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Prazska Trznice, Prague

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Flea Market
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  • a little bite of amusement if you have time to spare. Like our markets here at home, little knickknacks. some bars are also available.
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  • There are tens of good reasons to visit this place. To highlight a few, start with Alza megastore which is biggest electronic store with online prices and super large selection. If hungry, there are 2...  more »
  • Classic market of a major city. Stalls, casino and a nice indoor vegetable market. Check it out only if you want to get a taste of life non-touristy, especially in the fruit and vegetables. The rest of the market consists of stalls, many of which are managed by Asians, who sell the usual things to market ...
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  • Not for tourists!! Miles outside the city, unsafe feeling and very run down... Having been to amazing markets in Amsterdam and Budapest my friends and I decided to visit one in Prague. When we got there we thought we'd gone to the wrong place, unfortunately not! The stalls were few and far between and the ones that were there were all selling cheap nick nacks you could get anywhere, the main goods on offer seemed to be switch blades. Overall it was very quiet and didn't feel very safe, we didn't stay long and regretted our visit.
  • +Incredible variety of goods +usually very cheep +very convenient in case you're looking for accessories of any kind -don't expect great quality, however for that price it's worth it
  • Interesting market. Very good for buyin vegetables and meat. Also some sort of flea market. Good for a one hour visit.
  • This market was pretty run down and out of the way. Mostly sold clothes, brass knuckles, and switch blades. We went there to shop for souvenirs and left empty handed.
  • Overall, it's a typcial asia market with cheap clothes, flashlights, knifes, bags and stuff like that. Everything looks a bit run-down. If you want to see something like that, then go there, if you look for souvenirs don't.