Slovenia Shopping

  • Shopping
    by croisbeauty
  • Shopping
    by croisbeauty
  • Shopping
    by croisbeauty

Slovenia Shopping

  • Central market

    Ljubljana Shopping

    Ljubljana is the sort of town (it's hard to think of it as a city, even though it is) that lends itself to picnicking, and where better than to procure your picnic provisions than the main market in town? Slovenia is a country where you seldom run the risk of going hungry, and the market is packed with all sorts of tempting fare. The quality of...

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  • Limited shopping

    Piran Shopping

    Slovenia (and even the smallest villages like Piran) have what Austria could only dream about: Grocery stores and supermarkets open 24/7 all night long and even open on Sundays. One such example is "Noc in Dan". Here you can even still get warm food and it is only slightly more expensive than other stores. Food, beverages, warm food... more than...

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  • BTC City

    Ljubljana Shopping

    BTC is the biggest shopping mall in Slovenia. It is with an easy reach by car but I think that there are the buses that go there as well. The car parking is huge so no chance you won't find place for your car. The mall is like the town for itself and although we spent there a quite lot of time we haven't seen most of it.

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  • Sunday Flea Market

    Ljubljana Shopping

    If you're in Ljubljana on a Sunday morning then I certainly recommend taking a walk through the Flea Market. The market can be found on Cankarjevo nabrežje which runs between the Triple Bridge and Cobbler Bridge on the Old Town side of the river and starts at 8am until 2pm. You can find all sorts of items such as antiques, art pieces, furniture,...

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  • Emporium

    Ljubljana Shopping

    This 'warehouse' or factory outlet lies on the outskirts of Ljubljana, at one of the most popular shopping mall areas Women's, men's and children's clothing and fashion items around 30% off from rack prices. Note: these are NOT fakes, but real brands (Scott, Nike, Cottonfield, Benetton, Zara, PartTwo etc.), which are 1-3 seasons old

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  • Centromerkur

    Ljubljana Shopping

    A narrow front with the entrance from Prešeren Square forms the main façade decorated by a flower canopy. The gable features a statue of Mercury, protector of merchants, leaning on a ship and a bale of goods. The Secession façade indicates the influence of Vienna, while the interior is closer to Parisian Art Nouveau, the influence of which can also...

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  • Maximarket

    Ljubljana Shopping

    It's not just a supermarket, it's a whole shopping center, but the underground supermarket is huge and the biggest of its kind in Slovenia. In addition it has plenty of stores, cafes, and service shops selling tickets to events and exchanging money. It's not a patch on the BTC, and some of the prices are a little higher than you can find elsewhere,...

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  • Zara Shop

    Ljubljana Shopping

    Turning fast-food into any other shop or whatever is a good move. Dunno if it was decision made by the city authorities or by the owner of the place, caps down for removing ugly fast-food from the very heart of the city. Spanish Zara replaced fast-food, offering nicely designed clothes which is not too expensive. The shop is situated on the corner...

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  • Get the buzz with painted panels from...

    One of the more curious customs that has developed in Slovenia is the decoration of beehives. Decoration usually takes the form of painted panels on the front of the hive and you will find reproductions of the more famous panels on sale across Slovenia, which make interesting and original souvenirs.The subject matter is fascinating and reflects...

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  • Slovenia - the land of feathery dreams

    In Slovenia, you can buy the finest quilted bedding, all types of bedclothes (for children and adults), pillows, covers, sleeping bags etc. Slovene designers make sure those articles are made of finest materials. I wouldn't buy anything else, I allways look for these trademarks. This year its 70-th aniversary since Odeja was established in 1932....

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  • Everything to buy in one place!

    BTC City is basically a huge area to the east of the city centre where you can buy practically everything from clothes to cars, from garden furniture to fruit and veg (there's dozens of stalls here). If you're after clothes then this is the place to come. Firstly there's Emporium which houses the upper end/fashion shops such as benetton, diesel,...

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  • Fruit & Veg Market

    Vodnik Square lies to the east of St Nicholas Cathedral and features another market, (or is it an extension of the Central Market), full of fruit and veg stalls. The quality and quantity of the local produce looks very impressive. There are also a few clothes stalls towards the eastern side of the square near the Dragon Bridge.

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  • Sunday Flea Market

    If you're in Ljubljana on a Sunday morning then I certainly recommend taking a walk through the Flea Market. The market can be found on Cankarjevo nabrežje which runs between the Triple Bridge and Cobbler Bridge on the Old Town side of the river and starts at 8am until 2pm. You can find all sorts of items such as antiques, art pieces, furniture,...

