Avignon Les Halles, Avignon
Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
The old world charm of France is reinstated and rekindled whenever one thinks of Avignon Les Halles, the largest marketplace there. It has served as a hangout hub for the residents of the historic commune of Avignon. Their reputation has been established by authors such as Peter Mayle or Jean Viard . The northern facade of 6 ha (6,458 square ft.) is covered with a green wall designed by Patrick Blanc. Its authenticity makes it a major tourist attraction. It is better known as the city of the popes. The chief commodities traded here are bread, cheese, fruits, vegetables, poultry, baked goods, deli, olives, shells, flowers, and organic and exotic products. Citizens are usually butchers, fishmongers, creamer, caterer or cellar. Plan your visit to Avignon Les Halles and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Avignon trip itinerary maker.
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Visite au palais des cinq sens .... Belle ambiance au milieu de ces étals plus beaux les uns que les autres . Une superbe palette de produits régionaux. A voirVisit the Palace of the five senses... Nice atmosphere in the middle of these most beautiful stalls than the other. A superb range of regional products. Seeshow original
Wir waren zu dritt hier auf diesem Markt und kauften uns einen Tag vor der Abreise noch ein sehr gutes Brot und Oliven, eine Wurst und "creme aux marrons". Ales ist sehr lecker, leider waren auch eini... read more »We were three here on this market and bought a very good bread and olives, a sausage and "Crème aux swamplands" us one day before departure. Ales is very tasty, unfortunately were some guided tours of the Hall and it filled, sometimes rather unfavorable standing the course from stand to stand.show original
The traders were great and we had tried a number of olives and tapenade. You can get all local produce there. Great to visit if you have time.
A good food market selling a pleasing array of products.
Great produce. Don't miss the quiche stand.
it is good with cheap parking available above the market. however we r a bit disappointed that there are not a lot to choose from compared to other french markets we went
Nice local market yet tourists friendly. If you are to cook during your stay, try this...before 1pm.
Arnaud GhalebI love this place a Avignon, its location, its plant wall, and its proposals. a true social gastronomy place.show original
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