15 Markets in Paris for Shopping: Speciality & Timings
1596521584 guided.png?w=60&h=60&dpr=1
Guided Tours
1659614850 shutterstock 1298528866.jpg?w=60&h=60&dpr=1
Best Excursions In Paris

Paris Markets

Marche d’Aligre, Marche Bastille, Le Marché Biologique des Batignolles, Marche Bourse, Marché Mouffetard, Marché des Enfants Rouges, Marche Monge, Marche Dejean, Marche aux puces de Saint-Ouen and Rue Montorgueil, Le Marché International de Rungis, Le Village Saint-Paul and many more.

Markets in Paris are the best-kept secrets and form a part of the quintessential Parisian experience. The markets go back to the very dawn of time and the oldest traces date back to the 5th century. Be it vintage treasures, seasonal produce, vibrant flowers, or sophisticated clothes, some of the best finds and hard-won bargains can be discovered at one of these bustling Parisian markets. Enhance your exploration to Paris by including amazing vibrant markets with our Europe tour package, ensuring an immersive and unforgettable experience of the city's rich cultural tapestry.

Next time you are off for a holiday rendezvous to Paris, don’t forget to take to the streets and embark on retail therapy at one of these shopping markets in Paris. Here, we have rounded up the best street markets in Paris to enhance your shopping experience and get a slice of French culture.
Image description
Bigger Group? Get special offers upto 50% off!
We create unforgettable adventures, customised for your group.
Connect with a group tour expert
Full Name
Phone number
Travel Date
Traveller Count
Paris Attraction Tickets Explore All (145)
Explore All (145)
Best Excursions In Paris Explore All (8)

Best Markets in Paris


Marche d’Aligre

It is one of the oldest and most popular markets in Paris. Nestled amidst the center of a gleeful boulevard, Marche d’Aligre is a conglomeration of street stalls housing unprocessed cheeses, loaves of bread, seafood, terrines, charcuterie, and freshly sourced products from the local farms. Some of the stalls also ply bric-a-brac and second-hand clothes.

Place d'Aligre, 75012- Paris, France.

Famous For:
Marche d’Aligre is famous for its great deals on fresh food products.

Tuesdays -Sundays: 7.30 A.M. to 1.30 P.M. and 4.30 P.M. to 7.30 P.M.

Also Checkout: 
Unusual Places in Paris

Book Now: 
Paris Tour Packages


Marche Bastille

Marché Bastille provides a golden chance to unearth the gourmet culture in Paris and comes alive twice a week with its lively atmosphere. Cataloged as one of the largest and the best street markets in Paris.

It offers stalls with enticing food displays like fruits, vegetables, fish, meat, organic eggs, loaves of bread, local cheeses, truffles,  nuts, yogurt, olives, charcuterie, saucisses, and other seasonal specialties. Apart from the fresh foods, one can also find clothing, antiques, cheap jewelry, hand-dyed batiks and leather handbags in and around the market.

8 Boulevard Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris.

Famous For
: Locally sourced products like fruits, vegetables, iconic French Cheeses, and etcetera.

: Thursday: 7 AM -2.30 PM and Sunday: 7 AM- 3 PM.

Also Checkout: 
Paris at Night

Book Now: 
Petit Palais Tickets, Paris


Marché Mouffetard

Marché Mouffetard is famed as one of the best street markets in Paris. It is a narrow but vivaciously crowded market with a series of stalls on both sides. The lower stretches of the market have effervescent stalls piled up with fruits and green vegetables.

On the other hand, the upper stretches have souvenir and curio shops which mostly cater to the tourists. At some corners, hawkers can also be seen selling seafood, fish, meats, cheeses, patisseries, patés and charcuteries out on street stalls.

139 Rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris, France.

Famous For:
Fresh produce, meat & seafood.

Tuesday-Sunday  8 AM -1 PM.

Also Checkout: Things to Do in Paris This Weekend

Book Now: 
Ile De La Cite Tours, Paris

Explore All (62)

Marché des Enfants Rouges

One of the oldest covered markets in Paris, Marché des Enfants Rouges was established in 1628. Currently, it has emerged to be a tourist hotspot with stalls heaped with seasonal produce, fresh flowers, meat, seafood, saucisson, cheese, foie gras, and wine. Marché des Enfants Rouges also have an assorted display of counters with an impressive range of Lebanese, African, Italian and Japanese cuisines.

