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Visit of the flea market in Paris - Porte de Clignancourt

A walk to the flea market located between Saint-Ouen and the Porte de Clignancourt.

The flea market is the largest antique market in the world according to the publicity. Access is easy from the Porte de Clignancourt metro station (line 4). When leaving the metro, just follow the signs to the flea market. The market is very touristic, the signage is very good and it is easy to find your way.

The flea market is made up of several markets spread throughout the district. Each market has several dozen antique shops of a few square meters. Entrance to the markets is free. The markets operate mostly on weekends - practical information.

In addition to the antique markets, there are more traditional clothing and shoe markets.

The mix of clothing and antique markets makes this place a special place with many different types of people. Don't expect a very fancy place when coming to the flea market.

There are a lot of hawkers trying to sell you perfume or watches. Most of what is sold by these vendors is counterfeit.

A place to discover on a Sunday morning.

Interest: ratingvery good (4 users)
Difficulty: difficulty
Duration: 3 h.

The comments

Inconnu02/14/2022 20:34:50 rating great

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Clothing stores

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Clothing stores
The local shops take advantage of the market's affluence and set up shop outside along the road.

Clothing market

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Clothing market
For more than a kilometre there is a clothing market along the avenue, in fact it is the traders who occupy the street, the competition must be tough, many sports shoes and leather jackets.

Brocante

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Brocante
There are also second-hand shops outside the markets.

Paul Bert Street

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Paul Bert Street
The shops outside the Paul Bert market.

An example of a shop

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An example of a shop
At the Paul Bert market the shops are not large but offer a wide range of items. The Paul Bert market is the market of trends. The difference between all markets is not obvious.

Church furniture

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Church furniture
A shop in the Paul Bert market. We don't think about it enough but why not put a stained glass window or an altar in our living room.

Paul Bert market sign

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Paul Bert market sign
There are signs everywhere to guide you to the different markets. The opening hours can be seen on the picture.

The alleys of the Paul Bert market

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The alleys of the Paul Bert market
The Paul Bert market communicates with the Serpette market (covered) which is the market for art lovers.

Biron Market

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Biron Market
The Biron market is a long street lined with shops. Each market is specialised, this one has shops selling quality furniture and art objects.

A much less touristy market

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A much less touristy market
On Sundays there are markets all over the neighborhood where people sell anything and everything. A bit further away, under the tunnel of the ring road, there are individuals who try to sell objects (shoes, batteries, old PCs...).

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