WestEnd City Center

The WestEnd City Center is a shopping centre built by Hungarian TriGránit Ltd. located next to the Western Railway Station, in Budapest, Hungary. Opened on 12 November 1999, it is known for having been the largest mall in Central Europe until larger ones were inaugurated, including Arena Plaza, also in Pest.

Inside WestEnd you can find traditional international brands such as Mango, H&M, Zara, C&A, J.Press, Six, Sandy Bizsu, Esprit, Chantall, Devergo, Mayo Chix and Marks & Spencer. These brands might sound tempting to women, but if you would rather buy some electronical devices you can find a giant Media Markt in WestEnd. In addition you can buy cameras in 220Volt and get yourself a new game for your Xbox in 576 Kbyte Shop.

If you get hungry during the shopping you will find lots of fast food opportunities in WestEnd, for example KFC, Burger King, McDonalds, Belfrit and Nordsee. For those wanting a more serious meal in a restaurant T.G.I. Fridays, Leroy Cafe/Sushi and some more wait for you inside the mall. If you want to relax and see a film you can visit Cinema City inside the center.