Such diversity in a marketplace often offers a glimpse into the food cultures of other countries and gives rise to a cosmopolitan milieu. As Marché des Enfants Rouges is one of the famous shopping markets in Paris, it always remains crowded with people from all walks of life and is a lovely introduction to Parisian life.

39 rue de Bretagne,  75003 Paris.

Famous For:
Seasonal produce an impressive range of Lebanese, African, Italian and Japanese cuisines.

Tuesday-Friday: 8.30 AM-1 PM and 4-7.30 PM, Saturday: 4-8 PM, Sunday: 8:30 AM-2 PM.

Also Checkout: Beaches Near Paris

Book Now: France Honeymoon Trip Packages


Marche aux puces de Saint-Ouen

Marché aux puces de Saint-Ouen is the biggest flea market across the globe and is one of the most visited markets in Paris. The market brings together more than 3,000 merchants dealing in vintage treasures like old furniture,clothes, kitchenware, cameras, books, paintings, bric-a-brac, records, and etcetera.

Do not forget to bring out your bargaining skills and banter with the sellers to get some hot deals. Being one of the prominent shopping markets in Paris, Marché aux puces de Saint-Ouen attracts flocks of visitors for its idiosyncratic atmosphere throughout the year.

Rue des Rosiers, 93400 Saint Ouen France.

Famous For:
Vintage & antique treasures.

Monday: 11AM to 5PM , Saturday-Sunday: 9AM-6PM.

Also Checkout: Paris in March

Book Now:
 Thoiry ZooSafari Tickets


Rue Montorgueil

A perfect amalgamation of modernity with tradition, Rue Montorgueil is one of the oldest markets in  Paris. Nooks and corners of this vibrant marketplace are lined with cafes, bistros, restaurants, bakeries, wine counters, vegetable stalls, fish stores, cheese shops, and flower shops.Being situated at the heart of the city, Rue Montorgueil has become a popular social hub for the Parisians along with being a shopping center.

Rue Montorgueil, 75001 Paris France.

Famous For
: Bakeries, bistros, fish markets and wine counters.

Tuesday-Saturday: 8 AM -1 PM and  4 PM TO 7 PM, Sunday: 9 AM -1 PM.

Also Checkout: Castles Near Paris

Book Now: 
Parc Asterix Tickets, Paris

Guided Tours Explore All (11)
Explore All (11)

Marché Président Wilson

Bursting with high-quality epicurean delights, Marché Président Wilson is the largest open-air food market in Paris. The succulent temptations at the stalls range from the freshest fish, fruits, vegetables, pasta, cheeses, flowers, olives, seafood, organic wines,  charcuteries and more.

Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris, France.

Famous For:
Freshest fish, vegetables, charcuteries, and organic wine.

Wednesday: 7AM -2:30 PM , Saturday: 7AM-3PM.

Also Checkout: Things to Do Near Eiffel Tower Paris

Book Now: Centre Pompidou Tickets


Marchés aux Fleurs

A bucolic haven of peace, Marché aux fleurs have been attracting avid gardeners since the 19th century and is one of the illustrious shopping markets in Paris. The flower market offers a multitude of rare and unusual flower varieties and immerses the passersby on a sensory journey.

A quick conversation with the friendly flower sellers will also help you to seek advice on the most suitable plants for your living space. Apart from the florists, there are also a few charming food stalls with beautiful homemade dishes, fresh fruits, and vegetables.

37 Place Louis Lépine, 75004 Paris, France.

Famous For:
Seasonal flowers, exotic flowers, orchids, plants, and shrubs.

Tuesday-Saturday: 6 AM-5:30 PM, Sunday: 6 AM-1:30 PM.

Also Checkout: Things to Do Near Catacombs Paris

Book Now: Les Invalides Tickets


Marche aux Puces de Montreuil

Beginning with second-hand clothes from luxurious brands to antique furniture,  Marché aux Puces de Montreuil is one of the oldest flea markets in Paris. One can easily chance upon real treasures at a reasonable price while patiently rummaging through the makeshift stalls.

Although less glamorous and prestigious than other flea markets, Marché aux Puces de Montreuil attracts many vintage aficionados and thrifty shoppers every weekend.

2 Square de la Gascogne, 75020 Paris, France.

Famous For:
Antique and vintage treasures.

Saturday to Monday: 7 AM TO 7.30 PM.

Also Checkout: Best Places to Visit in Paris

Book Now: 
Pantheon Paris Ticket

Sightseeing Tours Explore All (20)
Explore All (20)

Le Village Saint-Paul

Le Village Saint-Paul is an alluring courtyard full of antique merchants. It is home to several craft boutiques, vintage stores, art galleries, and lively cafes. Oozing that old world charm, it hosts approximately 200 antique dealers who have made this market their place of business. Don’t forget to show your negotiation skills to pick up antique souvenirs at bargain prices.

