Municipal House Prague
Municipal House
April 26, 2017
Prague spires
Prague spires
May 25, 2017


Palladium Prague- the biggest shopping centre in the Prague centre

Palladium Prague was built on a site of the former “Jiří z Poděbrad” Barracks on Republiky Square. The Barracks had been under the army’s ownership for more than two hundred years (1780s — 1996). There were many famous Czech personalities within the army crew, for example J.K. Tyl who wrote lyrics to a Czech national anthem. The complex became dilapidated in the second half of the 20th century as the facilities were not used very much. While occupied by the army, the complex was completely closed to the public.

In the end of 20th century, the Ministry of Defence decided that the site should serve a more useful purpose. A tender had been announced for property sale, its reconstruction and extension. It was a renown developer European Property Development (“EPD”), that won a tender. And in May 2005, construction works had started. In 25 October 2007, Palladium Prague was open for public. Since then Palladium Prague has become a remarkable landmark of the city center and one of the most popular shopping destination in Prague.

PALLADIUM is not just a shopping center. Especially due to the history and the distinctive character of the site it is a remarkable landmark in the heart of Prague. The  architectural concept was aimed at sensitively blending a historic building with new elements. As a result,  to form a unique combination which makes a special experience out of shopping. Taking its cue from the rich musical and historical heritage of the site, the theme is one of Czech art and history. Visitors can both admire the archeological foundations which have been sensitively incorporated into the modern mall architecture, and experience masterpieces of Czech contemporary art displayed in common areas as well.



1How to get to Palladium?
* UNDERGROUND Line B Station: Náměstí Republiky ----------------------------------------- * TRAM 6, 8, 15, 26, 91, 94, 96 Station: Náměstí Republiky ----------------------------------------- * BUS 207, H1, 905, 907, 909, 911 Station: Náměstí Republiky ----------------------------------------- * CAR More than 900 parking spaces over three underground floors Car access and exit – Revoluční GPS: 50°5’23.000”N, 14°25’40.600”E
2Is there a Tax Free Shopping in Palladium?
YES! Tax Free Shopping is a service for tourists whose residence is not in the EU. They can ask for a submission of VAT refund form while making their purchases as long as they meet the following conditions: the buyer´s residence has to be located outside of the EU the minimum purchase from one merchant in one day is 2,001 CZK the buyer gets a Tax Free form, which has to be filled in properly these goods have to be exported within 3 months, from the end of the month in which they were purchased when exporting goods (going across the EU border) the properly filled in form has to be stamped by the customs authority it is necessary to submit a filled in and stamped form together with the original receipt at the Refund Office to get the VAT refunded
October 19, 2018


Týn Yard (Týnský dvůr) – Ungelt Prague One of the most important historical sites in Prague, this block of buildings, probably built in the 11th century, was originally a fortified merchants’ yard, where customs duties – ungelt – were collected. The most important building here is the Granovský Palace with its arcaded loggia, one of Prague’s best preserved Renaissance treasures with beautiful sgraffito, and murals that depict scenes from the Bible and from Greek mythology. The oldest name of the area between the churches of St. James (Jakub) and Virgin Mary before Týn is Týn or Týn Yard. The word týn means an enclosure, a fenced area, the former word otýniti used to mean to enclose. It originated from the Celtic word dunum – a hillfort, a fenced area, a fence; from Germanic tuna, German Zaun, English town. It was a fenced merchant yard, which according to archaeological research from the 1980s-90s originated in the 12thcentury. […]
September 6, 2018

Vrtbovská Garden Prague

A beautiful Baroque garden One of the most important and most beautiful Baroque gardens created thanks to the ingenuity of František Maximilian Kaňka. The area, situated on an irregular slope that would normally house a smaller garden, the originality of the architectural solution, and the artistic and historical value of the decoration come together to create a space that ranks easily among the best in Europe. The garden is part of the Vrtbovský Palace no. 373/III. This city Italian-style palace garden is a gem among baroque gardens in the whole of Central Europe. Established on the site of the former vineyards around 1720 at Vrtbovský Palace. The owner Jan Josef Earl of Vrtba entrusted the building of the garden on Petřín hill slope to the architect František Maxmilián Kaňka. With its area of approximately 3,000 m2 it is one of the smaller historic gardens, nevertheless […]
August 5, 2018
Prague top 10

Prague top 10 architecture monuments

Prague is renowned for its towers, winding streets and buildings from nearly every period of architecture – from Romanesque rotundas and Gothic cathedrals to Baroque and Renaissance palaces, to progressive and global award-winning modern architecture. TOP 10 Architecture Jewels of Prague 1 Prague Castle – Pražský hrad Prague is magical at night #prague #czech #czechrepublic #architecture #unlimitedcities #cities #archilovers #travel #historic #history #architecturelovers #praguearchitecture  #praguecastle #czechia #czigers #igprague #praguestagram #pragueigers #igerscz  #archilovers #traveler #traveling #prag #praga A post shared by DISCOVER PRAGUE! (@prague_navigator) on Jun 17, 2016 at 12:04pm PDT Prague Castle has been an important symbol of the Czech state for over a millennium. It was founded in the 9th century and became the seat of Czech rulers and presidents. The castle complex, one of the largest in the world, is made up of historical palaces, offices, churches, fortifications, gardens and picturesque spots, such as the famous Golden Lane. The very sight of it is truly one of the most spectacular panoramas […]
August 3, 2018
museum of senses

