Opposite a series of half-timbered and stone private mansions stand two pavilions with cast-iron pillars and multi-coloured bricks, designed by the city’s architect Jean-Baptiste Martenot (1868-1871). They currently house France’s second-largest market every Saturday morning.
- To get there by metro: lines a and b, Sainte-Anne station | By bus: line C2, Les Lices stop (City centre shuttle bus, Place des Lices stop from 24 October 2022) | STAR station, the bicycle: Les Lices | By car: Les Lices parking
- Open every Saturday morning during the Lices Market (food and flower market)
- Accessible to people with reduced mobility