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Yes I was lost when I stumbled onto this small covered market. So now I’ve got back I’ve googled it and realised it’s not far from where I’m staying. So I’ll be back. Lovely produce. Especially the cheeses.
If you are near that part of...More
It is a usual indoor market that offers you all your daily supplies such as cheese, flowers, fruit, meat, vegetable etc and you can also having meal in this market. There is not really special about this place except a Wallace Fountain in the middle...More
I went out of my way to find this market this week and don't understand the great reviews. Most of the stalls were shuttered and the whole place seemed a bit derelict. I walked in one door and straight out the other. It was mid...More
A really nice market that we randomly popped into. The largest produce purveyor had the best medjool dates weve ever eaten. They were so plump and soft, one actually dripped on me when i was eating it. In the states all our dates are seemingly...More
This is by far the best flea market I’ve ever visited. Unfortunately had just a few hours to go around. Could have spent days at this place. There are so many little shops with huge variety if everything you would be looking for at a...More
We visit this famous flea market whenever we are in Paris. We always opt to take the metro. Get off at Porte de Clignancourt and it is less than a five minute walk. Keep going past all the street vendors and booths with knock offs....More
Marche St Quentin is a small market but it has a variety of food items that are worth checking out. There were a few fruit stalls although rather small I could guarantee its freshness just by looking at the colours. There is also a patisserie...More
Love going to a city’s main market - Tokyo’s fish market, Barcelona and Melbourne’s great markets. This one is small but interesting, undercover in this historic building. Veggie and fruit stalls next to cheese stand and florists, curio shops and a nice food area where...More
The neighbourhood around Chateau d’Eau is an often overlooked part of town whose vibrant streets are great for a refreshing change. Long known for its immigrant population, this multicultural neighbourhood's fabric has been enriched by communities from India, Pakistan, Arab-speaking countries, and Africa. Explore its colorful twists and turns from the Passage Brady (known for great Indian
Hi ! If you go with Uber app you may pay between 10-15 euros one way, you can use a local taxi and pay between 8-12 € one way it depends on where you are on left bank. No need to ask the driver to wait for you, you'll find... More
Hi ! If you go with Uber app you may pay between 10-15 euros one way, you can use a local taxi and pay between 8-12 € one way it depends on where you are on left bank. No need to ask the driver to wait for you, you'll find plenty of taxis in the area as its near from to major train stations. enjoy !