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Farmers´ Markets Prague

Where to go for local products? Farmers' markets have a long tradition and, together with the growing demand for local food and fresh ingredients, their popularity has been growing significantly in recent years. For some families, shopping at markets…

Chodov Shopping Centre

After an extensive reconstruction, the Chodov shopping mall is the biggest shopping centre in Prague with a shopping area of more than 102,000 m² and more than 300 shops. There is a hypermarket, popular fashion chains (Zara Home, Adidas,…

Palladium Shopping Centre

Palladium is a shopping centre in Prague’s historical Old Town district, which was built on the site of the former George of Poděbrady Barracks on the Republic Square. The shopping centre has five floors with 170 shops and 32 cafés,…

Nový Smíchov Shopping Centre

The Nový Smíchov shopping centre is situated in Prague’s Anděl district, about a ten-minute drive from the city centre. Since its opening in 2001, it has been considered one of the biggest shopping centres in Prague. There are three…

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,…

Fashion Arena

The Fashion Arena is an outlet centre in Prague’s Štěrboholy district (about 25 minutes from the city centre), which is the largest of its kind in the Czech Republic. It brings together over 200 fashion brands such as Billabong,…