Arriving in Dubrovnik by bus or boat? Then you can't miss this shopping center.
Shopping in Dubrovnik
The Old Town is the place to go shopping, however, most of the offers are geared towards the tourist trade. Small shops can be found around Stradun, but the streets north and south offer more variety.
Outside the walls, shops are scattered around town with no big mall to gather them in one place. Small shopping centers such as Pemo, Tommy, Mercante and Downtown can be found in the business area of Gruž (a 10 minute walk south of the main bus terminal), as well as in Lapad in the so called DOC centre. These centers also include bigger grocery shops, usually located on the ground floor with a variety of domestic and foreign assortments. Shops in Dubrovnik are generally open from 8 am to 9 pm, sometimes limited during winter months. Most shops open seven days a week.
As everywhere in Croatia, don't miss a chance to buy fresh food from farmers on open-air markets or fresh fish directly from fishermen on fish markets. If you plan to get around by car check out our parking in Dubrovnik section.