Stores, Malls or Markets in Croatia

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    Local markets

    by SirRichard Written Jan 7, 2008

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    If you like street markets, you can find a few in Croatia, like this one in Zagreb, in a square named Dolac, in the city centre. There were mainly fruits and veggies but also flowers, some local craft and food vendors.

    Market in Zagreb
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    Bajadera chocolate

    by Gili_S Updated Dec 13, 2005

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    Bajadera is a great chocolate I got to know already before visiting Croatia while meeting VT member diocletianvs in Cologne. Now, being in Croatia I could have as much as I wanted and of course, I bought few extra to have back at home with the delicious coffee.

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    Pedestrian street and Galleries under the palace.: Choral and art.

    by JAVATO Written May 4, 2008

    At the end of the pedestrian street there are a lot of good women's clothes shops and there is the shopping center.
    In the old town there are small shop for souvenirs and good jewelry.
    Under the Diocleciano's palace there are a big gallery with local art (draws and engravings), jewerly and souvenirs. It's opend till ten o'clock at night.

    What to buy: Choral jewerly is cheaper than the rest of Europe and really good.
    Local artist are really good and there are several art galleries with good prices.

    What to pay: It's not expensive.

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  • Getro: Supermarket, Kastela, near Split

    by Galeretours Written Aug 7, 2006

    Sells all food / drinks, limted meat display.We were getting in provisions for 6 people/2 weeks, before leaving Kastela Marina. to sail to Dubrovnik.
    2 trolleyfuls, 150 EUR. When we tried to leave the grounds with the trolleys, were stopped by security, who wouldn't believe we intended to return them. After a couple of minutes of negociations, management provided a van + driver .... for free! Will try this at every supermarket in the neighbourhoud of a marina in future

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    Konzum: Big department stores

    by Renteboy Updated Aug 15, 2006

    If you want to buy cheap or have a larg offer of choice, the KONZUM is a larg department store which can be find near any larger city.

    What to buy: Food, clothes, … you name it!
    They sell "pipi" which is very funny as this is how urine is called in dutch :-) ... NO! I didn't buy it to see how it tasted like :-)

    What to pay: not to expencive

    They sell Konzum in Dubrovnik They sell
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    Anywhere: Woman-tip: buy Shoes there!

    by Renteboy Written Aug 15, 2006

    We saw in Split many shoe-stores, with very acceptable prices (that is what my girlfriend told me ;-)) If we didn't backpacked she definitely would buy some (read multiple!)

    What to buy: Shoes!

    What to pay: Very acceptable prices

    fun fun fun in Split ;-)
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    Motovun: Truffels in Istria

    by Thoomuch Written Sep 6, 2002

    Go to the village Motovun (ore surrounding area), buy the marvelous truffel mushroom. It is expensive, but not if you comepare to the prices in Western Europe.

    What to buy: Wine, olive oil, grappa, fruit and truffels

    What to pay: as much as you want

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    Kras products

    by anaiis Updated Sep 22, 2002

    Kras's sweets are something special. They are very retro now! Since in former Yugoslavia there was almost no other brand of candies, we were glad to have Kras (pronoun. Krash). The Kras's products you will still find in most of the shops in former Yugoslavia (also in Slovenia, Ljubljana). Kras does make some salty products also like salted sticks, salted fish shaped bytes etc. Kras hasn't changed the envelope of its products for decades and that is what makes it so special! Now we are eating this products with nostalgy, remembering our childhood when we were revarded with these candies. And we worshiped the Kras's boxes and looked at the envelopes as there was some hidden answer. Kras's factory was first established in 1911 so our parents and even grandparents share the same feelings about it.

    What to buy: Featuring - these on the picture are called "ice cubes" or "ledene kocke". Those are filled chockolate cubes. Quite delicious.

    What to pay: A bit less than avarage chocholate candies.

    so called ice cubes Fontana

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    Shopping info: Shopping info

    by canaglic Written Apr 10, 2003

    There are a lot of things to buy, such as handicrafts reflecting the rich folklore (lace on Pag, national costumes in Slavonia, embroidered tablecloths etc.), leather goods, crystal, silver filigree jewellery or jewellery made of corals and sea shells, natural sponge, ceramics, local handicrafts, hand-made goods, hand-carved items in lustrous Brac island stone paintings and sculptures by naive artists etc. And the traditional gingerbread cakes of all shapes and sizes, especially heart-shaped, are not only a gift to dear people but also as Christmas tree decorations.

    Numerous small boutiques and open markets offer a good choice of clothes, shoes and bags. Of course, ties - cravats in fashionable designs are a popular buy in the country of their origin - Croatia.

    While in Croatia many visitors enjoy and take home the only original marachino sour cherry liqueur and cherry brandy, excellent wines, typical brandies (based on the basis of winepress residue and herbs), sweet prosecco (sherry) wine, different products on the basis of truffles, virgin olive oil, capers, tinned fillets of salted fish, smoked ham, kulen and other smoked and cured meats, not forgetting the internationally renowed food seasoning Vegeta. Dried spices and all kinds of flowers, some of which processed into oils, particularly lavender, remind tourists of the time spent in Croatia.


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    wayside stand: Fresh fruits

    by KasiaWin Written Jun 10, 2003

    What to buy: You must stop in wayside stand and taste fresh fruit expecially fresh figs ( green or violet ), melon, oranges. In Europe haven't thas proud fruits.

    What to pay: Fresh fruits are very chip. I payd for 1,5 kg - 1 EUR. It's worth a try.

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    Markets all over the place !

    by dassi Updated Jun 28, 2005

    Well this is not a shop in that sence :) This is about markets on the street. You find them all over Croatia and they sell it all ,food like fruit .meat,fish and you name it. All kind of clothes, Jewlery ,books ,antiques, souvenirs and lots more !!
    It is just fantastic to wonder around those places either just looking at the life going on in there or shop and you can both get something to eat and drink while doing so. I could not get enough of it and spent many hours just walking all over the place, specially in Split but it was the biggest one I came to.

    What to buy: In the markets i would like to buy a lot of things mostly in the food section, I loved the strawberries :)
    It is cheap to shop and you can try to talk about the price and geta good bargain out of it.

    What to pay: No limit !

    Just put wipped cream on top an start eating :)
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    They sell sea shells...

    by ChrisAlexander Written Mar 31, 2004

    The town is full of little capitalists like these two? These and other kids collect shells from the shores around Hvar Town and try to sell them on the quaysides competing with the other sellers who have stalls there. No wonder I didn?t see many shells down by the water, the kids take all the nice ones.

    What to buy: Elsewhere you can find fresh lavener and also the bottled oil.Olive oil too.

    What to pay: A few Kuna,or Euros or something nice from your pocket or bag (kids love shiney things with bright colours,so try bartering)

    Shell sellers

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    by Gili_S Updated Nov 22, 2005

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    Buy some of the special local drinks. There are liqueurs and slivovica type of drinks that are very good to drink or to give as a gift to someone that will appreciate them.

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