Prague once was home to many open markets and Market Halls. Today, there are only a few. There is one in Havelská Market on Melantrichova and another arcaded venture at the Lucerna Palace. There is also the market stall at Vinohradský Pavilon. It is only one of three now remaining in Prague. The designer was Antonín Turek. He finished construction of the Neo-Renaissance building in 1902. The building, an airy glass, steel and structure, opened under the name Vinohrady Market Hall. Renovations in 1994 and 2007 turned it into a modern shopping area.
The Vinohradský Pavilon is a combination of the old and the new type of market places. It offers basic services like laundry and key cutting. There is a UNICEF shop and some higher end shops and services such as Gift Wrapping and wine cellars. There is a café and a supermarket in the basement. In all, you will find 60 shops, cafes, boutiques and other services to fulfill your needs.
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