There are many quality retail markets in the Grand Nancy region including:
Le Marché Central - Central Market
The Nancy Central Market is a permanent market building which is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 7am to 7pm. It boasts close to 110 artisans and specialty craftsmen, one half is dedicated to fresh delicious food and the other is filled with clothes, leather goods, shoes, make up, sunglasses and other fashion items.
- There are 60 traders in the covered market, with 2 florists, a second hand book shop, 16 fruit and vegetable shops, 15 market gardeners and other small producers.
- A mecca for gastronomy, this market is one of the liveliest in the east of France.
- Artisans, traders and producers priviledge the quality of their fresh produce.
- On Saturdays, seasonal farmers complement the existing offering by providing their fresh organic produce.
- Just outside the covered market you will find a raft of other stalls selling clothes, home wares and other items and includes 32 shops.
Le Marché d’Haussonville – Haussonville Market
Fruits and vegetables, dairy products (butter, eggs and cheese), meat, poultry, honey, flowers, fish and much more! This market is a covered market which plays a true role in responding to the needs of consumers searching for authenticity and quality!
Open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 6.30am to 12.30pm and Fridays from 2pm to 7.30pm.
Le Marché du Haut-du-Lièvre – The Haut-du-Lièvre Market
This market is located in a quartier which is a little eccentric and has a strong international flavour. It supplies the residents of the area with the usual market goods, but is also renowned by the entire Nancy area and beyond for its quality and quantity of international products as well as its friendly characters.
This large market (with all sorts of activities) has over 100 vendors on Sundays between 8am and 1pm.
Le Marché Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy – The Vandoeuvre Market
Colourful, animated, dynamic, cosmopolitan, the principal market of Vandoeuvre is the image of its town. Considered as one of the biggest markets in the east of France, it welcomes (on Sundays) 120 vendors and 6,000 visitors! Sundays are the main day for this market, and you can find everything you could want and more! Food products, fruit and vegies, products from all origins, roast chickens, spices, fish, dairy, bakeries, manufactured products, artisanal, confectionary and leather goods. On Fridays you are spoilt for choice with a large array of organic products.
Fridays: 4pm-8pm and Sundays from 8.30am to 12.30pm.
Flea markets in the Old City
Flea markets are held on particular Sundays from 8am to 6pm in the picturesque old streets of this ancient capital of Lorraine, coupled with a small food market in the mornings. Two more reasons to go for a Sunday stroll in the Old Town.
Sunday, 17th January
Sunday, 7th February
Sunday, 6th March
Sunday, 10th April
Sunday, 22nd May
Sunday, 5th June
Sunday, 19th June
Sunday, 10th July
Sunday, 24th July
Sunday, 4th September
Sunday, 16th October
Sunday, 6th November
Sunday, 25th November