Living in Prague has many perks. Great beer, magnificent architecture and the international vibe make it easy to lose one’s heart to the capital of the Czech Republic. Once one has found his living space and settled in, exploring the city from an insiders view becomes a priority. And while the exploring is a lot of fun and makes one love Prague for its little gems, it sometimes can be hard to find things that we know exactly where to find in our home country in the streets of Czech Republic’s capital.

One of the things I missed for a long time while living here, where second hand stores that not only provide a good selection but also have the right price. Trying to live a zero waste life, especially clothes and furnishing shopping in said places can hard. Even more so, since most second hand shops and goodwill stores concentrate on clothing and sometimes abandon the idea of offering anything else but that.

Have you not found quite a place like Goodwill back home yet? Could your second hand shopping tour use some extra stops? We set out and found the best places to meet a second hand shopper’s needs in Prague and put together the ultimate guide of second hand stores, bazaars and flea markets around the city! Ready to dive in?

Secondhand Stores & Thrift Shops

1. Cesta domů at Holesovice

By visiting this lovely, little place, you not only will find a big selection of clothing, jewelry, kitchen items, mugs, paintings and more – you also are doing something good for people in need!

here you support a good cause when shopping: Cesta Domu

Cesta domu – established around 15 years ago – is not only providing you with your next treasure on your shelf, Cesta domu is mainly a non-profit organization that provides registered health and social services to incurably ill patients in need of care.  Besides second hand items, you can also buy lovingly handmade notebooks, postcards, mugs and more to support the great work Cesta domu is doing!

Cesta domu is constantly expanding their services, thus, you get to shop at both of their locations in Prague 6 and 7.

Where old and new find together: Cesta Domu
  • Offers: Clothing for men and women, small kitchen items, lovely handmade bags whose earnings go to the Cesta Domu foundation
  • Location: Komunardů 1126/33, 170 00 Praha 7 – Holešovice and Bělohorská 90, 160 00 Praha 6
  • Opening hours: Mon – Fri 10.00 – 18.00

2. To nejlepší z druhé ruky at Letna

The name of this one holds what it promises. Even though To nejlepši z druhé ruky is a rather small second hand shop, you will be pleasantly surprised with what you will find in it. The owner of the small business definitely has style and only sells what a customer might actually want. Starting at prices of CZK 49.00 for clothing items, TNZDR is a classic second hand shop as I know it from back home: Affordable, stylish and used clothing items for people who do not want to spend a fortune on Vintage clothes.

Looks small but holds big game: To nejlepší z druhé ruky in Letná
  • Offers: Clothing for men and women
  • Location

3. Second Hand Market at Vinohrady

Where even men get to shop for some cool second hand wear: Second Hand Market

Often overlooked because it is located just off the bustling quarters of Prague 2’s district, Second Hand Market is the address for clothing items in the city. Though they consequently only offer clothing items, this is a very well priced and well sorted shop where one can get lost on two levels full of second hand treasures. Even men get to shop till they drop for a lesser price than usual!

  • Offers: Clothing for men and women
  • Location: Vinohradská 148, 130 00 Praha 3
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri 09.00 – 18.00 / Sat 09.00 – 12.00

Flea Markets

4. Terminál Žižkov at Žižkov

As we reported in our article ‘A Magnificent Flea Market has landed’, a new flea market has emerged in Prague 3! Not only clothing but even more so collector’s items, household, kitchen, and furniture awaits you on this structure formerly used for freight. A typical flea market as one would picture it: No extra fanciness, no extra charges. For CZK 10.00 entrance fee, you get to shop, haggle and take your new acquisition home! A truly great experience and nice Saturday afternoon activity to undergo.

Prefer writing your letters on a typewriter? Terminál Žižkov is where you find your next treasure

Differentiating itself from its brothers in the city, Terminal Žižkov is open both Saturday and Sunday and gives shoppers a 10 hours window for finding the right piece. On top of that, they are always on the outlook for people who have items to sell in order to change up the offer of their flea market.

  • Offers: Clothing for men and women, kitchen items, furniture, jewelry, collector’s pieces / depending on sellers offers
  • Location: Nákladové nádraží Žižkov, 130 00 Žižkov
  • Opening hours: Saturday and Sunday, 07.00 – 17.00


5. Bazar P&J at Vinohrady

P&J’s bazar located just off Namesti Miru is one of the hidden shops where a second hand shopper can find true gems. Getting away from the clothing only trend in Prague, these guys surely will be able to help you out furnishing your place and finding little gadgets you will be happy to have in your daily life.

Displaying household items and little somethings for an affordable price, P&J’s are easily one of our favourite places to get our used items from.

Just off the busy Náměstí Míru lays secondhand paradise: Bazar P&J
  • Offers: Furniture, kitchen and furnishing items
  • Location: Anny Letenské 1240/2, 120 00 Praha 2 – Vinohrady
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10.00 – 18.00

6. Bazar Antik at Holesovice

Two entrances – the same wonderland: Bazar Antik

This wonderful place just off Délnicka tram stop holds many special treasures. As Holešovice is one of the best second hand areas in Prague, Bazar Antik is just one of 4 bazars on the Kommunardů street. The two lovely people that run the place choose wisely what they put up for sale and Bazar Antik is one of the few places where one gets the feeling of having access to gems that have been around for decades.

Beautiful handmade wooden boxes, silver coffee grinders, saddles and more can be spotted in this wonderful place. The Bazar consists of two buildings and you will need to walk around the house to get to the saddles and coffee grinders. A truly great place that is very well sorted and accessible and yet gives one the feeling that beneath this metal pot in front of you tells a tale of a world hundreds of years ago.

