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The main shopping areas in Vilnius can be divided nearly into the two areas of Old Town (antiques, amber, books old and new and some nice pieces of art) and parts of the city’s most stylish streets, Didzioji str., Vokieciu str. and Gedimino (designer clothes, mobile phones and more books). The city’s markets are also well worth a visit for an authentic, blast to the past experience if nothing else, as indeed are the increasing number of large shopping centers around the edge of the city, where among other things you’ll find all the clothing and footwear shops we’ve chosen not to list here.


This is the largest shopping and entertainment center in Vilnius. Akropolis boasts numerous shops, as well as various entertainment activities including a skating rink, a cinema, bowling, and various cafes and restaurants offering cuisines from different parts of the world. Several banks, hairdressers and beauty salons, and a solarium are open in this capital of shopping and entertainment. Internet, dry cleaning, and other services are also available.


Over 80 different shops are located in the 21,000 square meters of its territory under a glass arc. Food, clothes, footwear, sporting goods, audio and video equipment, and other goods can be found here. You can take a break and taste culinary masterpieces in the restaurants and cafes of the Europa Shopping Centre. Shops offer various fashionable goods, accessories, gifts, and other pleasant knick-knacks. Banking services and a beauty shop are available here as well.


Gedimio 9 is the newest shopping center in Vilnius and is situated in the very center of the city. You will find over 65 shops here, as well as various cafes and restaurants. In Gedimino 9, shoppers can get acquainted with such well-known trademarks Lindex, La Senza, Living, The Body Shop, Polarn O. Pyret, Teddy, Kashmir, and others. The National Fashion and Design Gallery is open here and offers the works of the most prominent Lithuanian designers in the field of fashion, accessories and bijouterie.


Panorama is a modern shopping mall in a close proximity to the centrum of Vilnius. On the first floor you will find household shops and grocery stores. Second floor is dedicated for the stylish clothing stores. Second floor also houses the entertainment area with first in Lithuania electric go-carts. Third floor is dedicated to the restaurants and cafes with good food and beautiful panoramic views of Vilnius.


The Central Shopping Centre of Vilnius (VCUP) is situated on the bank of the Neris River in the centre of Vilnius. It is one of the oldest shopping centers in the city and has long been a part of the history of the capital. Almost 100 shops are located here alongside restaurants, bars, fast food cafes, billiards, and various other services. Six hundred square meters of space are occupied by a food store. A spacious parking lot has been set up next to the shopping center.


Just about everything you’ll need to buy can be found on the one central strip neatly dividing the old and new parts of the city between Laisvės and Vilniaus or big shopping center Akropolis. Find souvenir shops and stalls full of amber and linen scattered along Vilniaus, and during the summer a large collection of outdoor traders on Laisvės selling everything from sunglasses to second-hand books. Kaunas quickly followed Vilnius with the construction of several large indoor shopping centers, which whether you like the politics that goes with them or not are if nothing else a welcome addition during the freezing winter months. Be warned that Western goods, especially clothes, are criminally expensive.


Positively enormous, this three-floor celebration of capitalism at its most cynical has a large Maxima supermarket, an awful lot of clothes and shoe shops, a decent electrical and electronics outlet, bookshop and, on the top floor, restaurants, ice rink and cinema.


Some 72,000 square meters of retail and leisure space with parking for up to 2,500 vehicles, Mega is crammed full of shops selling everything from designer clothing to microwave ovens to building materials. There’s a decent Rimi supermarket, restaurants, bowling and a five-screen cinema. Also unmissable is their extraordinary and very big aquarium full of fish from all over the world and even small sharks. Out on the Vilnius-Klaipėda highway, look out for minibuses with large Mega signs or take a taxi for around 5 EUR.


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