Banja Luka Shopping

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    Gospodska Ulica

    by Prasnjavi Updated Mar 11, 2004

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    Gospodska Ulica (Stately Street) is main pedestrian zone in Banja Luka. In the part from the main shopping mall to City Hall, there is lot of shops with very special things. From the City Hall to National Theater of Republic of Srpska you can not count coffee bars, full of young people.

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    Trade zone Gospodska ulica (street): Big shoping area

    by Odiseya Updated Jul 15, 2014

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    Gospodska street is well known shopping area.

    In late 19th century in Gospodska street (official name - Ulica Veselin Masleše) raised a number of low neo-renaissance building, and later buildings with elements of Art Nouveau style, intended for commerce and housing. A large number of those objects is still present and making official pedestrian zone in the city center.

    Today in the buildings along the street are many retail shops that offer goods of domestic and international manufacturers.

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    Old-fashioned center "Veselin Maslesa": Explore city center

    by Odiseya Updated Jan 10, 2013

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    Old-fashioned center "Veselin Maslesa" is located between two well known street in Banja Luka: gospodska and jevrejska ulica. It should in due course gets a new, more modern look, or in some bars in the current build modern business and service spaces are incorporated into the whole shopping center.

    Whole area was build it in 1978. It should in due course gets a new, more modern look, or in some bars in the current build modern business and service spaces are incorporated into the whole shopping center.

    Here you could find a numerous small shops of textiles, appliances, cosmetics and various koristnih whatnot. And there are also a large selection of clothes, shoes, sports clothing and obu'e, mobile phones, cosmetics, bags, belts, hair salons, bars to rest, the pizzerias, fast food, roštiljnice ... all kinds of goods, the quality of all varieties and all levels prices.

    Opening hours for many of those small independent shops are: from Monday till Saturday from 9 am till 10 pm and for Sunday from 9 am till 9 pm.

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    Mall Kastel: Worlds brands in close up

    by Odiseya Updated Feb 27, 2014

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    Mall Kastel is one of many big shopping area in capital of Republika Srpska. Placed in famous Gospodska ulica/street (Ulica Veselina Masleše) and square of Krayina is well known zone for exploration attractive equally for locals and visitors.

    It have a basement and four floor and it has very contemporary look.
    In basement is place you can find a good selection of various sports goods. On others levels is various shops.

    On the top floor you can enjoy in cafe bar Rene or hear something about Work, travel and study in abroad in local offices of BHV consulting.

    What to buy: Wide selection of of women's, men's and children's clothes and footwear.

    What to pay: Depend of products.

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    all over the center of the city: Very cheap clothes

    by dbrener Written Aug 18, 2005

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    In the centre of the city, you'll find a variety of brand stores where you can get clothes that are much much cheaper that etc. Western Europe. Finding Puma tennis shoes for 30 euros or Nike T-shirts for 6 or 7 is a snap! So definately try it out if you're looking for that kind of stuff.

    What to buy: Sports gear primarily, but you'll find a Levis store as well in the way... perhaps a few other ones that are due to open.

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    Zenit: Tradition

    by Odiseya Written Dec 25, 2013

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    This is place you can find a wide selection of clothes and shoes for whole family all year long. It is a big departments stores with tradition. This is a new location for departments store from 1969. On this place is from 15th January 2001. And all that make this mall the oldest in Banja Luka.

    Shopping mall "Zenit" covers more then 3000 square meters of space.

    What to buy: Rich offers include diversity merchandise, mainly clothing, footwear and technical goods, but also offers a number of catering services. Diverse and rich selection of goods of different origin, quality and price, so the "Zenith" accessible to all people.
    Here each customer can find something in accordance with their wishes, needs and possibilities.

    What to pay: It dependence of selected goods.

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    Street book fair: Books

    by Odiseya Written Dec 28, 2013

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    Street book fair is very often a main decoration on Square of Krajina and sometimes central promenade between Christ the Savior church and Ban Milosavljević monument and park.

