GUIDE: Bratislava Open Air and Indoor Markets with Fresh Produce
It is a popular tradition for Bratislava families to do their weekend produce shopping at one of the city's lively market places. They are a welcome off-the-beaten-path sight for visitors who can sample local flavours from food through chinese running shoes.
Some of the produce on offer is from local production (especially villages in southern Slovakia) but many stalls now offer the same imported produce from wholesale warehouses as in ordinary shops.
Central Market Mileticova (Centralne trhovisko)
The largest market with many food stalls also offering a variety of industrial products at discounted prices. Especially lively on Saturdays. Easily accessible by public transport.
Main Indoor Market Trnavske myto (Hlavna trznica)
This orangeish glass and metal structure has seen better times. Located on a busy junction, the Indoor Market offers produce and other food shops.
The prefab former IKEA building at Tomasikova has re-opened as a farmer's market.
Old Town Indoor Market Nam. SNP (Stara Trznica) - closed for reconstruction in 2009
A revived indoor market place in the centre of the city offering souvenirs, numerous fast food outlets, good beer and many specialty shops (newspapers, ethnic, nuts). Popular budget lunch spot during the day and in the evenings.
Small open air markets can also be found on Polna (near Medical garden), Zilinska, Sancova, Mlynarovicova (Petrzalka) and M. Sch. Trnavskeho (Dubravka).
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Hi, where can i buy crochet yarn in Bratislava center?
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patricia wrote on 04.08.2010 at 23:40:32:
hello, i will be in bratislava and i would need to find ladies shoe shops, as I will be there for business, with italian samples, can yu suggest me the best shops?
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bader wrote on 28.05.2010 at 13:48:19:
Hello. In in partislava. Its my first time..
Where is the outdoor city cener market and coffees?
marijana wrote on 29.04.2010 at 11:53:07:
Where is the best shopping for fashion clothes, like Zara, H&M, Mango ...?
ADMIN: You can try Aupark Shopping Mall, Avion Shopping Mall or newly opened Eurovea near the city centre.
Peter wrote on 18.04.2010 at 12:13:31:
Hello! Has Bratislava open on sundays? Meaning shops, bars and stuff?
ADMIN: Yes, everything is open on Sundays including supermarkets with groceries.
THOMAS wrote on 17.11.2009 at 13:39:38:
Is there a Bratislava 'flea market' where used articles are bought and sold?
ADMIN: There are only one-time flea markets taking place, mostly over some weekends, there is no permanenet flea market.
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Hi, where to buy knitting yarn in Bratislava?
ADMIN: You can buy it in the small shop at the corner of Zahradnicka and Justicna. Another shop is located in Heydukova, across from the Caritas building.
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Hallo !! wo gibt es in bratislava pet shops oder aquaristic shop!! danke
arielavander wrote on 30.08.2007 at 22:45:37:
As you can see from the inquires non has respond to this subject. So hoping you can help all of us...Is there any flea markets in Bratislava? when? where? Help us!!!
ADMIN: First Saturday of every month a neigbourhood flea market takes place at the Horsky park (Mountain park) at Lesna 1 (trolleybus 207). An antique fair takes place about once a month at Mytna Street - contact Galeria Antika Dorota at +421 2 52 49 75 76 or +421 2 54 43 16 90.
hans qing wrote on 29.08.2007 at 17:47:22:
Where is the flea market?
what day?they open on Sunday?
Shirley Savell wrote on 24.04.2007 at 09:56:50:
Can you please advise on map where we wilk find the markets(old town and indoor) and.or antiques. We are on one day tour.
Victoria Vander wrote on 11.04.2007 at 04:31:31:
Is there any Flea markets in Bratislava?
Enrique Ricci wrote on 24.03.2007 at 18:15:57:
Where is the flea market
Eve Tse wrote on 13.12.2006 at 19:16:31:
Could you please provide the locations and addresses to the major markets? Thank you
Tesco Supermarket, Kamenne namestie, Bratislava
Terno Supermarket, Aupark Shopping Mall, Bratislava-Petrzalka
Tesco Hypermarket, Panonska cesta, Bratislava-Petrzalka
Carrefour Hypermarket, Panonska cesta, Bratislava-Petrzalka
Terno Supermarket, Rusovska cesta, Bratislava-Petrzalka
Carrefour Hypermarket, Polus City Centre Shopping Mall, Bratislava
Hypernova Hypermarket, Avion Shopping Mall, Bratislava
Phil Sylla wrote on 24.04.2006 at 10:57:25:
Is there a Bratislava 'flea market' where used articles are bought and sold?