Farmers’ Markets and Flea Markets in Prague

If browsing and rummaging through crates full of treasures at flea markets is your passion, the Prague Markets are made for you! Be sure to go to the Vltava embankment on a Saturday and go home with treasures you grandmother may stack in her attic. Farmers’ markets are becoming increasingly popular in Prague. A pot of organic honey or elderberry jam make a good souvenirs to take home.

Every December, Old Town Square transforms itself into an atmospheric Christmas market with twinkling lights, a stable with real animals, mulled wine and lots of huts selling Christmas presents. Havelske Market in the centre is a fruit and vegetable market with many stands selling souvenirs at the same price as in the shops. For the real flea market experience, you go to Kolbenova flea market a true collectors’ paradise. If you are in dire need of knuckle dusters or balaclavas spend a morning or afternoon at the Prague Market in the Holesovice area.

Flea Markets in Central Prague

Be sure to go to one of the many flea markets in Prague, because no matter how many you visit, each time you are bound to find exclusive gems. Rummage through piles of cd's, vinyls, retro fashion and knick-knacks. Prague flea markets are the ideal place to bargain for...

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Havelske Market

When strolling through the Old Town district in Prague, sooner or later you will end up at Havelske Market because it is on the tourist trail. It is the oldest market in Prague and Tourists Guides rave about it. This market is exactly what you expect it to be:...

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Kolbenova Flea Market

Kolbenova Flea Market

Hidden off the beaten track, Kolbenova flea market in Prague is a collectors' paradise. Communist artefacts, furniture, clothes, CDs. and lots more at prices everyone can afford. Put on your walking shoes as the market is the largest flea market in the Czechia and...

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Farmers’ Markets for Locals and Tourists

Farmers’ Markets for Locals and Tourists

Farmers' Markets are becoming increasingly more popular now that the Czechs have become more healthy-food minded. Almost every neighbourhood in Prague has its own Farmers' Market. These markets abound in seasonal and often ecological produce and products from free...

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Prague Christmas Markets Perfect Winter Escape

Prague Christmas Markets Perfect Winter Escape

Prague Christmas markets are held in the city centre and in the suburbs from late November to early January. Main Christmas markets in the centre are at Old Town Square, Republiky (Republic) square and Wenceslas Square. Smaller markets, mainly local affairs, are...

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Manifesto Food Court for Foodies, Beer and Wine Lovers

Manifesto Food Court for Foodies, Beer and Wine Lovers

Manifesto is a pop-up food court on wasteland earmarked for development between Florenc bus station and Masarykovo train station close to the centre of Prague. Twenty-seven sea containers have been transformed into street food stalls, designer boutiques, book shops...

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Sapa Market for Exotic Food and Shopping

Sapa Market for Exotic Food and Shopping

Sapa Market means exotic food and shopping! No need to go to Vietnam to taste Asian food. Simply go to Prague, hop on the bus and go to the Sapa Market. Shop to your heart's content and pay wholesale prices. Eat bun ca, a fish soup so delicious that you will order a...

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Italian Food Hall in Prague

Italian Food Hall in Prague

The Italian Food Hall in Prague brims with Italian cheeses, salamis, tomatoes, fresh herbs, wine and much more. You need to be a little adventurous to find 'Little Italy in Prague' because this food hall is not in the tourist centre but in the Smíchov district. This...

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Prague Market or Holesovice Market Past and Present

Prague Market or Holesovice Market Past and Present

Prague Market, also known as Holesovice Market, is huge! You will find here an abundance of stalls laden with food and clothing. If you are in dire need of balaclavas, knuckledusters or woolen gloves, the Prague Market in the Holesovice district is your place. Shoes,...

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Flea Markets in Central Prague

Be sure to go to one of the many flea markets in Prague, because no matter how many you visit, each time you are bound to find exclusive gems. Rummage through piles of cd's, vinyls, retro fashion and knick-knacks. Prague flea markets are the ideal place to bargain for...

read more

Havelske Market

When strolling through the Old Town district in Prague, sooner or later you will end up at Havelske Market because it is on the tourist trail. It is the oldest market in Prague and Tourists Guides rave about it. This market is exactly what you expect it to be:...

read more
Kolbenova Flea Market

Kolbenova Flea Market

Hidden off the beaten track, Kolbenova flea market in Prague is a collectors' paradise. Communist artefacts, furniture, clothes, CDs. and lots more at prices everyone can afford. Put on your walking shoes as the market is the largest flea market in the Czechia and...

read more
Farmers’ Markets for Locals and Tourists

Farmers’ Markets for Locals and Tourists

Farmers' Markets are becoming increasingly more popular now that the Czechs have become more healthy-food minded. Almost every neighbourhood in Prague has its own Farmers' Market. These markets abound in seasonal and often ecological produce and products from free...

read more

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