This spring galleries, cafes, and even a docked boat are hosting flea markets and jumble sales with everything from original Czech fashion and thrift store oddities to handmade local design pieces on offer. With food trucks and vendors on hand to feed the crowds and DJs spinning a laid-back soundtrack, these Prague spring markets are events to plan your weekend around.
Bloges Market – April 11
The second annual Bloges Market brings together the best of the style and foodie bloggers for a day of shopping and mingling with DJs, a beauty lounge, and cocktails.
Vintage Breakfast and Bazar – April 11-12
An online store that is soon to be an actual brick-and-mortar space selling items that were “at some point forgotten,” has organized its first selling event plus breakfast on a quiet corner of Vinohrady.
Friendly Market N°8 SPRING EDITION – April 11
Radlická kulturní sportovna
The local vintage fashion scene (Recycle with Love) and small-label Czech designers converge on Radlická culture space for a day of shopping, hooping, and pop-up haircuts. Burgers courtesy of Crush Street Food truck.
April Flea Market (Dubnový letenský bleší trh) – April 11
Not just a hang-out for “bored dads”, this Letná café hosts a monthly jumble sale that’s a joint collaboration with retro-fabulous thrift shop Kuzmarkt.
Real Flea Market Back in Action! (Pravý bleší trh opět v akci) – April 18, May 2
(A)VOID Floating Gallery, Náplavka
This art gallery, bar, and interesting nautical venue on the banks of the Vltava hosts occasional flea markets throughout spring organized by Prague Markets, which also brings regular traditional flea markets to Tylovo Náměstí and elsewhere in the city.
Jarní BAZAR BAR – April 11
This annual pop-up market features unique local sellers, drinks, brunch and a “chill-out” zone. Sip and spend!
Get the Vintage Style! – April 10-12
As part of the Prague Swing Festival, Zig-Zag Vintage is organzing a vintage clothes and accessories pop-up selling Saint Savoy dance shoes among other fun items. Old school photo booth on hand!
April Flea Market – April 18
Skautský institut na Staromáku
The newly opened Scouting Institute in Old Town was established as a cultural center and homage to the “values” of the traditional Czech scouting phenomenon. Talks, workshops, and markets like this one are on its regular line up of events.
Spring Bazar (Jarní bazar na Míráku) – April 21
A charity bazar featuring jewelry, books, clothes, and all sorts of interesting odds and ends along with cake and coffee. All in support of the Letní dům organization for foster children.
Prague Fashion Market – Apr 24-25
Prague is spoiled for choice when it comes to quirky markets peddling fashion, food, and fun. This one promises 150+ brands from CZ and SK designers as well as a local food market.
Františkovy lásky – May 1
Františka Křížka Street
Not to be outdone by Krymská, this Letná May Day celebration along Františka Křížka street, sponsored by neighboring Bio OKO and Motus Prague theater, promises an open-air day of shopping and entertainment.
Korso Krymská III – May 16
More than just a market, the third annual Korsa Krymská is Prague’s coolest block party. The neighborhood venues provide food, drink, and stylish wares while the locals provide people watching opportunities.
LeMarket – May 23-24
This modern market event will offer “big” things from “small” Czech and Slovak labels – everything from handbags to handmade chocolate – along with concerts, talks, workshops, and tastings.
Dyzajn Market SUMMER (Dyzajn market LÉTO) – May 30-31
Piazzetta Národního Divadla
The spring edition of this increasingly popular Prague market is sure to bring the usual festive weekend-long celebration of good design, food, and community.
Gentlemen Pop-Up – June 6
Radlická kulturní sportovna
Barbershops, the Kristpol bow-tie designers and other Czech menswear indie labels come together to teach guys how to be gentlemen. Pool tables, rum tastings, DJs round out the just-for-him fun.
Summer Warehouse Flea Market – June 21
Second-hand gems, tastings from local food vendors, DJs, and drinks ease the transition from Prague spring to the dog days of summer.
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