The excitement has been building up and now you're here in Prague, Czech Republic. What do you do first?! Prague is a very old city with a rich history to explore. Along with exploring the famous attractions, you must buy some souvenirs for you in Prague.
Many shopping venues are located around the historic buildings of the city. Prague is home to many shopping malls, with the Palladium being the most lauded. The shopping centres are typically opened around 9 a.m. and close around 8 or 9 p.m.
On your visit to Prague, some of the malls you may wish to visit would be the Vinorahdsky Pavilion which is recently renovated. This mini-mall is for home fixtures like your interior furnishings, wall art decor, rugs and the like. Although you may not be in the market for these items during your visit to Prague, you will become inspired by the artisan products.
Another "must shop stop" is the Palladium. It is a mall that encompasses close to 200 shops that span five stories of real estate space. Everyone is bound to find something new to bring back home.
After your shopping, grab a bite to eat with a historical twist. Visit Prague's Jewish Quarter, Castle District, or New Town where there are a couple of "must eat here" stops along the way.