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So...the market is interesting, it’s a really great experience to visit a Parisian market, but the prices are crazy. CRAZY! It is after all, a flea market, not a high street shop. If you are travelling from another country that doesn’t use the euro, you...More
Having read some very mixed reviews of this I wasn't sure what to expect, but after our visit i'd heartily recommend .
Now, you do need to like markets, and trawling through the stall and the boxes, where there were about 100 stalls. Other reviewers...More
The flea market stalls are to be avoided but find your way to the antique alleys and you will enjoy hours browsing the 100’s of little stores/stalls. Antiques galore, everything from armoires to ink wells, silver, glassware , vintage clothing and everything in between. Be...More
We decided to go to this flea market instead of the more famous Clignancourt and were pleased with our choice. This isn’t a market street with shops but just stalls in the weekend. The sellers seem to be more amateur people. We were there in...More
The vintage items at the market were overpriced however outside the formal market there’s lots of vendors selling everything. Not worth the effort if you are looking for a bargain and have a short stay in Paris. Vintage stores near Pigalle station were a better...More
It has been sometime since I visited my favourite flea market in Paris at Porte de Vanves. I found it much depleted and far more expensive than previous years. Well, it was a cold, wet Saturday in February.
I only spent €2 on two old...More
So if you’re a tourist visiting Paris you’ll want to go here to check it out. However you need to realize that you have to walk through cheap clothes and shoe stalls to get into the part of this Market that is worth your time....More
Great advice, the flea market was fun and we had enough time to get back to the catacombs afterwards for our tour ( buy tickets in advance for that for sure --- LOOOONGGG line. Thanks Trip Advisor! Paris was awesome!
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The market at Vanves runs every weekend morning, all year. If I were you, and in Paris in early June, I'd look at "Aladin" online for "Ile de France" to see what brocantes are going on. Some of the "vide greniers... More
The market at Vanves runs every weekend morning, all year. If I were you, and in Paris in early June, I'd look at "Aladin" online for "Ile de France" to see what brocantes are going on. Some of the "vide greniers" can be better places to find good stuff at v. reasonable prices than most flea markets.