In the centre of the Bastille neighbourhood, John and I visited this charming covered-market several times. The building was built in 1779 and is called Le Beauvau.
The covered-market is surrounded by stalls selling fruit and vegetables and flower stalls like the one above with its gorgeous peonies.
The covered-market houses specialty shops selling fish, meat,
cheese and wine.
The Place d'Aligre also features a market clock and a daily flea market,
as well as charming restaurants and cafes like Moisan, above, a cafe/bakery. Come for the produce, the bargains and great people-watching.