Marché Aux Puces de Vanves is a weekend flea market in the traditional bric-à-brac sense. If you love trawling through boxes of chipped (or potentially pristine) china, this is the place for you. Open every Saturday to Sunday from 7am to 2pm, the early bird catches the worm here, whether it’s antique silver spoons or a stack of magazines from the 19th century – and all for the price of a cup of coffee at Puces de Saint-Ouen. Be sure to get cash out en route and take the metro Line 13 alighting at Porte de Vanves.


This predominantly residential Left Bank neighbourhood is also the home of the Paris Catacombs and popular local flee market Puces de Vanves.

Marché Aux Puces de Vanves | Avenue Marc Sangnier and Avenue Georges Lafenestre, 75014 

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