to 10px; width: 277px; cursor: hand; height: 400px; text-align: center;” src=”http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_kcTb8DnPVW4/S55Gu26ww6I/AAAAAAAAEaM/ZWcvMyc8_zY/s400/affiche+aligre.jpg” alt=”Easter Flea Market in Paris” width=”277″ height=”400″ border=”0″ />top: 2px; padding-right: 5px; font-family: times;”>If you’re looking for something to do in Paris on Monday, April 5 when the rest of the city is closed for the Easter holiday, the vendors at the Place d’ Aligre have provided a flea market outing to fill the shopping gap. This is the 4th year running that this brocante has been held on the Place d’Aligre – a square more known for its lively North African-influenced market each weekday (except Monday), selling everything from old gramophone players to odd bits of crockery alongside fromageries and charcuteries.
to 10px; width: 400px; cursor: hand; height: 300px; text-align: center;” src=”http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_kcTb8DnPVW4/S55GvCShk6I/AAAAAAAAEaU/OgjE–rX_xk/s400/2007+03+14+-+Place+d%27Aligre+(12).jpg” alt=”Easter Flea Market in Paris” width=”400″ height=”300″ border=”0″ />As the neighborhood can be a tad rough I wouldn’t recommend wearing your best Easter dress to this locale… instead dress casual and as always when attending flea markets, watch for pick-pockets in the crowds when scoring big-time bargains on bric-a-bracs, antiques and collectibles!
When: Monday, April 5 2010
Where: Place d’Aligre near Metro: Ledru-Rollin
What: 100 vendors selling antiques, collectibles and bric-a-brac
The Antiques Diva ™