Marché Edgar Quinet
At dawn, every Wednesday and Saturday, on the boulevard Edgar Quinet, a number of growers set up their colourful stands packed with tasty produce.
In search of a good deal, the locals and tourists flock to the market, known as one of the biggest in Paris. Cheesemakers, seafood vendors or even caterers from all backgrounds help to inject the site with rich colours, arousing all your senses. Along your gourmet jaunt, take a moment at the Portuguese caterer and taste the delicious cod brandade carefully prepared that very morning. Taking advice from the vendors, fill your basket with crisp salads, plump poultry and any other staple to please your palate, your eyes and even your nose.
If you take a stroll through the alleys, you will stumble upon bargain hunters in search of unique pieces from among a mass of unusual items. Between the flea market and the artisanal and food market, visit the Marché Edgar Quinet and completely immerse yourself in the authentic Paris.
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Days and opening hours
All year round, every Wednesday and Saturday.
- Free of charge.
- Hearing disability
- Mental disability
- Visual disability
- Accessible for wheelchairs with assistance