Rue Saint-Paul, 75004 Paris, France.

Famous For:
Antique stores, art galleries, and artisan boutique.

Wednesday –Monday: 11 AM and 7 PM.

Also Checkout: Things to Do in Paris in December

Book Now: Conciergerie Tickets, Paris


Le Marché Biologique des Batignolles

Le Marche Biologique des Batignolles attracts visitors from all over Paris and is a one-stop destination for hauling organic products. The all-organic Batignolles market is all about seasonal fruits, vegetables, dried fruits, olive oils, spices, honey, cheeses, honey, jams, and other products straight from the farm.

Apart from the food products, one can also spot florists with their perfumed blooms in different shades. The array of products that are sold here are exclusively grown in France and thus allows vendors to happily provide recommendations to the customers. Undoubtedly, it is one of the eminent shopping markets in Paris to stock up some special cooking items for that gala à la française brunch.

34 Boulevard Des Batignolles, 75017 Paris.

Famous For:
Organic products exclusively grown in France.

Timing: Saturday: 8AM-1:30 PM.

Also Checkout: Paris Museums

Book Now: 
Sainte Chapelle Tickets

Marche Bourse

Marche Bourse is the only open-air food market in Paris that operates during the afternoon. Although smaller in size compared to its peers, Marche Bourse is situated just opposite to the Paris Stock Exchange and is mostly crowded by the workers from the nearby office areas.

As you wander down the market, you will spot plenty of stalls preparing a diverse set of cuisines like Creole-style gumbo, Moroccan –style fish and other ethnic food items. The strong aroma which exudes from these stalls is a talebearer of their lip-smacking taste. Besides, there are also other vendors selling fruits, vegetables, fish and meats.

Place de la Bourse, 75002- Paris, France.

Famous For:
Diverse set of cuisines having influences from all around the globe.

Tuesday: 12:30 PM – 8:30 PM and Friday :12:30 PM – 8:30 PM.

Also Checkout: Things to Do in Versailles

Book Now: Opera Garnier Tickets

Day Tours Explore All (9)
Explore All (9)

Marche Monge

Celebrating its 99th anniversary this year, Marché Monge is a testimony to the culinary culture of Paris. Ruffled amidst a  leafy square with a lovely fountain in its center, it is one of the most amiable markets in Paris. 40 stalls are sprawled over five distinctive alleys and offer fresh food products like meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, organic produce, cheese, wine, flowers, etc.

Especially olives, spices and dried fruit sold by the Greek food stallholders are a real treat to the taste buds. In case someone is spoilt for choice, the stallholders will be more than happy to extend their recommendation to choose the best possible deal and fill your shopping basket.

1, Place Monge, 75005 Paris, France.

Famous For
: Aromatic herbs, Potato varieties, Apples, Pears, Indian Samosas, Dried Fruit.

: Wednesday and Friday: 7 AM-2.30 PM, Sunday: 7 AM-3 PM.

Also Checkout:  
Paris Monuments

Book Noq: 
Versailles Tour From Paris


Marche Dejean

If somebody wants to dig into the flavors of the West African community in Paris, Marché Dejean is the place you need to head to! It is Paris's unofficial African market where there is no shortage of wonder with food stalls stacked up with traditional African ingredients emitting exotic smells.

On one of these casual ventures to Marché Dejean, one might even pick up a few African recipe ideas!Besides, there are also cosmetic parlors, fruit stalls, cafes and textile shops crumbled into the little pedestrianized street.

23 Rue de Suez, 75018 Paris, France.

Famous For
: Hot African spices, African textiles, Hallal butchers, cosmetic shops.

Tuesday-Sunday: 10 AM – 9 PM.

Also Checkout: 
Paris in January

Also Book: Louvre Museum Paris Tickets


Le Marché International de Rungis

Culinary heaven for all the gastronomes and gourmands, Le Marché International de Rungis is the largest wholesale market in the world. It offers the widest variety of food products and is a cult place for all the Parisian restaurateurs.

Fish, meat, fruits, seafood, vegetables, cheese, and fresh flowers are traded here every day in bulk deals. Being the principal market in Paris, it attracts more than 20,000 visitors annually.

Avenue Georges Guynemer, 94550 Chevilly-Larue, France.

