Hundreds of shops line the lanes and alleyways that lead from Charles Bridge to Old Town Square. All sell matroshka dolls, fridge magnets, I-Love Prague T-shirts, puppets and marionettes, glass and crystal, wooden toys and a thousand other souvenirs. Be sure to check out Havelska open air-market popular with both locals and visitors. This is also a good place to stock up on fruit, flowers and leather goods. Manufactura with several outlets in the historic center sells traditional Czech crafts, hand-made soaps, cosmetics and wooden toys. If you don't find it here, you won't find it anywhere. Very popular is Bohemian crystal. Moser sells the best quality, lead-free wine glasses, carafes, vases, bowls, paperweights and lots of other beautifully designed glassware. One of the most famous Czech alcoholic drinks beside beer is Becherovka. This strong herbal bitter is made of thirty-five different herbs and considered a medicine of which you can never drink enough according to true Czech tradition. It is a specialty from the city of Karlovy Vary. All souvenir shops in Prague stock this drink. Secret tip: Get your bottle from the Albert Supermarket on Wenceslas Square and save quite a bit of money.