Sofia Becomes Attractive European Shopping Destination
In the spring of 2010 Bulgaria’s capital of Sofia will add to its portfolio of trade centers three new ones – Sofia Outlet Center, Serdika Center and Carrefour Tzarigradsko Mall. The new trade centers will add about 132,000 square meters to the already existing 70,000 sq.m. of commercial centers in Sofia.
Some new brands will come to Bulgaria for the first time in the new commercial areas turning Sofia into an attractive shopping destination. Some of the new brands to be sold in Sofia will include Six, Koton, Zara, Pull & Bear, Bershka, Celine B., Stradivarius, Peek & Cloppenburg, Bijou Brigitte, BCBG Max Azria, Marc O'Polo, BSB, Hogl, Gelati, Humanic, Celebrity brands, Jennyfer, Cache Cache, Guess accessories, The North face, House, Textura, Ulla Popken, Bellora.
The three commercial centers will start operating as follows: Sofia Outlet Center – on March 5th as the accent here will be placed on goods at lower prices; Serdika Center – on March 16th and Carrefour Tzarigradsko Mall – on April 21st.
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