Feb 28, 2024

Prague’s Farmers’ Markets Return for 2024 Season

From the beginning of March, residents of Prague can enjoy the return of their favorite farmers’ markets in most districts.

The season kicks off on Saturday, March 2nd, at Vítězné náměstí in Prague 6. This popular market offers not just regional food, herbs, and flowers but also fun events for children, including educational programs on rural traditions and making traditional Easter decorations.

Other notable markets opening in March include:

  • Prague 2: Tyl Square and Rašín Embankment
  • Prague 3: Jiřího z Poděbrad Square (starting February 28th)
  • Prague 7: Řezáčovo Square (Heřmaňák market)

The markets at Vítězné náměstí will be held every Saturday from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Additionally, the popular Jiřího z Poděbrad Square market will resume operations on Wednesdays from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM and Saturdays until 2:00 PM during the ongoing revitalization of the square.

Other markets in Prague 2, 4, and 7 also offer a diverse selection of fresh produce, flowers, local crafts, and prepared food, making them a delightful destination for locals and visitors alike.

“To commemorate the 15th anniversary of Prague’s first major farmers’ markets, we’re unveiling a revamped concept with a focus on showcasing Czech regional cuisine and its producers, sustainability, and educational initiatives, particularly tailored for children,” stated Miroslav Dušek, representing the market organizers.

He further noted that this year, through the Little Farmer program, children can delve into rural traditions, cultivate their own produce, participate in quizzes, and gain insights into the journey of food from farm to table.

Organizers are prioritizing expanding the dining and event spaces and scheduling seasonal activities, as per Mark Zeman, spokesperson for Prague 6.

Starting March 11th, the markets at Tyl Square in Prague 2 will feature a variety of traditional products such as fruits, vegetables, herbs, seedlings, alongside new offerings like carp products, ceramics, garden ornaments, oriental spices, vegan dishes, and vegetables from South Bohemia.

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