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If you want to buy any goods (not only industrial ones, but also food), why not go to the Central Market located next to the bus terminal and to see the great choice they have there?
Visiting the market can be a must in every city.
This is where you can study the prices and their relation to our wages and make your own conclusions...
This is where you can have an encounter with your old friends or make new ones.
Then you can go to one of the six cafes located around the market area to celebrate.
Besides, each city street has something to offer you in goods and services, if you don't mind walking and observing things...
What to buy: The city has a paper mill, so you can buy lots of paper products, and, of course, a great number of vegetables and fruit from people own dachas and plots.
What to pay: Don't leave your UAH at home, always have some change for beggars who beg at the entrances and small banknotes for change.
And of course, be careful about your purse, keep it in a safe place!
Our pickpockets are professional enough and do their best to "service" you.
Beware of the walking gypsies who can hypnotize you and squeeze you out of your money and jewellery.
Updated Nov 2, 2012
Address: Liberators Street and all over the city
There are a lot of such small shops as Lana located in Bohdan Khmelnitsky Street.
You can see them in Kirov Street and in Mendeleyev Street.
They are mostly grocer's stores and are used mostly by locals who live there.
What to buy: food and drink
What to pay: 100 UAH and up
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Khmelnitsky Street
This kiosk/snack bar is very popular among the local residents who do shopping at the market.
This snack bar offer hot pies: pea pies, meat pies, sausage pies (a sausage baked in a pie), cutlet pies (a cutlet baked in a pie), and marmalade pies with tea of coffee.
There is a small iron table at the window where you can stand and eat your freshly-baked pies.
As for me, I usually order pea pies with green tea - the memory of my childood.
What to buy: different freshly-baked pies.
What to pay: 2-3 UAH
Updated Dec 30, 2010
Address: Central Market, meat pavilion
Mendeleyev Street along with Lenin Street are the main shopping streets of the city.
Many small shops have been built on the first floor of apartment houses in Mendeleyev Street.
What to buy: food, drinks, electronics, jewelry
What to pay: UAH 100 and up
Updated Aug 24, 2010
Address: 26 Mendeleyev Street
There are a lot of small stores in our area.
Yantar ("Amber") is one of them. It is located in Mendeleyev Street next to Fanat Cafe. It is a nice air-conditioned store with almost everything you need as to food and drink.
Talisman in Liberators Street is another food and drink store.
Monarch is a footwear store. It is in Kirov Street next to Lux bar in the area of Labor Square.
What to buy: food and drink
What to pay: 50-100 UAH
Updated Jul 31, 2010
Address: 12 Mendeleyev Street
This is the best downtown store for souvenirs shopping.
They offer a lot of souvenirs: fridge magnets (including those in Ukrainian style), wall clocks, vases, etc.
I noticed they have a variety of traditional Ukrainian souvenirs.
What to buy: wall clocks;
What to pay: 50-100 UAH and more
Written Jul 31, 2010
Address: 29 Kirov Street
Phone: +38 050 869 05 45
There are several new stores in this street in its section starting from Mendeleyev Street to Peace Avenue, among them Globe, a gift store, Kvartal and others.
There are also three cafes in this area.
What to buy: food and drinks, gifts
What to pay: 100 UAh and up
Updated Aug 18, 2009
Address: 14 Kirov Street
This is my best store in Rubizhne with which I grew up.
I used to requent it when I lived there in Rubizhne with my parents.
I liked buying food and drink. It was one of my chores at home.
There is also a market around that store now.
This is where you can buy all staff starting with meat and ending with flowers.
The local market is located along Lenin Street from its intersection with Bohdan Khmelnitsky Street to Mendeleyev Street. There are many tents and kiosks where they offer lots of goods.
What to buy: food and drink mainly
What to pay: UAH 50 and up
Written May 18, 2009
Address: 20 Lenin Street
Should you pay a visit to Rubizhen, ask the locals , just for fun, where you can see a weathercock in the city.
I doubt if everybody is going to give you a correct answer, if any.
The answer is very simple.
It's Lissova Kazka ("Forest Fairy-Tale") store at 37 Mendeleyev Street.
This is where you can shop for food and drinks.
By the way, it is also one of the few stores that has a Ukrainian name.
The weathercock is right above the entrance to the store.
What to buy: food and drinks
What to pay: 100 UAH and up...
Updated Jan 26, 2009
Address: 37 Mendeleyev Street
The city central market is always a busy place. There are a lot of shops, stores, stands and a café at the market.
You can buy almost anything you want there.
The market is open from 6 a.m. through 4 p.m.
There are also small markets all over the city.
Updated Aug 2, 2007