Bercy Market opens up at Place Lachambaudie in the 12th Arrondissement. The market is about a five-minute walk North of Cour Saint-Émilion at Rue de Dijon and Rue Baron le Roy. Metro Cour St-Emilion is the nearest public transport to get to this market. There is quite a varied array of local fresh goods sold here.
- Nearest Train: Cour Saint-Emilion
- Venue Description:
Once wine storage facilities, these beautiful stone structures have been converted into shops and restaurants, making this all-pedestrian area a favorite with Parisians, especially on Sundays when most stores around the city are closed. With the humongous UGC-Ciné Cité Bercy multiplex at one end, the Cour Saint-Emilion features eateries (ranging from The Frog pub to the fancy Chai 33, with its adjacent first-rate wine boutique) as well as stores, from the ubiquitous Sephora to the Alice bookstore and even a spa, Ominsens. The neighboring park, with its tiny vineyard, is not to be missed on a sunny day. -Mary-Laure Neulat