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Fashion Park Outlet Indjija
Fashion Park Outlet Indjija
Description

Fashion Park Outlet Centre Indjija is the first shopping attraction of this kind in Serbia. In this outlet you will  find fashion products from world famous brands, which are at a discount of 30% to 70% every day.

The distance from Belgrade to Indjija is about 42 km and can be reached by car in 40 minutes. This shopping centre offers products of first-class category. There are restaurants for break time, as well as children’s playgrounds and free parking.

Contact
Address
Vojvode Putnika bb
Contact
+381 22 21 55 110
Location
Opening Hours

Mon - Sun: 10.00 - 21.00 h

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