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You'll find a Mercator supermarket in the Old Town on Mestni trg.
You'll find a branch of Mercator supermarket in the Old Town.
If you’re serious about wine, this enormous wine cellar and restaurant north of Center is for you. It has a selection of more than 800 wines, most of which are Slovenian.
Sells upscale handbags by designer Marjeta Grošelj in top-quality leather.
On offer here are uniquely patterned women’s foundation pieces and accessories in natural materials from one of Slovenia’s leading designers.
This small wine boutique located in a narrow passageway is central, and the owners are well informed and helpful.
Maximarket has the largest selection of food and wine in the city centre as well as a bakery.
‘MK ‘ is the city’s biggest and best-stocked bookshop, with lots of guidebooks, maps, pictorials, fiction, and newspapers and periodicals in English. There's a branch on Miklošičeva cesta.
Superb shop with travel and nautical guides, maps, books about Slovenia in English and a popular cafe/bar.
This small souvenir shop in the Grand Hotel Union Executive specialises in products and souvenirs with distinct Ljubljana motifs. It also stocks local guides and English-language newspapers and periodicals.
Once the provenance of good solid socialist shoes manufactured in the good solid socialist town of Tržič, northwest of Ljubljana, Peko has gone all trendy and its shoes vie in quality only with its new line of handba...
Newly expanded, with a large selection of items from the 1950s and '60s, this is among the best and most helpful antique galleries in town.
Worth checking out is the weekly antiques & flea market held year-round on the embankment between Triple and Cobbler Bridges.
Ljubljana's pint-sized English bookshop is packed with high-quality reading. Especially strong on current events, nonfiction and the translated works of Slovenia's own philosopher-king Slavoj Žižek...
Come here for antiquarian and secondhand books. There’s a good selection of antique maps upstairs.
Musikalje is an atmospheric shop near the Križanke is the place in Ljubljana for classical music, scores and instruments. Don't buy a piano - it will be hard to get on the plane.
Ferjan is a large shop with Slovenian and other European art and antique glass, furniture and clocks.
This place in the Old Town sells bath sea salts and other products from Sečovlje.
Slovenia is one of the largest producers of honey and honey-related products in Europe and this place stocks enough varieties of the sweet sticky stuff to satisfy any taste...
If Idrija in Primorska is not on your itinerary but you hanker for some of the fine lace for which that town is renowned, visit this shop. It has the stuff in spades.
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