sukiennice (Cloth Hall)  now functions as a market for tourists. The hall is filled with vendors, selling amber jewelry, wooden crafts, lace and embroidered cloths, and souvenirs like pens and postcards.
  5. Cracow’s Market Square - There are so many things to browse and shop for in Cracow's Market Square that many will find it a perfect shopping destination. The square and the tiny little streets branching off from it are filled with little boutiques, souvenir shops, clothing stores, bookshops, pierogi restaurants and more.
  6. Galeria Krakowska, Cracow - The largest shopping centre in the heart of Cracow, Galeria Krakowska is one of Cracow great places to hang around and chill out, with many cafes and restaurants in the shopping arcade. Other Cracow shopping centres  include Bonarka or Galeria M1.
  7. Stary Browar, Poznan - The mid-19th century Stary Bowar is a popular shopping destination in Poznan, with numerous shops, restaurants cafes and an arts centre. Poznan Plaza and King Cross Shopping Centre are other popular Poznan shopping destinations.
  8. Local craft and cheese in Zakopane - Carved wooden boxes, chess sets and figurines are only some of the hand-made goods Zakopane has to offer.  Zakopane is also a good place to buy traditional Polish cheese, leather goods and sheep skin rugs. Most shops are located near the main street of the city - Krupowki, as well as near the main railway station.
  9. Antique shopping, Gdansk - Antique lovers will be delighted shopping for antiques in Poland. There are local flea markets and antique fairs nearly in all Polish cities, as well as famous trade fairs, such as the annual Dominican Fair in Gdansk.
  10. Main Square, Wroclaw - Wroclaw Main Square is a gold mine of souvenir and jewelry shops, hidden in between pubs, bars and restaurants. There are also some conveniently located shopping centres, such as Pasaz Grunwaldzki or Galeria Dominikanska.
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