|The Marks & Spencer on Wenceslas Square in Prague is the UK retailer's largest department store in the Czech Republic. It covers 2,500m2 spread over several floors.|
Marks & Spencer is a leading retailer of clothing, homeware, beauty products and food. The stores are growing in popularity in the Czech Republic, where it is perceived as a fairly high-class brand.
The shop attracts many Czechs, but tourists and expats make up a sizeable proportion of visitors who seek out the famous M&S clothing lines, such as the lingerie section.
Marks & Spencer stocks extensive collections of Ladieswear and Menswear, ranging from every day clothing to the latest fashion items.
There are also sections for Cards, Gifts and Beauty products.
The Food Hall on the top floor stocks all the food and drink a tourist would need for a weekend visit to Prague, including fresh, chilled and frozen food, and tins, jars, bottles and packets covering all the basic necessities plus life's little luxuries.
The selection includes fresh meat and fish, fruit and vegetables, curries, pasta sauces, sandwiches, cereals, soups, biscuits, snacks, teas and coffees, plus a range of international wines and Champagnes. You simply cannot find many of these products in other shops in Prague.
Also on the top floor is a Bakery and a Café. In addition to hot and cold drinks, the café offers simple meals and salads.
The other Marks & Spencer in Prague's city centre is located within the Palladium Shopping Centre at Republic Square.
Weekend visitors to Prague staying in apartments and hotels on Wenceslas Square should find all the last minute items they need in either Marks & Spencer or at Desirred Department Store and Albert Supermarket located across the square.