The Flower Market is located in the place Louis Lépine, on the Ile de la Cité, with some stalls along the Seine. A short distance away is also the Cathedral of Notre Dame. This market offers different international plants, seasonal flowers and accessories and gardening implements. The shops are open every day from 08h00 to 19h00, and on Sundays the market becomes the animal market, seeds for birds and food for rodents. Metro station, "La Cité" in line 4.
The Market enfants rouges (red children) is the oldest market in Paris and definitely a recommended place to visit when strolling the Bohemian part of the city, Le Marais. The curious name of the place seems to come from a former orphanage where all the children wore a red uniform. Today there is no trace of the orphans, but it is a good place to eat after walking around. I highly reommended the oysters which are the specialty. The oysters go by the name of Les Zouaves.
The Saint Germain Market is an indoor market that lies between Odéon and Luxembourg. You can arrive at either of these station by metro or RER, by the Paris commuter train, or bus 89 as well as other buses. The market is very clean, maybe even too clean for my tastes, however, it is a very nice place to visit if you are in the neighborhood. There is a store that sells fruit and vegetables, a bakery, a seafood station, and the other party has become luxury shops, clothing and furniture. There are also children's clothing stores. You can sit under the passages surrounding the market for a coffee or bite to eat at one of the brasseries that open terrace in good weather there, or inside, you can eat at some food stalls. You can try the traditional products, some good bread, or some chocolate. The marble floors and clean windows, doesn't give it the popular Parisian touch of other markets in the city, such as Belleville or Aligre, but it is nice and cool. Litchi In the bar, you can have a snack with a smoothie bio vegetarian.
Recall the constructions of nineteenth and early twentieth century of Eiffel and others, and inside you may discover French specialties, including cheese, of course!, and sausages of all kinds, flowers, etc ... exit routes itineraries too! taste away!
Mouffetard Market takes place every Saturday morning at the bottom of rue Mouffetard. I often went there to do my shopping and to wander among the stalls looking for bargains. This place is very nice, especially since the area offers many opportunities to eat. Go to visit, especially in summer.
Going to markets in places I discover is one of my favourite things to do. I think you learn so much from seeing what they offer. Provins has this amazing covered market that's open on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The adjacent streets are also filled with stalls of all kinds so you can spend a few hours enjoying the show. Stalls full of fresh seafood, cheeses, mushrooms or sausage, or the spectacular lingerie truck on the steps of the church, all priceless.