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Prague Easter Markets
Prague Easter markets: over a hundred stalls with handcrafted products, sweets, food and Czech beer. Daily at the Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square.
The Prague Easter markets run for about three weeks, starting two weeks before Easter Sunday and stretching for one more week after Easter. They are open every day of the week. The largest Prague Easter markets are those on the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.
At Old Town Square there will be more than 90 stands offering traditional Czech products such as beautifully decorated Easter eggs, laces, wooden toys and puppets and various Easter decorations. Every day the markets are visited by 10,000 people looking for some great shopping as well as entertaining cultural program. The schedule includes music and dance performances, demonstrations of old arts and crafts, decorating Easter eggs and making candles.
Prague is a great city for sightseeing, try and take some time to see the some of what the city has to offer like Prague Castle, The Astronomical Clock, The Municipal House, Old Town’s Jewish Quarter and the Dancing Building, to name just a few of the wonderful things you should take the time to see.
We have found that the best place to stay is in the old town of Prague as this makes a good base, the gay bars and clubs a little spread out, but most are within walking distance from the old town, and the others just a short taxi ride away, so we have found hotels close too if not on the old town square, Hotel Rott, U Prince, Hotel Christie, Perla Hotel, Ramada Prague City Centre, Boutique Hotel Seven Days,Hotel Residence Retezova,
Gay Map of Prague
There is no main gay village or district in Prague. Instead the bars are spread out over town areas, mainly in the city centre and in the Vinohrady district.
Video Of Prague Easter Markets
Highlights from the Prague Easter Markets 2016
Recommended Hotels in Prague
We suggest staying in Prague Old Town. Hotels rooms can be quite small and book out early, so plan in advance. A taxi to the gay bars is less than EUR 10. Most of the city can be covered on foot.