Saint-Ouen flea market or Clignancourt flea market... both are situated on the same historical site of the famous fleas markets of Paris ; they are easily accessible by the Paris public transport network. The Flea markets are located in the district of Saint-Ouen and are accessible by both Porte de Saint Ouen and Porte de Clignacourt via the ring road and the Paris public transport network.
The different Saint-Ouen/Clignancourt Flea markets are open to the public on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and on Monday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The Flea markets are closed on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Some markets and stands are open on Friday morning for visitors and Friday all day long for professional traders. The Flea markets are open all year round; however, Flea market trading is down during the first half of August. It is very easy to spend a whole day rambling through the different markets to discover this incredible place where vintage thrift stands or vintage luxury stands are found on the same alley. Feeling a bit peckish? You will find restaurants located in the St-Ouen Flea markets, one more different from the other: trendy, to go or a stall holders’ atmosphere.
Metro to get to the flea markets : line 4 or line 13
Line 4 : Porte de Clignancourt station
Cross boulevard Ney onto boulevard Ornano, pass under the ring road to reach the corner of Vernaison and Malassis markets.
Line 13 : Garibaldi station
For those who don’t mind walking… this station is quite far away from the Puces but you can get there without any difficulty. You can also opt for bus n° 137 which will drop you near rue Paul Bert.
Buses 56, 137, 255, 341 and 85 drop you at the foot of the boulevard périphérique, at the level of "Plateau" – stop Porte de Clignancourt.
Bus 85 goes down rue des rosiers inside Puces of Saint-Ouen to Serpette market and on to Mairie de Saint-Ouen.
At Garibaldi (metro line 13) you can take bus n°137 which stops at Porte de Montmartre from where you can go into the Flea market via rue Fabre et Paul Bert.
Buses 60, 95 and 137: Porte de Montmartre station.
Buses n°255 and 166 stop at avenue Michelet not far from Biron market.
Ring road: Porte de Clignancourt, Porte de Saint-Ouen
You can drive to the Puces, take the ring road on the north side and exit at Porte de Clignancourt (Porte de Saint-Ouen to avoid crowds or traffic jams.).
Four carparks are available (parking on charge).
P1 : Porte de Clignancourt (parking Vinci-Indigo)
P2 : 142 rue des Rosiers (Malassis Market)
P3 : 110 rue des Rosiers Paul Bert Serpette Market
P4 : rue Marie Curie (near Cambo Market)
The sector of the Puces de Saint-Ouen is relatively crowded and carparks are regularly full. We advise you to park your vehicles in a nearby town and take the Paris public transport network: metro, bus, vélib'.
Taxis are available at Porte de Clignancourt, Porte de Saint-Ouen, Place de la Mairie de Saint-Ouen and rue Emmy-Noether.