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10 of Strasbourg's Top Markets

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Updated: 22 May 2017
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Strasbourg is well known for its Christmas market, which earned the city the title of the ‘Capital of Christmas’ – but that’s just the beginning! There are some lovely regular markets in this dynamic city of 300,000 people.

Christmas Market

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Christmas Market at the Cathedral
Christmas Market at the Cathedral | ©Christphe Hamm/OT Strasbourg
There’s no place like Strasbourg at Christmas. With its 300 stalls spread out over the city centre, Strasbourg’s Christmas market is one of the oldest in Europe, harking back to 1570. Strasbourg enriches the long tradition of Christmas in Alsace and in the market you’ll find craft objects, regional produce and typical Alsatian Christmas decorations, within a warm and friendly atmosphere. The best-known markets take place in the Cathedral square, the more intimate ‘Flavours of Alsace’ foodie stalls in Place des Meuniers, and the charming vendors around the gigantic Christmas tree in Place Kléber.
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Marché de l’Esplanade

A typical French market with a wide range of vendors, taking place on Rue de Boston on Monday and Tuesday mornings. Locals flock to the stalls to get their weekly supplies, making it a great spot to people-watch and get a glimpse into every life in Strasbourg.

Marché de l’Esplanade, 16 Boulevard de la Marne, Strasbourg

Flower Market

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Country Flowers, Strasbourg
Country Flowers, Strasbourg | ©Eleazar/Flickr
A cute tiny market a few steps from the cathedral. Local florists showcase their beautiful bouquets and blooms du jour on Tuesdays and Wednesday in Rue des Grandes Arcades. Under threat of extinction, the Marché aux Fleurs has somehow managed to keep going.
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Fish Market

What else would you expect to find on the Place du Marché aux Poissons? A fish market, of course. Every Saturday morning, this pretty setting by the river is the place to go. The local produce here is fresh and inviting, including much more than just fish; with fresh fruits and vegetables, cheeses, charcuterie and products of the ‘mountain area’ farmers near Strasbourg.

Marché aux Poissons, Strasbourg

Book Market

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The 'bouquinistes' of Strasbourg
The 'bouquinistes' of Strasbourg | ©Alain Rueff / Flickr
On the Rue des Hallebardes and on Place Kléber on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays, an open-air book market beckons. It’s a grouping of about ten bouquinistes,enough to provide a couple of hours of entertaining treasure hunting among books of every genre, age and language. You may also come across stamps and old coins. Place Kléber is an upscale shopping pedestrian square with lovely cafés and places to eat.
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Marché des Producteurs

Every Saturday morning local farmers, artisans and organic producers meet on Rue de la Douane, adjacent to Old Customs House; offering fresh produce, cheese, honey, choucroute, homemade jams and other superb quality farm-to-table items without exorbitant price tags. There’s a reason why locals in surrounding towns drive into Strasbourg to shop at this market.

Marché des Producteurs, 6 rue de la Douane, Strasbourg

Marché Neudorf

The Neudorf market on Tuesday and Saturday mornings is one of the main markets in Strasbourg. It is part open-air and part covered, with artisan crafts, baked goods, fishmongers, charcuterie, cheesemongers and several fresh produce stalls. You’ll also find Italian and Asian specialities.

Marhcé Neudorf, Place du Marché Neudorf, Strasbourg

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