Prague isn’t new to the second-hand culture. Locals support this idea because they don’t see any point in spending lots of money for the fast-fashion brands. Besides, it’s beneficial to environmentalism. There’re plenty of vintage stores available across the city. However, it’s difficult to find something which will be trendy and won’t look awkward at the same time. Here’s the list of the new-wave second-hand stores which became famous through Instagram with their unique style. Žižkovská Hrabárna Husitská 23, 130 00 Praha 3-Žižkov Mon-Fri: 12:30-18:30 Sat-Sun: closed This is a small second-hand store in the Žižkov district. This is a good option for the vintage sports style: huge hoodies, loose pants, bright jackets (like the ones our parents used toRead more.

By the author of Prague Superguide, Míra Valeš Coming to Prague or any Czech town for that matter, you could wonder where to buy some local souvenir for yourself or as a present for family or friends back home. And here it becomes little complicated! If you stick to the very centre of Prague, you may end up thinking Czechs love babushkas, Russian wooden dolls, or they are incredibly fond of crystal toys. But frankly, we are not! These are not local souvenirs, nor they are popular among the locals and you will almost never find them in local’s homes. I swear! So where to get something genuinely local? Here are few spots which offer some goodies you might want to get back from your Prague stay: Botas 66Read more.