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2010 Prague Farmers’ Markets

Prague Farmers’ Market Day-by-Day Guide
(April – October/November 2010)

The first official Farmer’s Market came to Prague down by the river early in the spring of this year. Now in September there are over twenty such markets in Prague and the immediate region. With response like this it’s evident that the demand for locally grown and produced goods has rapidly burgeoned into a full-blown craze. For the best Czech seasonal vegetables and fruit, goat’s cheese, dairy products, eggs, honey, Czech cakes and pastries, flowers, fruit juice, wine, domestic regional specialties, homemade sausages , wild mushrooms and MORE check out the Prague Farmers’ Markets!

Details for the existing Prague Farmers Markets are listed below in order of their scheduled days of the week. Visit Idos.cz for optimal transport links to each market.  Some market times are in flux, so we will do our best to update this website regularly with the most accurate information. Please contact us if you spot errors, omissions, or have additional news.

Monday-Friday 8:00-17:00, Saturday 8:00-13:00  (Hall #22)
Farmers’ Marketplace (Farmarske trziste Holesovice)

Bubenske nabr. 306/13 Holesovice, Prague 7
How to get there: Metro C to stop Vltavska, then tram 1, 3, 5, 25. Metro A to Hradcanska, then tram 1, 25

Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:00 – 18:00, Saturday 8:00-14:00
Farmer’s Marketplace Kuban (Farmarske trziste Kuban)
Kubánské náměstí, Vršovice, Prague 10
How to get there: Metro A Strašnická, then Tram 7  to Kubanske nam., Metro A náměstí Míru, then tram 22 to Kubanska nam.

Wednesdays 7:30-18:00
Farmers’ Markets in Pankrac (Farmarske trhy na Pankraci)
Na Pankraci, Prague 4
How to get there: Metro C to stop Pankrac

Wednesdays 8:00-17:00
Cakovice Country Markets (Venkovske trhy Cakovice)

Namesti Jiriho Berana , Cakovice Prague 9
How to get there: Metro C to stop  Letnany, then bus 140, 151, 158 to stop Nam. Jiriho Berana

Wednesdays 8:00-17:00, Saturdays 8:00-14:00
Jiriho z Podebrad Farmers’ Markets (JZP farmarske trhy)

Nam. Jiriho z Podebrad , Prague 2/3
How to get there: Metro A to stop Jiriho z Podebrad

Thursdays 13:00-18:00
Pruhonice Farmers’ Market (Farmarske trhy Pruhonice)
Kvetenove namesti, Prague-Pruhonice
How to get there: Bus 385 leaving from Opatov station, to stop Pruhonice

Thursdays 12:00-18:00
Farm to Market Suchdol (Selsky trh na Suchdole)
Brandejsovo nam., Prague-Suchdol
How to get there: Bus 107 or 147 from Dejvicka to stop Zemedelska universita

Fridays 8:00-18:00 (Sept. 3rd) CHECK WEBSITE FOR UPCOMING DATES
Farmers’ Markets Andel (Farmarske trhy na pesi zone Andel)
Nadrazni, Prague 5
How to get there: Metro B to stop Andel

Fridays 10:00-18:00 Scheduled for 3.9, 17.9, 1.10, and 15.10
Farmers’ Market Radotin (Radotinske farmarske trhy)
Nam. Osvoboditelu 1372, Radotin, P. 10
How to get there: Bus 186 from Smichovske Nadrazi to Nadrazi Radotin

Fridays 13:00-18:00
Czech Farmers’ Market (Cesky Farmarkse trh)

Bakurinova ulice, Dolni Pocernice, Prague 9
How to get there: Bus 163 from Depo Hostivář to the stop Stará obec.

Saturdays 6:30-13:00 (Every other Saturday from Sept. 4th)
Old Farmers’ Markets (Farmarske trhy na Stare navsi)

Stara Naves, Letnany Prague 9
How to get there: Metro C to stop Letnany, then bus 151, 158, or 186 to stop Avia Letnany

Saturdays 7:30-14:00
Karlin Farmers’ Market (Karlinsky farmarsky trh)

Karlinske namesti, Karlin Prague 8
How to get there: Metro to stops Florenc or Krizikova, Tram 8, 24 to Karlinske nam.

Saturday 8:00-12:00 Noon
Vysocany Farmers’ Markets (Vysocanske farmarske trhy)

Vysocany , Prague 9
How to get there: Metro B to stop Vysocanska

Saturdays 8:00-12:00 Noon
United Farmer’s Market (Cesky farmarsky trh)
Klanovice, Prague 9
How to get there: Take metro C to end station Cerny Most or train from Masarykovo nadrazi to Praha-Hor.Počernice or Praha-Klánovice. Then take Bus 261, 303, or 343 to stop Smržovská

Saturdays 8:00-12:00 Noon
Vysocany Farmers’ Market (Vysocanske Farmarske trhy)

Vysocany , Prague 9
How to get there: Metro B to stop Vysocanska

Saturdays 8:00-14:00 Scheduled dates: 7.8., 21.8., 4.9., 18.9., 2.10., 16.10
Traditional Farmers’ Market (Farmarske trh na Kulat’aku),

Vitezne nam. Dejvicka, Prague 6
How to get there: Metro A to Dejvická, exit via the stop for the airport bus

Saturdays 8:00-14:00 FROM SEPT. 11th, CHECK WEBSITE FOR DATES
Zbraslav Farmers’ Market (Zbraslavsky Jarmarky)

Zbraslavske nam., Prague 5
How to get there: Bus 129 from Smichovske nadrazi to stop Zbraslavske namesti

Saturdays 9:00-16:00
Farmer’s Market on the Waterfront (Farmarske trziste na Naplavce)

Rasinovo Nabrezi, Prague 2
How to get there: Metro B to Karlovo namesti, take Palackeho nam exit, walk across street and down path to the river from the Palackého náměstí  tram stop

CHECK WEBSITE FOR UPCOMING DATES AND TIMES FOR NAM. MIRU MARKET
Farmers’ Markets in The Square (Farmarske trhy na nam. Miru)
Nam. Miru, Prague 2
How to get there: Metro A to stop Namesti Miru

HAPPY SHOPPING!

For the most up-to-date information on special one-time markets, new markets and possible cancellations, check these websites:
Farmarske Trzistě
Cesky Farmarske Trh
Farmarske Trhy

On Facebook, you can get updates by joining the following groups:

Chceme v Praze farmářská tržiště!
Český Farmářský Trh

Farmářské trhy

Farmářské tržiště Praha

Vitalia.cz has a comprehensive schedule of markets in Czech, and also lists the products each market offers.

Reader Feedback

4 Responses to “2010 Prague Farmers’ Markets”

  1. renap says:

    Hi there

    Great site, fab idea.

    Have you thought about adding an RSS feed for people like myself who may forget to come back to check out what’s new? There’s undoubtedly a WordPress plugin that will handle the job flawlessly, as with most thing WP-related. :)

    Thanks for all your efforts,

    Rena

  2. Dean says:

    Hi, Rena,
    Great idea, will add the RSS feed as soon as we can!
    Dean

  3. Jason Cahill says:

    Hi Guys.
    Great Site….really well done, but totally agree with RENA, I need an RSS Feed or I won’t follow you that often…need reminders and they are automatic with RSS.
    xoxo
    jason

  4. sue says:

    Wonderful site; very informative. Thank you! Most of all thanks for keeping it updated.

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