shopping malls Mercato
Mercato
Updated on 11 June 2015

Mercato is one of Dubai’s prettiest malls, boasting beautiful Renaissance-style architecture and an unrivalled ambience for shopping and relaxed dining. Essentially a community mall, Mercato continues to be a hit with residents and visitors alike, and is home to international brands including Mango, Massimo Dutti, Sacoor Brothers, Nicole Farhi, Hugo Boss, Diesel, Gant, GAP, Armani Jeans, Jack Wills, Top Shop and many more. Mercato also has a spacious food court with a range of fast food outlets and superb selection of casual restaurants, as well as cinema screens. www.mercatoshoppingmall.com

 

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