Now that the weather is becoming lovely, Prague’s farmers markets are setting up their stalls. Primarily introduced last year, the markets were an overwhelming hit with the public. Long queues and sold-out vendors were the norm, and organizers quickly regrouped to keep up with demand. Local fruits, veggies, fresh breads, free-range eggs, smoked meats and other products are on display all over town. Get there early for the best and freshest.
These are the most regular markets, but organizers have plans to open more throughout the spring on other squares around the city.
Kubánské náměstí in Prague 10:
Jiřího z Poděbrad in Prague 3:
Wednesdays and Saturdays
Dejvice in Prague 6, above the metro station:
Rašínovo nábřeží in Prague 2, near Palackého náměstí:
Photo courtesy of Farmářské trhy