First time in a city, it can be difficult to know where to go, for example to find good restaurants, museums or shopping. Below are some famous districts in Paris for those who want to do a little shopping.
Paris is known as the fashion capital of the world, and every Fashionista can agree: It’s a dream to shop here!
From the finest fashion houses and famous fashion designers to newcomers and chic boutiques. It is both easy and difficult to shop in Paris, it is usually easy to find what you are looking for but at the same time, the range is so large that it is difficult to keep up.
This famous street is now a Bling–Bling Street where large chains, malls, banks and cinemas are all in one place. Look for Avenue Montaigne, Paris‘s equivalent to Rodeo Drive, where all major brands are available.
Rue Saint-Honoré and Place Vendôme
This is where you go if you‘re looking for jewelry and gems! Incredibly chic area with French brands; Chanel, Hermes, Colette. Expensive and real bling bling!
Perhaps the hottest point in Paris today? Here, the new, hungry designers fight fort he best location to open their stores. See for yourself, walk from Rue des Francs-Bourgeois to Rue Charlot and around. It can get ugly!
The area known as the “French middle class downtown”. Here are most of the major brands and you will always find what you are looking for.
Are you in desperate need of souvenirs from Paris you must go here, otherwise it is not so much to do in this area, in terms of shopping, But walking around in these beautiful neighborhoods and enjoying the more relaxed atmosphere. Here are a lot of great vintage stores and antique shops.
Bra att känna till inför shoppingrundan:
Opening hours: 10: 00-18: 00 (some till 19:00)
Malls are usually open between 09: 00-21: 00
Shops are open Monday-Saturday, closed on other days and holidays
All prices in France are including VAT.
If you buy something over € 90.15 you can get the VAT back