Famous For:
Horticultural products, Dairy products, vegetables, fish and meat.

Monday-Saturday: Variance of trading hours for different sectors.

Also Checkout: Paris New Year
Book Now: Paris Museum Pass

People Also Ask About Paris

  1. Which are the best night markets in Paris?

    1. Marche d'aligre: If you can't get over the scrumptious smell of the sweet breads of France, then don't forget to visit this night market. This extravagant market is a local’s favourite, and has a plethora of incredibly delicious French food and cuisine.

    2. Marché International de Rungis: A fancy treat for foodies, Marché is the world's most renowned and extensive wholesale market featuring fresh European delicacies to leave you licking your fingers and taste buds dancing for hours.

    3. Boulevard saint Germain: Shopaholics get ready to become a fashion icon, by shopping at the world's fashion capital. Boulevard features high end boutiques with enthralling collections of glamorous and high end style clothing and extravagant accessories. Tourists can also buy home decor items and luxury kitchenware!

    4. Rue de commerce: Shop for makeup items, jewellery and staggering clothing items at this famous street shop.It also features a plethora of branded boutiques to small street businesses catering to the shopaholics within you. Rue de commerce has a number of voracious bakeries and cafes with the best cuisine from around the world. So, enjoy and relax while you admire the bewitching aura of France.

    You May Like: France Trip Packages

  2. Which are the best Flea Markets in Paris?

    1. Vanves flea market: This is one of the largest flea markets in Paris with over 400 stalls and merchants featuring a wide range of intriguing items like medals, coins, silver wares, antiques, jewellery and home decor. These are duty free shops and permit bargaining too!

    2. Rue d'Aligre Flea Market: From exotic French food to intriguing and enthralling items, this flea market is located in a large open air street. Explore this huge mart and shop for French breads, chocolates, and scrumptious cheese. Jewellery and beautiful antiques and home decors can also be found.

    3. Village Saint Paul: Who doesn’t love bargaining? If antiques interest you, then this flea market has a plethora of medieval period souvenirs and items with rich history and tales attached to it. Luxury jewellery and silverware can also be found at the street shops adorning the market.

    4. Les puces: This market has been a famous tourist attraction for over a decade. Surviving through wars and revolution, this flea market has a plethora of duty free shops featuring antiques and glassware of the 18th century. Take a souvenir for your loved ones while shopping at this popular flea market.

    Checkout: France Honeymoon Package

  3. Is Paris good for shopping?

    Shopping in Paris is considered to be the most phenomenal affair. It is home to all the top-notch luxury brands and the seamless fashion in the world. Next time you are off to Paris, don't forget to shop at the fashion capital to up your game.

    Also Checkout & Book:
     Dis­ney­land Paris Tickets
  4. Where are Christmas markets in Paris?

    Conventional Christmas markets are found all over Paris, mostly operating between the end of November to the beginning of January. Christmas markets in Paris are a staple of the festive season and pop up across the French capital lasting a few days to one full month.

    You May Also Like To Book: Versailles Tickets
  5. What is famous in Paris for shopping?

    High-end designer wears, skincare essentials, perfumes, home decors, and lip-smacking confectionaries are overtly famous in Paris.

    Also Checkout: Paris Couple Packages
  6. What should I buy in Paris?

    If you are willing to take back a real slice of Paris, shop as the Parisians do! Expand your money on Parisian beauty products, delicious confectioneries, organic chocolates, local cheeses, seasonal spices, rose wines and vintage clothes.

    Explore & Book: Eiffel Tower Tickets
  7. Which are the best Europe tour packages?

