The main shopping zone is a street connecting Wenceslas Square, na Příkopech Street and “Náměstí Republiky“ Square. There is the greatest amount of shops including the well-known shopping mall Palladium. The Old Town Square and the Old Town itself offer small shops and galleries in their zigzag streets. Pařížská Street is considered to be the most luxurious street in Prague. You can find there deluxe boutiques of the world known brands and designers or the famed Cartier jewelry.
Wenceslas Square, which is connected with the pedestrian precinct, offers a balanced mixture of international shopping centers, local shops, banks, restaurants and cafés. Marks & Spencer, H&M, Desigual, C&A, Baťa.. these are only a few examples of world-wide known brands which you can find there. Wenceslas Square is a pleasant place for shopping with the chance of stopping anytime for a little snack or a filling meal. You may enjoy your break sitting in an open-air restaurant and watching the city crowd which never sleeps.
One of Prague Shopping Gem in center of Prague – Palladium is a large shopping center on “Náměstí Republiky“ Square. It offers around 200 shops. A person cannot pass it without stopping to see expensive boutiques (Guess, Calvin Klein) and fashion shops (Promod, Orsay, Pimkie). The Palladium Centre also gives a possibility of a good snack (Paul) and a cup of coffee in cafés (for example the popular Starbucks) and there is a good choice of several restaurants offering food from sushi to fast food style.
Paříská Street is the trendiest and definitely the most expensive street in Prague. It is famous for its quantity of luxurious boutiques, restaurants and cafés. The street was built in the style of French Avenue des Champs-Élysées. You can feel the atmosphere of the Old Town there. It is worth to mention some of the deluxe boutiques such as Hermés, Louis Vuitton, Dior or Salvatore Ferragamo.
The Old Town Square
You may find anything which makes you feel the atmosphere of old Prague there, on the Old Town Square. If you like the souvenir, art or craft shops, do not miss this Square laying on the mazy little streets which complete your pleasant feelings when you are there.
„Bílá labuť“ Shopping Centre (The White Swan Shopping Centre)
The shopping center “Bílá labuť” is situated on one of the most frequent Prague Avenues – Na Poříčí Street. The building was built in 1930s and it became the biggest and the most modern house in Central and East Europe. It was dedicated on 19th March 1939 and since that date is has never closed. “Bílá labuť” is a traditional shopping center with a huge range of goods including shops like supermarkets, drug stores, stationeries, toy shops, electro shops, fashion shops and many more.
Kotva Shopping Centre
Kotva shopping Centre lies on the “Náměstí Republiky” Square, opposite Palladium. It was constructed between the years 1970 – 1975 with the reference of the Czech architects, the Machonin spouses. The floor projection of this unusual building of that time is created of many connected hexagons. Kotva has got five floors linked together with an underground garage which is open 24 hours a day. It offers a full line of goods in over 100 shops. You can also have a rest there with a snack in its refreshment places.
Fashion Arena Outlet Center
Is the biggest outlet center in the Czech Republic . You can find about 101 popular brand outlet there. Sport equipment, footwear, luggage, cosmetics, toys that only small list of goods you can buy there for best price. This place is located in Prague 10. Is easy accessible with a taxi, bus or car.
Zamlerova 440 – Praha 10
Opening hours: Mo- Su 10am – 8pm
Centrum Chodov newest bigest shopping center in Prague. Is not located in centrum but can be easily reached by public trasport ( metro C – red one) You can get of on Chodov station. In this shoping center you will find more then 260 shops, restaurants and cinema.
One of the famost flea market in Prague. They open “the gate” every Saturday and Sunday from 6 Am to 2 Pm.