The Luxor bookshop (Palác knih Luxor) in Prague is the country's biggest Czech and foreign language bookstore. It occupies 4 floors in the heart of Wenceslas Square
The majority of the store has literature printed in the Czech language, with departments that include fiction, children's literature and school text books, technical literature, music, and local art and crafts - this stock prints of Czech artists such as Alfons Mucha as well.
Luxor has a large section dedicated to Czech and International travel guides and maps, and also a number of unique geographic books on the formation of the earth and the planets.
For current affairs there is a wide choice of magazines and newspapers, plus calendars, birthday cards and stationary.
Many of the periodicals and travel guides are available in foreign languages too, including in English, French, Spanish, German and Russian. Customers can also order books from abroad, which makes the shop popular for teachers and students studying English and other languages.
For tourists in Prague looking for a novel, Luxor stocks a range of fiction in English and in other languages. And the children's department has books in English too.
Luxor also offers internet services and a non-smoking café.