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Three marvellous markets in Provence

Without a doubt one of the best things to do when in Provence is to visit the markets. It doesn’t matter whether they are big …

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All the Fun of the Flea Market in France

The big day has arrived. You’ve digested that article in your Sunday paper and you’re off, yes, yes, I am going to France to buy …

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Monday Antiques and Flea Market Cours Saleya Nice

It’s Monday in Nice! The food and flower vendors are taking a well-deserved day off. Another kind of magic, a fabulous flea market/marché aux puces, …

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French Attic Finds gorgeous vintage from France

France is famous for its flea markets and antique fairs. Every town and village seems to hold at least one flea market a year and …

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Shopping French Flea Markets style

For the vintage lover there’s nothing better than strolling through through a summer brocante, stalls spilling out onto the streets with every imaginable item. Some …

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Lille Flea Market 2014 – the biggest in Europe

The Lille Flea market, known to the locals as the Lille Braderie, will take place over the weekend of 6th and 7th September 2014 This …

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Cours Saleya market in Nice France

Cours Saleya market in Nice is at the heart of the Old Town and it’s always pulsating with life.  Striped awnings cover its centre and …

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Vintage at the flea markets of France

France is a great place to pick up bargain vintage wares. If you can make the space in your suitcase, with a small amount of …

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Christmas shopping at the Waterloo brocante, Belgium

Waterloo Brocante, Belgium Just over the border of northern France and into neighbouring Belgium you will find that the brocantes so loved by the French …

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Amiens Rederie – fantastic flea market in northern France

We are constantly on the look out for the best flea markets in France and the Rederie or grand flea market of Amiens in the …

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