Prague’s busiest and most touristy road leading from Old Town Square to the Gothic Charles Bridge is full of the same shops selling the same stuff. The trick is to be careful. If you want to take home with you traditional Czech goods, you should look further away from these stores (although the overabundance you will see of glassware, crystal, and garnets are in fact, Czech). Steer clear from the shops selling Slavic goods unless you want to take home some colorful Russian nesting dolls or furry Communist style hats; if it is not one thing, it is the other as the majority of the other shops sell cheap goods from China with Prague motifs slapped on them. If cheesy souvenirs happen to be your cup of tea then you will be happy in the main tourist sections of Prague.
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Address: The Royal Way starts at the Gothic Powder Tower and continues through Old Town Square to Charles Bridge, Praha 1.
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