The jewellery on glittery Pařížská is staggering. Begin with Czech-German luxury jeweller Lia Halada, specialising in spring-bright gemstones in delicate, custom-crafted settings. The brand has a penchant for creating exceptional shapes that flatter the hand and neck.
Browse Antikvariat Pařížská’s wide selection of framed and unframed artworks, vintage maps, rare Czechoslovakian stamps and antique tomes. This is the ideal location to pick up quirky souvenirs and trinkets for friends and family-especially those who love originality and a touch of nostalgia.
Improve your poolside manner with playful, retro-glam swimwear from Agent Provocateur; whether you prefer a bikini or a one-piece your sure to turn heads this season.
Stop off for a light lunch at Barock (number 24), a polished bistro with a pavement view, where even the sorbet comes with a wine recommendation. Try the trio of tartares, an upscale take on the Czech tatarský biftek
The district hosts numerous fine watchmakers. At Carollinum a wide range of timepieces are available under one roof including Patek Philippe, Cartier and Panerai. The store is a famous among local watch aficionados.
Some of Pařížská’s most exclusive boutiques are simply known by number. Pařížská 13 stocks appliquéd Miu Miu clutches and electric-hued footwear by Tods
Continue on to Pařížská 18, an inviting boutique where Mediterranean style – Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Etro and Sergio Rossi – converges in the heart of Prague
Simple Concept Store is inspired by the Colette boutique in Paris. The collection of edgy labels such as Chloé and Rick Owens is bolstered by Diptyque candles, design books and a storefront Taittinger Champagne bar
Stylish couples should invest in some Alberto Guardiani footwear for the new season. The store is a vision in marble and glass with comfortable leather seating.
Unwind with a saffron gimlet cocktail at Bugsy’s Bar (number 10) where Prague’s finest mixologists pour top-shelf libations in elegant surroundings. Stay for a drink or two while you take in the relaxed atmosphere.
Housed in a landmark Art Nouveau building, Pravda Brasserie’s contrasting minimalist interior draws attention to its sophisticated fare. We recommend the traditional Czech goulash and warm apple strudel.
Pařížská Street is the perfect portal into Prague’s Old Jewish Quarter. Take a detour at Maiselova to explore this enchanting area.