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Top Choice Market in Bastille & Eastern Paris

Marché d’Aligre

A real favourite with Parisians, this chaotic street market's stalls are piled with fruit, vegetables and seasonal delicacies such as truffles. Behind them, specialist shops stock cheeses, coffee, chocolates, meat, …
Market in Le Marais, Ménilmontant & Belleville

Marché des Enfants Rouges

Built in 1615, Paris’ oldest covered market is secreted behind an inconspicuous green-metal gate. A glorious maze of 20-odd food stalls selling ready-to-eat dishes from around the globe (Moroccan couscous, Japanese …
Market in Le Marais, Ménilmontant & Belleville

Marché de Belleville

Belleville Market has filled busy thoroughfare bd de Belleville with open-air fruit, veg and other fresh-produce stalls since 1860. Shopping for food aside, it provides a fascinating entry into the large, vibrant co…
Market in Bastille & Eastern Paris

Marché Beauvau

This historic market hall, part of Bastille's busy Marché d'Aligre street market, shelters over a dozen permanent stands selling freshly shucked oysters, seafood, cheeses, pastas, charcuterie, poultry, game and othe…
Market in Bastille & Eastern Paris

Marché Bastille

If you only get to one open-air street market in Paris, this one – stretching between the Bastille and Richard Lenoir metro stations – is among the city's very best.
Market in Montmartre & Northern Paris

Marché St-Martin

This lovely covered market, built in 1859 and revamped in 1880, is a delightful spot to mooch around stalls selling high-quality food produce. Join locals afterwards for breakfast, brunch or a burger lunch at Allen'…
Market in Montmartre & Northern Paris

Marché Biologique des Batignolles

Abuzz with market stalls, this busy boulevard in northern Paris had its own covered market from 1846 until 1867 (when it shut and moved to its current location on nearby rue Lemercier). These days it’s the organic p…
Market in Montparnasse & Southern Paris

Marché Edgar Quinet

Opposite Tour Montparnasse, this open-air street market teems with neighbourhood shoppers. There’s always a great range of cheeses, as well as stalls sizzling up snacks to eat on the run, from crêpes to spicy falafe…
Market in Montmartre & Northern Paris

Marché St-Quentin

This iron-and-glass covered market, built in 1866, has the usual range of French specialities and produce, as well as affordable lunches at a variety of stalls (including African and Lebanese).
Market in Eiffel Tower & Western Paris

Marché Président Wilson

This open-air market across from Palais de Tokyo is the most convenient in the neighbourhood. Organic wines, heirloom vegetables and artisanal charcuterie are some of the many temptations.