If you want to buy something different or save some money try Prague’s markets. Some markets sell just fruit and vegetables; others target tourists and sell handcrafts etc. They might seem a bit tacky but there are goodies to be found, sometimes quite interesting stuff. You can find many markets around tourist spots as well.
(Havel’s Market). A very popular market, located on a short street that runs perpendicular to Melantrichova, the main route connecting Old Town Square with Wenceslas Square (metro station Mustek, Prague 1). Most vendors sell seasonal home-grown fruits, vegetables, wooden toys, Czech crystal, jewelry, honey and flowers.
Open: 06.00-18-30 Mon-Fri, 08.00-18.00 Sat & Sun
(Trznice Market). The largest outdoor market in Prague. You can find a variety of consumer goods here and the prices are likely to be lower than in stores. Location: Prague 7, Holesovice (metro station Vltavska).
Open: 08.00-18.00 Mon-Fri, 08.00-13.00 Sat, closed Sun
(Pankrac Market). Many small outdoor stalls offering seasonal fruit and vegetables. Location: Prague 4, (metro station Pankrac).
Charles Bridge Market
A range of crafts, jewellery, photography, paintings and other hand-made goods.
Other small markets
can be found at metro station Karlovo namesti and Hradcanska (mostly selling fresh produce).