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Flea Markets

Still, it is great fun diving into the colourful world of the flea market. Junk, knicknacks and trinkets, Granddad’s old clothes. Most marchés aux puces (flea markets) go back a long way, but they’re not old hat yet!

Puces de Clignancourt Saint-Ouen
The largest and most famous of all Parisian flea markets. More than 3,000 stalls!
Saturday-Monday: 7am-7pm.
(M° Porte de Clignancourt)

Puces de Vanves
Professional,established traders as well as stall holders for the day only lend a special charm to this market.
Av. de la Porte de Vanves 75014 Paris.
Saturday/Sunday: 7am-7.30pm
(M° Porte de Vanves)

Marché de Montreuil 
Under the motorway flyover. Junk at giveaway prices.
Av. de la Porte de Montreuil 75020 Paris.
Saturday/Sunday: 7am-7pm
(M° Porte de Montreuil).

Stamp Market 
Carré Marigny 75008 Paris - Corner of Avenue Marigny with Avenue Gabriel
Thursday/Saturday/Sunday mornings and on holidays.
(M° Champs-Elysées - Clemenceau).

Flower Market and Bird Market 
Market selling birds and small pets and animals. Sunday 8am-7pm.
Flower market: Wednesday- Saturday: 8am-7.30pm.
Fragrant. Twitters and chirps. Bunnies and guinea pigs.
Île de la Cité, Place Louis Lupine 75004 Paris
(M° Cité).

Le Village St-Paul 
Spread across small interlinked courtyards, this colony of antique sellers is a promising source of 30s and '50s furniture, kitchenware and wine gadgets.
Rue St-Paul, rue Charlemagne and quai des Célestins, 75004 Paris
Hours: Mon. - Sat., 10am to 7:00 pm.
(M° Pont Marie).