Online Shopping in the Czech Republic

In today’s world, online shopping continues to grow in popularity. We can easily look for the products (and even food) we need on the internet without going through a lot of frustration and so avoid the queues. Which retail websites you can shop your products while living in the Czech Republic?


1. General online shopping websites:

  • Amazon

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Officially founded in 1996, Amazon has become the go-to online retailer for almost anything of many people all over the world. If you’re a fan of Amazon products, from books, toys, clothes, and shoes to food, furniture, and other household items, we have good news for you: does ship the products to the Czech Republic! You can enjoy the shopping online with Amazon easily and quickly from your home.

  • Alza

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Alza is known as an e-commerce store operating in the Czech Republic and many countries around the world. You can find a variety of products on from electronics to household, beauty and health and even sports and outdoor products. With many good deals published every day, you can find your favorite items at a good price. So, if you’re busy with work, or simply want to take advantage of some holiday deals, could be a good choice!

  • Mall

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You might have heard about, where you can find almost everything you need! They’re proud to have the widest selection of products in stock, so you don’t need to worry about waiting days for your products. With, you can buy clothes, electronics, sports equipment, toys and computers, mobile phones and many more! Want to discover by yourself? Visit their website and experience a services 😊


2. Food delivery:

  • Dáme jídlo

Dáme jídlo - práce, kariéra v Brno, Liberec, Olomouc ...

If you’re living in the Czech Republic, you might catch some people with a big red backpack and the logo “Dáme jídlo”. Have you ever wondered what’s the brand and what’re they doing? I know what you’re thinking and you’re correct! They’re delivering food. So if you’re busy and hungry at the same time, they can be your saver. Download at App Store and Google Play to experience services.

  • Wolt


Don’t know what to eat tonight? And not in the mood of getting out of the house? Why don’t you come to and see what they’re offering? Maybe they can make you feel hungry with some pizza or Mexican cuisine. is a food delivery app where you can choose your food or drink, and it will be in your hand in 30 minutes. Get the Apple-awarded Wolt app and choose from 5,000+ restaurants in 40+ cities around Europe, including Prague and Brno of the Czech Republic!

  • Uber eats

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Uber is familiar to you, but what’s about Uber Eats? Have you ever heard of them? Uber Eats is the easy way to get the food you love delivered. Unfortunately, they only have the service in Prague at the moment. However, they’re expending, and soon to be in more cities of the Czech Republic. So, if you’re not leaving in Prague, just note it down for the future!

  • Nesnězeno


Nesnezeno is not a food delivering app but a food saving! As many restaurants have food left every day, you can find a way to eat well and save the food before it ends up wasted with a good discount. You save not only money but also the environment with this app! Try it today 😉


3. Groceries online websites:

  • Tesco

You might shop or hear about Tesco already. If you’re satisfied with the products and food quality of Tesco, and you don’t have time to visit the store, you can make an order online and receive the products at your door. They’re shipping from 8 to 22 every day. And don’t worry about the food products, because they check the quality of every purchase before delivering.

  • Rohlik

There’s another website where you can buy your home groceries from daily fresh fruits/ vegetables to meats and many more! Rohlik website is in Czech, so for non-Czech speaking people, take this advantage and improve your vocabulary while shopping 😉


4. Pharmacy items:



Dr. Max has many stores open in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland. They offer a large range of products for health, skincare, and supplement with good deals. Many products have discounted price on the E-shop, and you can rarely buy it at that price at the store. Why don’t buy it online to save your money and time?


5. Delivery service:

  • DoDo

DoDo is an innovative startup that has been operating successfully since December 2015. What should you do if you want a cake for a birthday party, drop off some laundry, to pick up an order from an e-shop or safely deliver a package but don’t have time? Don’t worry, you can contact Dodo 😊 They have their service only in Prague now, so if you leave in Prague, check it out!


6. Electronics devices:

  • | Dotekomá

Founded in 1998, is the second largest specialist computer and electronics retailer on the Czech market. They have more than 70 branches in the Czech Republic and their number continues to grow. Many good deals can be found on their website so you can easily order the products you like with good price!


7. Furniture:

  • Ikea

Ikea is a brand that almost everybody would know about. Founded in Sweden in 1943, Ikea sells ready-to-assemble furniture, kitchen appliances and home accessories, among other useful goods for your home! Don’t worry if you want to decorate your new home in the Czech Republic, because you can simply order Ikea products online 🙂

However, what if you don’t have a car big enough to transport your items safely, or want to have everything ready when you arrive to your new apartment? We provide furnishing and furniture assembly service for your home. Check it out and enjoy your brand new home prepared for you by us!

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26 thoughts on “Online Shopping in the Czech Republic

  1. Hi Huyen,

    Great to read your blog post, I am looking for online fashion, beauty and lifestyle retailers in Czech Republic.

    Do you know the best online stores to buy this type of product?

    Best regards,

    1. Hi Fabian

      on behalf of Huyen: Thank you very much for your comment!

      as for your question: a list of some online retailers operating in the Czech Republic is available here, for example. Hope this halps 🙂

      Kind regards,


  2. Hi
    Sorry how can i buy flowers Via online in Czech Republic.
    And I really need the amount


    1. Hi Parker,
      I’m a bit confused about what you’re asking. Depends on what kinds of flowers you’re talking? Do you mean cut flowers? Or potted plants? Also depends on where in Czechia you are.
      There are some delivery services in Czechia for sure, for example here: or here You just need to google flower delivery Czech Republic.

      Hope this helps!


  3. Any idea where I can go to complain if I purchased goods online from a Czech company which never arrived and the company refuses to issue a refund?

    1. Hi Kiaora!
      According to the law, you should be able to get a refund if you never received the goods! I would send them another email and ask for a refund and tell them that you’ll give them a bad review if they don’t start communicating with you. It might be a good idea to get a Czech friend to write an “official-looking” letter that would request the refund from the company.

      Did you pay with your card or through PayPal? If the eshop never gets back to you, you can ask your bank for a refund instead. It might take a couple weeks, but it usually works.
      If you transferred the money via bank transfer, it might be more difficult. If they don’t give you the money or the goods, you’d need to sue them.

      Hope this helps!

    1. Hi! Depends on what you want to buy :). There are many Czech shops that have their websites in English, including bookstores and toy stores. Let me know if you need more specific advice.


  4. Hello,

    Are there any Toys shops or sports equipments shops where we can pay by Sodexo Flexi vouchers or card?
    whether online or in-store.

  5. Hi, I want to purchase a book from a website (they have a small store) but they don’t ship internationally. Do you know any online buying service or forwarder that can buy and ship the book to me?

    1. Hi Leah,
      I recommend – they ship to Czechia and shipping is free :).


    1. Hi David,
      I’m sure there are online vouchers in many online stores in Czechia. If you’re after a particular one and can’t find it on their website, just contact their customer line and I’m sure they’ll help you.


  6. great blog , wanted to ask if i buy from outside of CZ (like england or Germany) from online
    or even amazon . what are the tax ? how do you pay them ? thanks

    1. Hi Jana,
      You shouldn’t have to pay anything extra if you order something within the EU, so I recommend using German Amazon to order stuff.
      The UK is tricky, because that’s not an EU country so you have to pay the tax. Same for the US. You pay the tax if the cost of the item (including shipping) is more than a certain number. You should be able to google those numbers.

      Hope this helps!

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