Les Puces de Saint-Ouen sont un des sites incontournables à visiter lors d’un séjour à Paris. Cette partie de la ville de Saint-Ouen constitue un village à part entière.
The town of Saint-Ouen boasts the Paris/Saint-Ouen flea markets. The flea market district is a very pleasant place to bargain hunt, roam around, drink or eat. Covered walkways and pedestrian paths lead you to the stall-holders stands, to the bistros and restaurants or to the contemporary art galleries and street art.
Rosiers - Puces de Saint-Ouen quarters located between Porte de Clignancourt and Porte de Saint-Ouen, is served by two metro lines and several bus lines.
The flea market counts for many markets : Dauphine, Paul Bert - Serpette et Biron are the most famous ones. The stall-holders from the different markets in Saint-Ouen show-off their specialties: tableware, music records, old books, vintage second hand clothes, etc
Saint-Ouen neighbourhood is a very pleasant place to go bargain hunting, to ramble around or stop in one of the well-known restaurants for drinks or lunch. Many restaurants and bistros await you : from design restaurants to canteen - like restaurants for an "easy-going informal meal".
Come and explore traditional music at the marché aux Puces : Django Reinhardt himself played here. Since that time a whole generation of artists of jazz, gypsy music, musette, swing have played and still play in the vibrant streets and bistros located around the different markets. Each year the streets in the area vibrate to the sound of the flea market jazz festival.