Today we present the best markets in the city of Paris, mostly known for its elegance, fashion, and boulevards. Our proposal instead, wants to bring you closer to the Paris of everyday life and will allow you to experience real Parisian delights.
Saint-Ouen, also known as Clignacourt, is one of the largest antiquity markets in the world, with approximately 7000 square meters of extension. It is also one of the most visited in the city. The second-hand items that you will find in this market vary from ancient jewels to furniture, decorative objects, and clothing. A real dream for those who love looking for objects of the past.
Saint-Ouen is located on Rue de Rosier, 124 and opens on Saturdays from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm, Sundays from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm and on Mondays from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm
Marche des Enfants Rouges, instead, is the oldest “covered” market in the city of Paris. The Infante Rouges owes the curious name (of the red children) to the red-colored uniforms worn by the children of the orphanage that was near the market until the sixteenth century. In this market, you will be able to find gastronomic delights from different places in the world, but we advise you to try the desks dedicated to Africa or Lebanon.
The Enfants Rouges is located on Rue de Bretagne, 39 and opens from Tuesday to Saturday from 08.30 to 20.30 and Sunday from 08.30 to 17.00. Closed on Monday.
Porte de Vanves market is the real city market in Paris. About 200 stalls with curious objects from vintage air. You don’t visit it for the objects but for the 100% Parisian atmosphere.
It is located between Avenue Georges Lafenestre and Avenue Marc Saigner and you will find it every Saturday and Sunday from 07.00 to 14.00.
The Organic market of Raspail sells fresh and organic fruit and vegetables, but not only, but also meat, fish, honey, and some cheese are present. The quality of the products you will find in this market is almost unbeatable. It offers a restaurant area who wants to try the products of even a delicious English bakery – always crowded!
The Raspail is located on the eponymous Boulevard and opens every Sunday from 09.00 to 15.00.
It is one of the oldest and most well-known second-hand markets in the city. Founded in 1869, Montreuil offers the visitor a great variety of objects: from kitchen utensils to spare parts of all kinds, from vintage glass objects to real curiosities.
It is located on Avenue du Professeur André Lemierre and opens from Saturday to Monday from 07.00 to 19.30.