Flea/ Street Markets in Montreal

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Flea & Street Markets in Montreal

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  • Thomas V
    Oakland, CA14,318 contributions
    We had a great afternoon at the market, although we probably should have arrive earlier when more stalls were open. Still we were able to shop for dinner plus a lot of stuff for our apartment. Very pleasant merchants throughout.
    Written October 25, 2022
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  • Lisa Z
    Los Angeles, CA8 contributions
    This place is GREAT!! Don't believe the other reviews. It's definitely NOT smelly ... it's just not in a "touristy" part of town. If you love flea markets, art, treasure hunting, and talking to local vendors -- this is the place for you. Really, really fun. Leave lots of time. We are going back for a second time!
    Written July 30, 2022
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  • Tracy M
    2 contributions
    A hidden gem! Great vendors! Take your time and look. There are rooms both upstairs and downstairs - full of items for everyone!
    Written October 1, 2018
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  • BigGandLittleT
    241 contributions
    La Promenade Fleury is a stretch of Fleury Street running from Saint-Hubert Street in the west and Papineau Avenue in the east. There are some 250 or so businesses on Fleury in this area: everything from acupuncture to yoga: the whole range of shops, cafés, restaurants and professional services.

    Easy access by bus or car, and a short walk from two métro stations make it easy to get to.

    History buffs will enjoy the photos of the "good old days" located here and there on the street. Compare how things were with how things are now.

    Something for everyone!
    Written September 3, 2016
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  • L M
    Sydney, Australia83 contributions
    Top montreal design and artist sale of wares - great food products, innovative homewares, art, jewellery etc
    Innovative and not expensive. Meet a lot of the makers!
    A great restaurant on site when you get tired. 2 floors of great stalls indoors - a great reprieve from the cold. Really friendly and generally young vendors
    Near Saint Laurent station
    Free admission
    Written November 28, 2015
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