Prague is an ancient city that has seen several phases and rulers. Right from the Bohemian times to the Nazis, Velvet Revolution; the city has seen everything that has touched Europe. For many visitors Prague features the most beautiful skyline in Europe. Located along the banks of the Vltava River, there are numerous romantic settings where visitors can spend time with their loved ones. A walk across the Charles Bridge and a boat ride in the Vltava River is highly recommended. \r\n The Prague Castle is one of the main landmarks in the city. It is composed of a complex of buildings sitting on a hilltop. The winding cobblestone streets in the Old City take visitors back to the medieval times. On the western bank of the Vltava River is the Lesser Town which is one of the most impressive settings of Prague. There are several museums in Prague that are worth visiting. The best museums to visit in the city include the Czech National Museum, Mucha Museum, Prague City Museum, Czech Museum of Fine Arts, etc. \r\n Prague offers an exciting shopping scenario. The streets in the Old Town are rigged with several shops. The Havelske Market is an excellent place for shopping for handicrafts. There are several shopping centers around the Wenceslas Square. Some good shopping malls in the city include Palladium, Palac Flora, OC Chodov, etc....more

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Prague is an ancient city that has seen several phases and rulers. Right from the Bohemian times to the Nazis, Velvet Revolution; the city has seen everything that has touched Europe. For many visitors Prague features the most beautiful skyline in Europe. Located along the banks of the Vltava River, there are numerous romantic settings where visitors can spend time with their loved ones. A walk across the Charles Bridge and a boat ride in the Vltava River is highly recommended.

The Prague Castle is one of the main landmarks in the city. It is composed of a complex of buildings sitting on a hilltop. The winding cobblestone streets in the Old City take visitors back to the medieval times. On the western bank of the Vltava River is the Lesser Town which is one of the most impressive settings of Prague. There are several museums in Prague that are worth visiting. The best museums to visit in the city include the Czech National Museum, Mucha Museum, Prague City Museum, Czech Museum of Fine Arts, etc.

Prague offers an exciting shopping scenario. The streets in the Old Town are rigged with several shops. The Havelske Market is an excellent place for shopping for handicrafts. There are several shopping centers around the Wenceslas Square. Some good shopping malls in the city include Palladium, Palac Flora, OC Chodov, etc.

Nearby Airports

Prague is served by the Vaclav Havel Airport Prague, the airport is located about 20Km from the city center and it takes about 30 minutes to reach the airport. From the airport visitors can take airport buses, shuttle, taxis or private cars. Buses ideally cost from 32 CZK to 40 CZK depending on the bus taken. Taxis to the city center ideally cost 650 to 850 CZK.

Halal Restaurants

Some excellent Halal restaurants can also be found in the city. Chez Amis at Spálená 15, Praha 1 is a fantastic spot for Arabic food for good value. Other popular Halal restaurants in Prague include Istanbul Kebab at Politických vězňů 933/17, Piccadilly Halal Fast food at Opletalová 22, Hallal Restaurant at Růžová 10, Hanedan at Jindřišská 20 and Khankhala Indian Restaurant on the top floor of Palladium shopping center, Namesti Republiky. Other places where visitors can find Halal food in Prague include Mailsi Restaurant, Casablanca Gyros Pizza, El Emir, Himalaya Restaurant, etc.


Prague is home to a sizable Muslim population. The city is home to two mosques: The Islamic Centre of Prague at Blatská 1491 and the Mosque in Prague City Center, at 14 Politických vězňů Street, Praha 1. The Islamic Center of Prague is the more prominent mosque and sees a good community, with Juma Khutba starting at 1:00. The mosque in Prague City Center is a prayer area in a large building and can be easily found. 

Things to Do and See in Prague

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  • Every Story Has A Beginning. Here are 7 Historical Places You Should Visit in 2019!

    History surrounds us, whether you're walking down the street, sitting in a cafe or relaxing at home. It can be identified and traced for almost every object. There are many iconic places around the world that are identified by their rich history that still stands amongst us in the present day. This article will explore 7 historical cities you should visit in 2019. Check Out More Halal Travel Blogs 1) Luxor, Egypt We begin with the land of the Pyramids, Om al-dunya (Mother of the world) and the Breadbasket of the Empire. Egypt is generally a treasure cove when it comes to history. From the Pyramids in Giza, to the Hellenistic influences in Alexandria and the Ottoman remnants in the daily lives of their locals. Luxor is often overshadowed by the Capital and Resort towns but for history lovers, Luxor holds an untouched candour. The town's scenery is free of skyscrapers. The Nile and Temple's pillars stand in a way that can transport you away from modern city life. The city is divided by the river, leaving the East side as the lively side and the West side as the dead side. Considered as the oldest city in Egypt, it's no suprise that history surrounds the street. The Luxor Temple and extensions to Karnak Temple are always linked back to the days of Ramsis the 3rd, the Pharoah of Musa (pbuh). Historical Places to Visit: Luxor Temple Valley of the Kings- Tutenkhamun's Tomb Valley of the Queens Karnak Temple Medinet Habu Colossi of Memon 2) Rome, Italy An obvious choice as Rome is an open air museum. When in Rome do as the Romans do. Rome as a city and an expression of life, reminds us how roman lives were like in the early centuries. From the way the roads are structured to the city centre and plazas. A casual bus ride through the city will show you an immense amount of relics, including the Colosseum and fountain of Trevi. The era of Renaissance(rebirth) aimed to link itself back to the prosperity and dominance of the Romans, hence the structures that are in Hellenistic design. It creates a neat circle of history repeating itself. Historical Places to Visit: Castel Sant Angelo Colosseum Trevi Fountain Sistine Chapel The Vatican (though it is technically a separate city) Piazza Novana St Peters Basilica Roman Forum 3) Istanbul, Turkey Where East meets West, Istanbul cannot be compared to any other city in the world. Its unique position globally, historically and socially have made it a beautiful city that's rich in history. Formally known as Constantinople, Istanbul was the capital when the Roman empire split, evolving the city into the Byzantine Empire. After centuries of conflict, the Islamic Caliphate took over and gained access to Eastern Europe. Islamic history is the most prevalent in this destination, with huge, majestic mosques and museums dedicated to sharing Turkey's islamic past. Historical Places to Visit: Topkapi palace Hagia Sophia Sultan Ahmed mosque Grand Bazaar Basilica Cistern Sulemaniye Mosque Dolmabahce palace Galata tower 4) Prague, Czech Republic Prague is a picturesque beautiful city with immense amount of uphills and downhills. This city gives us a cleaner version of what the Bohemian middle ages may have looked like. The cobbled pavements take you back into the past with every step. The sight of houses with wooden panels will make you believe that you're living in a fairytale. Prague was rich in the aspects astrology and religion and the Old Town Square is a reminder of this. An interesting fact about Prague as a city is that is often used to film historical movies and tv shows due to its intact landscape. Historical Places to Visit: Astronomical clock Old town Square Prague Castel St Charles Bridge St Vitus Church Jewish Quarter Wencaslas square 5) Jerusalem - Palestine The holy city is a beautiful culmination of the three monotheistic religion. A truly religious city with Monks, Orthodox Jews and Muslims walking past each other in almost identical modesty and submission to God. This city has undergone immense changes but the old areas will transport you back to the Middle ages. The hilly landscape and forted Walls built by Suleiman the Magnificent shelter a historical haven away from cars and modern buildings. The Al Aqsa complex is not only a place of pilgrimage for Muslims but its serenity and the lack of change show us the steadfastness of Islam throughout the years.  This city is a perfect destination to explore the history of the three religions that majority of the locals practice. Historical Places to Visit:  Ethiopian Church Dome of the Rock Al-Aqsa mosque Old city Western Wall Mount of olives Church of the holy Sepulchre Damuscus Gate 6)Edinburgh, Scotland The capital of Scotland is not only known for the helpful character of the locals but also the history that graces the city. The Edinburgh castle reflects the development of forts and castles as the centuries progressed. With intact architectures displaying the Renaissance and Jacobean eras, Edinburgh is an important state for Scotland because it represents the history of the country's rebellion and cohesion. The rocky roads, gothic buildings and old-fashioned specialist shops truly give a sense of Victorian culture. The city itself holds a historic charm with its bridges, road structures and neoclassical architecture. Hike up Arthur’s seat for a view of the whole city and its sweeping natural scenery. Historical Places to Visit: Arthurs Seat Edinburgh Castle Old Town Holyrood Castle National Museum of Scotland Princes Street 7) Delhi, India India itself is a country drowning in history, so the capital is a good place to start. The Old Delhi holds the beautiful Mughal Red Fort where you can wonder around and imagine being part of the imperial household. Not far from the Red Fort lies Chandni Chowk, a colorful market selling everything from dried fruit to silver jewellery, allowing a historical market experience. This city’s history is heavily intertwined with Hindu and Mughal identities. Visit the intricately lavish Akshardham which shows the artisanal beauty and skillmanship of Hindu artisans. There is an immense list of temples and complexes that are worth a visit because of their unique and beautiful historical influences. A recent culmination of this would be the Lotus Temple which was opened in 1986 and is open to visitors of all religions. Historical Places to Visit: Red Fort Akshardham Qutb Minar complex Laxminarayan Temple Rashtrapati Bhavan Lotus Temple Humayun’s Tomb Get more inspirations for your 2019 trips  ...

  • It's Time To Welcome 2019! Here Are 17 Destinations For Your New Year Celebrations!

    If you haven’t already gotten into planning mode, now is the perfect time. As December dawns, you must be wondering where to spend the New Year’s Eve. We have curated a list of 17 destinations that comprises of the most popular, attractive and liveliest of places around the world for you to welcome 2019! 10 Muslim-friendly destinations to visit in 2019 The U.S.A. When you hear about a New Year celebration in the USA, the first thing that pops up in your mind must be the iconic Miley Cyrus song. Eventhough America is known for their wild parties, we’re giving you a list of places that won’t make you feel terrible the next morning. Here are the best places to go on New Year's Eve in the USA. 1) San Francisco Surprised to see this on the list? Besides the regular fireworks displays, San Francisco is made up of very multi-cultural and ethnic backgrounds. It would be an eye-opening experience when you to wander around the different neighbourhoods and have the option to celebrate New Year's whichever way you like. 2) Chicago Most of their top hotels have special New Year’s Eve packages. You can also opt for a dinner cruise on Lake Michigan. Even though it might be very expensive, it is one of the best ways to watch the firework displays. 3) Orlando If you’re travelling with your family, what better place to spend New Year’s Eve than at the wonderful Disneyland Florida?! They have some of the best New Year’s Eve celebrations with Disney characters that starts at 8pm. You know your kids will love you for giving them the celebration of their lifetime! It is ranges from parades, performances and pageants galore! 4) New York City Well, You knew this would be on the list, didn’t you? Well, how could it not?! Possibly the most vibrant place in the world during New Year's Eve! This is where you can witness the iconic ball drop at the New York Times Square together with thousands of others. Need we say more? Europe Tour Here are the best places to spend New Year’s in Europe! 5) Barcelona, Spain Besides the usual revelry, you can ring in the New Year in a more traditional way – Spanish style, that is. In Plaça d’Espanya, the celebrations are centred around the Magic Fountain that looks incredible on a normal day, let alone when it is dressed up for a special event. Be prepared for a spectacular light show with music and special effects. 6) Rome, Italy First, pinch yourself because the beauty of Italy will make you feel like you're in a fairytale dream. You will find yourself staring at historical monuments that were built thousands of years ago. Second, have a feel of its rich history by having a ‘cenone’, which is a big dinner that you can have at a restaurant or at a friend’s house. That’s how the Italian tradition of ringing in the New Year begins. Then, head to the biggest celebration in town at the Piazza del Popolo. Take your own fireworks if you can get your hands on some and have a blast– it’s all in the experience! Of course, the city does put on its own professional display as well. 7) Venice, Italy What you can’t find in Rome are the plentiful Gondolas floating on the rivers that make Venice what it is. Imagine spending a peaceful night on a gondola by yourself or with a loved one, hidden in the fog, waiting for the light from the fireworks to cut through it. You can also join the huge crowd in Piazza San Marco as you count down the seconds until 2019 arrives. 8) Prague, Czech Republic Prague is a very popular city, to say the least. Imagine starting your New Year in such a magical place. Such a picturesque old town deserves some celebration. There is no specific place where everyone would gather so take a walk around and decide which part you want to revel in. Charles Bridge offers the best vantage point for the firework display set against castles and the river. 9) Paris, France Looking for a more romantic destination to spend your New Year’s Eve? Nothing beats Paris! With the Eiffel Tower as your backdrop, your photos will look as though it was straight out of a movie. If you desire for something even more romantic than watching the fireworks by the Eiffel Tower, you can bring your partner to a luxurious dinner at one of the few high-class muslim-friendly restaurants in town as you welcome the new year. Off the Beaten Path If big celebrations and crowded cities are not what you are looking for, fly off to the less travelled destinations and have a more unconventional New Year’s Eve. These are the more relaxing destinations for New Year's: 10) Iceland You can alway end the year without any fireworks if you want. An alternative would be heading north in Iceland to watch the Northern Lights, Aurora Borealis. What's a better light display than a stunning natural one? 11) The Caribbean If just the thought of cold weather makes you shudder, and you can’t quite make up your mind on where you want to go, why not take a cruise to The Caribbean? If money is not a problem, you can go island-hopping and experience different food and cultures. At the end of the night, or should I say the year, you can just chill in the sand while enjoying the breeze. 12) Tasmania Known for their incredible rustic beauty, Tasmania is the perfect place to hike around if you’re an adventure junkie and want to start your New Year fit. If you need a hit of adrenalin as well, you can go white water rafting on the Franklin River. Best Places to Travel in 2019 Want to ring in the New Year right? According to experts, these are some of the top destinations to visit in 2019, so why not get a head start on them? 13) Dubai A whole category in itself, Dubai is iconic in its firework displays. It's New Year’s Eve show has constantly been one the most spectacular ones in the world for a few years now. Crowds gather from many hours ahead to watch the Burj Khalifa light show and fireworks, but if you don’t want to get caught in the stampede, the beach is the best option. Have dinner at any one of the malls or restaurants nearby before heading to the beach, or pack up a little picnic to keep yourselves full. The weather in December can be a bit chilly by the seaside – even though you’re close to the desert – so bundle up a bit. The firework display that is visible from the beach may not be the Burj Khalifa display, but Atlantis and The Palm put up some breath-taking shows as well. 14) Copenhagen, Denmark Copenhagen has always been a tourist spot but the city is constantly developing. 2019 is definitely a great year to travel to this state now that more attractions are available. In addition to the perfect balance between their old and new architecture, the growing food industry gives you a solid reason to visit Copenhagen. 15) Shenzhen, China Picture: The Independent Everyone knows how popular China is as a tourist destination. Shenzhen is said to be the Silicon Valley of this famous country, with its immense new technology. Besides its technological rise, it has also developed its arts scene in line with the likes of London. You might be happy to know that it has a wide range of new cafes and spots to hang out as well. 16) Mexico City, Mexico A country steeped in their history and culture makes for a beautiful city architecturally. Mexico City won the award for The World Design Capital in 2018 – a nod to the way centuries-old buildings worked so well with modern structures. 17) Zadar, Croatia On the coast of Croatia lies a city that has taken its horrific past and used it to turn into the strong cosmopolitan city it is today. The ancient Roman ruins and buildings are reminders of what was, while its biggest attraction – the waterfront promenade – is a representation of what can be. As the locals gather at the promenade, be drawn into the culture of this small city. If you didn’t have any exciting plans for the New Year’s Eve, we hope this list inspired you to get moving now. If you take us up on any of our suggestions, or even if you decide to do something completely different, do tell us about your travel adventures via our HalalTrip App!  HAPPY NEW YEARS EVERYONE! Get inspirations for your 2019 vacations...

  • 8 Best Destinations for Your Graduation Trip

    From the moment you throw your hat into the air, there is a sense of freedom. Between the time that you graduate till whenever life starts up again is space for you to be more you – by doing things you didn’t have the time for in the recent months or even years – and space to get out of your comfort zone, experiment, and surprise yourself by doing things you never thought you would. Why not? It’s time to live a little. If you have a travel itch from having worked yourself too hard or spent too long doing the same things, we have just the list for you: on where to travel after graduating from college. There are cheap and exciting travel destinations for your post-grad adventure, and a little something for everyone, we hope! Credit -   1) Peru  If you’re looking for a little culture, adventure, history, and a good workout, trekking the trail of Machu Pichu in Peru is the place for you. Of course, Machu Picchu itself is incredible and should be on your bucket list, but the hike there is worth a mention too. The best time to go is between May and September, and it takes you through the jungle, ruins, and beautiful mountain scenery. Make no mistake, the hike you’ll be taking is mountainous, so you will have to have some level of fitness to be on it. Peru also allows you to participate in projects for however long or short of a time you are there for. So take the opportunity to give back to the world by helping build water tanks to improve access to drinkable water. Your small effort goes a long way! Even if it is South America, Peru is a great graduation trip idea.   2) Australia  Want to go Down Under? Australia has fabulous sites to see, not to mention great deep sea diving to view their marine life, as well as giving you the chance to see a great white shark up close and personal. Don’t worry, your chances of getting eaten are slim as you will be caged while the shark swims free. It’s enough to say that this sport is for adrenalin junkies because it takes some guts to be so close to one of the world’s scariest predators. Who knows, you might just surprise yourself by trying it out and having one of the best post-graduation trips. The best feeling comes from giving back – to people and to this amazing earth – so lend a hand in preserving the nature you see and let it last longer for much more to enjoy.   3) India  The months before graduation are generally stressful and hectic, and all you want to do is get away and have a relaxing holiday. If you’re looking for places to go after high school graduation – or college – India is a great option. Not only is this graduation trip idea cheap, but there is so much to experience there. It is also one of the best graduation trips for families as there’s nothing like good company to make a trip more fun. From delicious street food (most places are vegetarian) to visiting the Taj Mahal – a Wonder of the World has to be on everyone’s bucket list – shopping for incredibly gorgeous ethnic wear, and even visiting schools in rural villages to remind yourself what a blessing your life is; this is one place that strikes a lot of chords.   4) Dubai  A tourism capital of the Middle East, Dubai is the perfect place to shop, eat, and experience a whole bunch of things in just one city – the perfect place for high school graduation vacation ideas. It is definitely the most Halal-friendly graduation trip on this list. There is no need to double check about restaurants being Halal as you can take the fact that you are in a Muslim country for granted. Despite being in the Middle East, the multicultural population assures incredibly diverse food that stays true to its origins, so you can eat your way around the world without breaking the bank in terms of travel. Not only does Dubai boast the tallest building in the world (Burj Khalifa), the only 7-star hotel in the world (Burj Al Arab), the biggest mall (Dubai Mall), and more, but they also host brands from across the globe which makes shopping extremely easy. From skiing in the day to a desert safari that same night, bungee jumping, paragliding, stomach-dropping rides at Wild Wadi Water Park, your high school graduation trip will definitely have a jam-packed schedule.   