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Pasaż Grunwaldzki

Since opening in the spring of 2007, Pasaż Grunwaldzki has helped to tremendously rejuvenate an area of Wrocław that was almost completely destroyed during World War II.

Its central location at the crux of public tram and bus traffic makes this mall bustling at all hours of the day. While many customers arrive by foot or public transit, there are over 1,400 parking spaces for those who choose to come by car.

The sleek glass and brick exterior provides a grand setting for the 200+ stores on three commercial stories filled with Polish, European and American brands. Some of the main attractions include: Saturn, Sephora, Zara, H & M, Pierre Cardin, Intimissimi, and Delikatesy T & J Market. The top floor is filled with a huge food court, restaurants, and a movie theater with 11 screens. A favourite getaway while taking a break from a day of shopping is 77 Sushi Restaurant, which offers a wide selection of tasty sushi and Japanese cuisine.

The center’s modern interior is created by sleek grey and white accents with plenty of natural lighting. Illuminated and effervescent fountains throughout the shopping complex also create an element of tranquility. This mall is also a favorite among students with its convenient location adjacent to many university dormitories. One of the more charming aspects is a bronze statue of a shopping gnome, which greets customers as they circumnavigate throughout the mall.

Pasaż Grunwaldzki is the ideal destination for an all-day shopping affair with its incredibly large selection of stores and central location. 

Pasaz Grunwaldzki, Pl. Grunwaldzki 22

Tel: +48 71 390 15 90,

Lauren Petersen

An Indiana girl at heart and a former miss Indianapolis, Lauren Petersen wrote a number of intriguing and insightful articles for Wroclaw Uncut during her time in Poland as Fullbright scholar.

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