Avignon Les Halles, Avignon

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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. Use Inspirock's suggestions to plan your Avignon trip and find the best activities and attractions for your vacation.
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  • October 3, 2017
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  • October 1, 2017
    Variety of products and seasons there is everywhere, we even don't know where to turn the head to find what you want
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  • September 30, 2017
    Just by strolling! We have bought olives, sausage and cheese... lecker...und absolutely normal prices!
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  • September 3, 2017
    Don't miss out on this quintessentially French experience! Whether you're putting together a tasty selection of wine, cheese and charcuterie for a picnic or laying in a shop for your kitchen, there is something mouthwatering waiting for you to discover! Plus small restaurant stalls with tapas, oysters and more!!
  • June 26, 2017
    Love markets and as alwYs go as early as you can. Less crowded and more choice. I noticed the butchers cut cured and cooked meats thick so either ask for fewer slices or to cut them thinner or you end up with too much food. There are great condiments on offer too along with breads and sweets. All you need for a lavish pic nic. Don't expect cheap though.
  • July 3, 2017
    Medium size market, with very good range of different products, parking also good. A bit of tourist attraction, but fully working, awsome local market. Worth a visit to eat something, do the shopping or just wander around.
  • June 14, 2017
    Awesome fresh produce. We picked up enough fresh cheese, meats, spread, olives and bread for €15 for 3 people. Shop owners very welcoming and even let us sample some products.
  • July 29, 2017
    Its a nice place, fresh fruit, vegetables. Fresh pastries and bread. It is good to see.

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