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We stopped by and browsed after having spent the day at the Palace. This is only a few minutes walk away. The selection of foods on offer in les halles was mouthwatering. We picked up a few bits for our evening meal. The non-food items...More
If you love to browse and/or buy local food this is the place. Closed Monday, the full market is Tuesday and Thursday (not sure about Sunday). Full market has all the open air space filled with vegetables, cheese, roast chicken, olives, etc. the halls are...More
The food markets located is the Notre-Dame district of Versailles. It's very large which mainly consists of 4 large warehouses selling all types of food. The outside square also has an open air market selling clothes etc etc. The day I visited it was extremely...More
We were lucky to be staying just around the corner from the market. We bought dinner there every day. There are four permanent building with great fresh food and helpful staff. On Friday there was a v popular produce market.
I guess most visitors just...More
There are 4 permanent halls to the market with every kind of cheese, meat, or fish you could imagine, from Gaperon d'Auvergne to chevreuil and sea urchins. Friday is also the outside market with fruit and vegetables a well as more ,local produce. Forget the...More
The market is busy with vendors shouting out specials and lower prices as closing time nears. This is a place for locals to shop for produce, meat, fish, cheese and other items such as wine. It is a lot of fun to browse here, and...More
No I'm afraid the full market day is on Fridays only. I don't know if the covered market is open for the rest of the week. Perhaps there is a tourist office in Versailles which could better answer your question. It would... More
No I'm afraid the full market day is on Fridays only. I don't know if the covered market is open for the rest of the week. Perhaps there is a tourist office in Versailles which could better answer your question. It would be worth the effort.