The beautiful city of Prague boasts many fantastic markets, offering a mixture of traditional pieces, everyday items and delicious food. You can find fantastic souvenirs and gifts, and enjoy the cheerful atmosphere these vibrant markets. Here are a few of our favourites.

Havelske trziste (Havel’s Market)
Where? Havelska Street, Prague 1.
When? Open daily, all year round 09:00-18:00.
Havel’s market is one of the oldest in the city, dating back to 1232. This market offers an abundance of tasty food and souvenirs, including fruit and vegetables, flowers, leather goods, arts and crafts, toys and puppets, and ceramics.… Read more...


When? 26 May 2017 – 28 May 2017

What time? Fri-Sat 12:00-21:00; Sun 12:00-19:00

Where? Vysehrad Park, V Pevnosti 5b, Vysehrad, Prague 2.

How much?  Adults 550czk. Children (0-6yrs) free

This year the Prague food festival is back for its 11th year, taking pride of place in a large outdoor setting at Vysehrad Park. The annual Prague Food Festival is the No. 1 gastronomic event in the country, celebrating the culinary skills of the top chefs from all over the Czech Republic.  Read more...


The legendary John Lennon Wall in Prague is a top tourist attraction and a fantastic photo opportunity. Situated in Mala Strana, this historic wall has been filled with John Lennon-inspired graffiti and a collection of lyrics from Beatles’ songs since the 1980’s. The wall is an incredibly ‘cool’ place to visit for any music fan, and also comes with a rather interesting historical background…

The wall first became a political canvas in 1948, when people began challenging the communist takeover by covering the wall in protest phrases and symbols.Read more...