Paris is a city with many faces that hides atypical places that just few people know. These are places that are still not very popular with tourists but which would benefit from being known because they constitute the soul of this unique city. I have therefore decided today, as usual, to present to you a place of this nature that will make you explore Paris differently. You may not know it, but I am a great gourmet. I like to enjoy ready-made meals based on fresh produce and the seasons.
Paris is an ideal city to find this type of product, in fact, with its large number of daily markets, there is something for everyone, the Organic Market of Batignolles, the Cosmopolitan Market of Belleville or the Market of good deals of Barbès... will satisfy your desires. But like all Parisian women, I have a favourite market dear to my heart that I would like to introduce you the Red Children's Market.
The Red Children’s Market, founded in 1615 and located in the 3rd arrondissement in the heart of the Marais, is the oldest market in Paris. I went there for the first time at the age of 8 with my grandmother, this place captivated me directly and since that day, I return there every Sunday with the same pleasure.
Covered by a glass roof, this real Parisian living space will make you spend a magical moment. You will discover the cuisines of the world by sitting at small shops for a quick meal, stroll in the colourful stands that will amaze you with their beauty and buy delicious products from all around France. This historic market is therefore the ideal atypical place to immerse yourself in Parisian life and discover the City of Light in a different way.
“Love, Market and elegance”