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Daily LifeFlea Markets

Flea Markets in France go by many names: Marché aux puces, vide-greniers, brocantes, braderie...

Vide-greniers are akin to an American yard or British boot sale - mostly people just getting rid of their extra items – or junk depending on your point of view.

It's now common for towns or villages to have a yearly vide-grenier for locals to sell their extra goods.

Brocantes or Marché aux puces tend to have more professionals than a vide-grenier.

Most tourist offices will have lists or information on where to find local Marché aux puces, vide-greniers, brocantes, braderie or bric à brac.

Also keep your eyes out for flyers or posters in public places, another great way to see what's happening locally.

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