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Running from the Old Town Square and through the Jewish Quarter is Parizska Street, a beautiful avenue lined with gorgeous Art Nouveau residences, posh cafés and exclusive outlets. Luxury watches, jewellery and clothing can all be found behind its elegant shopfronts.
Created as part of the Jewish Quarter’s redevelopment in the 19th and 20th centuries, Parizska gets its name from Paris; with the boulevard’s style and sophistication, it’s easy to see why. For the fashion lover this is an unmissable stop, and Prague offers a Tax-Free shopping initiative for international visitors.
Apart from high-end boutiques, Parizska is also home to many shops selling traditional Czech porcelain and Bohemian glassware. Hotels and fine restaurants are also found here: but remember this is one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world, with rates to match!
Take a walk down Parizska's cobbled avenue and get a taste of bourgeois living. Even if designer couture and Fabergé eggs are not your thing, the street’s beauty and ambience make for a delightful stroll through the Czech capital.
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