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Warsaw has changed a lot since the fall of the Soviet bloc – the city swanks a dazzling skyline of skyscrapers and luxury hotels that shade the gloomy communist architecture which still stands. The Old Town, which was rebuild after WWII, is now a thriving center of cultural significance. Warsaw is an important scene for fashionistas too, with chic boutiques and luxury shopping. The cuisine is exquisite – a mix of Polish, Russian, Lithuanian, German and Jewish influences.

Centrum Handlowe Warszawa Wileńska 2015Adrian Grycuk / CC BY-SA 3.0

Warszawa Wileńska

Warszawa Wileńska

Mall and train station

Mall and train station Editors' Note

Nestled on the right bank of the Vistula, Warszawa Wileńska is a multifunctional venue, combining shopping, dining, activities and entertainment, under one roof. At the heart of the gallery is a food court, which can be seen from all floors.

Warszawa Wileńska is also a train station - the first of its kind in Poland combining the features of a transport hub, with the full advantages of a modern shopping center.

Warszawa Wileńska
ul. Targowa 72, Warsaw
22 642 24 16