paris street market

Paris Street Markets : The Top 8!

Looking for some fresh French food? Read this guide!

The BIO Paris street market: Marché Raspail

This elegant market showcases the higher quality food that Paris is known for so the products are a bit expensive. But the big bonus is that only natural products with no GMO or pesticides and no animal testing are accepted in this street market.

Marché bio Raspail
Boulevard Raspail
Sundays from 9 to 2pm

Flower & birds market at Île de la Cité

What a beautiful name .. this street market specializes in birds (rare ones too) and flowers. You also can find small animals to provide company in your Parisian flat. Located at Ile de la cité, which is in a beautiful district, surrounded by the Seine.

Marché aux Fleurs de l’Île de la Cité
Place Louis Lépine et Quai de la Corse – 4e
Flowers: every day from 8 to19h30
Birds: Sunday from 8 to 19h

Market on the Water

The concept of this market is that the food is brought by boat to la Rotonde, in Paris. You can find fresh and local products, from Tuesday to Saturday, at place de la Rotonde. You can apply to the association to enjoy special prices.

Marché sur l’Eau
Distribution on the terrace of the Rotonde de la Villette
Tuesday from 18h to 20h only for subscribers
Saturday from 11h30 to 13h30 for everyone

Old book market at Georges Brassens

For book lovers and collectors… The smell of old paper is everywhere. This market is a must-see, beautiful place full of books.
Marché du livre ancien et d’occasion George Brassens
104, rue Brancion – 14e
Saturday & Sunday from 9h to 18h

Enfants Rouges Market

The oldest covered street market in Paris, dating back to 400 years ago! This market offers a wide variety of food, from Italian to African. You can both eat prepared meals or buy ingredients at this market.

Le marché des Enfants Rouges
39, rue de Bretagne – 3rd District

The Cheapest Paris Street Market: Berthier

The cheapest Paris street market: le marché Berthier! At this market you can buy fruits & vegetable from just one euro for a kilogram. These prices are only at the end of the market at 13h30 the Wednesday and at 2pm the Saturday.

Marché Berthier
Boulevard de Reims – 17e

Puces de Saint-Ouen

This is a very famous Paris street market. You can go for a walk in this area during the weekends to find a special object you will keep in your cozy flat: baubles, vintage furniture, music instrument… You can find everything.

Puces de Saint-Ouen

Between the porte de Saint-Ouen and the Porte de Clignancourt
From Saturday to Monday from 9h to 18h (11h on Monday)

Aligre Market

This Paris street market has a very nice atmosphere. The traders here are willing to haggle and will offer you tastings of their wares.

2 markets : one covered and the other one on the street.

Marché d’Aligre

Place d’Aligre – 12e
From Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 to 13h, 16h to 19h30 (Sunday until13h30)