The intricate (and witty) designs printed on T-shirts, tote bags, notebooks and accessories at Pragtique are the perfect antidote to Old Town Square’s cheesy slogans and same-old Russian dolls. Rest assured this small design boutique puts money straight in the pockets of the local creatives behind their superlative souvenirs.
When compiling a list of the many things that Prague is famous for, shopping might not immediately spring to mind. Boisterous bars and the best beer in Europe? Absolutely. Gorgeous architecture, beloved attractions and quirky history? Oh, there’s no shortage of all that. Bubbling under the surface of grand buildings and church spires is an underrated collection of designer stores, independent creators and fun shops that will have you spending your kuna in no time.
The Czech capital doesn’t necessarily have a central shopping district, that just isn’t how things are done here. Instead, the best places to go shopping in Prague are dotted all over the place, in the form of pop-up shops and outdoor markets. There are some seriously cool souvenirs to be found, so get that metro ticket sorted and indulge in a little retail therapy.
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