This modern shopping mall was built on the defunct site of one of the city's most famous factories. In just a few minutes' metro ride from Old Town or Malá Strana, you can find many items cheaper than in western Europe or the States. Here, the British retail hypermarket Tesco now draws Czechs by the thousands. On the three levels of surrounding concourses, international jeans shops stand shoulder to shoulder with fashion and cosmetic boutiques like Zara, Marella, and Body Basics. Shoe shops include the homegrown post-Communist return of Bata (originally launched last century in Moravia), and the German favorite Salamander. Entertainment offerings include a multiplex cinema screening international films dubbed or subtitled in Czech, plus arcade games, billiards, cafes, and fast-food and full-menu restaurants. Open daily 9am to 9pm (shops), 7am to midnight (Tesco), 11am to 11pm (restaurants and entertainment).
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