The best way to discover Prague
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Monday to Friday from 10.00 to 19.00
Saturday from 10.00 to 13.00
Pařížská Street is considered the most exclusive – and expensive – street in the whole of Prague. What Paris has in Schanzelize Street Prague has in Pařížská Street.
Fashion Arena Prague Outlet Zamenhofova 440, Praha - Štěrboholy, 108 00 Monday to Sunday from 10.00 to 20.00
Fashion Arena Prague Outlet is the largest outlet centre in the Czech Republic. It brings together over 200 well-known international fashion and lifestyle brands in one convenient location. Whether you are looking for clothes, footwear, sports equipment, luggage, leather goods, accessories, cosmetics, jewellery, watches, or toys there is something for everyone here. And all at outlet prices, always saving you 30-70% off normal retail prices. More Info!
Nový Smíchov Shopping Center Plzeňská 8, 150 00 Prague OPENING HOURS OF SHOPS & SERVICES Monday through Sunday, 9 AM till 9 PM
Novy Smichov Shopping Centre is immensely popular.
This Shopping mall is the perfect place to meet up with friends,
to grab a bite to eat or to spend a day browsing the shops.
Tax Free Shopping
Náměstí Republiky 1, Prague 1
Sunday – Wednesday 09:00 – 21:00
Thursday – Saturday 09:00 – 22:00
25 October 2007, PALLADIUM was open for public. Since then PALLADIUM has become a remarkable landmark of the city center and one of the most popular shopping destination in Prague.The mall contains 170 shops and 30 restaurants, with a retail area of 39,000 square metres. More Info!
Havelská Street, Prague1 – Staré Město
Monday to Sunday from 07.00 to 15.00
The only preserved market place in Old Town dating back to 1232. In addition to Havelská Street, where the current market is located, the original one extended to Rytířská Street and Uhelný trh, which run parallel to it. It offers a large selection of fresh fruits and vegetables and on weekends, mainly tourist items. Greengrocers, florists and craftsmen have their stands here. And lest we forget, there are also stands with jewellery, toys or ceramics. You can buy your Prague souvenirs right here.
Flea Market - U Elektry Market
U Elektry, Prague 9 Sat: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sun: 6:00 am - 2:00 pm
Hoping to bring home a historical souvenir? Prague’s flea markets have a lot of great memorabilia, cheap secondhand items, and even Bohemian crystals to offer.This nameless flea market is sometimes known as the “U Elektry Market” because of the street where it lies. As the largest flea market in Europe, it occupies an area of 50,000 square meters (538,196 square feet), and it’s just as chaotic as you might expect from its size.
Sapa - Vietnamese Market
Libušská 319/126, Prague 4
Monday to Sunday
from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Also known as Little Hanoi, Sapa is a huge Vietnamese market complex on the outskirts of Prague.
A labyrinth of shops and eateries, Sapa serves as a hub for Prague’s substantial Vietnamese community,
who first started arriving during the Communist regime. Czechia’s Vietnamese population now numbers around 60,000,
making it one of the country’s largest minority groups
Shopping mall Atrium Flora
Vinohradská 2828/151, Prague 3
Monday - Sunday: 8:00 - 24:00
Visit the atrium flora mall, 10 minutes walk if you staying at La Fenice hotel, take the walk ull enjoy it. There are nearly 120 shops offering fashion, accessories and services. When your shopping is done, go up to the fourth floor for a gourmet dinner, a snack or just a pizza or hamburger. Shopping hours are very generous, seven days a week from 8 am to 22 pm. More Info!