Prague Shopping Streets

Where to shop in Prague is no problem because all streets in the historic centre brim with stylish shops and boutiques, from ubiquitous souvenir shops to exclusives fashion labels. Do your shopping at Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Gucci or Armani in Parizska Avenue but set a limit to your credit card if you also want to be able to pay for your next meal.

Indulge in shopping during your city trip to Prague. Wander through the shopping streets in the Old Town, throw in a handful of shopping centres, sprinkle with a bit of culture and you have a holiday never to forget. Hop on the tram for a special shopping experience in the outskirts. Each neighbourhood has its own shopping streets where the locals do their shopping.

Parizska Avenue and Top Fashion

Parizska Avenue and Top Fashion

What Paris has in the Champs-Elysées, Prague has in Parizska Avenue. This is the most fashionable street in Prague and the most expensive. It is home to top designers like Hermes, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, and Gucci. This beautiful wide avenue leads from...

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Na Prikope – Best Shopping Street in Prague

Na Prikope – Best Shopping Street in Prague

Na Prikope and 28 Rijna streets are two pedestrian-only streets in the centre of Prague. These two streets form one wide boulevard and are home to familiar and less familiar shops, small boutiques and chain stores. Shopping in Prague is an entirely new experience....

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Wenceslas Square Shopping

Wenceslas Square Shopping

Wenceslas Square, the largest square in Prague, is shopping for every taste. Virtually every building houses a shop – shoes, books, Bohemian crystal and everything you need or do not need. Add to this a number of department stores and you have shopping pleasure for...

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Shopping in Karlova Street

Shopping in Karlova Street

Karlova Street connects Old Town Square with Charles Bridge. This narrow, winding street in Prague is always bustling with people. Karlova means shop after shop after shop. This is the street to buy Bohemian crystal and sparkling jewelry. Karlova is also one of the...

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Shopping in Tyn Court for Antiques and Bohemian Crystal

Shopping in Tyn Court for Antiques and Bohemian Crystal

Shopping in Tyn Court is an experience not to miss! Tyn Court, Tynsky dvur in Czech, is an intimate square behind Tyn Church on the Old Town Square and surrounded by unique shops, trendy restaurants and lots of outdoor cafes. When you go shopping in Tyn Court, you are...

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Shop with Locals in Vinohradska Street

Shop with Locals in Vinohradska Street

Shop with locals and go to Vinohradska Street in the Vinohrady district which lends itself perfectly to 'shopping without tourists'. The Vinohrady neigbourhood is just outside Prague centre and famous for its many antique shops as well as small specialty stores. The...

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Shopping in Celetna Street

Shopping in Celetna Street

Shopping in Celetna Street is the perfect way to spend a morning or afternoon. This street is packed with inspiring and exclusive shops, each trying to attract your attention. U Zlateho Iva is your place-to-be if you are looking for wooden toys and puppets. Most shops...

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Shopping in Karlova Street

Shopping in Karlova Street

Karlova Street connects Old Town Square with Charles Bridge. This narrow, winding street in Prague is always bustling with people. Karlova means shop after shop after shop. This is the street to buy Bohemian crystal and sparkling jewelry. Karlova is also one of the...

read more
Na Prikope – Best Shopping Street in Prague

Na Prikope – Best Shopping Street in Prague

Na Prikope and 28 Rijna streets are two pedestrian-only streets in the centre of Prague. These two streets form one wide boulevard and are home to familiar and less familiar shops, small boutiques and chain stores. Shopping in Prague is an entirely new experience....

read more
Parizska Avenue and Top Fashion

Parizska Avenue and Top Fashion

What Paris has in the Champs-Elysées, Prague has in Parizska Avenue. This is the most fashionable street in Prague and the most expensive. It is home to top designers like Hermes, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, and Gucci. This beautiful wide avenue leads from...

read more
Wenceslas Square Shopping

Wenceslas Square Shopping

Wenceslas Square, the largest square in Prague, is shopping for every taste. Virtually every building houses a shop – shoes, books, Bohemian crystal and everything you need or do not need. Add to this a number of department stores and you have shopping pleasure for...

read more

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