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EVERY SATURDAY from 8.00 – 14.00

Market’s manager:
Alena Bžochová

Market’s foreman:
Jiří Pekárek

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Náplavka starts on February 4th 2017

Náplavka starts on February 4th 2017

Farmer’s market at Náplavka is going to kick off its 8th season on February 4th 2017. Continue reading

CHRISTMAS FARMERS MARKET 10TH AND 17TH OF DECEMBER. EXTENDED!

CHRISTMAS FARMERS MARKET 10TH AND 17TH OF DECEMBER. EXTENDED!

Original presents? Yes! Christmas saturdays on Náplavka! An extended christmas farmers market is going to take place on the last two saturdays in december. 8 am - 2 pm Continue reading

Advent and New Year’s Eve at Náplavka

Advent and New Year’s Eve at Náplavka

Saturday – 3.12., 10.12., 17.12. from 8:00 to 14:00, New Year’s Eve – 31.12.2016 from 8:00 to 16:00 Continue reading

Traditional St. Martin's celebration and baked goose at Náplavka

Traditional St. Martin’s celebration and baked goose at Náplavka

This year's different sorts of young wine from 25 Czech and Moravian winegrowers are going to be introduced during traditional St. Martin's celebration – the festival that is taking place at Náplavka. You can look forward to epicurean gastronomy such as baked goose, goose specialties, Mediterranean cuisine and delicacies that perfectly match wine. Continue reading

On Saturday September 24th, there is an extended farmer’s market at Náplavka under the Výtoň’s “clock”!

On Saturday September 24th, there is an extended farmer’s market at Náplavka under the Výtoň’s “clock”!

there are going to be new sellers in the market. For example, amazing czech ceramic or pottery works, sweet shop Meteor, Rawstlinka and Salt’n Pepa refreshments as well as purely natural home-made Czech cosmetics, hand made shoes, and many others like charitable Continue reading

FARMERS MARKET NÁPLAVKA SORTS THE TRASH. PLASTICS TO YELLOW BAGS PLEASE!

FARMERS MARKET NÁPLAVKA SORTS THE TRASH. PLASTICS TO YELLOW BAGS PLEASE!

It is appreciated if you can sort the trash the same way you do at Farmer’s market at Jiřák where the waste has been successfully sorted out for more than two years now. Continue reading