Haul a smorgasbord of French goodies home with a little help from this old-style sweets shop. Standout sugar highs include teardrop-shaped calissons d'Aix, made from marzipan, and Breton-style salted caramels. For p…
For a smaller scene than Toulouse's main market Marché Victor Hugo, browse the produce – and miscellany such as antique books, stamps and coins – at this covered market south of place de la Trinité.
Candied orange slices robed in dark chocolate, salted caramel ganache, and nutty Florentines as big as your hand are among the mouthwatering edible gifts on offer here. Such a pity they're too delicious to survive t…
This button-cute péniche (river barge) sells everything from herbal tea to bath soaps scented with Toulouse’s trademark flower, the violet. It's moored opposite the corner of bd Bonrepos and allée Jean Jaurès.
France's first organic market has been going strong for 30 years. Arrive early to fondle fresh veggies and stock up on organic beer, wine, cheese, honey and more.
Rummage through jewellery stalls, boxes of vinyl, vintage knick-knack displays and more at this 80-stall market each Wednesday.
This small antiquarian book market takes place outside the cathedral each Saturday; arrive early for the best finds.