Before you kick off your retail assault, start your day with a little history. The memorabilia-packed Museum of Communism (number 10) offers a survey of the country’s Eastern Bloc era
Peek at the neo-Renaissance/Art Nouveau-style walkway suspended over Nekázanka that connects buildings by Czech architect Polívka
Shoe shopping has never been so momentous: casual-chic Ecco is housed in a remarkable Belle Époque building. Invest in stunning sandals to wear with 70's-inspired maxidresses and round-framed sunglasses.
Moser’s exquisite Bohemian glass and porcelain creations are on display at its Prague showroom, a prestigious space with signature crystal chandeliers
Kottner on Havirska is the place to buy that life-changing engagement ring. The store also stocks designs by Damiani in addition to their own creations.
Treat your little treasures to a great selection of gifts from Sparkys. Opt for either Harry Potter toys, puzzles, board games or something more cute and cuddly for younger children.
Stroll the smart shops of the Myslbek Gallery, among them Calvin Klein and Gant. The passage links Na Prikope with Ovocny trh, Prague's historic fruit market.
Choose from styles by super-luxe labels Chanel, Gucci, Prada and a host of other designer sunglasses at Eiffel optic.
Venture into Slovanský dům, another of Prague’s shopping arcades, and make time for lunch at Millhouse Sushi (number 22). The conveyor-belt style service is a treat.
Gentlemen will love the functional-yet-stylish casualwear at Geox in Slovansky Dum
Dušák features watches from Omega, Piaget and Bulgari, as well as ALO diamonds, a Czech brand favoured by Brad Pitt
Get a sun-kissed, seaside look from Korres, the well known Greek purveyor of homeopathic skincare goodies.
At the west end of Na Příkopě veer toward Obecní dům, Prague’s Municipal House, at Náměstí Republiky 5. Sip cocktails at the glamorous Americký Bar, the city’s oldest, and dine at the Francouzská Restaurant
Linger at Obecni dům (note the Mucha murals) and attend one of the nightly concerts