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Chances are if you want to buy it, you’ll find it somewhere on Ilica. Retail,restaurants and entertainment intermingle with, of course, the occasional statue and other remembrance of the past.
I decided to see what is new in shops in Ilica. So I went to see it. All shops were well lighted, full of colours and new arrivals for spring. It was realy nice to look at them. Pastel spring colours have broken cloudy, windy...More
Ilica is a buggiest and main street in Zagreb. It is always fool od people. Lot's of nice shops to se, something to eat and drink. Stairs and cable car for the old town (Upper city) is also there. It is must see street and...More
Do not enter, the sales associates are so rude, they do not know things you should learn in kindergarten, too expensive shoes, cost much more than online, small selection, they just want you to buy quickly and exit their store. Never again. Daniela, MA
This very long popular shopping street, has something for everyone, everything can be found from posh to budget shops. This time of year is especially special as the Christmas festival is well on the way, at night the street comes alive with Chrissie lights.
Here you can find some of the following brands;
clothes: Zara, Mango, Springfield, Nike, Adidas.
cosmetics: NYX, Yves Rocher,
shoes: Stiefelkönig, Geox, Ecco, Nike, Adidas.
In the streets that connect to Ilica you can find:
Guess, H&M, United colors of Benetton, Swarovski, MAC, Patrizia Pepe...More
Possibly the most popular shopping street in Zagreb, however it is adorned with some interesting buildings if you like architecture. If you are not interested in architecture neither shopping, not much to do in here, I´m afraid.
One of the oldest and longest streets in Zagreb. It starts from main Jelačić square and goes all the way to the west part of the city. It is not a pedestrian zone as someone wrote exept the part closest to the square. All the...More