Pottering around Gdansk's main town you'll find many little shops to explore. One local treasure that you're sure to encounter in this part of the world is amber, 'the gold of the Baltic', and the Poles can make this into pretty much anything from elegant jewellery to elaborate chess sets.
Further north in Sopot, you'll find the commercial district centred around the lively ul. Bohaterow Monte Cassino, whilst in Gdynia the brash ul. Starowiejska is setting the tone. Have a look at our directory for some hidden gems or sure-fire favourites.
It was a good place to visit
Bought pants from shop called "4You". After hour of usage they began to fell apart. Tried to take them back and return them but the clerk told me that they wont take them back or change them and if I wan't to make a complain they can fix the pants and I can pick them up in 14 days. As a piece of advice: buy your stuff from bigger chains that realize the term: customer service and satisfaction.
Good location, 5'minitus walking from the beach, lots of free security parking, easy access from DT Gdynia, Sopot ,Gdansk by train. Nice shopes friendly people ,lots of cafes and very clean!
cool place to shop, good range of clothing and good prices
Great place and full of character, very Polish! will be back soon!
great centre with lots of parking
excellent shopping centre...great location only 5 mins walk from sopot beach..great xx
You won't find a great selection of music here (and the CDs are way overpriced), but there are English-language books and magazines available, as well as electronic gadgets to play with.
Typical shopping centre, lots of shops and a good place for souvenirs