If you love to shop then Montmartre is a good place to explore. Here are some of the well-known markets and shopping centres that can make your shopping experience amazing and exciting.
Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen
Very popular and big flea market, Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen houses different markets each offering a unique quality of products. Over 2,500 open stalls sell everything from vintage or fashion clothing to antiques. In this powerful business location, you can bargain and buy goods at reasonable rates.
Brocante des Abbesses
Brocante des Abbesses is a second hand tiny little market. You can buy old-paintings, lamps,postcards, jewellery and art deco accessories while enjoying a stroll in and around theneighbourhood. Go on a shopping spree on Sundaysto take a break from your regular shopping experience.
One of the most well-known art markets in France, Marché Biron was established around 80 years back. The market has got international appreciation due to its quality goods. Here visitors can explore the artefacts and beautiful century old scientific objects, furniture, paintings and photographs. This charming placeis worth visiting if you are an art lover.
The brand has its origin in Melbourne, Australia and sells some of the most aesthetic beauty and cosmetic products. Here you can shop for best skin, hair and body care products with anti-oxidant properties. The beauty products are made using both plant-based and laboratory-made ingredients to ensure minimal chemical tampering.
This incredible outdoor market opens only on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Vendors selling fruits, vegetables, spices and clothing shout loudly to lure shoppers. You can get goods of your choice in affordable rates after a little bit of bargaining. If you are looking forfresh produce, cheese, meat and fish or clothes, the market is worth a visit. Barbesmarket remains busy and crowded by tourists most of the time.