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The top five department stores on Václavské náměstí

Prague’s best department stores offer everything from designer fashion and beauty to home accessories and gourmet ingredients. A visit to these one-stop shops in the heart of the city on Václavské náměstí (Wenceslas square) should be at the top of any visitor’s to-do list

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Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer enjoys a reputation as one of the world’s most trusted brands, catering to the whole family with a wide range of high-quality fashion, beauty and homeware. The store’s fashion collection has a range tailored to every taste; the trend-led Autograph line provides a wearable take on catwalk looks, while its Indigo collection caters for more casual dressers. Don’t leave without exploring the vast food hall; offering an array of tempting delights the hall stocks everything from unusual gourmet condiments to indulgent homemade ice cream.

Marks & Spencer, Václavské náměstí 36, 110 00 Prague, +420 224 237503



Dominating one corner of the square, Debenhams department store is home to an array of own-label fashion as well as a selection of highly sought-after concessions and the renowned Designers at Debenhams range, which offers collaborations with Matthew Williamson, Jasper Conran and Julien Macdonald. The store is spread across three floors: the ground floor has cosmetics, footwear and accessories; the first is home to women’s fashion; while the top floor offers clothing for men and children, alongside a toy department that is sure to delight younger visitors.

Debenhams, Václavské náměstí 21, 110 00 Prague, +420 221 015057



C&A specialises in translating catwalk trends for everyday life, offering wearable, trend-led pieces that nod to the more avant-garde ensembles seen at fashion weeks worldwide. The company is known for its consistent high quality, seen across its diverse fashion ranges; Yessica caters to the fashion-conscious crowd with its inherent femininity and bold looks, while Yessica Pure offers a more office-appropriate edge with clean lines and strong cuts. Anyone looking for suitable clothing for the modern gentleman should take time to explore the Westbury range, characterised by its timeless elegance and intricate detailing.

C&A, Václavské náměstí 33, 110 00 Prague, +420 222 811311


Dům Módy

Don’t miss this multi-brand department store. Despite its unassuming exterior, the space is home to an array of concessions spanning everything from womenswear and menswear to designer perfume by a range of international and native brands. The store boasts a 40-year heritage and a team of expert staff on hand to guide visitors through the extensive product selection. Expect to find pieces by Lagerfeld, Calvin Klein, Basler, Trussardi Jeans and Betty Barclay among the selection.

Dům Módy, Václavské náměstí 58, 110 00 Prague, +420 234 101218


Bílá Labuť

Bílá Labuť department store, just off Václavské náměstí, is an imposing presence thanks to its five-storey height and distinctive silvery-grey glass façade. Inside, the store is equally impressive, offering an extensive range of products to suit every need, from family fashion to high-end accessories and home furnishings. After exploring the vast array of items on offer, head to the top floor to relax in the on-site restaurant or, if short of time, to pick up a smoothie at the popular juice bar.

Bílá Labuť, Na Poříčí 23, 111 29 Prague, +420 222 320227



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