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náplavka Rašínova nábreží

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Free

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Free, Shopping Type
Less than 1 hour Time to Spend

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  • 5.0Value
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Tourists and locals alike enjoy perusing the Náplavka Farmers Market in Prague. Whether you’re looking for an excellent snack or a keepsake from your visit to Prague, you’ll be sure to find it at a stand in this sprawling marketplace. Alternatively, just stroll along the Vltava River and take in the sights and smells of the bustling vendors.

Previous visitors say that a majority of the stalls focus on food, so it’s best to skip breakfast and arrive hungry; however, there are a handful of vendors that sell handmade gifts. What’s more, recent travelers appreciate the market’s position along the Vltava River, close to other attractions like the National Theatre and the Dancing House.

The Náplavka Farmers Market is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Saturday from February to December. While perusing the market is free, buying a snack or keepsake from one of the stalls will cost you a couple koruna. Visit the Náplavka Farmers Market’s website to learn more about its tasty offerings.       

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