TQ Plaza (Mediteranska nn, 88310 Budva) – located just a short walk from the beach, this shopping center has various retailers, a pharmacy, banks, a supermarket, a few restaurants, and a movie theater. There’s also office space and an apart-hotel. Most of the retail brands found here are local & regional (Eastern European), with the exception of a few international ones like Armani Junior, Benetton, Kappa, Max Mara, and Perla.
Palazzo Shopping Centre (Budva) – this is a two-level shopping center, which is just a walk away from Busva’s seaside promenade. Certain brands like Victoria’s Secret, Cavalli, and Botticelli are found there. Along with apparel, one cal find footwear and certain accessories. What Palazzo isn’t is a huge mega shopping mall (such as “Delta City” in Podgorica).
Mall of Montenegro (Bulevar Bratstva i Jedinstva 85, Podgorica) – opened in 2010, this shopping center (built over a one-time open air marketplace) includes a marketplace known as “Green Bazaar”, a Ramada hotel, as well as the Mall itself (making it the largest mall in Podgorica). A few international brands are sold here (such as Levi’s) – other brands seen here appear to be local & regional (Eastern European).
There are also children’s play areas, a fitness center, a local post office, and some restaurants as well (such as the regional Italian bakery & pizzeria “Sicilia”). Interestingly, there is a conspicuous absence of international fast food eateries such as McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, and KFC. This Mall is located at one of the capital’s major thoroughfares (Bratstva i Jedinstva Boulevard) – linking it with the E65/E80 European highways.
Kamelija (Square Mata Petrovića, 85330 Kotor) – first opened in the 1980s, this regional shopping center (located just north of Kotor’s medieval city walls) went through a major renovation in recent times. A number of shops (carrying mainly regional brand items), cafes and other amenities are found within this shopping mall’s three levels. A pharmacy, a fitness center, and supermarket are also located here.
Delta City (Cetinjski put bb, 81000 Podgorica) – this was Montenegro’s first major shopping mall, consisting of both regional and international retailers, along with amenities associated with such malls (like a multiplex theater, fast food eateries, and children’s play areas). International retailers found there include Aldo, Geox, Guess, Hilfiger Denim, Marks & Spencer, Nine West, Pull and Bear, and Zara, among others.
Bazar (Blaža Jovanovića 8, Podgorica) – this shopping center in the capital has a number of local & regional retailers that sell various types of goods (from apparel to footwear, cosmetics, electronics, as well as home improvement supplies). There are also a couple of restaurants, and play areas for local school children. What is not found here are American fast food outlets like McDonald’s, Burger King, or Domino’s Pizza, nor any multiplex movie theaters.