    What to buy: Mostly books is on local languages but you could find and many popular books on English and multimedia literature for learning languages.

    What to pay: Average 10 KM or BAM (5 Euros)

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    Slatka kuca LIONS: Sweet house

    by Odiseya Updated Jan 6, 2014

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    Slatka kuća LIONS (meaning: Sweet house Lions) is name of retail stores specialized to sell and promotion of sweet and savory products of Swisslion-Takovo company. Takovo was one of the largest industrial companies of the former Yugoslavia. Those shops you can find all over Serbia, Croatia, Macedonia and Bosnia. It is a cute little shops with good offers on affordable prices.

    Products from Takovo is very familiar to all inhabitants of ex-Yugoslavia. It is very famous brand all over region. Used to this company was famous for sweets and today they make a many different products. From chocolate, chocolates products, cakes, ice creams, children food call Juvitana, soups, pasta, spices, meat products and beverages.

    What to buy: I recommended a their famous product Eurocrem. Eurocrem Takovo is a two-colored (brown and white) hazelnut and vanilla-flavored sweet milk chocolate spread. Very tasty. It have a different package types and sizes are manufactured, ranging from 15 g to 5 kg containers.
    Perfect for brace

    What to pay: It depende of size of product. For example: 90g is about 1 KM or BAM (0.50 Euros).

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    Merkator center: Perfect location for shoping

    by Odiseya Written Sep 14, 2013

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    Besides that is a huge mall (as any other Mercator in region) with variety product for everyone and place with several cafe bars with average prices, location is absolute perfect. And main reason for that is because in that area you have only one kiosk in Campus and only one cafe bar and for rest previous people go to the city center.

    In the Mercator Centre Banja Luka are at your disposal: huge hipermarket and supermarket in ground floor, as well and several boutique and fashion shops. There are and several cafe bars, bank and ATM, photo store and additional services.

    At the supermarket you can enjoy diverse and affordable range, and besides frequent and favorable actions that are quite different from each other, but also a great complement. All products that are on special offer, marked especially visible markers. In this way, the choice is easier and better buying.
    Special promotion days are:
    1. Tuesdays - Coupon on Tuesdays (Kupon TO utorkom) - every Tuesday for buying here you get 10% off for buying next Tuesday.
    2. Thursday - Discount for retired people (10%) - not only for Mercator supermarket, then and for shops like: "Intersport", "Modiana" and "Beautique". Discount of 10% of regular price is not applicable for buying cigarettes, bills toppings for mobile phones and products which values exceeds of avenge estimated needs for four member family.
    3. Friday and weekend - regular special offers and discount for different groups of products.

    Besides that there are several regular action such as promotion of fruits and vegetable, etc.
    Discounts may apply to the entire purchase, which means that they are involved and action items (regular action, early action, Pika discounts, seasonal sales).
    Discount does not apply to bills topping for mobile phones, cigarettes, newspapers and returnable packaging.

    Biggest bookstore in Banja Luka "Kultura" is also in ground floor. My favorite place in whole complex. There is a bank (NLB Razvojna banka Banja Luka), photo store and 3 cafe bars and several other shops and boutique with various goods for women, man and children including and big sports shops.

    On upper floor there is a two cafe bars and many shops and boutique and juveniles, etc.

    In basement is parking for customers free of charge.

    Working hours of supermarket are:
    Mon.-Sat.: 07:30-22:00
    Sunday: 08:00-16:00

    What to buy: Food and drinks for average prices, various promotions of discounts.
    Bookstore "Kultura" is one place you can buy some of souvenirs and books.

    What to pay: Prices of food in supermarket are average as well and coffee and ice cream in cafe bar (except Mala stanica where you can expect to pay double of price for sandwich).

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    Boska: What you wish for?!

    by Odiseya Updated Jun 27, 2014

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    Boska department store is well know building in the city center.

