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As an antiques lover, I was curious to see if this market lives up to its reputation, and boy does it ever. Huge huge huge - we spent 4 hrs and barely scratched the surface. The Marches all annex from Rue Rosiers which is a...More
You really need to allocate a whole day. We had a rushed 4 hours and didnt see it all. So many things to see. We found a piece of African art/sculpture that we had seen and coveted in a shop in Sante Fe for 2-3x...More
This is a really fantastic outdoor flea market selling anything and everything. The quality of many of the goods and antiques are excellent. My wife and I spent several hours browsing through here and you will definitely find something. If you are looking for serious...More
Good market with lots of variety. We spent 5 hours browsing.
1. We had the uber drop off set to Porte de Clignancourt at the intersection of Rue des Rosiers. By starting on Rue des Rosiers, we avoided almost all of the aggressive street...More
Perfect for window shopping, but not so great for serious buyers. It was absolutely astounding to wander all around and to see the enormous collection of antiques. It was a feast for the eyes. However, we found the prices to be much higher than the...More
Definitely lives up to the hype! We had a great time treasure hunting through this massive market. There were some overpriced booths, but it's so big that moving on to the next is no problem. All the small finds in the Marché Vernaison (first on...More
If you like vintage items, antiques and quaint shops, do make your way to Saint-Ouen's flee market. Of course there is a lot of trash; however, make sure to check out some of the beautiful shops in the arcade and especially the shop "My Discoveries"...More
To be fair, we were here with my husband in August, when many places were closed, but I don't think it comes anywhere near The Portobello Market. Many old/used items, more like junk. We found a place with a collection of old maps, good quality....More
When you get off the subway at Clignacourt, bypass the first open air set of stalls...they are full of things like t-shirts and knock off handbags...nothing special at all. Continue on and you will reach thousands of open air and covered stalls filled with antiques,...More
The best is to come Saturday and Sunday, best way is to catch bus number 85 it brings you in the center of antiques shops, safe of course, by metro you have to walk a bit threw other markets from clothes (a bit more dirty... More
The best is to come Saturday and Sunday, best way is to catch bus number 85 it brings you in the center of antiques shops, safe of course, by metro you have to walk a bit threw other markets from clothes (a bit more dirty place) but don’t worry anyway many visitors in the week end ! Enjoy Paris !