Located in the IV Arrondissement of Paris, The Villiage hosts a small flea market. Unfortunately I can't find any information on how often it is held. However, there are lots of great small antique, art, and decor stores there that are open on the weekend. It's a great spot to grab an espresso and browse like a local. We were lucky enough to have stay just a few blocks from here, and saw a banner advertising the flea market. The market itself is small but interesting. Furniture, antiques, vintage jewelry and art. It is not one of my favorite markets, but it is a great area to explore!
A HUGE flea market that rambles through old town during the second Friday & Saturday of May and September, it is awesome! I went with my mom and sister to this one and they were amazed! Definitely carry a roller bag for this one as the market is huge and if you find lots of things you will need to get them back to your hotel. I won't even begin to list what was available, but there was a huge variety. Vendors were willing to negotiate and we got great deals as a group, purchasing multiple items together. My only regret is that we went on Saturday, thinking that it was a weekend market; however, it actually begins on Friday and ends on Saturday. I would have loved to have seen what was available at the beginning. Definitely one not to miss!
This market was an adventure from the start. One of my best friends met me in Prague, and we both thought it would be really fun to see what the Czechs had to offer. Although the market itself wasn't great, we had a blast! The metro goes to Kolbenova station and drops you off about 100 yards from the entrance. It is derelict, dilapidated, and entirely charming in its own way. Only go in good weather though, as the ground isn't paved. Many of the items were grossly overpriced, but my friend found some great vintage posters from the 1940s for a great price. If you don't make it out here, you're not missing much. There are many better markets at which you can spend your money. Although the adventure of it was priceless!
We visited this Market in early September and had luck that it had only sprinkled that morning. I'm not sure if that put off the vendors, as on Saturday it only held a handful of sellers and on Sunday it was fairly full but without a whole lot of selection. It held mostly clothes, jewelry, kids items and a sprinkling of small household items. We weren't particularly impressed with the selection but maybe it was just the season??? The indoor market that dominates the square was pretty great; it houses specialty food shops, a few cafe/restaurants, and great architecture! There are also some fun indoor junk shops in the area that were fun to explore. Definitely with the trip just for the indoor market and, hey, you never know what treasure might be waiting!
Held every Tuesday and Saturday from dawn until dusk, this market has something for everyone. We arrived shortly after 10AM, and the market was bustling. From old hardware, toys, CDs, beautiful cashmere scarves, to art, ceramics, antique presses and scales, it was easy to find things that we longed to take home. My only regret is that we were flying Ryan Air with carry-on baggage only, making most of my would-be purchases unattainable. The prices are good and the people friendly. There are a few cafés that run on the outskirts, but nobody inside the market sells food or beverages. My husband and I both thoroughly enjoyed this market, and found a few great things for my vintage-themed office. Larger than the market in Brussels, this may be one of my favorite international flea markets. Not to mention that it is situated in one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen, just in the shadow of the pantheon. Be careful about pickpockets; although we had no problems, they are known to attend the market. I would definitely extend my stay here to see this one!