Halle du marché de Saint-Denis

Marché de Saint-Denis

A genuine beehive of vendors from all backgrounds, the Marché de Saint-Denis, with its iron hall, is a must-see site in the greater Paris region for a tasty tour around the world.

  1. What to see and do
  2. Gastronomy
  3. Markets and delicatessens
  4. Marché de Saint-Denis


Description

Just a few minutes from Paris by metro and nearby the lavish Basilica of Saint-Denis is an architectural work masterpiece and classified Historical Monument.

At the former site of the Landit market in the Middle Ages, admirers of metal architecture can fawn over this “Eiffel-stylehall that houses the Marché de Saint-Denis. The market immerses you in a friendly and cosmopolitan environment with more than 300 vendors who set up their stalls three times a week to sell their high-quality products from all four corners of the globe. Fruit, vegetables, seafood, charcuterie, meat, cheese… You can find anything your heart desires at the Marché de Saint-Denis, regarded as the best of the greater Paris region.

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Community facilities

Access and contact

Place Jean Jaurès
93200 Saint-Denis

    Access in public transport Bus: 153-253 - 255-268 Metro: Line 13, "Basilica of Saint-Denis" Tramway: T1 - "Saint-Denis Market"

    Days and opening hours

    All year round, every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

    Prices

    • Free

    Tour

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    Accessibility

    • Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance