11th October 2011
One of the pleasures of visiting France is to enjoy wandering through a traditional French market. Toulouse is particularly known for its vibrant markets. Here’s where you’ll find some great bargains on your next visit:
Paper and Toy Market
Old toys, retro games, collectibles, prints, postcards and posters make the paper and toy market an exciting place for children and adults alike. The popular market runs alongside the St Cyprien food market on the left bank and takes place on October 10th.
St Sernin Market
This flea market takes place every Sunday morning in the centre of the old town. This is definitely the place to grab a bargain, and if you’re brave enough to haggle with the locals you could get even bigger reductions on clothes, antiques, household goods and all sorts of French souvenirs.
Toulouse Organic Market
Organic farmers sell their impressive range of local produce twice weekly in the old town. All of the food has been grown with much love and care. If you want the freshest fruit and vegetables, or other French specialities including truffles, wine, cheese and snails - this is the place to be!
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October 11, 2011 at 09:23
Tagged with Toulouse, France, Markets