Lovers of antiques and antiques, arriving in Prague, must include a visit to the market on Kolbenova in their itinerary. The most famous flea market in the Czech Republic is worth visiting not so much for the shopping as for getting to know the old days.
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The flea market got the name "on Kolbenova" by its previous address. This place, stretching over several tens of thousands of square meters, became famous all over the world and was included in the list of top markets for lovers of antiques and rare things. Today the market is already in a different place, however, it has not lost its popularity, because its "brand" has already become quite popular. As before, the Prague flea market offers its guests all the most outlandish and unusual. 

What can be bought at Kolbenk
Almost everything can be bought at the flea market in Prague, and this is not an exaggeration. It sells paintings, household items, vinyl records, sculptures, shoes, stamps, ceramics. It was on Kolbenka that lovers of antiquity were looking for a stream of military uniforms, various knives, jewellery worn by women of fashion of past centuries, sculptures reminiscent of those that they saw on grandfather's sideboard in childhood, furniture from different eras and coins from different countries.
Among the goods, there are also objects of art from different countries and eras, silver items, works of artists.
Book lovers will also be able to purchase more than one copy for their collection.
On the market, you can buy quite modern things, for example, mobile phones, various spare parts or tools.
At a flea market in Prague, it is easy to find objects familiar from Soviet times: dolls, busts of Lenin, badges, and dinner services.
Traders are located right on the ground and arrange impromptu display cases right in the trunks of their cars. Some of them do not hesitate to sell illegal goods from under the floor, for example, weapons, alcohol, cigarettes.
Both sellers and buyers come to the Prague flea market from different cities of the country, which makes the geography of goods even more extensive.

How to get to the flea market on Kolbenova
To get to the market, take the Hloubetin metro station. From here, a free bus leaves the market every 15-30 minutes. You can also take trams # 8 and # 25.

Entrance cost
A ticket to the market costs 20 CZK. Children under 15 can visit it for free. In addition, there is paid parking on the market, which will cost vehicle owners 30 CZK (for a motorcycle) and 70 CZK (for a car) for the entire day of stay. Find out more about the flea market in Prague here.

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