MEGA - Moscow
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MEGA is a new concept for shopping, leisure and relaxation for the entire family.
The MEGA vision is to set a new standard of retail experience for visitors at each of its Family Shopping Centers. By any measure that has been achieved since the first MEGA was launched in 2002. MEGA is the biggest operator in the market and one of the best in its class.
MEGA has the widest choice of stores under one roof which means we offer the best shopping opportunity for visitors at competitive prices. MEGA tenants are the most trusted Russian and multinational stores including IKEA, Auchan, OBI, Leroy Merlin, Stockmann, Bahetle, M.video and Technosila. For international brands like Zara, Starbucks, C&A, The Body Shop, Marks & Spencer, TOPSHOP/TOPMAN, Accessorize or Promod. MEGA was the obvious location for launching in the Russian market and our ambitious program of expansion into the regions means we are the partner to stay with.
MEGA is a fun day out for all the family. Whether it's a concert or a children's theatre, face painting in one of the play areas, skating on our ice-rink while mum goes shopping with friends - there's always something happening at MEGA which is why our visitors return time and time again.
MEGA is designed as a comfortable environment at every level, ensuring we create a positive shopping experience for all our visitors. For those arriving by car MEGA can offer convenient secure parking, an essential requirement for any shopping center, while MEGA free shuttle buses are provided for those who use public transport. Alongside the shops there are countless cafes and restaurants to cater for every taste; a coffee break with a friend or a special treat for the whole family, MEGA has it all. The family will always be a core focus for MEGA and we always offer childcare facilities and baby care rooms for parents' convenience. A first-aid unit is always on hand to offer medical assistance
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