Paris as a world fashion city, offers many shopping places, ranging from a variety of high-end boutiques to cheap bargains. For those of you who want to enjoy the luxury of shopping in high-class designer boutiques, can go to Louvre-Tuileries, or if you want to find quality vintage items, Saint-Ouen Flea Market is the right choice. Of course there are many other shopping destinations. Here are seven interesting shopping centers to visit while walking in Paris, France, as quoted from About.
Louvre-Tuileries and Faubourg Saint-Honore
Faubourg Saint-Honore is one of the fashion centers in Paris. The place is the best destination for you to find a variety of fashion designs for Creme de la creme, unique furniture, and cosmetics of the highest quality. Located in the Louvre-Tuileries neighborhood and only a few blocks from the Opera Garnier and Paris department stores on Boulevard Haussmann.
At Saint-Honore you can find a variety of high-end classic fashion brands such as Versace, Hermes, Yves Saint Laurent, and Colette. To get there, can be via Metro Concorde, Tuileries (Line 1), and Pyramides (Lines 7 and 14).
Main street: Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, Rue Saint-Honore, Rue de la Paix, Place Vendome.
Paris Department Stores District – Boulevard Haussmann
This shopping center is one of the mandatory destinations for tourists to shop. Here you can find various types of items ranging from fashion, typical Parisian cuisine, home designs, even jewelry. At this shopping center, Galeries Lafayette and Printemps department stores dominate Boulevard Haussmann with the original grandeur of Belle Epoque.
You can take it by Metro Havre-Caumartin (Line 3 or 9), Opera (Line 3, 7, 8), or Auber RER (Line A).
Main road: Boulevard Haussmann.
For art lovers and collectors of unique items, The Marais is the right place. There you can find a variety of unusual fashion products, unique jewelry and various antiques, as well as other fine arts. Try shopping for antiques or fine arts at the Place des Vosges, or treat your eyes by shopping for jewelry in boutiques such as Rue des Francs-Bourgeois. You can also explore boutiques featuring the latest designer designs at Rosiers Rue des.
If you are interested in it, you can go via Metro Saint-Paul (Line 1) or Hotel de Ville (Line 1 and 11).
Main street: Rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Place des Vosges, Rue de Turenne, Rue des Rosiers.
Avenue Montaigne and Avenue des Champs-Elysees
The place is the center of fashion lovers. In this place you will find various kinds of legendary designer designs such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Dior along the way. In addition, you can also shop at world favorite retail stores like Zara. Once satisfied shopping, treat your tongue with the sweetness of the legendary macaroon at Laduree.
To get there, you can take the Alma Marceau Metro (Line 9), Franklin D. Roosevelt (Line 1 and 9), George V (Line 1), and RER A (Charles de Gaulle Etoile-).
Saint-Ouen Flea Market
For shopping enthusiasts, items in the form of vintage, unique and inexpensive fashion items, Saint-Ouen Flea Market can be the right place. Located on the northern tip of Paris, puces les is a must-visit shopping place, here you can get vintage items, from clothes, shoes, to antique paintings. If you are lucky, you can also find branded items at cheap prices.
To get there, you can go to Metro Porte de Clingancourt (Line 4), or Garibaldi (Line 13).
Here you can find various famous Parisian cafes, such as Les Deux Magots and Café de Flore. In addition, of course you can also shop at boutiques owned by Sonia Rykiel and Paco Rabanne, as well as famous department stores such as Le Bon Marche.
If you want to go there, you can take the Metro Saint-Germain-des-Pres (Line 4), Sevres-Babylone (Line 10).
Main road: Blvd. St-Germain, Rue St Andre-des-Arts, Rue de Sevres
Les Halles and Rue de Rivoli
Les Halles is an underground shopping center that was inaugurated as a major shopping area in the 20th century. There you will feel like in a labyrinth. You will shop while adventuring because the place is fairly spacious. Likewise with Rue de Rivoli, in the Rue Montorgueil area. A variety of unique contemporary boutiques are there, including Barbara Bui and the works of young designers in Paris.