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Always love going to markets especially in other countries. The food and alcohol available is always amazing and you just want to try it all. Vodka at 10 am was a tad early for me though. I bought some nice souvenirs here and salivated at...More
On Saturday mornings there is a lively food market - depending on the season you can get at least 6 (yes, six) different types of strawberries and other fruits. Vegetables including roasted beets and raw beets, jars of preserves, and fresh fish. Masses of flowers....More
French market which had an impressive selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, pastries, meats, seafood, cheese and condiments. Just wish we could have bought more and taken it all home. Recommend a visit.
What a beautiful market, flowers, breads, ham, cheeses, fish. All beautifully presented. The stalls empty quickly as the products are so good. It’s modern but still very traditional.
Lots of cafes and restaurants locally too.
So nice to see this building being used as a market again. When I lived here 20 years ago the building was tired and shabby - now it's restored and the market adds life and colour to the whole area. If you're in Reims on...More
Great place to spend some time feasting your eyes on the typically regional produce, from fruit and vegetables to freshly caught fish and seafood, amongst many other foods. Just watching and listening to the atmosphere is an experience in itself, but it's very hard to...More
Rarely can you go wrong with French markets and this one for fresh produce is no exception. From, mirabelles to smoked garlic, it has a wonderful selection of beautifully presented fruit, vegetables and charcuterie, which if, as me, you go around breakfast time, only serve...More
Went at 8.30 am Saturday morning along with the locals. Bustling market. Great interior, loved the Art Deco clock and window over entrance. Flat peaches, cherries, thickest white asparagus I have ever seen. Fresh fish stalls and wonderful poultry with Guinea fowl and quail. Little...More