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All reviews nice market wooden toys leather bags tourist souvenirs stalls sell fridge magnets arts and crafts buy something old town square for sale worth a visit both sides charles bridge gifts shop paintings marionettes
Great place to find the gift you are looking to get for someone back home and will definitely save over what the stores in Old Town charge for the same item. At the same time you can catch something to eat from one of the...More
These markets are not huge but have a good range of the souvenirs seen around the city, fresh fruit & nuts as well as some more unique art or handicrafts. The biggest benefit if you want some souvenirs as they are generally much cheaper than...More
After taking the 6 hour walking tour, that included a little history about this old market, we decided to return at our own pace to buy some souvenirs and local products. Consider they close around 7 pm. You can find some small Prague paintings, at...More
This market ( flea market concept) is on a small straight street with more shops on both sides. Not very big place
This street is part of a much bigger shopping district.
Stalls sells mostly souvenirs, cookies, chocolates, fruits , clothings, paintings & even spices...More
Most of the stalls sell the exact wooden items - bookmarks, pens, pencils, magnets and other Prague souvenirs - some of them have really art craft items like marionettes and wooden toys There are also traditional sweets and chocolate to bring home. The fruits however...More
Looking for souvenirs? This is a great place to find them. The market is located close to Wencelas Square and easy to find. We enjoyed the inexpensive artist paintings of the city of Prague and bought one to bring home for $10. We did not...More
We were just passing by and I noticed some leather insulated gloves which were cheap (290) also had names made out of metal wire on a necklace (100). Bought some chocolate wafer boxes for 50czk.
The fruit looked lovely but we didn’t try it. Rest...More
There were vendors of all types offering fruit, vegetables and souvenirs of all types. For those that are looking for a quick snack there is also a fountain on one side that you can wash your purchases for immediate consumption but watch out as the...More
One of the oldest neighbourhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
HI I agree with Meg250 Havels market has plenty of Souvenirs of Prague but all around is small shops selling gifts too. Also on the Charles Bridge art,jewellery is available I managed to get prints of John Lennons Wall and... More
HI I agree with Meg250 Havels market has plenty of Souvenirs of Prague but all around is small shops selling gifts too. Also on the Charles Bridge art,jewellery is available I managed to get prints of John Lennons Wall and also a Puppet Ice hockey Player too :) hope this helps .