Porte de Clignancourt is an everyday neighborhood with an unconventional attraction. Its world famous flea market, Marche aux Puces, comprises knotted streets and cramped antique stalls that recall the vivaciousness of old-world medinas. Over 3,000 shops and vendors fill the market with forgotten treasures, vintage finds, and creatively recycled goods. If shopping isn’t your bag, Porte de Clignancourt's intimate cafes and ethnic eateries offer alternative options to treasure hunting. You can also journey into Paris' core via the Metro—although it takes some time to get into the city’s center.See 617 places to stay Save this neighborhood
Shop Cheap and Eat Fresh
Want to experience a colorful, lively, multi-cultural Parisian neighborhood, a little bit off the beaten path? Welcome to [Porte de Clignancourt]!"
The Allure of Hidden Treasures
This part of Paris is a bit further from the centre and has a bohemian kind of feel, it is very easy to get the metro to places!"
Visited in 2012
A Typically Atypical Community Feel
Climb to the Sacré Coeur via this charming neighborhood on the non-touristy side of Montmartre in about 20 minutes (or just hop on the Montmartrobus!)."
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Marc Olivier Le Blanc specializes in commercial and editorial portrait photography. Although he's currently based in the vibrant Mission neighborhood of San Francisco, he returned to his native France to shoot Paris for this project through a traveler's eye. He always strives to turn both the ordinary and the unusual into something extraordinary.
Marc Olivier Le Blanc
Loïc is a French photographer and world traveler addict based in Paris. He has been traveling all around the world trying to capture every unforgettable experience he met on his way. In Paris, the city where he grew up, he has the great opportunity to share with Airbnb his comprehensive knowledge of the City of Light.