Dubrovnik: Shopping

  • Maria Boutique

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    © Vanda Vucicevic/Time Out
  • Maria Boutique

    © Vanda Vucicevic/Time Out

    © Vanda Vucicevic/Time Out
  • Lega Lega

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    © Vanda Vucicevic/Time Out
  • Dubrovačka kuća

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    © Rajko Radovanovic/Time Out
  • Croatian Designers Room

    © Vanda Vucicevic/Time Out

    © Vanda Vucicevic/Time Out

Maria Boutique is the name everyone’s been talking about of late, an exciting fashion-forward concept store that draws repeat customers all the way from the capital to experience its offering.

There is a growing handful of places selling quality Croatian delicatessen products such as preserves, olive oil, honey and wine.

Otherwise, Dubrovnik disappoints. Tacky souvenir shops line Stradun, offering Asian-made goods at inflated prices. Around them, though, you can find the odd gem.

Dubrovačka kuća should not be missed, offering authentic and high-quality goods to take home. The daily market on Gundulićeva poljana is the best place to pick up fresh foodstuffs. There are little supermarkets outside the Pile and Ploče Gates for basics.