Canal Organisation des Puces C.O.P-SARL, Villeurbanne
(3.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Canal Organisation des Puces C.O.P-SARL is located in Villeurbanne. Put Canal Organisation des Puces C.O.P-SARL and other Lyon attractions into our Lyon tour planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • a very good home flea CHANNEL! There is the price, then the discussion for the price, everything is possible! We drank coffee at the bar of cowboys and Indians. a good atmosphere!
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  • nothing special, everything breathes false at a price widely overrated, a real waste of time with people very unpleasant. We go from piles of trash in common objects, all at a price will at least deserves to smile. More and more far from the idea of the real flea markets... Good luck for the parking!
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  • Disappointing and yet black world. Atmosphere bobo for high prices, objects with no real history and questionable quality. An extension of super market. No actually this isn't what I wanted, very disappointed, and yet I China 40 years! Attention difficult Parking
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  • Fantastic flea market. We tour different ones around the world, but this was one of the best I've ever visited. The variety is stunning, the place is relatively organised and the sellers generally friendly.
  • While it is a little out of town (just take the T1 tramline to the very end and walk it, we found it okay) the Puces du Canal (Canal St Flea markets) were a fun day out. On a nice day, the stalls explode out into the open areas, selling everything you could possibly imagine, all sorts of bric-a-brac, antiques, militaria, everything. Inside the halls, more established stores show their wares, which tended to be things like furniture and more expensive antiques. Most of this stuff we just browsed, but we did buy a few things as souvenirs. Haggling does work - I'm no haggler, but I tried it and was successful. Fun. Go check it out.
  • Found this cycling during Euros. What a lunch/afternoon. Food ,dancing and laughing. I don't know what the restaurant is called but go there on a Saturday.
  • Very large flea market, very organized and well stocked. Also available are the places to eat, drink and rest. All price ranges!
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  • Very confusing and so many worthless objects retrieved from the trash. Nice shop of media used (in good condition), many furniture and especially many trattorias with special foods
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