Obchodní centrum Letňany, also known as OC Letňany is a shopping mall located in the Letňany district of Prague, Czech Republic. With 130 shops and an area of 125,000 square meters (1,350,000 sq ft), it is the largest shopping center in the Czech Republic. The complex was described by The Prague Post in 2001 as "one of the best malls in the city". According to OC Letňany's marketing manager, over 10 million customers visited the shopping center in 2008.
OC Letňany became the largest shopping center in the Czech Republic in 2006, when its third phase of construction increased its area from 65,000 square meters (700,000 sq ft) to 125,000 square meters (1,350,000 sq ft).
One of the principal stores at OC Letňany is Tesco, which opened on the site in 1999. The store was remodelled in 2014, with its floor space decreasing from 11,000 to 8,000 square meters, owing to a new division between clothing and other products.
A Cinema City multiplex cinema, a babysitting service, and 2 indoor ice rinks, open throughout the year, are also located within the mall. Letnany's food court features a wide variety of international options including Thai, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Chinese, Indian, French and Czech cuisine. In 2011, plans were announced for a McDonald's as well as a car dealership to be added to the mall's facilities.
The center is served by a free bus service from the Letňany metro station on Prague Metro's Line C. Prior to the line C extension in 2008, the center was served with regular buses from the Nádraží Holešovice metro station. Bus stop Tupolevova is also located in close proximity to the mall, with local bus services.