If you have a spare time between flights and you want to visit Belgrade most immpresive shoping centers,you are at right place! Taxi Serbia can arrange quick and slick transport to the nearest center 10min from airport Nikola Tesla!
What do you like the most to buy: shoes, clothes, jewellery, bags or you just want to buy some interesting souvenir as a gift to someone you care for? If you are maybe a shopaholic and you are crazy for fashion, this route is definitely something that must be checked out while you are in Belgrade.There are many shopping opportunities in Belgrade from the luxurious upscale boutiques and department stores to the Bazaars. In fact the bazaar is enormous and takes place at the fairground. There is a plethora of shops selling just about anything you can imagine at the bazaar. Unlike many city’s bazaars, it is not open only one day a week but it is now a permanent set up and open all week.
1.UŠĆE SHOPPING CENTER
In 2009, Belgrade, Serbia and the whole region got the largest shopping center – UŠĆE Shopping Center.The shopping centre was about a third bigger than Delta City shopping centre.
Located in New Belgrade, oposite the Hyatt Regency hotel it has a spacious underground car park and features 120,000 square meters of shopping space. There are 150 shops, numerous restaurants and bars, a playground, a supermarket. The unique multiplex cinema with 11 movie theatres, a bowling alley, arcades and a casino closed down in Nov 2013 and have yet to reopen by Jan 2014.The shops featured here (2012) include O’Neil, Champion Sports, Nike Sports shop, Lush cosmetics, Zara, NewYorker, Marks and Spencers, Bershka, C&A, Mothercare (these two now being defunct in the UK), Big Bang (electrical store), etc. The food haul is spacious with MacDonalds, KFC, and several Serbian cuisine restaurants.Next to the food haul there is a kids’ playground and a 4D mini-cinema experience.
For detailed information, visit UŠĆE SHOPPING CENTER .
2.Shopping Center Stadium
Stadion Shopping Center is a unique centre in Serbia, with a football stadium located on the roof of the centre.
There are two types of entertainment: shopping and football. Shopping and watching football matches, concerts and cultural events in this venue offer a unique experience for all visitors.The Shopping Center Stadium offers you a brand new concept of shopping, entertainment and recreation. It combines two passions in one place – shopping and football.Given that it is the fourth-largest facility in Europe on whose roof is a football pitch whose stands can accommodate 5,000 spectators, the Stadium Shopping Center was built in accordance with modern UEFA standards. Tracking football matches, concerts and cultural events in this place provides a unique experience for all visitors. The area of ??the retail part of the center is 28,000 square meters where you can find the most famous world and local brands, well-known catering facilities and various entertainment facilities.
For detailed information, visit Shopping Center Stadium
Delta City was opened in November 2007 and presents the first true international style-shopping mall introducing a new concept to the Serbian market.
As a true ‘’ virtual city” Delta City offers a successful mix of diverse retail and entertainment, a place where families can spend an entire day.
Delta City shopping mall contains numerous fashion, sports, life style and home décor shops, supermarket, banks, multiplex cinema with 6 movie theaters, various restaurants, fast food, attractive cafés and others services. Delta City introduced over 20% of world-renowned fashion brands to the Serbian market. In 2009 in Barcelona, The International Council of Shopping Centres (ICSC) declared Delta City the best shopping mall in Europe.Delta Holding has sold in 2016 its Delta City shopping mall to South African investment fund Hiprop specializing in the acquisition of modern and established shopping centres.
For detailed information, visit Delta City
4.Knez Mihailova street
Welcome to shopping madness street!
Knez Mihailova street is the first officially named streets in Belgrade.Knez loved Belgrade and Belgrade is like Prince. With its commitment to art, culture, the European spirit of the city, a diplomatic solution of the problems … Prince Mihailo Obrenovic deserved it the most visited and one of the most beautiful streets in 1870 is named after him. Knez has contributed to the appearance of the street and personally donating land with a desire to be used “for educational purposes”. On it in 1924. erected a monumental palace of the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences, designed by architects Andre Stevanovic and Dragutin Djordjevic. A larger number of representative buildings from the late nineteenth century, reflect the influence of European architectural practice. Magnificent palaces Endowment Nikola Spasic, Krstina tavern where they held the meeting of Serbian Assembly, Veljko Savic house where today the restaurant “Kolarac”.