Shopping centres Czech Republic

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Offers Czech labels, CDs and DVDs in various categories.

Czech Glass Shop - crystal lustres and chandeliers  
In the Czech glass shop you find high quality and handmade crystal glass lustres and chandeliers, with very classical and beautiful designs.

Obiss - Obadal Vratislav  
Sells metal outdoor furniture with variety of colours, hand-crafted garden and park benches.

The Myslbek "Shopping Gallery" opened in 1996 as one of Prague's first shopping malls. It connects Prague's New Town and Old Town, stretching between the busy Na P?íkop? Street and the historic Ovocný trh (Fruit Market) behind the Estates Theatre. The site is named after the sculptor who created the St. Wenceslas statue on Wenceslas Square. Myslbek houses about 30 shops and boutiques, and a few restaurants.

Cerna Ruze (Black Rose)  
The historic ?erná r?že passageway at Na P?íkop? Street was turned into a shopping center in the 1990s. You will find some 50 stores and several restaurants inside.

Slovanský d?m (Slavic House)  
The Slovanský d?m is another shopping center located on Na P?íkop?. Some stores you'll find there are Nautica, Mexx, Miss Sixty, Tommy Hilfiger, Cerruti Jeans, Beltissimo. The restaurants that deserve a mention are Ambiente Brasileiro and Kogo Café & Ristorante. There's also a large outdoor garden and the Palace Cinemas multiplex theatre.

Vinohradský Pavilon (Vinohrady Market Hall)  
The Vinohradský Pavilon was Prague's first mini-mall. It is located in the historic Vinohrady Market Hall that dates back to 1902. The mall opened in 1994. It is now somewhat abandoned due to its larger new competitors and its location, which isn't exactly handy. There's a limited selection of stores and a grocery store in the basement.

Palác Flóra  
Palác Flóra is one of the larger malls. It opened in 2003. Its four floors are filled with 120 shops, a food court, a Cinema City multiplex theatre and Oskar IMAX. The environment is bright and airy with an open central lobby. You can walk into the mall right from inside the Flóra metro station (line A).

Nový Smíchov  
Nový Smíchov is a stylish, modern shopping mall and entertainment center that spreads across three floors. It is located near the And?l metro station (line B). There's a large Tesco supermarket and Datart electronics store on the ground floor, 150 different shops, as well as a food court and Palace Cinema multiplex on the third floor.


Metropole Zlicín  
Metropole Zli?ín is a large fashion and entertainment complex on the outskirts of Prague. It includes a Cinema City multiplex theatre and a large electronics store Electro World. Although not in the city center, the mall is conveniently located right at the Zli?ín metro station, about a 20-minute ride from the center. It is also conveniently accessible by car. A 24-hour Tesco supermarket is located near the shopping center (take the bus or drive, walking is not recommended).

Kotva Department Store  
Appropriate for the location of the Czech Republic's largest former Communist shopping venue, Kotva's website is only in Czech. However, this department store boasts five floors of shops as well as a supermarket.

4th. November 1994 , Prague's new shopping centre, the Vinohradský Pavilon, opened its gates to its first visitors. Vinohradska 50, Prague 2

Shopping Centre Centrum Babylon  
It is spread out on the area of 4500 sqm and is drawn like town in town. Underneath glass roof you can find&nbs Kosicka 6, Liberec

Slovansky Dum Shopping Center  
THE shopping and entertainment center in Prague, right at Na Prikope, the main shopping street. The best selection of boutiques and restaurants in the center. Na Prikope 22, Prague 1