Flea markets and second-hand shops

Paris’s flea markets offer all types of objects for all budgets.

Marché aux puces de Saint-Ouen | 630x405 | © OTCP - Amélie Dupont I 177-06

Paris’s flea markets offer all types of objects for all budgets. From Saturday to Monday, they enliven the gateways to Paris. Both popular and very specialized, the flea markets are veritable treasure troves for fans of designer furniture, antiques and curios of all kinds. You can go bargain hunting for anything in Paris! Strolling along the banks of the Seine, you’ll see the famous bouquinistes who offer numerous old and second-hand books, as well as engravings, postcards and other collector’s items. Bargain hunting in Paris also means combing the many second-hand sales which take place during the year. Good bargains are also to be found in the Dépôts-ventes (second-hand shops where goods are sold on commission) and in the second-hand clothes corners of major department stores.

Marché aux puces de Paris Saint-Ouen Adhérent

Dpecialist markets | Antiques
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......

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......

Les bouquinistes de Paris

Bookshops, CDs, photographic and computer equipment
Bords de Seine - du Pont Marie au quai Voltaire, Paris, 75004

Les Bouquinistes, riverside booksellers, are an enormous ‘open-air bookshop’ that is a part of the Parisian landscape, adding to......

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