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Paris Flea Market

Paris Flea Market facts

The Paris Flea Market (Le Marche aux Puces) opened in 1885. Located in a popular district, it extends over six hectares in Saint-Ouen, a city bordering Paris.

The Paris Flea Market is a famous Paris shopping venue attracting 70 000 shoppers every week. It has 2000 tiny shops selling everything from stylish furniture to postcards.

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Paris flea market
Paris Flea Market

Shopping at Paris Flea Market

In the 1950ies and 1960ies, you could buy great antiques at bargain prices at the Paris Flea Market.

This is rarely the case anymore, but the Paris Flea Market remains a fascinating shopping venue to visit.

Choice is plenty, allowing you to buy something unique. Prices are moderate to high. The picturesque Paris Flea Market is a true Parisian shopping experience.

French restaurant Ma cocotte is trendy and affordable.

Visit Paris Flea Market

The Paris Flea Market is composed of 15 separate markets (Marches) with their own atmosphere, all within walking distance. Use the map below to visit them all. Locate Paris Flea Market on Paris map.

The Paris Flea Market is open from 10am to 7pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays (fewer shops open).

Les Puces de Paris Saint-Ouen
Paris metro: Garibaldi station in Saint Ouen, line 13
Detailed Paris Flea Market website in english
Printable map pdf of Paris Flea market

Paris flea market
Paris Flea Market

Paris Flea Market left bank

Paris has a second Flea Market at Porte de Vanves on the left bank of the Seine River. Located in a no tourist area, this Flea Market is smaller and totally outdoor.

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Paris metro: Porte de Vanves station, line 13
The Paris Flea Market left bank is open Saturday and Sunday from 7am to 2pm all year round.
Locate Paris flea market left bank on Paris map.

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