Paris Flea Market
Paris Saint-Ouen Flea Market
The Marché aux Puces or Flea Market in Paris Saint-Ouen is the place with the highest concentration of antique dealers and second-hand shops in the world.
It is the most famous flea market in Paris, with more than 5 million visitors per year.
The biggest street market in Paris
More than just a market, it is a complex of around 3,000 stalls and shops that operate on the northern fringe of the city and that has already become legendary.
At present it consists of twelve covered markets together, five shopping streets and merchants who set up their most informal stalls on the sidewalks.
What you can buy at Marché aux Puces
Antiques, clothing, furniture and accessories.
You can find common things in the markets such as new and used adult and children’s clothing, furniture, decorative objects such as old moldings or mirrors, super old cans, dolls with more than 100 years, valuable illustrations at fantastic prices and many more things, everything you can imagine.
Visit it early, there is a lot to see, and it fills up, so the “traffic” of onlookers and buyers may make us a little impatient.
Understood by several streets. You can find it a few meters from the Porte de Clignancourt metro exit. You walk towards the corner formed by Bd Périphérique and Av. Michelet, in Saint-Ouen, France. We leave you this map.
Friday from 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. m.
Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Porte de Clignancourt, Garibaldi
See all the markets of Paris.
Other markets in Paris
Mercado Bastille / Popincourt
The Bastille and Popincourt markets are held on different days of the week in the same area of Bastille.
Mercado Les Enfants Rouges
Old covered market with stalls selling fresh produce and food from many corners of the world.