Museum of Senses

Museum of Senses When was the last time that you experienced something for the first time? Welcome to the Museum of Senses Prague! A unique adventure that will challenge your senses, even those you never knew you had! A museum where nothing around you is as it seems. Are you ready? The MUSEUM of SENSES is home to an experience that will awaken your senses and inspire you to discover more and, therefore,  to feel more. Live an unimaginable experience in a world of sensations and mind-blowing optical illusions and test your senses at an extraordinary museum. A place as fun as it is educational, as amazing as it is enigmatic, and as crazy as it is rational. An Adventure of the Senses Let yourself go during an experience full of challenges for your body and your mind. You will […]
July 25, 2018

Fragranza Perfume Gallery

Fragranza Perfume Gallery The Fragranza Perfume Gallery is a unique store concept with a Dermalogica skin bar in the heart of Prague. At Fragranza Perfume Gallery we offer many premium and niche perfumes, luxury cosmetics and skin care items. Daily discounts on products of up to 50%! We offer 5 ml and 10 ml perfume testers of the luxury perfume brands Chanel, Dior, Lancome, Kenzo, Chloe, Hermés and many more from 7 euro, including a bottle. Skin Diagnosis and 10 minutes FACE FIT for free. Come and let yourself be pampered. Open Mon – Fri: 10:00 – 20:00, Sat 10:00 – 15:00  
July 24, 2018
Little porcelain houses

Little Porcelain Houses

Little Porcelain Houses The poetry of architecture of historic Prague burnt into porcelain. Traditional handmade products made of porcelain and featuring houses in Prague and other notable structures in miniature & the ceramic artwork of Czech masters. True porcelain replicas of houses give you the chance to have a piece of the charm of old Prague even in your home. Our products are intended for collectors and discerning clients with a feel for the genius loci of the old streets of Prague. We look forward to your visit. From Facebook´s reviews: Bruno Buongiorno – ” I bought some of your miniatures at least 20 years ago. They’re always in exposition at my house. They are always beautiful like then. Now that I’ve found your website I guess I’ll enrich my collection.:-)” Abhishek Pai – ” Hello:). Just wanted to thank you. Enjoyed […]
July 24, 2018
Pleasure of perfumes


Discover the sense of natural perfumes and natural interior scents. World of the fairies and the Celtic creatures. In the heart of Prague – the mystery of alchemy of natural perfumes can be a great experience for You. Close to the place, where the Italian family had the manufactory of the perfumes and the cosmetic during the historic times of the emperor Rudolf II, who supported alchemy and astrology and invited that times many of important astrologists of whole Europe, you may try your own sense for the natural aromas. Come and enjoy the creation of natural perfumes or try to create your own one to vegetable oil. The natural ingredients ONLY are guaranteed. Open: Tue-Sat 13:00 -19:00, Sun 16:00 – 20:00 (specially in winter)  
July 11, 2018

Prague Castle – what to see there

At Prague Castle you can visit Old Royal Palace The Story of the Prague Castle St. George’s Basilica The Treasury of St. Vitus Cathedral Golden Lane The Picture Gallery at Prague Castle Powder Tower – Mihulka (temporarily closed) St. Vitus Cathedral Rosenberg Palace Great South Tower of the Cathedral In summer season you can also see Royal Garden The South Gardens Stag Moat Old Royal Palace The original residence building, mostly wooden, was built at Prague Castle already at the turn of the 9th and 10th century. Its exact location is not documented. It was prince Soběslav in the 12th century who had a stone Romanesque palace built right next to a new fortification wall. Remains of it have been preserved in the underground till the present times. The palace was adjoined on its eastern side by All Saints’ Chapel, which was […]
June 17, 2018

The South Gardens of Prague Castle with a stunning view of Prague centre

The South Gardens of Prague Castle  were established beneath Prague Castle. The last renovation in 2012 restored their original appearance from 1920’s when they were renovated for the first Czechoslovak president T. G. Masaryk by well-known Slovenian architect Josip Plečnik. The South Gardens are nearly 500 metres long and in the summer tourist season, it is possible to enter them from Opyš near the eastern gate or via the Bull Staircase from the Third Courtyard. The west gate between Hradčany Square (Hradčanské náměstí) and the South Gardens is for exit only. The South Gardens are comprised of three smaller gardens: Paradise Garden The garden is situated on the spot of the oldest garden in front of the southern wall of the Castle, where a private garden of Archduke Ferdinand used to be in the fifties of the 16th century. Similarly, the emperor Rudolf II also had his […]
May 22, 2018

“Obyčejný svět” Restaurant

We invite you to a pleasant restaurant in the center of Prague near the Charles Bridge, with a wide selection of Czech beer, a rotary beer with specialties from small family breweries. We also offer a large selection of Belgian beers.Wine menu will also delight you.We must miss the offer of excellent burgers and othes specialties from our menu. From  reviews: “Beautiful pub, tasty food, lots of beers, nice service“: It is bit hidden behind the charles bridge. In the subbasement located very beutiful and well decorated pub. Nice bar selection and big amount of draft beers as well as lots of imported bottle beers. We had amazing hamburger feom wild bear meat – really special tasty and Angus blue cheese hamburger was nice too. The bar tender was very lovely and friendly person. Not expensive for its location.

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