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  • RPDubIre
    Dublin, Ireland224 contributions
    We visited the terrace an the seventh floor and had a nice breakfast overlooking the rooftops in Paris. The breakfast consisted of a juice of your choice, hot beverage of your choice, pastry from the pastry tray and yoghurt and fruit. It was tasty. ( 21 euro each). The views from the terrace are worth the trip up ( the restaurant area is only one piece of it and there is seating there for people to just sit and enjoy). We then wandered back down the floors looking at the various different goods on offer ( huge shop). The domed ceiling is lovely too. Worth noting that there were queues for lunch whereas we were seated easily at about 11.00.
    Written 24 June 2022
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  • Cees K
    Greater London, UK80 contributions
    Really very nice little museum (in fact it is one very large exhibition room) where you learn a lot about Dali, excellent audio tour. Only reason not to give 5 stars is that the entrance fee is about the same as the Louvre, which is like 500 times bigger. But we did enjoy ourselves.
    Written 9 April 2022
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA13,151 contributions
    It's a huge department store, historic, one of the first in the world. They have just about everything, but my favorite part is the food and wine hall. Great selection and beautiful displays.
    Written 17 June 2022
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  • LindaLouBirmingham
    Mountain Brook, AL32 contributions
    I bought several cashmere wraps and all-cotton scarves from the nicest “scarf lady” at the Sunday Bastille Market. I went back to buy more as gifts on the next Thursday. I accidentally left my coin purse there while I was paying, and the purse has sentimental value. I went back again days later to see if, by chance, she had found it, and she had! She gave it to me, complete with all the money. Please find her if you need gifts for friends at home! She wouldn’t let me take her picture, but she and her husband are from the Punjab area of India. They are fabulous!
    Written 19 May 2022
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA13,151 contributions
    This is a very old market street, basically from the middle ages. In its modern configuration you can find shops that sell just about any food product. Lots of inexpensive fast food as well. Nice stroll.
    Written 14 June 2022
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  • Lorenzzo B
    3 contributions
    We were staying near in a hotel for 5 nights and we went to that place several times.
    All food is fresh and good quality .
    thank you
    Written 1 May 2022
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  • Sharon G
    Clarksboro, NJ145 contributions
    We got there mid morning g around 10. Street was quiet and charming . I had seen Rick Steves guided tour in this and that prompted our visit.
    Ate the most delicious pastries we’ve had in Paris thus far . Enjoyed the chocolate shop and buying some wine as well as a leisurely walk.
    Written 21 June 2022
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  • angmohs
    Singapore, Singapore140 contributions
    Its a proper flea market - definitely worth a visit. I would say 3-400 stalls with a variety of goods as always, it was the last weekend in August so I wondered if there would be a lot of stallholders there. Some decent bargains to be had, especially in glass and paintings and junky jewellery. As others have said it starts to close up around 12. You can get a coffee or lunch at the metro station and its on the RER so easy to get around. We will come back next time we are in Paris for sure.
    Written 28 August 2021
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  • Stephane
    Mauritius351 contributions
    It was our first market in Paris. It was a great experience. It is a good size market (not too big) with all needed fresh products.
    We bought beef entrecote, salmon pave, vegetables, fruits, duck breasts. It was delicious. Price was OK too for fresh products.
    We also had lunch there.
    Written 28 March 2022
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  • Turner S
    Paris, France1,208 contributions
    When you finish with the catacombs, walk a little north to Rue Daguerre to get food and enjoy a proper market street in Paris. They have an incredible variety of restaurants. Two different places to try the food of La Reunion, for example. Many southeast Asian options as well. You get a real sense of the immigrant history of the neighborhood. Plus it has all the standard market stalls. I will go out of my way to get the fresh pasta from La Maison de la Pâte. Daguerre Marée is my favorite poissonerie in Paris. There are other shops as well so you can really make an afternoon of it. I understand the appeal of Rue Cler given its proximity to the big tourist sites, but Rue Daguerre is bigger and better in my amateur opinion.
    Written 13 May 2021
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA13,151 contributions
    This is a lively popular foodie stop. The food market has been mostly converted to prepared food stalls, and some are good. Basic food shopping can be found on the streets around. Hard to find a place to sit.
    Written 30 June 2022
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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA13,151 contributions
    This is a beautifully preserved artifact from the early 19th Century. There is a little bit of shopping in here, and there are a couple of places to eat and drink. But the best part of this experience is the exquisite architecture which will make you take out your camera.
    Written 29 March 2022
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  • Alice R
    Hobart, Australia8,215 contributions
    Highlighted on our bus trip due to the great rooftop terrace affording good views over the city, however we never got a chance to stop...next time.
    Written 20 March 2020
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia39,579 contributions
    This is a street market, but not really a tourist attraction. It is mainly for the locals. We happened to come across it by chance and walked around for a few minutes. You can buy fruit and vegetables, clothes and many other items if you really want to.
    Written 27 September 2020
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  • lucky12
    13 contributions
    I re-descovered it and it is much better than a few years ago . Although the food section is small the selection is good , there is a Marks & Spencers Food and a Nespresso Store inside and a big parking just under : convenient in this narrow streets area where I love to go shopping and dining when in Paris.
    Written 23 September 2019
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