Have you ever imagine a place that sells Moroccan, homemade French cuisine or Japanese bento at the same place? Well, this exists somewhere in Le Marais, Paris. The market was established in 1628 and is located at 39 Rue de Bretagne. This place is one of my favorite spots for a Sunday meal with friends or alone. Even though the place is not so big, you can find a comfortable place in one of the corridors if you arrive early. One of the hints of this place is the Garden Madeleine-de-Scudéry, that is just next to it, perfect to open a book and get lost for a couple of hours between pages. 
Website
equipement.paris.fr
Address
Marché des Enfants Rouges, 39 Rue de Bretagne, Paris, France
Current city: Paris
Other cities: Lima
I was born in Lima, Peru 26 years ago. On 2016 I decided to follow my passion and start studying photography in Paris (best decision ever). Nowadays, I love to work on my long-term projects such as my ‘plage isolée’ series that it’s been published in websites like iGNANT or Fubiz. I like observing my surroundings while I’m living in Paris. I try to take my camera every day and to travel as much as possible to discover new worlds and find inspiration for new projects.
 

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