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Marche d'Aligre, Paris

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Marche d'Aligre is a popular outdoor market in Paris where a friendly and energetic vibe brings a smile to travelers’ faces. Over 100 vendors wait for you here and offer up fresh fruits, vegetables, and buckets full of flowers. In addition, there are flea market booths that sell everything from books to clothing to small odds and ends. Search through these troves to find your own treasure.

It will not take too long to stroll through this most typical of French markets, which is anything but typical to visitors. This is one market that is not swarmed by tourists--locals frequent the scene, too! A visit to Marche d'Aligre represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Paris itinerary planning website to plot your vacation.
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  • When I arrive here in Paris, I always head to Marche the next day. I didn't meet Japanese before, so I was called out to Nihao. It will take 3.4 minutes to get to Rudoru Roand Metro Station. It became a recent custom to buy a croissant at Breshkre on the way and eat it in the park in front of me before. According to the reputation of the cheapest Marche in Paris, it sells vegetables and fruits piled up one after another. Because it is displayed roughly 1 kilogram, the customer puts as much as he wants in a hung plastic bag or a bag, and passes it to the shop. It is OK if you pay by weighing the number of grams and being told the amount. In autumn, you can find rare things such as mushrooms and sepp mushrooms. In Japan, you can also see flamboise, which is rarely seen in life. The shop will let you taste the mango and so on. Most people have shopping carts and large eco-bags and buy a lot of them.
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  • A colorful place with Provencal smells. An indoor market and an open-air market. Not in the center, but not so far from Bastille Square. Lots of fresh produce with prices ranging from high to tolerant. Life here boils, the noise does not stop. It's a pleasure to wander around the market and feel part of this Parisian bustling environment. Sit down to drink the tastiest coffee in the coffee shop.
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