Prague

This beautiful city has a lot of style. Its local history goes back a millennium, and its cuisine and shopping experiences are one-of-a-kind. Come explore with us and let us take you for a ride!

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AoshidaBartolomějská 304/1, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

Blackout FashionZamenhofova 440, 108 00 Praha-Štěrboholy, Czechia

Bohemian RetroŠtupartská 746/11, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

Butik Klára NademlýnskáCentrum Chodov, Roztylská 2321/19, 148 00 Praha 11, Czechia

Dior Boutique PrahaRadlická 117, 153 00 Praha 5-Radlice, Czechia

Eco Fashion LabelsMaiselova 56/11, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

Egoist Fashion28. října 373/7, 110 00 Můstek, Czechia

Fashion Arena Prague OutletKarlova 25, 110 00 Staré Město, Czechia

Fashion ProstejovZamenhofova 440, 108 00 Praha-Štěrboholy, Czechia

Fashion Shop PARAZITJindřišská 937/16, 110 00 Nové Město, Czechia

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Top shopping areas in Prague

When it comes to travel in style, Prague is undoubtedly the place to be: It has a lot of history, art, culture, and its urban explorations surround you all over just to make you feel part of it. Beauty, luxury and shopping are not the exception to the rule: Prague is also a pit stop for fashion lovers who want to get lost in the city just to find themselves into amazing galleries, shops, and designer boutiques.

Naplavka Chances are that on a bright Sunday morning, you may not find people on the streets anywhere but in Naplavka. The locals usually wake up early to be the first ones to grab fresh vegetables, free-range eggs or bread. These products are almost always organic or environmentally friendly. It is also a great place to buy a bottle of local wine or cider. Sometimes, handicrafts are available too. Make sure you stop by here to eat some organic produce.
Cerna RuzeIf you want to go shopping in Prague old town, Cerna Ruze is one of the best Prague shopping brands. From Bohemian crystals, leather jackets, to Pierre Cardin bags, you get to buy everything at this shoping complex in Prague. It is one of the oldest existing places where you can find from medium range to expensive range things. It is a great shopping outlet in Prague.
Kotva Department StoreKotva department store is a 5 story small shopping mall where you can find all the stuff you need at a much cheaper cost. Initially, the store offered a diverse range of products, though, today its focus is on clothing and fashion goods. Now the building is not just a shopping mall but a cultural monument too. If you’re wondering where to buy cheap souvenirs in Prague, let your search cease here.
Old Town: Dušní and DlouháThis part of the city is the most historical one. However, it offers nothing you wouldn’t find in any European city and often at prices no better. Major Czech brands such as Baťa the discount shoemaker, offers some great deals. Smaller, far more affordable collections, including well chosen secondhand stuff, can be found on Karoliny Světlé at the south-western edge of Old Town.
VršoviceVršovice is Prague’s thriving bohemian quarter and is often compared to Berlin’s Kreuzberg or Paris’s Montmartre. It should, without a doubt, be high on your list of places for experiencing alternative culture and alternative shopping in Prague.  
Designers in Prague
Klara Nademlynska
Jakub Polanka
Blanka Matragi
Lucie Koldova
Zorya
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