Paris – Porte de Vanves. The weekend flea market near the Porte de Vanves metro stop in Paris is one of the very best in France, in terms of size and the eclectic nature of its wares. On Saturday and Sunday (Saturday is perhaps busier) morning, more than 300 vendors set up here until around 1pm (though a small number stay later).
The most famous flea market in Paris is the one at Porte de Clignancourt, officially called Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, but known to everyone as Les Puces (The Fleas).
Parisians will tell you that the Puces de Vanves is of the old spirit, and is their favorite flea market.
There is no place like Paris, even when it comes to thrifty shopping, and you can find droolworthy items from Paris flea markets, and at least come home with ideas how to bring the Paris flea market style for your home.
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For when I go to Paris one day: Les Puces de Saint-Ouen Market, which is the biggest flea market in the world. The market is open: Saturdays 9h to 18h, Sundays 10h to 18h, Mondays 11h to 5h.