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Rungis Market, Rungis

(3.7/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Rungis Market is the world's largest wholesale market for fresh produce. In fact, fish, meat, fruits, vegetables, cheese, and fresh flowers are sold here every day in quantities so large an entire train station and highway exit have been built to serve it. You may have a hard time visiting this site without planning ahead. Keep in mind no passenger trains or buses go here, as well as most taxis, and you need a card to enter. Despite these troubles, Rungis Market is a piece of heaven for any travelling gourmet.

From this venue, you may be able to see the Eiffel Tower and the Tour Montparnasse on the horizon before entering. Inside, the market serves clients from some of the best restaurants in Paris, and only the freshest, highest quality products are sold.

It is recommended you look into a private Rungis tour guide, who could help you arrange transportation and entrance cards. Plan your visit to Rungis Market and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Rungis trip generator.
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  • I wanted to discover this market which I saw a story on TV. Get up to 04.00 a.m., I wasn't. So I decided to go there on my own. Very bad idea... Galley to get there by public transport. I had booked a restaurant in the market at 12.00. There is nothing, desert at 11.00. It really must make the effort to get up very early for a group tour and guide. It's certainly worth.
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  • Is above all that we can imagine: a city within a city. It moves, his Cree, it sells...
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  • atypical, beautiful place visit a little too short but we will come back. A place to live or is large and disproportionate. Visit with a local if we bit, places are really revealed.
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