  • Offers: Kitchen items, jewelry, furnishing items
  • Location: Komunardů 1126/33, 170 00 Praha 7 – Holešovice

7. Bazar A Zastavárna Korunní – Vinohrady

Coming from orderly chaos, here is a real one. Bazar a Zastavárna on Korunni truly has a lot to offer – if you are willing to dive into the massive amount of used stuff in this place. Though it might look frightening at first, we strongly recommend going down the stairs overlooking the plethora of gems that are waiting to be found. Whether you are looking for a bike, porcelain figures or lamps, this bazar will have it all!

Groovy: The jungle of secondhand goods ‘Bazar a Zastavarna’ in Vinohrady
  • Offers: Kitchen items, furniture, bikes
  • Location: Korunní 691/6, 120 00 Praha 2

8. Nový Antik Bazar at Žižkov

Whether you are looking for a special piece or you are just very tired of looking at the IKEA furniture in your four walls, the Nový Antik Bazar at the very end of Nákladové nádraží Žižkov’s terminal – just after Stodola Antiques – definitely has what you want. Located in Prague 3, Antik Bazar has made it its goal to give used furniture and special pieces a new home – may be yours? What strikes one’s eye especially are the beautiful – and very affordable – paintings the guys sell.

Strolling through this place is absolutely inspirational and will definitely get your second hand shopping mode going. So plan your second hand furniture trip and get that sofa you always wanted for less than expected!

If you happen to have something collecting only dust in your flat, these guys will happily have a look at it and maybe even be able to sell it off for you.

  • Offers: Used and antique furniture
  • Location: J. Želivského 2712/2, 130 00 Praha 3-Žižkov
  • Opening hours: Mon-Fri 09:00 – 18.00, Sat 09.00 – 16.00

The doors to secondhand wonderland: Antik Bazar

9. 1981 – 21st Century meets Secondhand

The 21st century has not only changed our behaviours in terms of social media but also our second hand shopping. The team of 1968 has built a wonderful and very user friendly website for second hand wear – delivered to your home! For all the treasure hunters that prefer not leaving their house in order to do just that, can now find their next precious piece online and let it find them!

If you prefer roaming through the offer of a second hand store, 1981 also creates events where you can visit their pop up market and it is definitely worth checking out when the next pop up is on!

What is your next treasure going to be?

10. H&B Swiss Second Hand Store

This place out in Ruzyne is an absolute wonderland for Secondhand shoppers. The owners of H&B have reused the premises of an old barn and offer plenty of clothes, curtains, table cloths, rugs and even ski helmets on over 2 stories. Even the men’s section – which often runs sparsely – is huge! Though it is a little journey out to H&B, it is one worth undertaking if you need to stock up on clothes & small furniture pieces.

  • Offers: Men’s and Women’s Clothing, small household items, furnishing pieces
  • Location: Kralupská 47, Prague 6
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 09.00 – 18.00 / Sat-Sun 09.00 – 17.00
Photo: V. Gautschi

11. Malé černé

This small, cute little shop on Milady Horakove offers pretty dresses, blouses and more. Thriftshopping in style! The second hand store offers both women’s and men’s clothing – and the price is right, too!

  • Offers: Men’s and Women’s Clothing
  • Location: Haškova 2, Prague 7
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 10.00 – 19.30 / Sat 10.00 – 14.00

12. Přestupní Stanice

This small second hand shop just off Olsanske Namesti is probably our favourite place to shop second hand at in Prague. The project behind the shop? Giving homeless people a place to work at, so they can find a way back into working life. The whole team is absolutely sweet and helpful and the atmosphere in the small shop is just great.

From jewelry to clothes and over to books and board games, men and women alike find cool, little treasures in the ‘transfer station’. You can also support the project by donating your old clothes to them, if you don’t wear them anymore, yet they are still in great shape. A kick-ass idea and great execution! And what’s even better: They are opening a new location soon!

  • Offers: Men’s and Women’s Clothing, jewelry, gadgets, books, board games
  • Location: Chelčického 17, Prague 3
  • Opening Hours: Mon – Sat 12.00 – 20.00

Photo: V. Gautschi

Though this guide will give you a great start into your second hand shopping experience in Prague, there is hundreds of many more great places that offer used goods for reasonable prices in a nice atmosphere. So go find your favourite bazar, flea market or shop and happy treasure hunting!

Our Verdict

Stay Oldschool

Prague is certainly a paradise when it comes to history. The number of second hand stores around is huge but the best thing is many of them are pure gems. No matter if you are looking for used clothes, books, bikes, or furniture. You will find all these here. Most of the items cost literally a few Czech crowns.

  • Cesta domů
  • To nejlepší z druhé ruky
  • Second Hand Market
  • Terminál Žižkov
  • Bazar P&J
  • Bazar Antik
  • Bazar a zastavárna Korunní
  • Nový Antik Bazar
  • 1981
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Vanessa has been living in Prague for the better part of a decade. Always on the lookout for another hike, district, nook, or cranny – she’s made it her mission to explore the hidden corners of the Republic. Among Vanessa’s favorite Bohemian based activities are nature walks, venturing off the beaten path, and writing about it all from one of the city's many thriving Cafés. And the best spot to stop and take it all in? Alf & Bet, a coffee house and bakery, tucked just around the corner from Castle Libeň. You might just see the author there sipping a coffee herself.


  1. What about Bohemian Retro on Chvalova 8 in Zizkov it has clothes and accessories for men and women from the 20s to the 80s . It has been in business for about 10 years. I think it is the best vintage shop in the country

  2. I literally have a true vintage store right next to Malé Černé, have had it open for 6 years already! Selling only true vintage dating from the 19th century up until the 1960s. Find us at Milady Horakove 28 – ARISTOKRAT VINTAGE

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