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Zagreb, the Croatian city is an interesting destination to shop for some exciting designer clothes, artifacts, shoes etc. The city has become a major hub of contemporary designs and many famous fashion designers are based here.
After a day tour, those who are interested in shopping at the malls will not be disappointed as the city presents numerous malls. Don't miss to visit Ilica street, or flea markets such as Britanski trg (every Sunday), Hrelić on Sajmišna cesta, alongside Sava river.
Visit this city for a fulfilling shopping experience!
One of the most popular places to shop, the Arena Center lies on the south-western part of Zagreb. The fantastic interiors of the building with its glass ceilings, wide hallways and elevators make the shopping experience enjoyable as well as convenient. The mall boasts of 10 large and over 200 small shops and kiosks featuring top brands in the industry like Zara and H&M, Armani, Liu Jo, Michel Kors, Burberry, Paul Smith, Strellson, Church’s, Cavalli, Moschino, etc.
Address: Ul. Vice Vukova 6, 10020, Zagreb, Croatia
Spread across 27,000 square meters, the Avenue Mall is one of the most fashionable shopping centres in the city of Zagreb. Along with a shopping complex, the area also includes numerous restaurants, cafes, play areas and 9 cinema halls. Centrally located in the heart of Zagreb, the Avenue Mall offers amazing views of the Medvednica hill.
Address: Avenija Dubrovnik 16, 10020, Zagreb, Croatia
Vlado Borošic, the store owner, is a superfast guide for learning about all the wine labels of the country. The shop contains a wide collection of wines and wine snacks. The shop also contains exquisite truffles, honey, and olive oils, making Enoteka Bornstein a multipurpose one-stop shop, to buy distinctive souvenirs in Zagreb.
Address: Enoteka Bornstein, Kaptol 19, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
The Take Me Home establishment strives to bring together the Croatian product designers and their products under one roof. The store offers hand-made, locally-produced articles that can make up for great souvenirs and gifts. You can buy stuff from over 60 Croatian designers which include jewellery, handbags, art prints, handmade cosmetics, t-shirts, kitchenware, kids' toys, etc.
Address: Tomićeva ul. 4, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Opened in 1930, Dolac Market is Zagreb's oldest open-air market and one of Europe's best. Every week on Friday and Saturday, in this farmers market you can buy fresh food, fruit, and vegetables. The market is divided into three levels: the lower levels sells meat, cheese, olives, and herbs while the upper level sells fruit, vegetables, plants, and textiles. Fish and cheese products are sold in a different space.
Address: Dolac 8, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Croata is a store popular in men. It is said that the original name of the father of all neckties 'cravat' came from the Croatian word "Croat". To explore the amazing world of neckties at Croata, choose between colour, price, and patterns.
Address: Oktogon, Ilica 5, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
If you are one of those daring people who don't mind experimenting with clothes, then visit I-GLE, a shop that specializes in high-end yet extravagant fashion. Situated just a few streets away from Gharani Štrok, the tailoring of garments is precise and the designs are imaginative yet unconventional. So both men and women step out of the box!
Address: Prolaz Ivana Dežmana 4, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Tel.: +385 1 481 3280/ 1 484 6508
The City Center one East was opened in 2012 and was the third shopping centre under the flagship of ‘City Center one’ brand. It is the only shopping mall in the eastern part of the city. The City Center spans an area of 130,000 square meters and is spread over three floors. The mall offers around 2,400 free parking spaces and the premises are friendly for the disabled and children.
Address: Slavonska avenija 11d, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
The City Center one West was established in the year 2006 and offers several top-notch brands like L'Occitane, Müller, Bata, New Yorker, s.Oliver, Aldo, Swarovski, Humanic, Douglas, etc. It was the first shopping mall in the country and includes around 130 shops, cafés, restaurants, kids playroom, nail bar, hair salon, car wash, dry cleaners and apost office.
Address: Jankomir 33, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Visit Koza to get high-quality handcrafted leather bags, wallets, belts and other kinds of leather goods. The shop owners are designers too, and offer a chance to have a peek into the workshop. The products are made with Croatian materials and high-quality leather.
Address: Basaričekova ul. 18, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
The Hrelic Flea Market is a popular Flea Market in Zagreb where you can find interesting things like used cars, furniture, vintage clothes and accessories, antique paintings and other different kinds of bric-a-bracs. Held every Sunday this market is a must-visit destination not only for shopping but also for clicking interesting pictures and absorbing the exciting atmosphere.
Address: Sajmišna cesta, 10010, Zagreb, Croatia
Established in January 2005, Natura Croatica offers exclusive natural Croatian products. They work to promote Croatian products globally. The store is located in Preradovićeva 8 and offers various products like olive oil, liqueurs, cosmetics, souvenirs, etc.
Address: Preradovićeva ul. 8, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Love, Ana is a quaint design studio and store where you will find the best of goods made by the local craftsmen and from locally available material. The products are designed with lots of love by Ana Tevšić Nauković and are handmade. All products available here are eco-friendly.
Address: Dežmanov prolaz 4, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Just a few minutes away from the Zagreb Cathedral and Josip Jelcic Square, is Kaptol Centar, the city's best-known shopping mall. Expect to find luxury boutiques, supermarkets, cafes and a Movieplex cinema. If you are short on time, a visit to the mall should suffice your shopping needs.
Address: Kaptol Centar, Nova ves 17, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia