If you are planning on going shopping before departing from Prague airport, you can choose to visit the duty-free shops in the transit area. Nevertheless, shops and services at the airport are traditionally oriented to everyday duty-free products such as perfumes, alcoholic beverages, luxury branded clothing, watches, and traditional Czech souvenirs and delicacies. If you want a more comprehensive range of goods selling at better prices, you can easily visit shopping centres near Prague Airport.

New Premium Stores at Premium Outlet Prague Airport

The Premium Outlet Prague Airport is unique in its interior architecture, and visitors can feel like they are walking in the streets of old Prague. It currently offers over 70 shops and over 200 brands across 20,000 m2. Shops offer goods at outlet prices that are 30 to 70% lower than regular distributors so that you can buy handbags, shoes, clothing, or accessories for a few bucks. Vaclav Havel Airport is less than a five-minute drive away. Prague’s city centre can be reached in 25 minutes. Public transport from the A metro stations Bořislavka and Veleslavín leads towards the outlet centre. There are brands such as Karl Lagerfeld, Gant, Guess, Bogner, Palmers, Barker Shoes, Barbour, Burberry, Luca Bertelli, La Martina, Yad, Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana, Ermenegildo Zegna, Desigual, Nike, Adidas, Trussardi, Gant, Jacob Cohen, Delsey, Gucci, Hamleys, Pepe Jeans, Blažek, Triumph, Versace and many more. These include Marina Militare, Frankie Morello, Corso Roma, Imperial and Harmont & Blaine.

Don’t like long shopping hours? Being pushed around in the crowd and waiting for the cabins? Do you want comfortable shopping, space, and a pleasant, air-conditioned, unique environment?

The Outlet Center has not yet been greatly popularized among shoppers, giving you the advantage of no crowds and pleasant shopping. At the same time, however, not all business areas are occupied, and some prices in some stores may not include significant discounts. The range of goods is not as extensive as, for example, in the competing Fashion Arena outlet, which is located at the other end of Prague.

You will also find various cafés and small restaurants in this spacious modern centre where you can relax before departure.

The centre is open daily from 10.00 – 21.00 hours.


By bus number 312 from Bořislavka from metro line A or by bus number 322 from Veleslavín from metro line A. You can also use line numbers 322 and 319 directly from the airport

By car:

Arriving from Pilsen: D7 – use exit 2, take the “Nákupní zóna” exit at the roundabout.

Arriving from Brno: D1 – use exit D0 direction Airport, D7 – use exit 2, take the “Nákupní zóna” exit at the roundabout.


A permanent taxi service is available in front of the Premium Outlet Prague Airport. You can order a taxi directly at the Info Center.


Parking is free of charge. There are 2400 car parking spaces and ten bus parking spaces available.

Website: www.popairport.cz

Šestka Shopping Center

A relatively new and novel project was born on the outskirts of Prague, near the Ruzyně Airport, and its name is the Šestka shopping centre. It is trendy among visitors from Prague’s suburbs.

The good thing about Šestka is the range of shops you can find. For sports and leisure, you can find goods in stores such as Adidas, Envy, Drapa, Umbro and many more. The electronics sale is mainly made by Datart store, but you can also find a Comfor computers store. As usual in shopping centres, most shops are those with fashion and fashion accessories. The most significant are Kenvelo, Lacoste, Takko Fashion, Oliver, Levi’s, New Yorker, and Orsay. The centre also houses the Corial and Aurum jewellery stores. There are Baťa and Humanic shoes. Mimi and Mimi or Pompo Maxi are children’s stores. Many restaurants and cafes provide refreshments, such as the Golden Eagle, Segafredo, Caffé Pizzeria Vinice and the Asian restaurant, all of which can be found at the food court.

The Šestka shopping centre will surely not disappoint with its relatively good service, range of services offered, and interesting architectural style that is not only special from the outside but also from the inside. The Šestka shopping centre is not crowded and is easy to shop in.

The most used transportation to Šestka is public transport lines 100, 119, 179, and 225 – stop K Letišti. Moreover, every half hour, there is a bus from Dejvická to the Šestka shopping centre, which is free of charge. It is no problem to get to Šestka by car. A simple map should guide you. Parking is provided directly on the shopping centre roof, and 360 indoor and 770 outdoor parking spaces are available. Barriers or parking machines do not guard the entrance to the car park, so it is often sought after by local people who are planning to save on parking during their holiday. Just come and go at any time of the day. The airport can be reached by public transportation in 17 minutes.

Šestka shopping centre opening hours are daily from 09:00 to 21:00, and the hypermarket is open from 09:00 to 22:00.

Website: www.ocsestka.cz