Start at the top of the square and explore one of Prague’s old-guard department stores, Dům Mody, which offers a great range of evening dresses, jewellery and hair accessories.
Find your perfect slip-on or sandal at shoemaker Carlo Pazolini a few stores away. This Milanese label is distinguished for blending comfort and style in its designs.
Break for a gelato from the window at Half-and-Half (number 51) or, for a more substantial snack, try Zemark Lahůdky (number 42) for traditional Czech open sandwiches
The ravishing red garnet has been mined in the Czech Republic for centuries. Choose from pendants, chokers, dainty earrings and other baubles at Bohemia Jewelry
At number 21 is the newest outpost of one of Prague’s top dining destinations, Kogo-Duplex, serving Italian cuisine. Head to the chic rooftop terrace for lunch with a view
Prime yourself for summer at Yves Rocher, Sephora or Prague’s first MAC Cosmetics store, located at the very foot of the square. Pick some of its vibrant eye shadow pots for a glamorous evening look.
Pietro Filipi is a Czech brand with an Italian-sounding name that makes good on its promise of sophisticated pieces with modern flair.
Breeze into Tonak for a shading summer hat. The flagship store of the Czech milliner is a haven of wide-brimmed straw styles alongside a range of smart panamas.
Miss Bijoux showcases another side of the Czech jewellery-making tradition – costume jewellery. The shop’s tasteful glass-beaded creations allow a luxe look for less. Invest in azure blue and yellow pieces to complement summer looks.
Cap off your day with a performance at the Prague State Opera. Its grand rococo auditorium is one of Europe’s finest