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Marche d'Aligre

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Marche d'Aligre

382 Reviews
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Place d'Aligre, 75011 Paris France
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Oliver F wrote a review Aug 2020
Paris, France2 contributions1 helpful vote
my favorite market, I have known sellers for many years, when I come to shop, I feel like I came to my grandparents. We met many here, even when I was at university, I grew up in front of their eyes, and they grew old, we can hug each other when we meet, joke around. I love Marche d'Aligre!
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Date of experience: August 2020
JAMN38 wrote a review Apr 2020
Clovis, California26 contributions8 helpful votes
I have visited several times. The display of fruits and vegetables brings gardens to life! The vendors call out and really help with their wares. The flea market in the center brings Paris to you. The nextdoor food market carries you through fresh meats,fish.chees, candies and such. A real delight to shop and see.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Linda T wrote a review Nov 2019
Lille, France11 contributions12 helpful votes
I went to the Marche d'Aligre for the second time on a rainy 2 November 2019 (prior visit 2011) and still liked the size of the market in the square and the undercover market. It still had the flea-market with excellent prices compared to the larger Paris flea markets (i.e. I purchased a small antique item for 5 euro compared to the same items in the big markets priced at 25 - 35 euro.). Friendly place, lots of locals and good fresh food produce as well as surrounding cafes with local colour. Yes, Marche de Bastille is far bigger but only twice a week and Marche d'Aligre is daily and has that little bit more of interest. Why not take in both on the same day and compare?
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Lindy M wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom19 contributions10 helpful votes
Paris experience without the tourists. Wonderful. A foodie paradise. Grounded. Some bric a brac stalls along the way but if that’s what you want go to Vanves or Clignicourt. Abundant with fresh food and colours.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Kurt wrote a review Aug 2019
Montevideo, Uruguay96 contributions44 helpful votes
I used to think this place was great. People from the neighborhood shop there and in the open-air market in the Place d'Aligre. There is a place inside - a fishmonger - who sells oysters on the half shell and white wine. But they're the same price as they are in the restaurant. And, again, those oysters looked tired. The rest of the purveyors - nothing to write home about. Nice walk-through for the tourists who don't buy anything. There is a little bistro right on the square alongside the market. Same old stuff - steak, frites, salmon, maybe a tagine? It's cheap and not bad. (I pass.)
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Date of experience: August 2019
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