We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
  • Sort by:
  • Traveler Ranked
  • Book Online
#8 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
... near the Bastille Monument.. the atmosphere is electric with very positive energy and friendly faces are everywhere.. strolling along is such a fine tradition among the many vendors..the quality is very high...
There's all manner of stalls selling veggies, fruits, pastries, breads, cheeses and other indispensable ingredients for a fresh and home cooked meal.
See 5 Experiences
#12 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
Whenever I go to Paris, I always try to retrace Hemingway's footsteps on rue Mouffetard --- his Latin Quarter apartment was at the top of Rue Mouffetard, which runs down the hill to the church of Saint Médard, and...
If you are in the Latin Quarter, definitely spend some time here, and experience all the different tastes it has to offer.
See 8 Experiences
#19 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
This street is beautiful with a generous variance in small shops from Cafe's, Bistro's & Restaurants a delight is the Market hosted by the shop owners with an enticing array of Pastries, Meats, Breads , Fruits & V...
I love this little village, 3 markets, the post office, easy Metro on line 8, several wine stores, at least 6 cafes, mostly car free, a pedestrian paradise.
See 3 Experiences
#20 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
Marché d'Aligre, in the revolutionary Faubourg Saint Antoine district, combines a daily (except Monday) flea market with an extensive open-air and covered food market.
It's a little out of the way, but they have a roaster in the shop, but what sets it apart is the amazing cup of coffee.
See 18 Experiences
#26 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
HUGE flea market with beaucoup items...scored a vintage Le Creuset pot in perfect condition for 50 euros and my friend bought many one of a kind items to furnish her new kitchen
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.
#36 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
nice to visit for food shopping but expecially super interesting for a lunch break: several choices of international food (japanese, african, maroccan, lebanese, french... just walk around and chose!).
A small covered market with many types of options from Italian, Middle Eastern, Japanese and burgers.
See 11 Experiences
#37 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
#54 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
This neighborhood market is a REAL market, full of tantalizing products.
Vendors seem to know most people who stop at their stalls but are friendly with everyone.
#75 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
The food stalls are absolutely divine and we found mussels, cod, cheese, baby artichokes, cherries, olives, currants, lettuce.... ALL incredibly fresh and beautiful and tasted great when cooked.
Otherwise a crossroads and a big Metro stop.
See 2 Experiences
#84 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
Beautiful and colorful flower market that is located on the Ile de la Cite in central Paris.
See 4 Experiences
#87 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
#103 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
#107 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
What a pleasure to stroll a market selling incredibly fresh produce, fish, flowers and other tasty tidbits and enjoy the Eiffel Tower in the background!
#112 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
#230 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
Before the start of the transport strike on 5 Dec we took the opportunity to visit the twice weekly fresh market in the 18th arrondissement, just off the metro station at Barbes.
#290 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
#718 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
#726 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
Behind the areas where there are just isles of clothes in piles, there are sections of nicer items where the vendors have things on hangers.
#814 of 1,053 Shopping in Paris
Frequently Asked Questions about Paris

© 2021 TripAdvisor LLC All rights reserved.

This is the version of our website addressed to speakers of English in the United States. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu.