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Paris Day 2: Bastille Sunday Market

We went to pick up our Paris Pass which we bought online prior the trip. We bought the 6 days pass for EUR392 for 2 people.

After picking up the pass, we went to Bastille Sunday Market. We love to explore the local market. There are lots of vendors ranging from fresh fruits and vegetables to cheese, seafood, poultry, clothing, etc. It is one of the biggest markets in Paris.

We had a Lebanese Crepe for breakfast.

If I remembered correctly, the crepe is called Moiti Moiti and it was filled with sesame seeds and herbs. The crepe cost EUR3.

Ben loves the baguette in Paris. So, we bought a baguette for EUR1.20.

Cheese and dairy products.

Spanish cuisine.

Lovely tomatoes.


Fresh herbs.

Fresh seafood.


After exploring a number of the stalls, we went back to the Spanish cuisine stall.

The grilled meat looked so scrumptious.

We bought a tub of paella for EUR6.70.

We found a place to sit down to enjoy our food while enjoying a street performance.

After finishing our food, we explored more of the market.

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Paris Day 2: Bastille Sunday Market


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