Due to the fact we live in Mokotow it's not surprising that this is our local shopping centre. If luxury is what you want then it's all here. In fact how some of these shops survive is beyond me.
With mostly Italian designer brands its target audience is people who like to spend, spend, spend.
If you shop around there are some handy retail establishments there. Kuchnia Swiat has world brands and you can buy marmite and Pop Tarts in one go. With, of course, free wifi, a Carrefour supermarket, cinema and a host of other features it does, for us, make for a pleasant local shopping experience. Now undergoing a facelift in the food court area and with super hi-tech touchscreens for the shopper, it seems it is still going places.
One of Warsaw's most relaxing and leafy districts is Mokotow, where many pre-war and old buildings still stand. Split into higher and lower Mokotow, the district boasts a number of parks, a swimming pool, shopping centre and is close to the underground line. It is also home to many expats. Our office is based in Mokotow.
Jon Green - A British expat in Warsaw (Warszawa)
Blogging, photos and videos about Warsaw. Showcasing the new and the old, the modern versus the abandoned and forgotten and a view of the city you might not otherwise see.
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