Struggling for Christmas gift inspiration? Relax – we’ve got this. Just to help you with your last minute Christmas shopping for your family, friends and loved ones, we have prepared a list of few unique items for a Christmas gift with a difference.
Slovenians have always been a nation of beekeepers. Slovenian beekeepers produce good quality and safe honey. Besides this Slovenian beekeepers offer a wide variety of bee products.
Available in shops around the city center or at Kraševka shop.
Kraševka shop address: Vodnikov trg 4
The Piran Salt Pans are among those rare salt pans in the world where salt is produced using centuries-old processes, involving entirely natural crystallisation, working by hand and employing tools and procedures used by our ancestors. In Piranske soilne shop you can but The Piran salt and various salt-based products.
soline website: HERE
Piranske soline shop address: Mestni trg 19
With a tradition of 350 years, Rogaška is a chic & trendy luxury brand, creating premium home and lifestyle products in high-quality crystal.
Steklarna Rogaška website: HERE
Steklarna Rogaška shop: Mestni trg 22
Idrija lace is a bobbin tape lace. The tape is made with bobbins at the same time as the rest of the lace, curving back on itself, and joined using a crochet hook. Lace produced in Idrija is now appreciated as an ethnological, cultural, technological and handcrafted treasure to be preserved.
Available in shops around the city or at Galerija Idrijske čipke shop
Galerija Idrijske čipke shop address: Mestni trg 17
The Slovenia Book
The Slovenia Book is the work of a group of experienced foreign writers who reside in the country and are passionate about sharing their collected knowledge of our amazing country. THE Slovenia Book is a great companion on any visit to Slovenia.
Company THE Slovenia International Publishing House is the #1 source of professionally-written travel and tourism information. You can also visit their The Slovenia Shop, just next door from hotel CUBO where you will find unlimited supply of tourist information in the form of maps and guides and a wide variety of premium Slovene souvenirs.
The Slovenia Shop website HERE
The Slovenia Shop address: Slovenska cesta 17
Porcelain Catbriyur is a top-quality porcelain developed and handcrafted by the designers Katja and Jure Bricman. Even Her Majesty Queen Elisabeth II, was presented an exclusive gold-encrusted Royal Collection tea set during her official state visit to Slovenia a few years ago.
Address: Ciril- Metodov trg 19
Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, is renowned for its rich supply of high-quality drinking water. Protecting water sources is one of the sustainable projects that have brought Ljubljana the flattering title of European Green Capital 2016. We invite you to fill your bottle from one of Ljubljana’s public drinking fountains and taste this natural treasure. Whenever you fill the Museum Water bottle with drinking water, remember what a precious liquid you are consuming.
Available at City museum website HERE
Mestni muzej/ City museum address: Gosposka 15
Cups with personality
If you laugh your pants off while drinking morning coffee, your day bodes well. That is why Polonapolona draws interpretations of honorable literati, prominent historical figures, fallen heroes and upstanding citizens on best kind of porcelain cups.
Polonapolona website: HERE
Available at shops and bookstores in the city center.
Urban coloring book Ljubljana
The book presents realistic views of the city while the drawings of patterns are all inspired by façade or folk art elements from the city. The coloring book Ljubljana is a visual art representation of the city with educational note. The acompanying text of the drawings gives a brief data on city attractions, their authors and history, and some playful trivia of life in the city.
Avaialble at bookstores.
Symbol of the Slovenian capital, and sentinel of the iconic Emperor Franz Josef Jubilee Bridge, Ljubljana’s dragon is comfortably the city’s most recognizable resident. You will find dragons of all shapes and sizes in shops around the centre. Or just visit Ljubljana Tourist office.
Ljubljana Tourist office shop website: HERE
Ljubljana Tourist office shop address: Adamič-Lundrovo nabrežje 2