Brasov's main shopping street is the pedestrianised Republicii Street.
It starts at the northeastern end of the Town Hall Square (Piata Sfatului) and leads towards the Central Park "Nicolae Titulescu".
You find all sorts of shops here, including clothes, books, souvenirs and even art. More shops can be found on the Mursenilor Street.
Also a visit of the stylish Galeria Corona shouldn't be missed, although you probably won't buy anything here.
The gallery houses many exclusive and exquisite Romanian designer boutiques. A free toilet and the Turabo Cafe can be found here as well.
The Galeria Corona is located in the historic Hirscher House at the Town Hall Square. The history of this former trade center dates back to the 16th century.
Galeria Corona: http://www.galeriilecorona.ro/
Brasov is equipped with all the facilities of a modern city and is capable of catering to all the needs of present-day city life. It is famous for its traditional handicrafts and jewellery, which are considered among the best to be found in the entire region of Transylvania.
There is this shop in Brasov that is called VIRUS and we couldn;t help laughing outloud!!! THey said they offerred 10% discount, and we wondered was it for the virus of influenza, HPV or flu, and would the ebola or (God forbid!) aids patient get a greater discount... Morbid black humour, but c'est la vie... better to laugh tnah cry!
From clothes to luggage to aftershave, Star is a multi-level department store that has it all. Prices are higher than other stores, but convenience is its main selling point. If you need a battery for your camera or a video cassette for your camcorder, you can find it at Star.
This is the shopping street of Brasov.
You can buy all sort of stuff here, from shoes to clothes to antiques or art.
Something I bought here is some Gerovital products. A brand of Romanian made beauty products that are made only of natural ingredients. Very reasonably priced and you can find them in any Pharmacy.
Good option if you run out of moisturiser!
Star is a three floor supermarket selling various things
In the basement you will find the food, cosmetics, drinks and home supplies.
Ground level you will find women clothing (Steilman, TinaR, Wrangler) handicrafts, ceramics, glass, suitcases and lady bags, brand name perfumes, flowers, stockings
First floor you will find the men's stuff and the toilets. It will cost you 1 lei to use the toilet however.
Very elegant store with well known brands...If you're looking for "Furla" handbags or "Catalin Botezatu" dresses or "Mihai Albu " shoes...then you are at the right place!
What to buy: women, men or kids clothes, handbags, shoes, gifts
What to pay: high quality things ...at (very) high prices, of course:)
The best area for shopping is the Old Center and there Republicii Street and Muresenilor Street. Republicii Str. starts in Sfatului Square.At the end of Republicii str. you'll find Star which is the biggest store in town.
On the road to Bucuresti you'll find Selgros cash & carry and Practiker.
On the road to Sibiu you'll find Metro Cash&Carry.
this is a small place on Muresenilor street where you can find very interesting flowers presentations and not only. old fashion very styleish