Visit to Paris - Porte de Clignancourt flea market

A walk to the most famous flea market of Paris located near Saint-Ouen.

The flea market is the largest market of antiques in the world. Access is easy from the "Porte de Clignancourt" (line 4) metro. At the exit of the subway just follow the signs to the flea market. The market is very touristy, the signage is very good and it is easy to find.

The flea market is made up of several markets across the town. Each market includes dozens of shops of antiques. The entrance to the market is free. Markets are opened mostly on weekends - practical information.

In addition to antiques markets you can find clothing and shoes shops.

The mix of clothing and antique markets makes this place a special place combining several types of population. Don't expect a very fancy place.

Near the flea market, there are a lot of sellers trying to sell you perfume or watches. Most of the products that these sellers sold are counterfeit.

A place to discover the time on a Sunday morning.

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Duration: 3 h.

Clothing stores

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Clothing stores
There many shops along the road to go to the flea market (marché au puces in French).

Clothing market

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Clothing market
Many clothing shops, be careful there are many vendors in the streets that sell fake bags or fake shirts (counterfeit). Sometimes it’s painful to avoid them.

Antique dealers

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Antique dealers
There are also antique shops outside of the flea markets.

The road Paul Bert

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The road Paul Bert
The shops outside the market Paul Bert. Each market has its own name.

A shop

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A shop
Difficult to find a difference between the different markets.

Church furniture

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Church furniture
A shop in the Paul Bert market. You can find almost everything in these markets.

Market Panel Paul Bert

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Market Panel Paul Bert
There are signs everywhere guiding you on the various markets. Opening hours are shown in the picture.

The alley of the market Paul Bert

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

The Bironvmarket

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The Bironvmarket
Biron market is a long street lined with shops.

A much less touristy market

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A much less touristy market
On Sundays there are markets all over the neighbourhood where people sell everything and anything. A bit away under the tunnel you can find individuals who are trying to sell many objects (shoes, batteries, old PC...).
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