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Marché biologique Raspail, Paris

(4.6/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
Created in 1920, Marché biologique Raspail is one of the trendiest and most legitimate organic markets in the city. Take tote bag or basket and experience some of the freshest produce around. You can find fresh, great-tasting fruits and vegetables just delivered from local gardens that morning. You can even buy products from around the world!

In addition, it’s not unusual to spot celebrities as they do their shopping, too. About forty vendors comprise the market and offer the finest in fresh, healthy produce. Put Marché biologique Raspail into our Paris tourist route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Paris.
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  • It is biomarsche on Sunday. As you exit the Metro station was a front. It was fun just watching the ones I had imagined Paris dining table. Find a store that sells the Noisette love in various forms, I bought a lot. Guyer and tart bio I feel. Termini stylish guests we had, but I like Asian women travellers who also shop and excellent.
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  • Rennes metro station is easily accessible with this market, everything is so clean, fresh and organic. Even out and walk around a pleasure. Products of very high quality and beautiful, but expensive, saying let's terminate. It's a good place to interesting and enthusiast.
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  • This market is held on Sunday mornings in the grassy median of the busy Blvd. Raspail, between the rue de Rennes and the rue du Cherche-Midi in the 6th arrondissement. It is chock full of wonderful pr...  more »