Credit: Eurovea

Eurovea’s Record Month

Over 100 million visits in the over eight years since Eurovea opened.

“June 2019 set Eurovea’s highest monthly visitor numbers since we opened in March 2010  – with over 1,254,000 visitors! Eurovea remains popular due to its prime location, fine atmosphere, contemporary architecture, and quality shopping,” observed Olga Hammer, Eurovea’s PR & Marketing Manager. This explains the footfall volume, shops’ profits, and continual interest from brands seeking to open stores at Eurovea.

Since opening, Eurovea has also become a popular venue for various cultural and sporting events, exhibitions, fashion shows, children’s events and art performances. And this summer, Eurovea’s square will also host a Bratislava cultural summer stage, a concert is planned as part of the  Viva Musica festival, and sporting events and children’s programmes are also coming.

The year 2018 has been the most successful year since Eurovea opened – in terms of visitor numbers, sales, and 100% occupancy. And the signs so far this year are that 2019 will be even more successful.

“Eurovea is yet to reach capacity – it certainly has strong growth potential.  This positive trend is also influenced by the development of the Eurovea City zone – where several thousand employees have relocated to new office space since last year, and that will soon be the seat of the ELA (European Labour Authority). The on-going development of the entire zone is evidenced by footfall volume, shops’ profits, as well as continual interest from brands seeking to open stores at Eurovea,” said owner Peter Korbačka. “The achieved results represent both a great success and a commitment to our visitors. Their confidence will continue after Eurovea’s extension opens to deliver exciting new brands and services that showcase our excellence.”

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