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Shopping zones
Shopping zones
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Belgrade, like all big cities, offers  several options for shopping, no matter it is for fun or necessity.

For active shopping and entertainment  you can visit the following shopping malls: Delta City, Usce Shopping Center, Zira Shopping Center, Shopping Center Stadion, Zemun Park and Fashion Park Outlet Indjija, which is about 40 km far away from Belgrade. Shopping  activities with drinks, food, cinemas, entertainment and children’s playgrounds will last longer, accompanied by a large selection of international and local fashion brands.

Belgrade has several  different streets and districts which offer goods of local designers, as well as authentic ancient handcraft shops. The young and urban people will not miss to visit Supermarket Concept Store, Belgrade Design District and Mixer House.

Shopping in Balkanska Street is a bit of investigative work. There are retail shops and old family businesses for caps, hats and bags.

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra, the longest street in the city, offers  craft shops which remain unchanged despite new age. The  street is full of small shops with goods for every taste. Knez Mihailova Street, the  heart of the city, offers the best variety of goods for all fashion lovers.

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