This cool space, named after a letter unique to the Belarusian language (called 'u nieskladovaye', and pronounced as a 'v') is about as counter-cultural as Minsk gets. The design, souvenir and clothes shop is the id…
This underground bohemian shop-cum-art-gallery sells all sorts of goodies you'd be hard-pressed to find anywhere else, like original T-shirts, funky artistic pieces, and handmade jewellery.
Covering Belarus and the globe, it caters to serious map junkies.
This outdoor souvenir market on pl Svobody is where you can haggle for local art, folk crafts, Soviet posters and coins, matryoshka dolls, etc.
Check this centrally located department store for souvenirs and Milavitsa products.
Large and central bookshop, and worth browsing for souvenirs.
If you want a general browse, a good place to start is the Stolitsa Shopping Centre, a three-level subterranean mall housing much of the capital's swankiest shops.
Check department stores like TsUM for souvenirs and Milavitsa products. There are no dressing rooms.
The city's TsUM has a limited supply of souvenirs on the 1st floor near the pr Mashereva entrance.