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All reviews flea market stall holders vintage clothing stalls selling lovely market household items silk scarf happy shopping neat things metro line lots of fun interesting things speak french pick pockets bargains vendors bargaining
In a bad area of town and very overpriced. Walking from the subway stop to the flea market was the Only time in all of Paris that I felt uneasy. I’m sure the market is quaint but having to walk thru a mile of pushy...More
I love this smaller more curated market. Unlike the bigger ones that sell a lot of modern, never-used junk, this has plenty of vintage treasures. I thoroughly enjoy walking around this market even if I don't find anything to take home.
I love to go to this flea market when in Paris and I always find something. It had been a long time since I have been to Paris in April, but this year my sister and I were there and we did not even see...More
The Marche aux Puces is fantastic. It's a huge Flea Market or Trash and Treasure.
Ive been twice now and I love the atmosphere and browsing the rows of market tables filled with books, furniture, jewellery, clothes, shoes, tools, records, fine china, artwork, antiques, stalls...More
My husband and I visited here last Sunday. The first market we visited was Marche Biron, where the items are superb quality but with astronomical prices to match (guide prices: mirrors E25k, bombe chests E45k, canteen of French silver gilt cutlery E65k). As we buy...More
I am a connoisseur of flea markets. lol I've been to this one before and found good stuff each time. Like any flea market, it can be hit or miss. There is a variety of items available. The prices are high compared to the flea...More
- Easy bus or metro access
- not junk, lots of really nice pieces (some too large for tourists to get, but lots of smaller pieces)
- it may take going along the entire row to find that one small perfect piece.
Response from Christine G | Reviewed this property |
The market at Vanves runs every weekend morning, all year. If I were you, and in Paris in early June, I'd look at "Aladin" online for "Ile de France" to see what brocantes are going on. Some of the "vide greniers... More
The market at Vanves runs every weekend morning, all year. If I were you, and in Paris in early June, I'd look at "Aladin" online for "Ile de France" to see what brocantes are going on. Some of the "vide greniers" can be better places to find good stuff at v. reasonable prices than most flea markets.