Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen, Saint Ouen
(3.5/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen is the most famous flea market in Paris--a grouping of 2,500 to 3,000 stalls selling everything from priceless antiques and vintage clothing to eclectic odds and ends. Mondays are typically the best days for bargain seekers, when the crowds are smaller. Bartering may come more easily if you can speak French, but language barriers are easily surpassed in this vast market. Arrange to visit Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen and other attractions in Saint Ouen using our Saint Ouen trip itinerary builder.
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  • We were led to believe that the market was open Sat/Sun for traders and Monday for the public. We may have got this wrong but by midday on the Monday the indoor markets were only about 20% open. If we...  more »
  • To get to the market itself, to get out of the subway, you have to go through a camelodromo, somewhat intimidating. The stallholders of the brocante, as the French refer to products used fairs aren't exactly and behave as if they were selling a favor to you. Often, they send you back later because at that point will take a while. However, it has good products like the christofle silver, which although not cheap, has a good cost-benefit ratio.
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  • I have been in many markets. This is not necesary to go. I prefer the one in Madrid or better of all Trastevere market in Rome. Many shops opened so late. And staff no good,even dirty, andmany clothes...  more »
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  • Lots of fun to wander around. However, we did get the impression that certain items were over priced. For example, a taxidermy flamingo at a antique place here was priced at $8000. Same type of creation was only a couple thousand at Deyrolle (I think that is the correct spelling). Nonetheless, place is a lot of fun!
  • We love this market. True flea market. Pleasant, authentic cafés, some wig live music.
  • Great flea market best finds are in side the antique area mostly new stuff around the outside food look for pop up kebab stand
  • Ok place, lot of overpriced junk and antiques, too many high-street clothes stalls. Some nice spots a bit off the beaten track, a couple of decent military surplus shops ( if you are into it). Take your time and don't hesitate to skip the uninteresting parts.
  • Perfect place to find anything you want, especially at malassy !