Foire Nationale aux Antiquités, à la Brocante et aux Jambons

February 7, 2010By Paris UpdateArchive



Here’s an unusual idea for a weekend outing: take a trip just outside of Paris to the island of Chatou, where the Impressionists used to hang out and paint, for the 80th edition of the Foire Nationale aux Antiquités, à la Brocante et aux Jambons. That’s right: antiques and ham. Over 800 antique and bric-a-brac dealers from all over France will show their wares and, in addition to ham and other pork products, you’ll find a number of regional products, including wine, foie gras, cassoulet, oysters, cheese and more. March 12-21. Take RER line A1 to Rueil Malmaison or Chatou-Croissy. Visit the Web site for more information.


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