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  • They are not in the EU for nothing

    People think I am cynical because I prefer regular shopping to souvenir shopping. Look, I am not cynical, I am immensely romantic. When I put on a skirt I bought in Paris I think of the city of lights, when I swim in the swimming-suit I bought in Dubrovnik I recall the old citadel and the beautiful coast, and when I walk in the shoes I bought in...

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  • Typical Slovene Souvenir - Panjska...

    Interesting beehive art - it is called Panjska koncnica. In the 18th and 19th centuries, farmers used the front panels of beehives to paint folk characters that represented Slovenian fables. Sometimes the paintings were religious or educational, often humorous and satirical.It's hard to find original Panjska koncnica, but you can buy copies which...

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  • Typical Slovene Souvenir - Skrinjica

    Skrinjica is a small version of chest in which people used to keep different things - clothes,bed linen,toys... It is decorated with typical Slovene ornaments - pinks, motives from hives - panjska koncnica...

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  • Handicrafts

    This is far and away the best shop in Ljubljana for handicrafts. They have the usual local products (bobbin lace, wood carving, linens, ceramics), but the selection is better than anywhere else in town, and their prices are reasonable. In addition, they have one-of-a-kind pieces from local and regional artists -- I came in to look for gifts for my...

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  • Typical Slovene Souvenirs - Majolka

    Majolka is a jug made of clay. It is decorated with tipical Slovene ornaments . It is used for drinking water, wine, milk ...

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  • English Books

    It has English books! So does it's other branch at Miklosiceva Cesta 40 opposite the bus station. If you are looking for travel guides in English try: Kod and Kam , trg Frankoske Revolucije 7 All the books shop I went in had some English books. This made me very happy. There were also lots of Teaching books for Tefl teachers. Which was great for...

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  • Distinctly Slovenian

    Central Market - Ljubljana If you don't have time to make it to the museum of bee-keeping in Radovljica, then head over to the market in Ljubljana and get yourself a few of these beehive art panels.There's religious subjects, some history lessons, but the best are the folk tales featuring gossiping housewives or forest animals holding a funeral...

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  • fresh products

    When in Slovenia do not fail to buy fresh food products: fruits, vegetables, milk... anything. Whenever you see a sign - go food shopping. Maybe it's because of the lack of pollution, maybe it's because of the fertile ground.. I don't know.. but everything tastes much different than at home My very favourite are still the strawberries from...

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  • BTC City Park

    The same version as in Maribor just that it was built a year or two later im Ljubljana. Many small shops with big variety of clothes and food.

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  • Tolar, Slovenian coins

    Here you can see the coins that the Slovenian Tolar is divided into. It is the only "legal" money. But you can often find places to take US$ or Euro.

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  • Tolar, Slovenian Paper Money

    These are a few examples of the money used in Slovenia, the Tolar. It may be that soon Slovenia will join the European Union and then it will go the way of the Lira, Mark and Peso.

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  • Get the phrasebook

    All bookshops are interesting, but beware - books are very expensive in Slovenia. A recently published book that is invaluable for any English speaking people who has little or no knowledge of the Slovene language: "The Slovene Phrase book" by Nika Fon Leben & Charles I Abramson. ISBN 961-238-045-7 It is set out in chapters according to contexts...

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  • Apple Juice - Fresh Squeezed of Bottled?

    Many tourist opened farms in Slovenia offer home made products! In this case, the apples were squeezed into juice one autumn day in Dolenjske Toplice (spa). You could buy 5 liters of juice to be consumed in a week or so (without preservatives), but they were selling bottled juice also - you can see the bottle on the picture with more info. I am so...

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  • Grand Hotel Union - Executive

    Located a stone's throw away from Ljubljanica river, the main square & the famous Three Bridges....

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  • Alp Penzion

    Highly recommended, friendly host, excellent (optional) dinners at the hotel, for example four...

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  • Hotel Piran

    Stjenkova ulica 1, Piran, 6330, Slovenia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Hotel 365

    I would go back to Slovenia just to stay here again and visit with Nina and Andrej. I have never...

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  • Hotel Garni Paleta

    Kapucinski trg 17, Skofja Loka, 4220, Slovenia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Hotel Evropa

    Krekov trg 4, Celje, SI-3000, Slovenia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Hotel Miklic

    Anyone who is going to Kranjska Gora has to book and stay here! You pay about 35 Euros per night,...

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  • Hotel & Hostel Sport

    If you feel it is necessary to stay in Postojna (which I don’t feel that it is! All can be seen and...

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  • Casino Hotel Carnevale

    Spodnje Skofije 259, Koper, 6281, Slovenia

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Families

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