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Prague's High Street Market Report

The retail landscape in Prague is divided in three major shopping areas:

PARIZSKA STREET  

Luxury shopping   with high –end monobrand stores and the  adjacent streets for multibrands


NA PRIKOPE STREET 

Home of  Contemporary and Fast Fashion. Three Shopping  Galleries and Palladium Shopping Center at the end  of the street.


WENCESLAS SQUARE 

Mass Market Fashion brands and Department stores.


Tourist shopping destination | Palladium Shopping Center

PARIZSKA STREET

The area between the Old Town Square and the bank of Vltava river and Siroka street cutting Parizska  street in the middle has the largest concentration of luxury boutiques in Prague and the area is thus  considered as a major hub for luxury in the whole of the CEE and SEE regions.

World-famous shopping destination - boutiques on Parizska street are targeting very selective  international and domestic customers

NA PRIKOPE STREET

The area between Wenceslas Square and the Republic Square is called NA PŘÍKOPĚ street. It is the busiest shopping street in Prague with over 75.000 visitors per day. The street is pedestrian only area and ideal shopping  environment.

The street is part of the tourist route that goes from the river bank through NA PŘÍKOPĚ street to Palladium, the biggest shopping mall in the center of Prague.  NA PŘÍKOPĚ has two (out of three) metro stops, green metro line A and yellow metro line B

WENCESLAS SQUARE

The area between NA PŘÍKOPĚ street and the Museum of Natural History is the most famous boulevard in CCE called Wenceslas square.

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