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Marche d'Aligre, Paris

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Marche d'Aligre is a popular outdoor market in Paris where a friendly and energetic vibe brings a smile to travelers’ faces. Over 100 vendors wait for you here and offer up fresh fruits, vegetables, and buckets full of flowers. In addition, there are flea market booths that sell everything from books to clothing to small odds and ends. Search through these troves to find your own treasure.

It will not take too long to stroll through this most typical of French markets, which is anything but typical to visitors. This is one market that is not swarmed by tourists--locals frequent the scene, too! Plan your Marche d'Aligre visit and explore what else you can see and do in Paris using our Paris vacation generator.
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  • We walked to the Marché Aligre from the south side of the Pont Neuf. It was Sunday and it was a brisk and cool day for a visit to the market. And Sunday is the best day to go, if you want to see a nei...  more »
  • Foreign market gives water to the mouth so much fruits and vegetables have fresh air and to point! The fishmongers had also the beautiful goods - impeccable oysters! But it was a disappointment to see that the covered market is closed following a fire! When reopening?!
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  • A real cheap, colorful, lively, popular! Staked to shops and bistros (handy) and completed a garage sale/yard sale space to hunt around a bit. A must for his soul and his prices low to very low. I'm loyal to it. Open day, except Monday, from 7:30 to 14:30. (W - e, the traffic is dense...).
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  • The market is complete, the prices are soft, fruit and vegetables of season, y'a bio too, I just want to know if there is an organized recycling or not too?
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  • The cheapest tianguis in central Paris
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