Markets, flea-markets and jumble sales

Food markets and second-hand markets, great places for tasting French gastronomy and picking up a bargain.

These bustling friendly places are a favourite with Parisians and visitors out for a stroll. The capital has no fewer than 82: food markets, organic markets, the flower market, art market ...

Antiques fair, square du Temple, Paris © OTCP - Amélie Dupont

There are markets for everything! It is pleasant to stroll through them from one stall to another, stopping off on impulse to make a purchase. The capital city is full of markets selling fresh produce, the lifeblood of French gastronomy.

For fans of antique and vintage items, the flea markets and jumble sales really do offer an abundance of rare gems: old furniture, kitsch yet trendy clothing, jewellery all the better for having a story to tell - and other accessories you just won't find anywhere else. At the following addresses, you can be sure of finding just what you're looking for.

Marché aux puces de Paris Saint-Ouen Adhérent

Dpecialist markets
Porte de Clignancourt, Saint-Ouen, 93400

The flea market brings together more than 1,700 second-hand and antique dealers spread over 14 markets and the surrounding......

Marché aux puces de la porte de Vanves Adhérent

Antiques | Dpecialist markets
Avenue Georges Lafenestre et avenue Marc Sangnier, Paris, 75014

Every weekend of the year: - Saturday and Sunday mornings from 7am to 1pm, 350 merchants can be found on Avenue Marc Sangnier......

Marché biologique des Batignolles

Food markets
34 boulevard des Batignolles, Paris, 75008

The all-organic Batignolles market, held every Saturday, is extremely popular with locals. It is not one of the usual markets......

Puces de Montreuil

Dpecialist markets
Avenue du Professeur André Lemierre, Paris, 75020

Odds and ends are what people come looking for at the Puces de Montreuil flea market, and that is what makes it such an appealing......

Marché de la Création Paris-Bastille Adhérent

Antiques | Dpecialist markets
Boulevard Richard Lenoir, Paris, 75011

The largest weekly art market in the capital. A real Tower of Babel, the Marché de la Création houses 200 artists:......

Marché Monge

Food markets
Place Monge, Paris, 75005

At the heart of the Latin quarter, Marché Monge has been running since 1921! Its forty or so stalls offer meat, fish, fruit and......

Marché Beauvau - Marché d'Aligre

Food markets
Place d'Aligre, Paris, 75012

Between the place de la Bastille and the place de la Nation, the Beauvau market - also called the Aligre market (in name of where......

Marché aux fleurs

Dpecialist markets
Place Louis Lépine - Quai de la Corse, Paris, 75004

The Île de la Cité is full of surprises! Located on Place Louis Lépine between the Notre-Dame Cathedral and Sainte-Chapelle......

Marché Bastille

Food markets
Boulevard Richard Lenoir, Paris, 75011

One of the biggest Parisian markets, with Place de la Bastille's Colonne de Juillet as the backdrop. A hundred or so stalls offer......

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