5) Kenya The Maasai Mara is the most popular safari in Africa, and rightly so. Bordering Tanzania, Maasai Mara National Reserve is home to the Big Five. Also known as safari royalty, the African lion, the African leopard, the African elephant, the Cape buffalo, and the black or white rhino are generally the most sought-after animals to see. It is the best place to see lions in their natural habitat and to feel like one with the world. Migration period takes place between July and October where you can see hordes of wildebeest, zebra and antelope crossing the Mara River. Adjacent to the Maasai Mara Reserve is Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Much larger than Maasai Mara, it feels less crowded and is also perfect to spot lions and cheetah in action. The Great Migration here happens from November to June, when herds of zebra and wildebeest come together to graze, mate, and give birth. This trip will certainly go down as adventure student travel, and to see the animals in their natural habitat is a truly humbling experience.   6) Nepal  When it comes to affordable graduation trips, Nepal is a safe bet. It might not seem like the country has much to offer, but hiking to the base of Mount Everest is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Climbing the mountain is a task that you may or may not want to attempt one day, but the hike to the base is not to be missed. Meeting the people on the way, immersing yourself in culture and taking in the breath-taking sights is something to write home about. And after all that, when you are back in civilisation, volunteer at an orphanage and spend time with the children. Going that extra mile makes for an extra special graduation trip. The hike is best done from March to May and September to November when monsoon season has not set in.   7) Prague  A great high school graduation trip idea is the quaint city of Prague in the Czech Republic. It has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1992 as it is steeped in history which is very evident in the ancient well-kept building. The architecture is part of the reason that Prague is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and there is such a charm present in the city that you have to see it at least once in your life. History buffs will delight in roaming the streets and soaking in the sights, the skyline and the culture present. It is home to Prague Castle, the Royal Palace, the intricately detailed St Vitus Cathedral, the Astronomical Clock that still works to date, and so much more to be explored.   8) Greece  Images of picturesque towns on hills by the coast, surrounded by the bluest seas come to mind. Rhodes Town in Greece is home to historic sites and modern luxuries. Split into Old Town and New Town – you guessed it – the Old Town contains medieval castles, Roman ruins, a maze of ancient streets and a cathedral present under the Byzantine rule. The New Town releases one from the olden charm to trendy boutiques and bistros and of course, the beach. Greek cuisine sports some delicious dishes, but don’t hesitate to ask how it was prepared – whether it contains alcohol or anything you should be concerned about – and when in doubt, always stick to seafood and vegetarian options. There is fresh seafood available as it is a coastal area.     With so many places to go, take your pick and book your tickets. Your adventure awaits!   ...

