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Galerija Belgrade

 

ADDRESS:
Vilsonov Bulevar, Belgrade, Serbia
PHONE:
+381 11 788 8 888
WEBSITE:
https://www.galerijabelgrade.com

 

OVERVIEW

Galerija Belgrade, part of the Belgrade Waterfront project, will be the largest shopping mall in Serbia and the region. It also the first and only shopping center in Europe to be developed on a riverbank.

The shopping mall, set to open in 2020, is designed in accordance with the highest industry standards, featuring 93,000 sqm of lease space and 3,600 parking spaces. The mall will house top international and regional brands on 3 levels (ground and two above-ground).

The mall will provide new entertainment concepts to the market, integrating sports and education. It will also house a multiplex cinema expanding across 4000 sqm and will offer a wide range of restaurants and cafes, with outdoor seating next to the river.

The new retail, dining and leisure venue at the bank of Sava river, will be one of the focal points of Belgrade Waterfront, and the new urban hub in the heart of the Serbian capital.

BW Galerija, as part of Belgrade Waterfront, is a development by Eagle Hills.

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