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Rue Poncelet Market, Paris

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If you’re looking to experience a traditional market, head over to Rue Poncelet Market. This site is particularly inviting as it is a combination of produce stalls lined up alongside some of the best food stores in the city.

Rue Poncelet Market offers you the freshest fruits, vegetables, meats, seafood, wines, cheeses, pastries, bakeries, and so much more. You can purchase a straw basket for just 10 euros and then weave yourself through the crowd of French food lovers to collect any food and goodies your heart desires.

This market destination tends to be a bit more upscale than its area counterparts, so expect prices slightly higher than usual. Arrange your visit to Rue Poncelet Market and discover more family-friendly attractions in Paris using our Paris travel itinerary maker.
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  • A beautiful market, as colorful as fragrant, rich of many traders. Not huge, but more than enough. Obviously, we should not look for bargains, but rather good products...
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  • Beautifully small market in passage Poncelet just off Wagram, you will find everything you want and need from fresh meat to gorgeous vegetables, from fresh fish to a wide variety of cheese, from fresh...  more »
  • Somewhat subjective my review, since I've worked here for 5 years. There's some very good deals, especially the cheese dairy is recommended. As a tourist the visit worthwhile, because here mostly real Parisians go shopping.
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