The Paris Flea Market in Saint Ouen is one of the most picturesque districts and interesting shopping venues of the city. Take pictures, buy souvenirs, have lunch, find something unique. You can easily spend there half a day. Shopping in Paris.
The Operating since 1885, the Paris Flea Market (Le Marche aux Puces) extends over six hectares in Saint-Ouen, a city bordering Paris. This famous Paris shopping venue attracts 70 000 shoppers every week to its 1000 traders for fashion, handicrafts, used clothes and 2500 merchants for antiques.
Metro: Garibaldi station, line 13
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 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 Flea Market is a true Parisian shopping experience.
French restaurant Ma cocotte is trendy and affordable.
The Flea Market is composed of 14 separate markets (Marchés) with their own atmosphere, all within walking distance. Use the map below to visit them all. Locate the Flea Market on the 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
Printable Paris Flea Market map pdf
Saint Ouen has 14 covered markets.
- Antica: Furniture and objects of 18th and 19th centuries. 99 rue des Rosiers. - Biron: Asian arts, furniture of 18th, 19th, 20th centuries. 85 rue des Rosiers. - Cambo: Charming market. 75 rue des Rosiers. - Dauphine: Antiques, books and art restorers. 140 rue des Rosiers. - The Warehouse: Bulky goods (stairs, libraries, chimneys, etc.). 80 rue des Rosiers. - The factory: reserved for professionals - 1, Villa des Rosiers. - Jules Vallès: market for enlightened bargain hunters. 7/9 rue Jules Vallès. - Malassis: Antiques and decoration, from 17th to 20th centuries. 142 rue des Rosiers. - The Passage: clothes, furniture, old books, military effects. 27. rue Lecuyer. - Paul Bert: market trends, furniture, objects of art and decoration of 17th century. 18 rue Paul Bert and 96 rue des Rosiers. - Roses: Lighting, works of art of 20th century. 3 rue Paul Bert. - Serpette: Inescapable place for art lovers, from antiquity to the 70's. High-end objects. 110 rue des Rosiers. - Vernaison: Ancient objects, scientists, toys, glassware. 99 rue des Rosiers. - Malik: New clothes and fashion designers. 53 rue Jules Vallès.
The city has a second Flea Market at Porte de Vanves in the left bank of the Seine River. Located in a no tourist area, this Flea Market is smaller and totally outdoor.