This is the largest flea market in Paris, and though it is not on our itinerary, but you may want to visit on your own!
Marche aux Puces de Clignancourt
Saturday, Sunday & Monday
Opening times vary with the season
The Clignancourt is not known for bargains. The booths are permanent and vendors well organized and know the value of their wares.
(Note, the Clignancourt begins after you go under the overpass (Peripherique), though you will see a lot of flea market like booths, this is not the real Clignancourt.)
The Clignancourt is comprised of 12 separate markets. (See the Map under Other Paris Links for the names and locations of each of the individual markets.) Each market offering different items. For instance, the Vernaison & Paul Bert are known for small everyday and rustic items. There are 250 stalls in Vernaison alone! Vernaison is the oldest and most charming according to The Flea Markets of Paris guide. It's in an open-air, triangular space bordered by rue de Rosiers, rue Voltaire, and ave. Michelet.
Serepette & Biron is known for large items such as furniture.
Malassis is known for modern & institutional items.