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    Street Market: Vegetables fruit and flowers

    by oriettaIT Updated Apr 7, 2011

    Right in front of the covered market there is a street market where farmer sell fruits, vegetables and flower. It is really colorful and have a great variety of products. I was really impressed and wondered around a lot taking picture and buying products for lunch.

    I wish I have this selection of peppers!!
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    Street Market: Artisans' products

    by oriettaIT Updated Apr 7, 2011

    In the same area where the veggie market take place there are also many artisan stand. They sell their hand made product and some are really interesting and well made.
    I bought myself a apron made by a lady with Ljubljana dragon painted on top. a wreath made of small colorful dry flowers and a painted wooden egg that seem to be typical around there.

    What to buy: Prices depend on how good the product is as all over the place in the world. you can't expect to spend 10 euros on a handmade watercolor can you? but they had really reasonable price and the apron i bought went in the wash several time and still is great as when I bought it so it was worth it the price. I believe it was around 20 euros in 2009.

    Apron's lady dry flowers compositions

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    Gallery of arts and crafts: Rustika

    by marina.t Written Jul 5, 2009

    The Rustika offers souvenir and gift items by the best Slovenian arts and crafts masters including painted replica furniture, wood items and beehive panels, Idrija lace, stained glass pieces, ceramic and glass ware, hand-forged metal pieces, honey-bread decorative items, beeswax candles, embroideries, woollen knitwear, modern designer pieces.

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    World Trade Center Ljubljana Shopping Mall: Shopping Mall in Business District

    by machomikemd Updated Mar 5, 2016

    this will be my shopping tips for the World Trade Center Shopping Mall in the Business District of Ljubljana, I will have a separate things to do tip.

    the World Trade Center and Shopping Mall lies just across the Austria Trend Hotel in the Business District of Ljubljana and is accessible via the road or via an underground passageway from the hotel to the shopping mall. The15 story building is one of the tallest in Ljubljana and the shopping mall is located in front of the mall and is a four story area filled with retail shops, restaurants, a post office, a huge Mercator Supermarket, bars (at the outside). the mall is built at the same time as the bulding in 1990.

    Mall hours:

    10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: if you are staying at hotels nearby, you can buy needed supplies and food at the Mercator supermarket at budget prices and also eat at the restaurants and bars in and outside the mall premises and also shop for local retail brands at the mall.

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet.dir

    inside directory retail shops inside pharmacy
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    Mercator: famous Slovenian Supermarket Chain (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Mar 5, 2016

    Mercator is a large Slovenian Retail Chain that offers various shops, from small groceries to large shopping centres in capitals and regional centers around Slovenia and they have various supermarkets and markets an grocery chains in and around Ljubljana. you can buy all you basic needs in a Mercator branch if you happen to be near one and get the cheapest rates in buying basic food and necessities while travelling in Ljubljana.

    this branch is located along the World Trade Center Mall in the Business District of Ljubljana and near our Hotel in Austria Trend Ljubljana.

    opens:

    7:00 am to 7:00 pm Mondays to Saturdays
    Sundays: closed

    What to buy: since this is a supermarket, you can buy all your necessities here like canned foods, microwaveable foods, basic necessities such has soaps, deodorants, tissues, shirts, bottled water, snacks and a lot more and is the cheapest option than buying them at convenience stores or souvenir stores.

    What to pay: cheaper than buying at convenience stores.

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    Mercator: famous Slovenian Supermarket Chain (2)

    by machomikemd Written Mar 5, 2016

    part two of my tips with more pictures of the huge supermarket

    Mercator is a large Slovenian Retail Chain that offers various shops, from small groceries to large shopping centres in capitals and regional centers around Slovenia and they have various supermarkets and markets an grocery chains in and around Ljubljana. you can buy all you basic needs in a Mercator branch if you happen to be near one and get the cheapest rates in buying basic food and necessities while travelling in Ljubljana.

    this branch is located along the World Trade Center Mall in the Business District of Ljubljana and near our Hotel in Austria Trend Ljubljana.

    opens:

    7:00 am to 7:00 pm Mondays to Saturdays
    Sundays: closed

    What to buy: since this is a supermarket, you can buy all your necessities here like canned foods, microwaveable foods, basic necessities such has soaps, deodorants, tissues, shirts, bottled water, snacks and a lot more and is the cheapest option than buying them at convenience stores or souvenir stores.

    What to pay: cheaper than buying at convenience stores.

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    Ljubljana Souvenir Shops: Souvenir Shops in Ljubljana

    by machomikemd Written Mar 7, 2016

    as Ljubljana is not a well known tourist destination, the souvenir shops here are not numerous like in other capitals in Europe but what they lack in number is offset by the huge kinds of variety that the souvenir shops sell here like your typical t-shirts, fridge magnets, posters, books, paper weights, bronze bells, shot glasses and even local themed souvenirs like miniature dragon statues of the dragon bridge, Grad Ljubljana and even local takeaways as souvenirs like local wine, local snack food and local trinkets as well.

    most souvenir shops are located along the old town like in Trg Repuplike, Trg Korgressni, Trg Presernov, along the Mestini Trg and along the banks of the Ljubljanica River.

    Most shops open:

    9:00 am to 8:00 pm everyday

    What to buy: all the typical touristy items you can think off and local food take away and wines and local concoctions as well.

    What to pay: not a dent on your wallet

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    Mestni trg and Hotel Slon: Shopping for souvenirs

    by Marie-France Updated Sep 1, 2003

    For souvenirs and folk crafts, there are several boutiques along Mestni trg in the old town.

    Also the gift shop of Hotel Slon (Slovenska cesta 34) has some nice items.

    Mestni trg - shopping street

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  • MojaČokolada.si: Chocolate in Ljubljana

    by AndrazG Written Jul 7, 2014

    Perfect place for chocoholics. If you like chocolate, you are gonna love it! A lot of GOOD chocolate in one place. Must visit place :)

    What to buy: Chocolates, especially chocolate with sign.

    What to pay: 10-20 €.

    Chocolate world Chocolate world Chocolate world
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    Picture explains everything: Shop we came across near Piran

    by jmschief Written Feb 7, 2005

    Whilst the were lots of lovely shops in LJ including lovely places selling chocolate & nibbles, this is the one that sticks in my mind!

    Nuff said
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    Cukrček: Chocolates

    by Umea6 Written May 12, 2005

    What can be a more authentic gift from Slovenia if not the Prešeren chocolate Balls?
    Very tasty - nice nugat filling

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