Prague’s traditional Easter market on Old Town Square opened on Saturday, March 8th. Visitors will find stalls selling food and a wide variety of Easter goods including hand-painted eggs, wooden toys and intricate lace-work. An outdoor stage has been set up for the performances of choirs, folk music and dance ensembles from around the country. The market is open from 9am to 7 pm daily, and until 8pm on weekends.
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