  8. Which are some of the best Paris city tours to book from Thrillophilia?

  9. What are the best Paris tour packages that we can book with Thrillophilia?

Newly Added Paris Experience

Paris Top Attractions

Places To Visit In Paris

More Paris Attractions

Louvre Museum, paris Notre Dame Cathedral , paris Notre Dame Cathedral , paris Arc De Triomphe, paris Arc De Triomphe, paris Montmartre, paris Palace Of Versailles, paris Montmartre, paris Palace Of Versailles, paris Palais Garnier (The Opéra Garnier Grand Hall), paris Palais Garnier (The Opéra Garnier Grand Hall), paris Latin Quarter, paris Latin Quarter, paris Disneyland, paris Disneyland, paris Parc Asterix, paris Parc Asterix, paris Centre Pompidou Paris Aquaboulevard Paris Centre Pompidou Paris Aquaboulevard Paris Moulin Rouge Paris Moulin Rouge Paris Place De La Concorde, paris Place De La Concorde, paris Sainte Chapelle, paris Sainte Chapelle, paris Musee D'orsay, paris Musee D'orsay, paris Champs Elysees, paris Champs Elysees, paris Petit Palais Paris Petit Palais Paris Le Manoir De Paris Le Manoir De Paris Place Des Vosges, paris Place Des Vosges, paris Paris Zoological Park National Museum of Natural History Paris Parc de la Villette Paris Paris Zoological Park National Museum of Natural History Paris Parc de la Villette Paris Bois De Vincennes, paris Bois De Vincennes, paris Musée Jacquemart André, paris Musée Jacquemart André, paris Le Crazy Horse Paris Musee Carnavalet Paris Menagerie du Jardin des Plantes Paris Aquarium de Paris Les Invalides, paris Le Crazy Horse Paris Musee Carnavalet Paris Menagerie du Jardin des Plantes Paris Aquarium de Paris Les Invalides, paris Champs De Mars, paris Champs De Mars, paris Louvre Pyramid, paris Louvre Pyramid, paris Musee de lHomme Paris Musee de la Vie Romantique Paris Parc Des Buttes Chaumont, paris Musee de lHomme Paris Musee de la Vie Romantique Paris Parc Des Buttes Chaumont, paris Pont Neuf, paris Pont Neuf, paris Pont Des Arts, paris Pont Des Arts, paris Saint Germain des Pres Paris Rue De Rivoli, paris Le Marais Paris Musee Zadkine Paris Chateau de Chambord Paris Palais de la Porte Doree Paris LAtelier des Lumieres Paris Saint Germain des Pres Paris Rue De Rivoli, paris Le Marais Paris Musee Zadkine Paris Chateau de Chambord Paris Palais de la Porte Doree Paris LAtelier des Lumieres Paris Palais De Tokyo, paris Palais De Tokyo, paris Paris Flea Market Conciergerie, paris Paris Flea Market Conciergerie, paris Montparnasse Tower, paris Montparnasse Tower, paris Musee des Arts et Metiers Paris Seine River, paris Chateau de Fontainebleau Paris Canal Saint-Martin Paris
13 December 2019
Visiting Disneyland in Paris has always been a dream of mine and I get to thoroughly enjoy it. My idea of pre-booking the tickets was on point. I really didn't want to take any chances. Every moment I spent there was magical and I even got past the queue pretty fast. If you are going to visit Disneyland you better get an advance ticket booked, trust me it really helps.
18 November 2019
The best part about the cruise was the breathtaking view that it served. The commentator in the ship was well informed and gave us great insights throughout the cruise. The trip lasted for about 30 minutes and we got to take a couple of very elegant pictures of the city from the cruise.
22 January 2020
Anjushree Namboothiri Seine River Cruise Paris
We enjoyed an evening cruise on the beautiful waters of the Seine river. The experience was refreshing and we enjoyed the entire cruise. The ship was well maintained and smoothly managed by the people present there. I really like to thank Thrillophilia for its seamless service. I would recommend this cruise to everyone visiting Paris.
16 November 2019
We got the 1:00 PM tour of the La Vallée Village for some much needed shopping that we wanted to do. We shopped and also enjoyed a good meal at the village. There was some really cool stuff that we bought including souvenirs.
12 January 2020
The transport to La Vallée Village was very comfortable. The pickup and drop off was conducted very well. I and my partner engaged in a good shopping escapade where we spent hours buying various things. The village is one of the prominent places to shop and have a good time, overall. I would recommend every person who wants to get into some shopping should definitely visit La Vallee Village. It is worth every penny.
Vaishnavi Mehrotra Picasso National Museum Tickets
The Picasso National Museum carried a ton of history. From the painting to the sculptures to the actual design of the museum everything is historical. Me, being a history buff I was engrossed in the place.
14 October 2019
What an elegant place to discover. I always wanted to visit Picasso National Museum and I found this great discount they were providing on the tickets so I booked them for myself and my parents on our trip to Paris. We just showed our Thrillophilia vouchers on the location and they instantly allowed us in. I really liked it and would definitely recommend Thrillophilia.
Bhargava Acharya Hop on Hop Off Bus Paris
The overall experience I would say was very positive. A must-try, I would say.
17 February 2020
Anjushri Sharma Hop on Hop Off Bus Paris
The Paris Hop On Hop Off is a great way to enjoy and get to see all the important monuments in the place. The trip was amazing and worth a shot. My family along with me got to see a variety of scenic locations around the city. We took a lot of photos and had a great time on the tour. The bus was comfortable and easy to ride on.
06 January 2020
I chose the transfer package of the Disneyland Paris tour by Thrillophilia because I had kids with me and I didn't want to wander around in various transport services with them. The pickup and drop service arranged by the team was really comfortable and saved a lot of my time. The trip was hassle-free. My kids had a lot of fun and I was just happy to see them enjoy so much.

