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Les Halles Medievales

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Les Halles Medievales

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Anne-Karina wrote a review Oct 2020
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Amazing old building, very interesting to see the beams and how it was all put together. Market on Saturday morning was very nice.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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emp e wrote a review Jun 2019
Shoalhaven, Australia154 contributions61 helpful votes
This hall is now the venue for the weekly market. It is a very impressive structure with a wooden frame originating in medieval times.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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JRMaddog wrote a review Jun 2018
Darlington, United Kingdom676 contributions179 helpful votes
Go early, grab a croissant and coffee au lait sitting in the square, people watch then plunge into the shopping throng. French people have been doing this here for over 600 years and it works beautifully.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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emmamaria wrote a review Sep 2017
Shropshire, England235 contributions116 helpful votes
Visit on a Saturday when there is a very good market both inside Les Halles and outside in the streets. Fantastic French food fresh from the farms.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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JRMaddog wrote a review Jun 2017
Darlington, United Kingdom676 contributions179 helpful votes
Any day, marvel at the old wooden building but best visit on market day, Saturday. Bring a bag to stock up with local produce, fish, meats and regional specialities in season even taste before you buy (great for Calvados & Pommeau or Cassis but careful of the cheese and andouillette), then drop into the Cafe du Marche for a coffee & croissant. Remind me again why we are doing this Brexit thing...
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Date of experience: May 2017
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