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Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen

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This huge flea market, just north of the 18th Arrondissement, has been operating in some form since the Middle Ages.
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  • Excellent42%
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  • Average13%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible3%
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Rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint Ouen, France
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+33 1 40 11 77 36
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 23 March 2015

I've been here 3 times over the years and each time I come, I have an even better time because I have my routine down more each time. It is easy to have a bad experience here because of the nature of the neighborhood, or...More

50  Thank catluvr914
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 8 July 2014

Had I known more what to expect (my fault), I'd have just gotten good directions to the flea market and gone without the guide. Guide doesn't add much value. However, I would recommend females not go alone and only in daylight. From the metro stop...More

18  Thank WRNE
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All reviews flea market t shirts marche aux puces won t sunday morning pick pockets high end all sorts the main street paul bert antique furniture bring home we spent hours metro line beautiful items this place is huge vintage items
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We hit the markets with a bit of a plan of what we were looking for and which markets were most likely to have it. Each of the markets has a rough theme so with a bit of preparation you can get into the right...More

Thank tanyaa317
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is not just one market, it is fourteen! So look into their homepage and choose which ones to visit. There are everything from regular flea markets to stalls with exclusive antiques. We liked the Vernaison market with affordable antiques. Prices are negotiable, but high...More

Thank Katarina D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

To be fair - I’m just rating the market before the antique market . . . I was chasing a nostalgic dream . . . Used to come from time to time as an au pair, then student in Paris 30 odd years ago and...More

Thank KrystynaK514
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I agree to the review its highly over rated and over priced. I have shopped at various fleas around the world but this is really over priced to the core. I took all the trouble and finally reached, and found stuff in astronomical prices as...More

Thank Rajiv R
Reviewed 4 October 2018 via mobile

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

3  Thank Sarah M
Reviewed 4 October 2018

Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen is not really a flea market but more of a series of high-end, multi-dealer antique malls. I think people go there expecting to find flea market bargains and are disappointed to discover that this is not the reality. You will...More

1  Thank jillsthename
Reviewed 25 September 2018

Don’t be fooled by the fake goods at the outer edges of the Marche, dive into the little alleyways and enjoy hunting for unusual European trinkets and finds! This was terribly entertaining on a Monday! And very very nice dealers. Enjoy! This was my second...More

Thank dimarti60
Reviewed 16 September 2018

As an antiques lover, I was curious to see if this market lives up to its reputation, and boy does it ever. Huge huge huge - we spent 4 hrs and barely scratched the surface. The Marches all annex from Rue Rosiers which is a...More

2  Thank antiquesfreak
Reviewed 13 September 2018

You really need to allocate a whole day. We had a rushed 4 hours and didnt see it all. So many things to see. We found a piece of African art/sculpture that we had seen and coveted in a shop in Sante Fe for 2-3x...More

3  Thank sccrref
Reviewed 9 September 2018

This is a really fantastic outdoor flea market selling anything and everything. The quality of many of the goods and antiques are excellent. My wife and I spent several hours browsing through here and you will definitely find something. If you are looking for serious...More

1  Thank Howard S
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theodoraphng
7 August 2018|
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Response from Peripatetic_Engineer | Reviewed this property |
To get to the antique market you have to pass an outdoor area that sells knockoff goods. It would be a problem buying from these stalls, but continue past them to the antique dealers.
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6 March 2018|
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The best way is to take bus number 85 it brings you in center of antiques market without walking from metro
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Response from Robiacn | Reviewed this property |
The best is to come Saturday and Sunday, best way is to catch bus number 85 it brings you in the center of antiques shops, safe of course, by metro you have to walk a bit threw other markets from clothes (a bit more dirty... More
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