Na Prikope – Best Shopping Street in Prague

Shopping streets na Prikope and 28 Rijna streets are two pedestrian-only streets in the centre of Prague. These two streets together are one wide boulevard and home to familiar and less familiar shops, small boutiques and chain stores. Shopping in Prague is an entirely new experience. Although you will find here many similar stores as in famous shopping cities like London and Paris, the Prague stores are always less crowded and often more affordable than their counterparts in other European cities. When you walk in this shopping area, always look up at the beautiful facades in Art Nouveau and Baroque style.

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Shopping Street Full of Surprises

Na Prikope is a shopping street full of surprises: hidden behind Baroque facades you will find unexpected upmarket shopping malls: Koruna, Cerna Ruze, and Slovansky Dum. A true eye catcher is all glass-and-steel Myslbek shopping centre with thirty shops and difficult to resist. Its modern architecture blends perfectly with the traditional neigbouring buildings. Na Prikope and 28 Rijna are Prague’s busiest shopping streets. Here you will find chain stores such as Zara, Benetton, Cottonfield and many other well-known, but also lesser-known shops, such as Destroy and Salamander for trendy shoes and bags

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Shopping Malls in Na Prikope

The shopping malls in na prikope street are slightly difficult to find. They are incorporated in the buildings and at first sight do not look like malls but like the entrance to a building.

1. Shopping Centre Myslbek, na Prikope 19-21
 Myslebek is a small shopping centre for Prague standards. You will find international chains such as H&M, Calvin Klein, Leonidas and 27 other shops. It guarantees a few hours of fun shopping in the centre of Prague.

2. Cerna Ruz, na Prikope 12
Cerna Ruz is a chic three-storey-shopping centre with a good mix of local shops and international chain stores. This shopping centre is located in a beautiful Baroque palace, of which only the facade is original. The rest has been converted into a modern shopping mall.

3. Slovansky dum, na Prikope 22
Slovansky dum is not only a shopping centre and cinema, but also a beautiful green garden with catering facilities, an oasis of peace in the middle of Prague. Here you will find chain stores and boutiques like Armani, Clinique, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Nautica, and many others.

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Pedestrian-only Shopping Street

Shops in na Prikope are plentiful and shopping here is a pleasure not only because of the choice of shops but also because this is a pedestrian-only zone. In addition to international retail chains, you will also find many shops that sell Bohemian crystal.

1. Moser, na Prikope 12
Bohemian crystal is available in many types, colours and prices in many shops in na Prikope street. The most famous and most expensive shop to buy crystal is Moser, not only the collection is elegant and exclusive, the building in which the store is located also deserves attention, beautiful stained glass windows and period furniture. Moser is famous for and lead-free glassware.

2. Michael Kors, na Prikope 13
Michael Kors’ ready-to-wear collection was initially only for women. Later the men’s collection was added. The label has a firm footing in the fashion scene. The Michael Kors label is timeless elegance and consists of women’s and men’s fashion, shoes, handbags and accessories.

3. Hamleys, na Prikope 14
Hamleys is the largest toy store in Prague and great fun for both parents and children. They sell traditional but also innovative toys. The reason that everyone goes to Hamleys is that all toys and gadgets can be tried out. The shop holds also a mini playground with a giant slide, a double-decker bus, a merry-go-round and a car racing track.

4. Swarovski Boutique, na Prikope 15
Shine and glitter, all kinds of jewelry: necklaces, rings, earrings, bracelets, quite expensive but much cheaper than real jewelry.

5. Nike Store, na Prikope 22
Nike Store needs no recommendation. Everyone is familiar with the range of sports shoes, clothing and accessories.

6. Tommy Hilfiger Store, na Prikope 23
Stylish collection of casual wear with a 1950’s twist, sweaters, dresses and denim. This fashion giant is an indispensable part of any shopping street.

7. Salamander (na Prikope 16), Deichmann (na Prikope 9-11) and Destroy (na Prikope 31) three trendy shoe chains selling their own label but also international labels. Here you will find shoes of every type and for all ages.

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Getting there

Shopping streets na Prikope and 28 Rijna is in the Nove Mesto )New Town) district of Prague and are close to Wenceslas Square and run from Republiky Square to Narodni Street. The nearest metro station is Mustek on lines A and B or Republiky on line B. Get off at Republiky if you also want to shop in Palladium Shopping Centre, with 200 shops the largest mall in Prague centre.

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