Prague - Namesti Miru and Cechovo Bridge
One of the most popular street markets in Prague operates in two separate locations, one being at Namesti Miru (námestí Míru), and the other being on the Vltava River bank under the Cechovo Bridge (Cechuv Bridge). The second spot is still on the east side of the river, but a few blocks northwest of Namesti Miru. The two areas together are known officially as The Prague Flea Market.
If you're shopping specifically for larger antiques, it may be wise to go to the Cechovo Bridge vendors, as the area has better parking and allows vehicular access more easily. However, both locations offer a wide variety of authentic Czech treasures, art, nick-knacks, and jewelry.
Since its inception in 2009 at Namesti Miru, The Prague Flea Market has only grown in popularity and foot traffic. Also every Thursday from 8 am to 6 pm a new farmers' market called František takes place at the Cechovo Bridge location. Fresh fruits and vegetables galore!
The Prague Flea Market is open on the weekends from 9 am to 4 pm in both locations. Selling food or animals is prohibited, but some exceptions are made for particular tasty food vendors. For a real slice of the culture, this is a fantastic place to go in Prague. Support the locals and check it out!