Shopping in Gay PRAGUE 2021

From retro soviet-era clothing to the hippest designer jeans, Prague is a great place to find authentic and unique items.

Prague Old Town Shopping

Every time you turn a corner in the old town you will find a store, market or stall.

Van Graaf Prague

Van Graaf is one of Prague’s finest departments stores with 5 floors of shopping and fashion.

From avant garde design boutiques to high rise department stores, there’s a shop with your name on it in Prague! Follow our recommendations and you will find some of the most authentic and unique stores in Prague.

Take time to stroll through the old town and check out the many specialised shops, fashion boutiques, specialty food and drink emporiums and hip street-wear shops. Find hidden treasure in some of the old antique stores and don’t be afraid to rummage to find what you are looking for; some of those one-off soviet-era pieces can look great back at home.

Those seeing a more laid back shopping experience should head to  Van Graff opened in 2010 in the former historical building of Praha Palace. It offers 5 floors of shopping featuring designer labels, restaurants and cosmetics, right in the heart of Prague’s Wenceslas Square, Its sister store, Peek & Cloppenburg, is also worth a visit just located a little off the city centre.

Parizska Street is possibly the most elegant and fashionable street in Prague. Running off Old Town Square along by Jewish Prague to the river this beautiful tree-liined street boasts the very best quality shopping and dining available in the city. Here you will find the worlds most exclusive brands like Alfred Dunhill, Louis Vuitton, Hermes Paris, Rolex, Gucci and many many more

Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action

Hotel U Prince,    Boutique Hotel Seven Days,    Hotel Rott,    Perla Hotel.

Metropol Hotel Prague

Josef Sloboda

Josef Sloboda creates hand made men’s clothing with a unique look!

Prague Design – Mens Fasion

One of the hottest Prague fashion designers, Josef Sloboda, has two stores in the city. His ready-to-wear collection is available in his store on Rytířská 11, 11000 Prague. His unique quality designs are made in the Czech Republic by hand insuring quality over quantity, and are made with only the finest materials.


Botanicus is like stepping back through time with gorgeous displays and delightful merchandise.

Looking Good – Cosmetics

Prague’s answer to the Body Shop, Botanicus has a beautiful store located in the old town shopping enclave of Ungelt. All of the products, creams, oils and elixirs are displayed in an old-world style, in keeping with the location. Everything is produced in the nearby village of Ostra. Check out the Dead Sea mud soap!

Artel Deisng Shop takes a different approach to the traditional Bohemian Crystal - and we like it!

Artel Deisng Shop takes a different approach to the traditional Bohemian Crystal – and we like it!

Crystal Glass – with a twist

Its hard to escape Glass in Prague. Don’t settle for the usual tourist offering, head to the Artel Design Shop, for Bohemian glass with a difference. The store updates traditional crystal designs with modern colors and shapes. Highlights include the asymmetrical “Glacier” bowl by the American designer David Wiseman, and ’60s-style “Mod” Champagne flutes.

Futurista Prague

Futurista Prague, where you just might discover the next must-have designer piece!

Unique Designs – Prague Style

Find some unusual souvenirs at Futurista, a boutique featuring work from local designers. T-shirts bear crude expressions in Czech and anti-Communist slogans, while the Czech designer Maxim Velcovsky’s white ceramic “Republica” bowl is shaped like the Czech Republic itself.

Futurista Universum, opened in May 2009 in the very heart of Prague, has created a new platform for presenting existing and future work by the most significant Czech designers, both renowned and those of the next generation.

Botas 66 Prague

Looking to wear something no one else will have back home – head to Botas 66!

History – On your feet!

Botas has been producing sport footwear for more than sixty years but only in 2008 it ventured into the field of lifestyle and designer goods. The idea to redesign and upgrade a bit old-fashioned sneakers was born in heads of two art students. Originally a school project, got Botas owners so excited, that they decided to put new sneakers in twelve different colorways into production. Botas 66 has them all! Every year Botas 66 releases a new collection of Classic, RUN, MID and Urban styles in varied colors.

DOX Prague

Dox Prague is seen as a model for stores looking to showcase local creativity in an engaging environment.

Eclectic Design – all under one roof

DOX by Qubus design has become an international phenomenon. This gallery offers glassware, porcelain, lighting, seating furniture, interior design objects, and the works of the best Czech designers Aside from timeless Czech Design objects, such as mechanical pencils by Versatil, and Merkur construction sets, half of the Design Shop is dedicated to international art, architecture and design, the first of its kind in the Czech Republic.

Denim Heads Store Prague

The Denim Heads store is party fashion house part art gallery!

Designer denim with a difference

Denim Heads company was founded for a simple reason: there was not a high quality denim available denim on the market. As half of the world’s population wears a pair of jeans every day. It is obviously the same in the Czech rep. and their aim is to offer most challenging garments possible. You can visit us in a shop in a heart of Old Prague, Rámová 3.

Recommended Hotels in Prague

We suggest staying in Prague Old Town. Hotels rooms can be quite small and book out early, so plan in advance. A taxi to the gay bars is less than EUR 10. Most of the city can be covered on foot.

U Prince
5 Star – Large Rooms.

Hotel U Prince

Situated right on Old Town Square opposite the Astronomical Clock, the uniquely styled hotel U Prince is housed in a completely renovated 12th-century building with magnificent views

Boutique 7 Days
4 Star – Luxury Rooms

Boutique Hotel Seven Days

Set in a 19th-century building in the heritage-protected area, Boutique Hotel Seven Days is 200 m away from Prague National Museum. The restaurant features a winter garden.

Hotel Rott
4 Star – Great Location

Hotel Rott

Hotel Rott is centrally situated on the historical Malé Naměstí (Little Square), next to the famous Old Town Square. It offers elegant, air-conditioned rooms and a modern restaurantFree WiFi

Perla Hotel
4 Star – Modern Rooms

Perla Hotel

This modern 4-star design hotel in the centre of Prague is just steps away from Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square. It offers free Wi-Fi and a 24-hour fitness room.

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