The first shopping centre in Bulgaria to be categorized “green project” by the American Certification System LEED;
Providing the long foreseen entertainment offer which the region considerably misses;
First cinema multiplex in the city with 10 screens;
Introducing new and upgrading existing fashion brands available in Burgas;
International fashion giants like H&M and Inditex’ ZARA and Bershka, present for the first time in the region;
Retailers in Galleria Burgas: Cinema City, Carrefour hypermarket, H&M, Zara, Bershka, Terranova, Humanic, Deichmann, Technomarket, Galleria Scandal, Miss Sixty, Triumph, Kenvelo,
Playlife, ESPRIT, Fan Point, Beauty Zone, Lee Cooper, Rollmann, Andrews Fashion, etc.
What to buy:
I've been in Burgas serval times. For a few years ago I bought fabrics in some shops in the main street. But last summer I could not find any store selling this.
Can anyone help me finding places where they sell fabrics? (Cotton, wool, silk, etc ).
I also want to find a hobby shop. (Paint, pencils, pearls to make jewlery...).
I am kind of addicted to buy books and the problem is that I don't have more room for books... But I really can't miss the chance to buy some more books in this bookstore. Helikon has now branches in Sofia too, but this is where the story started.
Of course the most of the books are in Bulgarian.
What to buy: books and music
Generally speaking most Bulgarians tend to shop at their local small shops rather than large supermarkets but every town also has its market offering the freshest of local produce. Here in Burgas is no exception and the main city market is located at the far end of Ferdinandova Street.
What to buy: This is a covered market much in the same vein as our "Pannier" markets here in Devon and the stalls abound with gloriously colourful displays of fruit and vegetables, mostly from the surrounding countryside. In addition to the main market hall there are also several other shops in the vicinity selling fresh meat, cheeses and delicatessen-type goods.
What to pay: Obviously as a market what you pay depends on what you buy but I was particularly impressed with the cheapness of the prices (as well as the obvious quality). For instance one of the butcher's shops had milk-fed lamb for sale at 9 Leva per Kilo which here in the UK would cost at least the same in Pounds per Pound!
Several floors, cafes, restaurants, beauty sallon, etc. Shops : Men's and women's fashon, children's clothes, shoes, etc.. Brands: Tom Tailor, Wrangler, Kappa, Malboro, Nike, Puma,etc. Jewelry, bath and beauty...
It's spacious and has elevators, so it's convinient for strollers and wheel-chairs.