If one thing is dear to the French, it's their markets. Once you've experienced the markets ' sights, sounds, smells, and colors, they will surely become your weekly addiction as well.
Paris has several markets all over the area. One of the famous encounters of the Left Bank sector is in one of the oldest and most vibrant communities on rue Mouffetard, the fifth arrondissement.
Rue Mouffetard is situated at the top of the hill on the Montagne Sainte-Geneviève with the Panthéon. Victor Hugo was inspired by his location and atmosphere, reminiscent of the Middle Ages, as he wrote Les Misérables.
There is undoubtedly a bohemian feel to this area. Not only this place has its daily outdoor vegetable and produce market, it also has excellent specialty shops for cheese, pastry, fish, wine, and meat, as well as a variety of charming and trendy boutiques. This place is by far the most fun and exciting part of town, and well worth exploring.
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