In front of Palais de Tokyo and running almost the length of Avenue Président-Wilson, this open air food and flower market claims to be the largest of its kind in Paris. It may also be the most gourmet – go early in the morning to spot chefs and restaurateurs stocking up on fish, meat, fruit, vegetables, cheese and organic wine. Find a spot with a view onto the Seine and the Eiffel Tower to devour your bounty. Market bliss.
Paris is a city synomous with beauty, and what is more dreamy than rows upon rows of sweet-smelling flowers? Markets are popular concept in Paris, from tasty food trips to bargin hunting. But for filling your home with floral scents, there's no better place to head than one of Paris's flower markets where everything from the pinkest peonies to wild blossoms can be found. Or, if you're looking for something a bit more bespoke, you'll find tailormade bouquets or top faux interior decorations, at these beautiful flower boutiques.
Go, live la vie en rose!