  • From Ornate castles to Medieval Old Towns - The Top 6 Reasons to Visit the Czech Republic

    Why visit the Czech Republic? The answer to the question has so many answers behind it. Simply put, no matter what type of holiday experience you are looking for, a trip to this country is guaranteed to make your holiday dreams come true. Through this article HalalTrip will aim to look at some of the top reasons as to why do people go to the Czech Republic and thereby help Muslim travelers find some good reasons to visit the Czech Republic.   1) Home to 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Being home to UNESCO World Heritage Sites is a very popular reason as to why do people go to the Czech Republic on holiday. Although one of the more smaller nations of Europe, the Czech Republic features an amazing twelve sites which have gained UNESCO world heritage status. Some of the top attractions in the Czech Republic include the Historic Centre of Prague, Holašovice Historic Village, and Litomyšl Castle, among many others.   2) There's Something for Everyone You will find that there are numerous top reasons to visit the Czech Republic which appeals in different ways to different travelers. No matter what type of holiday experience you are looking for, there are so many things to do in The Czech Republic, every moment you spend in the country will be full of excitement. From shopping in The Czech Republic to going on an adventurous ski trip, the overall experience is unmatched to anything you have ever been a part of.   3) Experience Being a Royal As you visit the Czech Republic you would most certainly not want to miss out on the chance of getting the sense of what it is like to be a royal. The country is the proud home to a large number of majestic castles and chateaus like the Zbiroh Castle which are open to the public. Take a tour and feel the luxury and elegance of the life of a royal!   4) Explore Hidden Worlds Beneath Caves Among the must-visit places in the Czech Republic there are numerous caves which look like something out of the movies. This is because they are actual sites which are used to film real Hollywood movies. Taking a tour of the Punkva Caves or Macocha Abyssto explore the hidden worlds behind these caves create the adventure of a lifetime.   5. Tantalize Your Tastebuds with Czech Cuisine Everything about the Czech Republic seems exotic and adventurous. The same unique flavor applies to its cuisine as well. Since you will be spending much of your time in the capital city of Prague which features most of the top attractions in the Czech Republic, there are some very good restaurants serving Halal food in the Czech Republic which you can try out. Pork is a common ingredient in most dishes, so make sure you visit trusted Halal restaurants.   6) A Great Vacation Spot for the Muslim Traveler Owing to the sizeable population of Muslims in the Czech Republic, especially in the capital city of Prague, there are two of the most famous mosques in The Czech Republic located in the city limits itself. One of these mosques is situated in the heart of the city at the Prague City Center so you can take part in religious observances with ease during your travels.     If you are planning your next Muslim-friendly tour, click here for more travel tips     ...

  • For the Fervent Shopper - 5 of the Best Places to Shop in Prague

    Shopping in Prague is one thing you definitely do not want to miss out on when you visit the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic. If you are a huge fan of shopping we suggest you prepare yourself to be swept off your feet by the paradise like shopping malls in Prague. Whether you are looking for elite designer labels or even cheap shopping options in Prague, you will not be disappointed by the many options available in this city. HalalTrip has put together 5 of the best places to shop in Prague to give you an idea of where you should go to fulfil all your shopping needs.     Where to Go Shopping In Prague 1. Palladium Shopping Center - The one-stop-shop for all your shopping need Credit: Wikimedia Commons   This massive mall located in the Republic square is one of the most popular places many tourists and locals choose to carry out their shopping in Prague. For those of you who are not too sure what to buy in Prague and want to window-shop until you find something that catches your eye, this mall would be the best place to start. Centrally located, this mall features stores offering day-to-day services as well as stores featuring branded merchandise.   2. Shakespeare and Sons - A book lover’s paradise Credit: Wikipedia   Shopping in Prague could be a special treat for book lovers as well. Located right in the middle of the city is the famous bookstore, Shakespeare and Sons. This store proudly houses a rich collection of books from around the world and has something for every traveler. It is also a great place for you to grab some books which will help you learn more about Czech culture and history.   3. Kotva Shopping Center - The ideal place to grab some budget friendly deals Credit: Kotva Shopping Center website   Yet another leading shopping mall located in the city, this shopping centre is a great place for you to check out as it is a popular place known for having items ranging from Muslim-friendly modest clothes to electronics and many more, all at bargain prices.   4. Pařížská or Paris Street – Home to the finest brands   A shopping guide to Prague will tell you that you have entered into one of the most fashionable cities in the world. Staying true to this reputation you will be able to indulge in the luxurious fashion experience in Pařížská or Paris Street where high-end branded goods are available.   5. Miscellaneous Stops - To make on the way Credit: Wikimedia Commons   The shopping street in Prague is also full of eye-catching stores which sell original Czech souvenirs and hand-crafted items. These trinkets are great items for you to take back with you to remember the great time you had while in Prague, the great shopping paradise.      Important Notes for the Muslim Traveler While shopping in Prague you would definitely want to take a break and recharge from all the hustle and bustle. Most of the major shopping malls feature food courts serving all sorts of food options where you would be able to locate eateries serving Halal food in Prague. Furthermore it would be helpful to note that the Prague City Center has its own mosque for prayer facilities in Prague.      Click here for a complete Muslim-friendly guide to Prague   ...

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