On the 1st Sunday of each month from March to December, the biggest flea market in eastern France lays its wonders out along the streets of Belfort’s old town.
For more than 50 years now, close to 150 exhibitors have come to sell their wares at the Puces de Belfort, to the great joy of collectors come to hunt down unexpected treasures: antique furniture, children’s toys, pocket watches, religious and military objects, and postcards.
Every December, the magic of Christmas takes over Belfort.
From the Place d’Armes to the Marché des Vosges, experience the winter holidays alongside our traditional mascots, Givrou and his pals P’tit Biscuit and Réno Le Renne.
The Place du Marché des Vosges is transformed into an ice track. Skating fans will have a blast on the rink on Place Corbis. On Place d’Armes, in the heart of the old town, Village des P’tits Givrés is set up for kids ages 4 and up, with a skating trail that feels like you’re really in the mountains. You will also find Father Christmas in his house there.
A Christmas market is set up at Place d’Armes, Place Corbis, Place du Marché des Vosges and Faubourg de France, offering original gift ideas.