Pařížská Street


Pařížská Street is considered to be the most luxurious street in Prague because it contains boutiques with the most expensive fashion brands (clothing, jewellery, handbags, shoes, etc.). There are stores of many companies, such as Dior, Fendi, Hermés, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Rolex, Gucci, Burberry, Valentino, Jimmy Choo, Dolce and Gabbana, and others located here. Pařížská Street is also regularly included on the top ten list of the most expensive shopping streets in the world.

The street is located in Prague’s Old Town quarter. One of its ends connected to the Old Town Square and the other one leads to the bank of the Vltava River near the Čech Bridge. It is lined by trees on both sides and it is accessible by car in one direction only (from the Vltava River).

The street is located in the city centre, which makes parking more difficult. There are mainly blue zones in Pařížská Street, i.e. parking is designated primarily for local residents. There is limited parking available at the beginning of the street towards the Čech Bridge and at the adjacent Dvořákovo nábřeží, equipped with parking meters. Opposite the Intercontinental Hotel, accessible from Pařížská Street, there are public parking garages with 179 spaces. They are open 24 hours a day, with parking fees paid either cash in Czech crowns or using the SEJF mobile application. Maximum parking fee is CZK 1000 per day.

USEFUL INFORMATION FOR VISITORS

Address: Pařížská, Praha 1
GPS coordinates: 50.0897072N, 14.4192069E

TRANSPORT CONNECTION

The nearest public transport stops, close to Pařížská Street are:

  •         Staroměstská metro station (line A, green line)
  •         Právnická fakulta tram stop
  •         Staroměstské náměstí bus stop
  •         Pařížská bus stop

Sights near Pařížská Street

A visit to Paris Street is best to be combined with visiting other sights and attractions such as Rudolfinum, Old-New Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue, Old Town Square, Astronomical Clock, Old Town Hall, Maisel Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Church of St. Nicholas, Clementinum, Wenceslas Square etc.