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For a capital city, Bucharest is not that well endowed with open-air markets. but, if you want to buy fresh fruit from a market stall while you are staying in the city, Piaţa Amzei market is a good place. Most of the fruit is local and in season there is a great selection of berries, including raspberries, bilberries and blackberries. There are both indoor and outdoor sections, including some colourful stalls selling flowers.
Updated Dec 15, 2007
Address: Piaţa Amzei
Here the prices are lower than in the others shops or malls... this isn't a mall is something like a market place... but some good things... you should be able to choose...
What to buy: clothes or accessories
What to pay: not much... depends how much you want to buy...
Written Oct 22, 2007
Address: Gara Basarab
This mall bring all together the best shops and firms from Bucharest and from all the world...
What to buy: in first place you can buy clothes... but you can buy grocery too because there is a supermarket too
if you want a fast food to eat you have a whole floor for that (the last floor), where is an multi cinema too...
What to pay: you can spend a lot or less it depends what you are looking for...
Written Oct 15, 2007
Address: B-dul Timisoara nr. 26, sector 6, Bucuresti - Româ
Phone: +40 21 319 50 50
Actually this is not a shop; it is a phenomenon; a local habit. Many people sell used or new books in their booths outside in the streets.
Romanians are on the top of the world what comes to level and amount of reading. They really do read a lot.
What to buy: Books; if you happen to find a non-Romanian language book.
What to pay: Cheaper than in traditional "western" countries.
Written Aug 20, 2007
Somewhat disapointing. You can actually find great classical music on DVD and CD.
Humanitas is an interesting shop selling religious icons.
The wine-expert stock some interesting Romanian wine. You will find a better selesction at the duty-free shop at the airport.
You can also find good glass and crystal ware.
What to pay: No real bargains
Updated Aug 17, 2007
Feeria Shopping Gallery is one of the favorite shopping place. It is located north of Bucharest, on the road to Otopeni airport. This is a part of a bigger project - www.baneasa.ro - it is known mostly for the shopping gallery but for the big Carrefour hyper market as well. Pretty crowded on the road, in the parking and at the counters in weekends, but if you gotta go you gotta go :)
Written Feb 27, 2007
The Chinese market is situated in one of the suburbs of Bucharest. This is one massive shopping complex where you can buy just about anything that you can imagine. A busstle with loads of people coming and going.
What to buy: Shoes, leather jackets etc. in wintertime
What to pay: low prices
Written Jan 21, 2007
Bucharest is a fairly good place for shopping. If you're shopping for clothes than you might want to check out either the two shopping malls. For the moment there are two of those - Bucharest Mall and Bucharest Plaza - in 2007 there might be four. Also you can try Unirea Shopping Center (seen in the picture at night) or you can go north of Bucharest, between Baneasa Airport and Otopeni Airport, where Baneasa Center is growing, having the Feeria Commercial Center. Then there are the commercial streets like Magheru Blvd., Calea Mosilor or Calea Victoriei.
Updated Dec 31, 2006
Here u can can find marvelous pieces of art-handmade by artists...teapots, cups,dolls...great gifts!!
Not always open on the schedule!!
What to pay: here it depends of the gift..between 10 and 200 euros- it s your choice!
Written Nov 11, 2006
Unirea Shopping Center is a former communist department store which was transformed into the largest shopping area in Bucharest. Today it houses over 200 shops and boutiques in which you can buy pretty much everything you can think off (clothes, shoes, food, souvenirs, home stuff etc.). You can also find places to eat inside the shopping center. It doesn't look very appealing from the outside - I've read somewhere that they're planning on a new facade - but it's a good place to go shopping.
Updated Sep 27, 2006
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