Pařížská Street

Pařížská Street, the ultimate bourgeois avenue, thanks to its location, has always belonged to the streets with a high concentration of luxurious shops, swanky cafés, restaurants and bars. This street runs off the Old Town Square to the Vltava River, it bisects the Jewish quarter and is an easy walk from some of the best five star hotels in Prague.

Parizska Street

There are shops offering cut glass, jewellery, cosmetics, but there is still one category that prevails. It is fashion in all of its forms. Everyone will find their own among the vast number of brands, be it a men’s suit, sports clothing, or an evening dress. The synonym for this street in terms of shopping is “countless choices”.

Nice clothing goes hand in hand with smart fashion accessories, which are represented here by the highest prestige brands. Just come and take your pick. All of the said shops offer Tax Free Shopping service, which will make your shopping even more enjoyable.

Pařížská Street


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The official currency used in the Czech Republic is the Czech crown which has the international abbreviation CZK. The Czech Republic has been a member of the EU since May 1 2004, but didn’t enter the Euro Zone yet. You can pay for goods and services in the Czech Republic with cash and cards. There are also a lot of places in Prague where payment can be made in euros – in most retail chains, electronics shops, at petrol stations and in restaurants.