When you travel in Dubrovnik, don’t forget to go for shopping. In this amazing city, there are many tacky souvenir shops that line the main street of Stradun. Just spend some free time to discovers the best places to go shopping in Dubrovnik.
Now visitors to Dubrovnik need no longer panic when invited to a VIP party at short notice. Maria describes itself as a concept store but fashion is the focus here. Strategically located at the Ploče Gate, it’s one of the few places in Croatia where you can find a battery of major international names such as Givenchy, Stella McCartney and Rick Owens, all laid out in an ample space – with prices to match the quality and atmosphere on offer. Despite this, staff are approachable and in no way snobby.
Gundulićeva poljana Market
A good place to pick up your beach picnic contents is this popular market in the heart of the Old Town. It mainly sells fruit and veg but you’ll also find nuts, olive oil, lavender, honey and local spirits.
If you’ve lost, forgotten or galloped through your holiday reads quicker than anticipated, this bookshop is a boon. Half the store is dedicated to English-language publications: from travel guides to bestsellers, classics to heavyweight volumes on politics, history, art and design. Also has an impressive stock of two dozen English magazines, postcards, CDs and glossy photographic album histories of Dubrovnik.
High-quality treats here include local spirits, sweets, posters, olive oils, regional wines and bath salts. A link with the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Zagreb means beautiful ceramics and glassware at affordable prices.