Clothing and textile merchandise made in Bulgaria, as well as manufacturing, are of good quality and with very attractive prices .I like very much everything is made of leather and fur .
What to buy: Coats , hats , gloves , bags ,belts ...
The shop has so many things that I was admiring when I was a child !I'm really sorry I missed the name of the shop...but in Old Nessebar everything is easy to find .
What to buy: You can buy Wooden toys : castles , puzzles , insects , vehicles , pull toys , geometric mosaic puzzles and so many others to make your children happy !
What to buy:
Silver jewelry, custom silver chain in any length and Bali jewelry. Cuff bracelets, rings, silver earrings, pendants, barrettes and handcrafted jewelry with opal, turquoise, coral and many other gemstones, silver chain, bali silver jewelry, sterling, silver bracelet, silver earrings, ring, silver barrette, handcrafted jewelry, cable chains...anything you want !
What to pay: Reasonable price
A shop with turkish souvenirs - hand painted dishes mainly in blue and white,belly dancer outfits, carpets, tainted glass lamps , Turkish eye - known to bring luck and good fortune , Bongs , and other handcraft objects are to be found here.
You won't find this shop on the main street. you need to take a left turn before the Mitropoliia square and than look for a church at the end of the street.The shop is located behind it. You will be offered tea as you take a look at the hand made carpets
When you walk through the old town, you can find souvenir shops all over. To me, however, the most interesting souvenirs were these hand-made table covers. I didn't get any because you can find them in Serbia, too, but if this is your only chance, don't miss it!
What to buy: Table and bed covers, curtains and other home furnishings
What to pay: They might be on the expensive side, but you must remember that these things are exclusively hand-made, and priceless as such.
I suggest that you take a day to just walk around the old part and check out the little shops built in the old building of this part of the city. I personally thought it was real fun. Prices are pretty good and all those little stores range from little souvenier shops to some more upperscale boutiques.
What to buy: You can buy anything you need.
What to pay: You can spend as much as you want.
There are many souvenir and craft stalls in the streets of Nessebar in addition to the many shops.
The stalls sell hand-made pottery and jewellery, as well as paintings, clothing and more tacky souvenirs.
Prices are very reasonable for all goods.
What to buy: I'm sure most people could find something of interest among the many stalls and shops in Nessebar.
I chose to buy a few pin badges of Bulgarian football teams, as well as the obligatory postcards.
What to pay: Prices are very reasonable compared to those in Western Europe.
There are all sorts of arts and crafts, ready to choose from and buy.
What to pay: The currency is called ‘lev’.
1euro is worth 1.96 leva.
Plenty of neat open air stands along the houses sell Souvenirs , clothes , perfumes , traditional hand weaven table cloth, artists display their landscape paintings , other draw portraits , etc etc