Seven Best Street Food Markets for Eating Your Heart Out in Europe

Planning a trip to Europe? Looking for must-visit food markets where to start your city tour? Europe’s colorful array of food markets are some of the best places to take in local culture, language, and, of course, a whole lot of delicious food. These venues allow visitors to rub shoulders with locals, pick up locally-made goods, and taste regional flavors unlike anything they can get back home. Many of these markets are set in spaces that mirror local architecture trends in addition to hosting cultural programming and events. Before packing your itinerary with reservations at the city’s top restaurants, consider these markets for a unique dining experience that goes beyond what you’ll find at traditional establishments. Taste more of your destination’s food culture by visiting some of our favorite food markets. Make your travel unforgettable.

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Alexandra Siebenthal
How to Eat Under 150 CZK at Prague’s Manifesto Market

The holiday season is a joyous time to celebrate with friends and family, but it’s easy to get overwhelmed by constant indulgence. That’s why Manifesto’s vendors offer a selection of meals that can fit any budget. Find some of the best of Prague’s cheap eats at Manifesto’s eclectic array of restaurants featuring flavors from around the world.

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Top Seven Things to do in Prague this Christmas

Prague is a fantastic city to enjoy at any time of year, but December in Prague may be one of my absolute favorite seasons. As winter sets in, the city transforms into one of the most picturesque Christmas destinations in Europe. Prague’s Christmas markets are among the most impressive European Christmas markets, featuring some of the best crafts and foods in the region. As the city breaks for the holidays, friends and family gather at these spots to celebrate the joyous occasion. Here is your ultimate Prague guide for everything to see, eat, and do during the holiday season.

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EIGHT European Christmas Markets You Didn't Know About (and Should!)

We might be a little biased, but we think Prague come winter is some other kind of magic. The city, once blanketed in a layer of snow, becomes an entirely different beast that seems almost too good to be true. Prague and winter go together like schnitzel and potato salad. We can only hope our Manifesto Winter Market can provide that same feeling of magic and wonder, you know what kind we are talking about, the kind you experienced as a kid. While we can't wait to create a special experience and welcome you to our own, and very first Manifesto Winter Market near the Prague's city center, we also dream of that Christmas cheer throughout all the Christmas markets across Europe. Check out some of our favorite hidden gems below (and tag us if you have the chance to post a live picture from any of them!).


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Halloween Trick-and-Treat & Party at Manifesto

This year, Manifesto Market will be the only place where Prague families can experience Halloween trick-and-treating. On Wednesday, October 31 from 5pm on, a kids-friendly Halloween party will start at Manifesto. Fun will include costumes, illuminated lanterns, face-painting and of course, trick-or-treating. The market will be specially heated for this occasion and will offer plenty of seasonal food and drinks, Piu Piu cocktails for children as well as several adult variations. 

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Five Things You Didn’t Know About the Creation of Manifesto Market

Did you know we erected Manifesto in 9 days? 9 days. 9 days was all it took to flip a vacant field used as a makeshift parking lot into a thriving market. Here are five things you may or may not know that have led up to this gastronomic paradise’s genesis, now full of life.

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