Outdoor Markets

The wonderful outdoor market; there is something special about buying fresh fruits, vegetables, homemade goods and toys from local vendors in their outdoor stalls. The city of Prague has two permanent main outdoor shopping markets, and plenty of weekly or semi-weekly farmers markets or flea markets to enjoy in warmer weather, but during Easter and Christmas, the number of outdoor markets in Prague soars to an entirely new height. Major squares feature wooden stalls filled with goodies, souvenirs, some homemade goods, and mulled wine; the markets become places where locals and tourists gather together in the spirit of the season and in the spirit of spending.

  • Prague Castle Christmas Market Prague Castle Christmas Market

    From the end of November 2016 till the beginning of January 2017, the Prague Castle livens up with a lovely holiday atmosphere. The historical complex of the Prague Castle, covering an unbelievably large area, is officially one of the world's largest castle complex, yet you will find there a Christmas market which is located in the pictorial, cozy St. George's Square. It is the combination of the right location, carefully selected products and friendly sellers that makes this market one...

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  • Havel Market Detail | Prague Shopping Havel Market

    One of the oldest markets in the city, Havel Market dates back to 1232. Originally selling only produce, the market has changed over the years, mainly with tourists in mind. Lately it seems though that the produce stalls are starting to outnumber the souvenir stalls, which is a good thing as many stalls sell the same tourist junk you can find all over Old Town. Some stalls however offer inexpensive handmade Czech crystal and glass jewelry, tasty traditional spa wafers,...

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  • Holesovice Fruit and Vegetable | Prague Markets Holesovice Fruit and Vegetable Market

    Located in Holesovice, next to the flowing Vltava, is the Holesovicka Trznice or the Holesovice Market. This market was once the central slaughterhouse and cattle market for the royal city of Prague under Austro-Hungarian rule. Now it is a strange mixture of vendors and kiosks selling fake Louis Vuittons, imposter sunglasses, perfume, gadgets, and cheap clothing. The real reason for a visit to the market is to check out the fruit and vegetable market. Over 40 booths boast locally grown...

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  • Jiřího z Poděbrad Farmers Market Jiřího z Poděbrad Farmers Market

    Located in the manicured square just above Jiřího z Poděbrad metro, and in front of the unique and famous Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord and just outside of the local primary school, you will find a treasure of Czech life – the Farmers Market! Selling everything from potatoes freshly dug up, cheese and fresh milk products, newly-baked traditional goodies such as kolacky or babovka, to free-range eggs and chicken, organic beef, fish, pork, or sometimes even...

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  • Trhy Tylak Farmers Market Trhy Tylak Farmers Market

    This farmer's market joined the market scene in Prague, as it kicked off its historic first season in March of 2012. Aptly named the Trhy Tylak – or Tylak Market, using the slang term for the square – this market is very conveniently located at Tylovo Náměstí, near the metro stop at IP Pavlova (on the red C line), and adjacent to the popular tram hub of the much-used daytime trams 4, 6, 10, 11, 16, and 22, as well as...

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  • Prague Farmers Markets | Spring Blooms Náplavka Farmers Market

    Náplavka, the affectionate nickname for the farmers market located at Rašínovo nábřeží (near Palackého square) in New Town's Prague 2, translates to “at the riverbank”, and that is exactly what this market is. Located on the riverbank walk, you can stroll through market stalls while enjoying the sun, cooled by the breeze off the the Vltava river. Boasting views of Prague Castle, Petřín Hill, and situated just a few blocks from the famous Dancing House, this location is perfect for...

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  • Kubáň Farmers Market | Fresh Vegetables Kubáň Farmers Market

    Nestled in the heart of Prague 10, residents will be pleased to find the Kubánské náměstí Farmers Market, locally referred to as “Kubáň” – named for the affectionate slang term for the Kubánské Náměstí square. At farmers markets in Prague, especially ones located in traditional residential areas, such as the Kubáň Market, you can truly get to know Czech culture. Many foreigners would be unacquainted with typical Czech holidays without the food traditions associated with them, especially those most traditionally celebrated...

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  • Namesti Miru Flea Market | Antiques in Prague Prague Flea Market | Tylovo Namesti and Riverbank

    The Prague Flea Market – the place where one man’s trash is another man’s treasure features two locations in Prague, on the renovated square Tylovo Náměstí and on the riverbank of the swan filled Vltava River close to the Palackého Náměstí. From the 16th of March, 2013 the Prague Flea Market opens on the riverbank near Palackého Náměstí and will continue every second Saturday of the month. Every last Saturday of the month until the end of October a flea market...

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  • Namesti Miru | Prague Christmas Markets Namesti Miru Christmas Market

    Set in the romantic Peace Square is this intimate Christmas market, frequented by Czechs more than tourists. The Namesti Miru Christmas market features more handmade goods than the touristy products that the Old Town Square market sells. At the Namesti Miru Christmas market you can find goods such as handmade soaps and lotions, jewelry, wooden toys, ceramic decorations, crystals, scarves and so on. The imposing neo Gothic Church of St. Ludmila overlooks the wintery Christmas market, complete with a massive...

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  • Old Town Square Christmas Market | Prague Old Town Square Christmas market

    With its impressive background, the Christmas market in Old Town Square is a sight to behold! With a massive Christmas tree brought in from the Sumava Mountains and decorated with lights and ornaments, cute wooden stands selling mulled wine, sausages, Czech specialties and silly souvenirs, and golden lit up angels, this Christmas market is sure to please. The location and beautiful setting of this Christmas market is the true winner, if you are searching for more authentic Czech gifts head...

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  • Wenceslas Square | Prague Christmas Markets Wenceslas Square Christmas Market

    Located close to the New Yorker retail store, the Wenceslas Square Christmas Market does not prove to be as magical as the Old Town Square and Namesti Miru Christmas markets, but is conveniently located in the shopping center of Prague, perfect for last minute gifts. It is smaller than the Old Town Square market, although it does feature a beautifully lit Christmas tree, which is magical when viewed from second floor cafes overlooking the market. Recent efforts to enhance –...

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  • Sapa Market Place | Prague TTTM Sapa Market Place

    If you have succumbed to the taste of Vietnamese cuisine be it as a consequence of your stay in a beautiful Asian country or your culinary experience at one of the Vietnamese restaurants and bistros that have been recently growing in numbers in Prague, sooner or later you will want to prepare some delicious Vietnamese dishes at home. The needed ingredients for your culinary magic can be best purchased at the large TTTM Sapa market place located in the outskirts...

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  • Namesti Republiky Christmas Market | Prague Namesti Republiky Christmas Market

    A smaller version of the Old Town Square Christmas market, the market at Namesti Republiky is not as busy, and therefore not as touristy, as the other larger markets. You will find the same goods to purchase at this market, including pashmina scarves, wooden toys, beer mugs, colorful prints of Prague, and even some lace items. Unfortunately the same products can be bought in every souvenir shop in the city, but the prices may be a little bit lower here....

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  • Czech Antiques | Prague Klementinum Antique Market

    Every Sunday from 9:00 a.m to 3:00 p.m a small ivy covered courtyard located in the back area of the Klementinum hosts an intimate antique market. Owners of various local antique stores fill tables with mysterious, shiny and beautiful antique goods from their stores and the treasure hunt begins. Even though the market is small, the variety is interesting, featuring everything from glass, loads of costume jewelry, and ceramics, to Soviet memorabilia, antique books and art. Feel free to bargain...

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