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 will take place on Tylovo Náměstí. An array of items can be found at these markets from antiques, knick-knacks, old books, handmade jewelry and clothes to accessories and ceramics. You are not allowed to sell food or animals, however specific stalls are set aside at the Náměstí Míru location for food sellers with permission from the market organizers. The Prague Flea Market started out in 2009 at Náměstí Míru and has continued to grow with tourists and locals alike. The markets are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Happy treasure hunting! More information about reserving a spot, directions to the markets and more can be found on their website.
If you have already sold items at any of these flea markets, you have the possibility to use the service of Bleší Trh Online (Flea Market Online) and on the organizers' website you can offer for sale or as a gift items with larger dimensions which are therefore problematic to bring to a flea market, or when you want, for example, to take advantage of the period when there is no flea market scheduled in the immediate future.
Photos: Matěj Stránsky
Address: Tylovo Náměstí, Praha 2, +420 773 588 939, +420 777 106 220, Palackého Náměstí, Praha 2, www.prazsketrhy.cz
Prague-Stay.com will assist you in planning your authentic visit to this lively city and steer you away from numerous 'tourist traps' that sadly exist in this eccentric capital.more information