The G9 shopping centre is situated in the very heart of Vilnius on Gediminas Avenue and the perfect spot for fashion lovers to go shopping. It’s home to popular Scandinavian brands, like Lindex, COS and H&M, as well as a bookstore and the first Nespresso store in the Baltic States.
Looking for something authentic to remind you of your trip to Vilnius? Visit Locals.lt to find Lithuanian designs, clothing and jewellery. Shopping requires a lot of energy, and the food hall will rescue you once you work up an appetite. The G9 Food Hall is a stylish place to eat all kinds of food, from vegan dishes to pizzas, burgers and even Japanese dumplings.
The CUP shopping centre is located across the Neris River from the Old Town. It’s super easy to get there – just cross the White Bridge. The 5-floor shopping centre will suit all your needs. CUP has a number of clothing, shoe, jewellery, cosmetic, and home appliance stores, as well as a bookstore, supermarket, many restaurants, bakeries, and even an entertainment area.
Akropolis is the biggest shopping centre in Vilnius and has everything your heart could desire. Attention, book lovers: Pegasas is the biggest bookstore in the Baltics. Akropolis offers lots of entertainment options too, including a cinema, a bowling alley and even a skating rink!
Panorama is a modern shopping centre where you can hunt for bargains for you, your family and your home. The shopping centre has many global brands and a wide assortment of clothing, shoes, toys, home appliances and more. There are more than 20 restaurants and cafes in Panorama, so you can relax and recharge while you’re shopping.
Are you in need of a wardrobe refresh? If so, head to Ozas where you’ll find all kinds of different brands. Clothing and shoes for the entire family, cosmetics, jewellery, and home decor – there’s a wide assortment to choose from. If you’re in the mood for a movie, the Multikino cinema is waiting for you, your friends and family!
Shop for home decor, toys, and beauty products at Nordika. Sports enthusiasts won’t be left disappointed after visiting the SportsDirect.com store and Decathlon. And if you need something for your home, IKEA is just a few minutes away.