The Namesti Miru flea market is a monthly treat for lovers of antique items, original handcrafts and vintage goods. Because it is rather cheap to reserve a place and set up a stall here, the Namesti Miru flea market hosts a wonderful mix of professional dealers and first time sellers. A few stalls are always set aside for those that have hand-crafted their own goods from jewelry and clothing, to pieces of art. This eclectic mix means there is always something worth buying at this flea market.
The Namesti Miru flea market is thought to be the first of its kind in the Czech Republic, which usually hosts swap meets and car boot sales. To have a location in a market or town square and set up stalls is something that is now gaining huge popularity across the country, and Prague is obviously the center of flea market activity. The Namesti Miru flea market is located at the heart of the Vinohrady district, in the square in front of St Ludmila Church. The area in its own, and particularly around the flea market, is very charming and the atmosphere is friendly and welcoming.
A wide variety of items can be found at the Namesti Miru flea market, ranging from old paintings and jewelry, to antique books, household fixtures and fittings, war memorabilia, vintage bags and clothing, records and toys and a whole lot more! Haggling is welcomed here so it is always possible to find amazing prices for specialty items. A few food stalls are located within the Namesti Miru flea market, and also plenty of cafes can be found in the surrounding area for any needed breaks from the shopping.
There is no need for exceedingly early alarms to be set to visit the Namesti Miru flea market as doors do not open until 10 am. This adds to the relaxed and comfortable vibe; a visit here is definitely enjoyable for all.
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