French Market.

French Market. Photo: J. Chung

The markets in Paris are beautiful sights that pop up in the morning and are dismantled by the early afternoon, so be sure you get there on time!  In Paris there are markets every day of the week in different locations. Here is a rundown of the most popular ones:

Marché Bastille

Boulevard Richard Lenoir, between rue Amelot and rue Saint-Sabin (Metro: Bastille)

Runs Thursdays 7-2:30 pm and Sundays 7-3 pm

Marché Raspail

Boulevard Raspail, between rue du Cherche-Midi and rue de Rennes (Metro: Rennes)

Tuesdays and Fridays 7-2:30 pm

Organic market runs Sundays 9-2:00 pm

Marché Monge

Place Monge (Metro: Place Monge)

Runs Wednesdays and Fridays 7-2:00 pm and Sundays 7-3:00 pm

Marché Maubert

Place Maubert (Metro: Maubert-Mutualité)

-Tuesday and Thursdays 7-2:30 pm and Saturdays 7-3:00 pm

Marché Président Wilson

Avenue du Président Wilson, between rue Debrousse and Place d’Iéna (Metro: Alma-Marceau, Iéna)

-Wednesdays 7-2:30 pm and Saturdays 7-3:00 pm

Marché Saxe-Breteuil

Avenue de Saxe (Metro: Ségur)

-Thursdays 7-2:30 pm and Saturdays 7-3:00 pm

Marché d’Aligre

Place d’Aligre and Rue d’Aligre (south of Rue du Faubourg Saint Antoine,  west of Avenue Ledru-Rollin. Metro: Ledru-Rollin or Faidherbe-Chaligny

One of my favourite wine bars that has great oysters is in this market: Baron Rouge.

-Tuesday-Sundays 9:00-1:00 pm



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