    Due to the years it transform in modern shopping mall. But the old-fashioned department store “Boska” still remained as City's most familiar landmark. The construction of Boska started after earthquake in 1969 and reopened for public on 5th December 1978. Boska was the last existing department store in former Yugoslavia.

    It represents concrete mega-structure inspired by the American “shopping mall” architecture from the 60’, designed without any direct formal relationship to the local heritage.
    It could be as some kind of a monument to the self-management system of former Yugoslavia evens is the symbol of consumer society.

    Today it is a very modern shopping mall with lots of good and various offers popular worlds brands.
    It have a basement, ground floor and three floors. Besides shops here you can relax in several cafes and even one bowling alley on the top floor. In the basement is a huge supermarket and it is connect with underground open area on square Krayina. There is a three doors. Main door is directly from square of Krayina, second was from market place "Tržnica". And there is a third door from underground passage from square Krayina next to cinema Palas.
    Around the ground floor are several shops and even one bank and exchange office. In many shops are accepted Visa and Master card.

    The mall is open every day: from Monday till Saturday from 9 pm till 9 am and at Sundays from 9 pm till 4 am.

    What to buy: Many opportunity and various products. One of good place for shopping of popular worlds brand like Newyorker, Legend, Lisca, Parfois etc.
    Here you can find and very nice souvenirs.

    What to pay: It depend of product but from 10 KM (5 euros) from t-shirt, from 15 euros from footwear at least.
    Many special offers, discounts and special events.
    All prices is in local currency, euros didn't accepted.

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    Gradska trznica: Something for everybody

    by Odiseya Written Dec 30, 2012

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    It is a huge shopping area near the center of Banja Luka. It placed in new constructed buildings in extend part of main city market. Here visitors can find huge assortment of various goods mostly clothes and offers even some worlds known brands.

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    CD shop KEC: Original notes

    by Odiseya Written Dec 30, 2012

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    Yes, there are many pirates CD's and DVDs across the country. There are law that forbidden that but still could be found. Even here also existed and legitimate CD shop and one of them could found in old-fashionable center "Veselin Masleša".

    What to buy: I recommend to discover some of local music.

    What to pay: 2,5-5 euros

    CD shop KEC

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    Trade center Vidovic: More offer for every taste

    by Odiseya Updated Sep 14, 2013

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    Trade center Vidovic (Serbian Cyrillic: Тржни центар Видовић, read: Tržni centar Vidović) is located in city center in Jevrejska street. This is modern building and it has hotel and many shops.
    In the same building is also and hotel and restaurant!

    What to pay: In ground floor, on the way to Public Library (building Dom radnicke solidarnosti) is only shop for buying some battery for photo and cameras in Banja Luka.

    Trade center Vidovic Battery
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    City: Urban look for low price

    by Odiseya Updated Jul 15, 2014

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    Shop City has variety offer of women clothes and is very visited by young ones.

    Working hours:
    - from Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 20:00
    - on Saturday: 08:00 - 18:00
    - On Sunday: 08:00 - 15:00

    Note: lower prices in Banja Luka, only local currency excepted.

    What to buy: Here is on offerings various women clothes except shoes and underwear.

    What to pay: From 5 till 20 euros.

    City
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    Gradska tržnica: fresh fruits and vegetables

    by Odiseya Updated Jan 10, 2013

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    Gradska tržnica is name of main city market.
    Here you can find all agricultural products, consumer items from the domestic production, but also from imports. The lower part of the market is divided into two parts. The first part is reserved for food at reasonable prices and others clothing.

    The extension of the upper-built modern shopping center where you can find boutiques clothes, shoes, sports clothing and footwear, restaurants, supermarkets, children's playroom etc.

    What to buy: One section is reserved for fruits and vegetables. Many product are from local farms.

    What to pay: For fruits and vegetables from 1 euros (or less) till 3 euros per kilo.

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Shoping is one of important reason to visit Banja Luka. Trough whole city, especially in city downtown, you can find many various shops with famous worlds fashion brands and other, not so famous,...

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