Marché aux Enfants Rouges
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Lonely Planet review
Built in 1615, Paris’ oldest covered market is secreted behind an inconspicuous green metal gate – and for good reason. A glorious maze of 20-odd food stalls selling ready-to-eat dishes from around the globe, it is a great place to come for a meander and munch with locals. Grab a Moroccan couscous or Caribbean platter and consume at communal tables.