Top Eight Paris Markets from Fat Tire Tours

Top Eight Paris Markets from Fat Tire Tours

Now what’s a trip to Paris without walking through a proper Parisian market? It’s an experience not to be missed! Parisian markets are the best place to see French culture up close and find fresh foods like cheeses, fruits, saucisson, baguettes, and other non-food items like scarves and accessories. The good news is almost every arrondissement has their own neighborhood market. Wherever you are staying in Paris, you will have access to an open-air market nearby so you can shop like a Parisian! These are the eight best markets in Paris you should try to visit.

Marché Saint-Eustache-Les-Halles (1st Arrondissement)

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Thursday 12:30pm – 8:30pm, Sunday 7am – 3pm
1er Arrondissement / Located between rue Rambuteau and rue de Jour
Nearest Metro: Les Halles (line 4)

Marché Maubert (5th Arrondissement)

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Tuesday, Thursday 7am – 2:30pm, Saturday 7am – 3pm
5ème Arrondissement / Located at Place Maubert
Nearest Metro: Maubert-Mutualité (line 10)

Marché Raspail (6th Arrondissement)

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Tuesday, Friday 7am – 2:30pm
6ème Arrondissement / Located on boulevard Raspail between the streets of Cherche-Midi and Rennes
Nearest Metro: Rennes (line 12)

Marché Saxe-Breteuil (7th Arrondissement)

Thursday 7am – 2:30pm, Saturday 7am – 3pm
7ème Arrondissement / Avenue Saxe
Nearest Metro: Ségur (line 10)

Marché Bastille (11th Arrondissement)

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Thursday 7am – 2:30pm, Sunday 7am – 3pm
11ème Arrondissement / Located on boulevard Richard Lenoir between rues Amelot and Saint-Sabin
Nearest Metro: Bastille (lines 1, 5, or 8)

Marché Edgar-Quinet (14th Arrondissement)

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Wednesday 7am – 2:30pm, Saturday 7am – 3pm
14ème Arrondissement / Located on the median of boulevard Edgar Quinet, between rue du Départ and Number 36
Nearest Metro: Edgar-Quinet (line 6)

Marché Grenelle (15th Arrondissement)

Wednesday 7am – 2:30pm, Sunday 7am – 3pm
15ème Arrondissement / Located on boulevard de Grenelle, between rue Lourmel and rue du Commerce
Nearest Metro: La Motte-Picquet Grenelle (line 6, 8, or 10)

Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen

Saturday, Sunday, Monday 9am – 7:30 pm
18ème Arrondissement / Located at 7 impasse Simon, 93400 Saint Ouen
Nearest Metro: Porte de Clignancourt (line 4)

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Did you know we offer a FREE weekly walk through this market on Wednesday and Sunday? If you want to join, you can reserve a spot by emailing [email protected]. We meet at 9:30am directly outside the Dupleix metro station. Please look for your guide holding up a Fat Tire Tours brochure. This market experience will provide a history of the Grenelle Market, the basic French sayings for how to purchase things, as well as local tips for finding the best quality products. Our goal is to be a bridge between the English-speaking traveler and Paris. This is free for our guests in order to enhance your Paris experience.

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