Popular Nearby Places Around Paris

Popular Related Destinations

Places to Visit in India

Places to Visit in Delhi Places to Visit in Goa Places to Visit in Pune Places to Visit in Bangalore Places to Visit in Mumbai Places to Visit in Hyderabad Places to Visit in Jaipur Places to Visit in Chennai Places to Visit in Kolkata Places to Visit in Ladakh Places to Visit in Spiti Places to Visit in Andaman Places to Visit in Arunachal Pradesh Places to Visit in North East Places to Visit in Sikkim Places to Visit in Darjeeling Places to Visit in Meghalaya Places to Visit in Gangtok Places to Visit in Rajasthan Places to Visit in Uttarakhand Places to Visit in Kerala Places to Visit in Karnataka Places to Visit in Maharashtra Places To Visit In Himachal Pradesh Places to Visit in Madhya Pradesh Places to Visit in Kashmir Places to Visit in Manali Places to Visit in Dharamshala Places to Visit in Shimla Places to Visit in Mcleodganj Places to Visit in Nainital Places to Visit in Mussoorie Places to Visit in Dehradun Places to Visit in Rishikesh Places To Visit In Jammu Places to Visit in Srinagar Places to Visit in Chikmagalur Places to Visit in Munnar Places to Visit in Kodaikanal Places to Visit in Ooty Places to Visit in Pondicherry Places to Visit in Wayanad Places to Visit in Coorg Places to Visit in Mysore Places to Visit in Lonavala Places to Visit in Alibaug Places To Visit In Mahabaleshwar Places to Visit in Udaipur Places to Visit in Jodhpur Places to Visit in Jaisalmer Places to Visit in Mount Abu Places to Visit in Agra Places To Visit In South Goa Places To Visit In North Goa
Currency Picker
Commonly Used Currencies
Indian Rupee
USD - $
United States Dollar
SGD - $
Singapore Dollar
AUD - $
Australian Dollar
GBP - £
British Pound
AED - د.إ
United Arab Emirates Dirham
All Other Currencies
Albanian Lek
AMD - դր.
Armenian Dram
ARS - $
Argentine Peso
AWG - ƒ
Aruban Florin
BBD - $
Barbadian Dollar
Bangladeshi Taka
BMD - $
Bermudian Dollar
BND - $
Brunei Dollar
BOB - Bs.
Bolivian Boliviano
BSD - $
Bahamian Dollar
Botswana Pula
BZD - $
Belize Dollar
CAD - $
Canadian Dollar
Swiss Franc
CNY - ¥
Chinese Renminbi Yuan
COP - $
Colombian Peso
Costa Rican Colón
Czech Koruna
DKK - kr.
Danish Krone
DOP - $
Dominican Peso
DZD - د.ج
Algerian Dinar
EGP - ج.م
Egyptian Pound
ETB - Br
Ethiopian Birr
FJD - $
Fijian Dollar
Ghanaian Cedi
GIP - £
Gibraltar Pound
Gambian Dalasi
Guatemalan Quetzal
GYD - $
Guyanese Dollar
HKD - $
Hong Kong Dollar
Honduran Lempira
HRK - kn
Croatian Kuna
Haitian Gourde
HUF - Ft
Hungarian Forint
IDR - Rp
Indonesian Rupiah
Israeli New Sheqel
JMD - $
Jamaican Dollar
Kenyan Shilling
KGS - som
Kyrgyzstani Som
Cambodian Riel
KYD - $
Cayman Islands Dollar
Kazakhstani Tenge
Lao Kip
LBP - ل.ل
Lebanese Pound
Sri Lankan Rupee
LRD - $
Liberian Dollar
Lesotho Loti
MAD - د.م.
Moroccan Dirham
Moldovan Leu
MKD - ден
Macedonian Denar
Myanmar Kyat
Mongolian Tögrög
Macanese Pataca
Mauritian Rupee
Maldivian Rufiyaa
Malawian Kwacha
MXN - $
Mexican Peso
Malaysian Ringgit
NAD - $
Namibian Dollar
NIO - C$
Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
Vietnamese dong