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A New Place to Get Lost, les Puces de St. Ouen

After interviewed Le Monde du Voyage located in Marché Serpette, I also want to show you around The Biggest flea markets in Paris that I visited.

Paris has many big flea markets and sometimes the city councils in Paris district open vintage market as well during the weekend. The biggest flea market in Paris that I recommend you to visit is Saint Ouen of flea market (French: les puces de St. Ouen). The local just called it les puces, located in northern part of Paris, Saint Denis.

Les puces aux st ouen has different 15 flea markets where all antique dealers and the biggest second-hand furniture dealers in the world gathering in these markets but I couldn’t go to all 15 markets in the same time. It was too big for me! 😀  Also it was the first time I went to les Puces de St. Ouen. So I went to few markets only such as Marché Dauphine and Marché Paul Bert & Serpette.

I love being lost in these markets!

Marché Paul Bert & Marché Serpette
Marché Paul Bert & Marché Serpette
Marché Paul Bert & Marché Serpette

All shops in here has many great significant items and I walked in to some shops that very interesting to browse more around! Below is Bachelier Antiquités, specialist antique in appliances cuisine & wine utensils. Check this out the photos below.

The shop has amazing stuffs here!

Bachelier Antiquités
Marché Paul Bert
17 allée 1 – 93400 Saint Ouen.


In Marché Dauphine also I walked into Mes dés Ouvertes shop by Julien Cohen. He also has outstanding stuffs in his shop. Have a look at his collection below.

Mes des Couvertes
Marché Dauphine – Stand 136
138, rue des rosiers
93400 Saint-Ouen

Off course there more and more beautiful shops in Marché Dauhpine!

How to get there:
The best way to go there is catch a bus 85 stop at Paul Bert bus station where exactly in front of marché Paul Bert & Serpette.
Metro 4 Porte de Clignancourt or Metro 13 Garibaldi. from there take walk in 15 minutes to rue des rossiers where the main markets are.
Every Saturday, Sunday 10h – 18h
Every Monday 11h-17h
Car parkir with surcharges next to marché Serpette.
Happy Strolling guys!

Isna Darmuis-Menneveux

Always lost in Paris. A fashion observer, food explorer, an Indonesian woman lives in Paris who loves to discover new things and frame it to her camera.