Shops in Prague

Tourists do shopping in the streets and lanes in the Old Town and the wide avenues of the New Town in Prague, locals go to the shopping malls in the suburbs. Wherever you go, streets in Prague are crammed with designer outlets, international chain stores, delightful shops and smart cafés. Souvenir shops are ubiquitous and brim with Bohemian crystal, wooden puppets and garnet-studded jewelry.

The Zizkov and Holesovice districts abound in second-hand shops selling anything from retro watches to silver cutlery and from lingerie to vintage fashion. A must-visit for all book lovers is Book Palace Luxor where browsing may take up more time than you have. The Moser shop not only sells crystal glasses and porcelain dinner sets, the interior is more like a museum than a shop. If you are after natural products, head for Botanicus. All their beauty products are made in the small village of Ostra, east of Prague. While shopping, your magic word is ‘sleva’ which means discount.

Dana Bohemia for Crystal

Dana Bohemian is one of the largest stores in Prague specializing in Bohemian crystal and Czech porcelain. The shop sparkles and glitters with the finest cut-glass bowls, decanters and wine glasses. Bohemian glassware Dana Bohemia is famous for its large collection of...

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Souvenirs from Prague

Finding a Souvenir Shop in Prague is easy, but what souvenir to buy and in which shop is not so easy. There is no shortage of souvenir shops in Stare Mesto's narrow streets. Busy shopping street Na Prikope, close to Wenceslas Square also has its fair share of these...

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Second-hand Music Shops for DVDs, Vinyl and CD’s

Second-hand music shops in Prague are packed with DVDs, CDs and vinyls. Therefore, music lovers are sure to find many gems! Try your luck also at U Elektry, the largest flea market in Prague. That's why your treasure hunt will result in CDs, DVDs and retro gramophone...

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Shopping for Porcelain, Pottery and Blue Onion Pattern

Shopping for porcelain in Prague is easy. The souvenir shops in the historic centre brim with porcelain and ceremics. If you want to avoid tourist prices, do your shopping at Dum Porcelanu or Thun Sklo Porcelan just outside the city centre. These are two stores...

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Moser Crystal Shop in Prague Centre

Moser crystal shop means exquisite glassware and guaranteed top quality. The store in Prague is full of capivating shine and glitter: wine glasses, jars, carafes, vases and dinner sets for all occasions. The more you look the more the collection impresses you. It is...

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Modernista Design Shop

Modernista design shop is the place-to-shop for admirers of Czech Cubist ceramics. This Czech design emporium is famous for modernist furniture, design lighting, jewelry, china and glassware. Modernista design shop is the best address for lovers of cubism,...

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Bata: Shoes, Shoes and Shoes

Bata means shoes! If you like shoes, you like the Bata store at Wenceslas Square, the biggest Bata shop in Europe. Five floors packed to the rafters with shoes and bags in every imaginable price, style and colour. When in you are in Prague in winter and you forgot to...

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Sapa Market for Exotic Food and Shopping

Sapa Market means exotic food and shopping! No need to go to Vietnam to taste Asian food. Simply go to Prague, hop on the bus and go to the Sapa Market. Shop to your heart's content and pay wholesale prices. Eat bun ca, a fish soup so delicious that you will order a...

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Convenience Stores and Vietnamese People in Prague

Convenience stores in Prague are almost always 'potraviny' (food) and / or 'vecerka' (night shops). They are often tiny self-service stores that sell just about anything you need; from bread, vegetables and fruit to condoms, Becherovka and Asian delicacies. They are...

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Globe Bookstore – Coffee and Books

The Globe Bookstore in Prague is not only famous for its collection of English language books but also for brunch on Saturday and Sunday and coffee any day of the week. The café is WiFi-friendly. Most days you can join one of the events from 'happy hour' to 'book...

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Italian Food and Wine Market

The Italian Food Hall and Market is 'little Italy in Prague'; the perfect place to indulge in genuine Italian food and wine. The Wine and Food Market is the pick of the bunch and well away from the tourist crowd which is reflected in the prices. This slice of Italy in...

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Dana Bohemia for Crystal

Dana Bohemian is one of the largest stores in Prague specializing in Bohemian crystal and Czech porcelain. The shop sparkles and glitters with the finest cut-glass bowls, decanters and wine glasses. Bohemian glassware Dana Bohemia is famous for its large collection of...

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Souvenirs from Prague

Finding a Souvenir Shop in Prague is easy, but what souvenir to buy and in which shop is not so easy. There is no shortage of souvenir shops in Stare Mesto's narrow streets. Busy shopping street Na Prikope, close to Wenceslas Square also has its fair share of these...

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Manufaktura for Natural Products

Shopwindows packed with wooden toys, puzzles for the kids, hand knitted woolen mittens and handmade soap, Manufaktura is the one-stop-gift-shop in Prague. Manufaktura is a 100% Czech company and the perfect place for Czech and Moravian souvenirs and famous for their...

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Pivni Galerie for Beer Tasting

Pivni Galerie is a shop in Prague that sells only beer. Cases full of beer line the walls. Beer to the Czechs is not just a drink; it's their mainstay, it's their manna it's their ambrosia. Czechs refer to their beer as 'liquid food'. Judging from the many beer halls...

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Czech Garnet Shop

Cesky Granat Turnov, garnets from the Czech Republic, is one of the many shops in Prague selling genuine ruby red garnets or granat in Czech. A multitude of shops in the Old Town stock silver or gold jewelry studded with this semi-precious stone; pendants, rings,...

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