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19.11.2014 | Belgrade
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Shopping Malls

Tourist Organization of Belgrade

Knez Mihailova – Republic Square
The pedestrian zone of Knez Mihailova Street between the Republic Square and Kalemegdan is an unavoidable place in the shopping landscape of Belgrade. Spend at least half a day walking and shopping in one of the most beautiful and lively neighbourhoods of Belgrade, in the very heart of the city. After a walk, when you discover what’s in and what’s hot, drop by at one of the many famous international brand stores and enjoy shopping.

City Passage Shopping Mall
Obilićev Venac 20, tel. +381 11 30 31 234; Open: 10-20.30h, Sat.10-16.30h; parking-public garage: 00-24h

New Millennium Shopping Centre
Spasićev Passage (entrance from Knez Mihailova 19-21h and from Obilićev Venac); Open: 10-20.30h, Sat. 10-17h; parking-public garage: 00-24h

Terazije – Kralja Milana – Slavija
One and a half kilometres of various shops. The closer you are to Slavija Square, the lower the exclusivity, but also the price.

Kralja Aleksandra Boulevard
When someone in Belgrade says “I bought this on the Boulevard” you can rest assured they are talking of this boulevard. It is also the longest street in Belgrade (8.2 km), but you will learn of all the charms of Belgrade shopping within the first few kilometres. Unlike other places in the city, this trade area offers literally everything – all sorts of goods of varied quality and varied prices. The Zira Shopping Mall is nearby, at the corner of Ruzveltova and Cvijićeva Street, Mon-Sat 9-22h, Sun 9-20h,

Banovo Brdo – Požeška Street
Located 5 km from the city centre. If you find yourself there, you will not need to go to the city centre since you can buy everything there is in the centre in one place, in Požeška Street.

Belgrade Fair
Some of the Belgrade Fair halls were permanently turned into a shopping mall with a large number of small shops selling textiles, technology, cosmetics, food and various useful knickknacks. The main advantage of this Bazar, as it is officially called, is that it works on Sundays. One particular charm of the Belgrade Fair are days when fairs are held, particularly the “New Year Bazar”.
Vojvode Mišića Boulevard 14, operator +381 11 26 55 555,

Bazar, tel. +381 11 26 55 740 (10 -20h)
Open for visitors during fairs: 10 -19h

New Belgrade

Once the Pannonian Sea, today a business-shopping centre, the largest settlement within Belgrade, it is a space where a large number of shopping malls and supermarkets share a location with large corporate branch offices.

Shopping Malls:

Mihaila Pupina Boulevard 4,

Sava Centar
Milentija Popovića 9, tel. +381 11 22 06 000 (10-20h, Sat. 10-16h)

Delta City
Jurija Gagarina 16, (10-22h)

Novi Sad Highway 120, tel. +381 11 37 77 119 (06-21h, Sun. 08-19h)

Bulevar umetnosti 4, tel. +381 11 20 15 300 (09-21h, Sun. 09-19h),

Partizanske avijacije 4, tel. +381 11 20 57 200 (Mon-Sat: 9-21h, Sun: 9-15h)

Jurija Gagarina, Bloc 44 (10-20h, sub. 10-16h)

Super Vero
Milutina Milankovića Boulevard 86a, tel. +381 11 31 19 111

YU Business Centre
Mihaila Pupina Boulevard 10

Cumic design district
Cumiceva 2


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