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Marche Richard Lenoir, Paris

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Marche Richard Lenoir is one of the most popular flea markets in Paris, holding some real treasures for collectors. Beginning beneath the famous monument at the Place de la Bastille, you can explore two long alleyways of unique items and tempting French gourmet products. If you prefer, take a moment to stop and watch the street entertainers and musicians.

The dozens of stalls include a praised wine seller specializing in rare vintages, Eduard Mace, and Jacky Lorenzo, Paris' most famous fishmonger. Sunday morning is the best time to visit Marche Richard Lenoir, when locals come to socialize and shop. Some stalls sell North African products and other international fare as well. Arrange to visit Marche Richard Lenoir and other attractions in Paris using our Paris itinerary builder.
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  • This market is open on Thursdays and Saturdays. It stretches for over a block and is a little overwhelming. But you can get everything you need here - fruit, vegetables, honey, bread, fish, cheeses, c...  more »
  • This is nice Sunday morning market to go to (opens early, we got there at 7:30 ) It has a variety of products from cheese to meat, fish and see food, fruits, clothing (I think...)  more »
  • Famous for bio products, this is my favorite among Paris' outdoor markets. It's huge and one can find just about any food product. The beautiful display of fish made me cry with delight.  more »