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Rungis Market

Open Now: 2:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Open today: 2:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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''236 Hectares"

Had the privilege of visiting the largest market in the world. Fascinating to see how the worlds... read more

Reviewed 29 July 2018
Durban, South Africa
What an experience!

For those like myself who works in the seafood industry, it's a paradise where we can find products... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2018
Jiro T
Eguilles, France
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Rungis International Market, a symbol of the French gastronomic heritage, is visited by friends, family and even by works council. With a surface of 234 hectares, Rungis Market is the largest fresh market in the world . 5 sectors are represented on...more
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1 Rue Ernest de la Tour, 94152 Rungis, France
+33 825 05 44 05
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Reviewed 29 July 2018

Had the privilege of visiting the largest market in the world. Fascinating to see how the worlds and local produce comes to a central point for seamless distribution. Clean and well run. Our Guide Francis from Valence was excellent, knowledgeable and passionate in showing us...More

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Reviewed 9 July 2018

For those like myself who works in the seafood industry, it's a paradise where we can find products from all over the world on its best quality...but for those who are not working in the seafood industry, is also an amazing experience! So do not...More

1  Thank Jiro T
Reviewed 14 April 2018

We left Paris at 4 a.m. to visit the huge Paris market. It is a small town of its own. The only way you can visit the market is by guided tour. The tour is well organised. Rungis supplies very knowledgeable guides. You are issued...More

4  Thank Silvea25
Reviewed 17 November 2015

In the very early morning the market opens, visit the different markets. Never seen so many fish, vegetables, fruits, flowers and flesh together in one area. The fish market with all the different kinds, fresh ready to go to restaurants and traders. Very impressive.

1  Thank Peter V
Reviewed 29 July 2015

Was very fortunate to come here for a tour, and anyone who truly has an understanding of food should come here, although it did mean a ridiculously early start. This place reminds me how Billingsgate, Covent Garden, Smithfields and Spittafields must have been in thier...More

2  Thank Biriyaniboy B
Reviewed 15 June 2014

I went there last year with my colleague. The market is very huge. They sell many fresh fish, seafood, meat, cheese, fruits, chocolate, groceries, wine, dry products also flowers. Not only from French but also other country. Not only by big companies but also local...More

1  Thank lady_dee79
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