Croatian Shops: Opening Hours for All Saints Day

Lauren Simmonds

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October the 30th, 2023 – All Saints’ Day is approaching, and Croatian shops will be either closed or open for a limited time only. Here’s how things will look in that regard on November the 1st.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, Croatian shops are mostly closed for All Saints’ Day so that employees can visit the graves of their loved ones in peace. There are exceptions for some stores located in shopping centres, although a significant number of them will be closed as well.

Here’s how the opening hours for Croatian shops and shopping centres will look on November the 1st, 2023:

Konzum – Closed

Lidl – Closed

Spar and Interspar – Mostly closed. You can find more specific information on how each of these stores plans to operate and where by clicking here.

DM – Closed (including DMs located within shopping centres)

Kaufland – Closed

KTC – Closed

Muller – Closed

As for Croatian shopping centres, the situation is as follows for November the 1st, 2023:

Arena Centar (Zagreb) – Closed

City Mall (Pula) – Closed

Galerija (Porec) – Closed

Galerija (Bakar) – Closed

Mall (Osijek) – Closed

Joker (Split) – Closed

Tower Centre (Rijeka) – Closed

City Centre One (Zagreb West) – Closed

City Centre One (Zagreb East) – Closed

City Centre One (Split) – Closed

Studenac – Closed

Bauhaus – Closed It won’t work.

PEVEX – Closed

IKEA – Closed

Supernova (Buzin) – Closed

Supernova (Zadar) – Closed

Supernova (Varazdin) – Closed

Supernova (Karlovac) – Closed

West Gate – Closed

Avenue Mall (Zagreb) – Most of the shops inside the centre will be closed. CineStar, Lotus bar, Lotus Family playhouse, KFC and McDonald’s will remain open


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