This weekend, Slovenia’s largest arena of shopping adventures, BTC City Ljubljana, will host the first major shopping event of the year. “Late night shopping” is a unique and increasingly popular way of shopping in Slovenia and worldwide. A special feature of the event are the extended opening hours of shops, bars, restaurants, and cafés, which will be open continuously from 9 a.m. until midnight. This means that even those who have a hard time doing their shopping during the week due to a lack of time can now do so and take a stroll among the aisles.

All fans of late night shopping will be especially happy about the special prices of products and services between 8 p.m. and midnight, when shops and catering establishments will offer special discounts, bargains, and gifts. In this whirl of positivity, everyone can find something they want, all while being accompanied by lively music played by a DJ in the southern part of Hall A. The full list of discounts will be available on the day of the event, on 22nd April 2016, at (in slovene only)

Not only adults, kids will also have their fun at the “Late night shopping” event. So their parents can shop without worries, kids are invited to the Pyjama party and mini disco at the Beti & Cej children’s centre – mandatory equipment includes slippers and pyjamas. An attendance fee of EUR 5 will open doors to unforgettable fun, snacks, and drinks.

BTC City Ljubljana witnesses a variety of activities every day, but is enlivened even more so at events such as “Late night shopping,” which is eagerly awaited by visitors and growing in popularity. With its unceasing activities and events, BTC City Ljubljana is not only a shopping centre, but also Slovenia’s foremost business, recreational, entertainment, and cultural centre, as well as one of the largest of its kind in the whole of Europe. Visitors have at their disposal more than 450 shops, 60 catering establishments, and 8,500 free parking spaces. The attractive and rich selection on offer in one spot is the reason why BTC City Ljubljana is visited by more than 21 million people from Slovenia and abroad per year.


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Maja Oven, Director of the Market Communication and Public Relations Sector;