Prague may not be Milan or Paris still the city has a large selection of shops; from international chain stores to quirky boutiques, from shopping malls to second-hand stores . Na prikope and 28 Rijna are Prague's most popular shopping streets. You will find here Zara, Benetton, Jackpot & Cottonfield and many more favorites. These two streets together with neighboring Wenceslas Square make shopping in Prague pleasure.
Start you shopping day at Palladium, a modern shopping center brimming with 180 shops and 20 restaurants. You will have no trouble in spending here a pleasant afternoon, maybe even a full day. The Famers' Market is just opposite Palladium. The place to be if you like local honey, Moravian wine or homemade sausages. Are you a second Imelda Marcos? Be sure to visit the Bata Shoe Store at Wenceslas Square: five floors chockfull of trendy shoes and fashionable bags. One a rainy day, Palac Knih Luxor guarantees several hours of browsing books and magazines.
In Myslbek shopping center you will Bibelot, a shop entirely devoted to pens from Parker to Mont Blanc. But if it is natural cosmetics you are after, visit Korres a shop that specializes in Greek beauty products.
The following list of 10 best shops in the Nove Mesto district may help you decide where to go first.