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Marche rue de Buci, Paris

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.2/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web
If you’d like to shop and still experience an authentic Paris scene, head over to Marche rue de Buci, a traditional market street in the chic St-Germain-des-Prés district. This site makes a relaxing area to stroll and simply take in the scene. Seasonal fruits and vegetables cover tabletops, and chickens spin on the rotisserie. One stall is entirely devoted to big bouquets of fresh flowers.

When you go, keep in mind that stands tend to close for lunch, so find one of the nearby restaurants or cafés for a delicious meal of your own. Sundays and Monday mornings tend to be the least crowded time to visit. Put Marche rue de Buci on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Paris family vacation planner.
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  • Cafes / remains with all level. Look there no prices, just look for a table that never vacated. Bars, restaurants, fruits, vegetables, cheese, flowers, snails everything is there. There is also ice-cream parlours, kiosks of all. but the main thing is to be in a table outside and watching...!" There goes all over the world... "diplomats, businesspeople, Bohemian, models and actors, all marching in that big runway glamour."
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  • Several nice stores, a very nice Paul bakery, around the corner from Eglise St. Germain des Pres and great vibe. Comfortable, quiet, authentic and affordable. 10 minutes from Notre Dame and miles away...  read more »
  • Outdoors Buci arrange cute street market farm products. Everything is always fresh and aromatic. On ordinary days, too crowded to the number of cafes and tourists.
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