You may want to go shopping for high-end brands; in this case you should head to Pařížská Street. However, if you are more in the market for original, unusual, cool and interesting fashion, you may like the boutiques nestled in one of the oldest parts of Prague. Even some Praguers have no clue that the Czech fashion designers area is in a couple of old streets behind the Old Town Square. While the tourist crowds watch the astronomical clock, you as the savvy traveler browse through hats, knitted dress, original bags, brooches, jewelry and more, getting fashion advice directly from the designers while chatting with them. Small hidden cafes, bistros and bars are a bonus to your fashion hunting tour, as well as the smallest house in Prague. Once you see the house you will be able to guess what used to be its purpose, as we will be walking through the (original) red light district of Prague.
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