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Almost as iconic as the Eiffel Tower itself, the open-air markets of Paris are a part of the daily life for Paris locals and...

Located in the Marais district on rue de Bretagne, Marché des Enfants Rouges is widely considered to be the oldest food market in Paris,...

Having lived in Paris for over two years now, I must admit that I discovered the Faubourg Saint-Antoine neighborhood of the 11th and 12th...

Unless you’re a Siberian native, a winter cold spell in Paris can have a discouraging effect on your weekly excursion to the outdoor marché...

Noël, the French word for Christmas comes from the French phrase, "Les Bonnes Nouvelles" or "The Good News".  In SW France, particularly in the...

In the northern part of the Marais is a lovely little market tucked away with two main entrances via small passageways. It is called...

Marché aux Puces de Paris/St-Ouen The Largest Paris Flea Market The world-famous Marché aux Puces de Paris/St-Ouen (flea market of Paris at St-Ouen) consists of a...

Finally: Paris retailers have come a long way, baby, in recognizing that over 75% of the women in the Western world are size 10...

Mikki says: Of course this is Hédiard! Who else could place all these shades of luscious red cherries, raspberries, and grapes in front of their...

Most people who live in Paris have a favorite neighborhood and once they’ve bought or leased an apartment there, don’t even try to persuade...

La crêperie des Canettes, Paris 6th. Photo by patrianova. It’s easy to get blasé about crêpes in Paris. If you’re anything like me, after a brief but...

Whether you’re a passionate collector or merely a lover of whimsical trinkets, a wander through one of Paris’ flea markets will always seduce and...