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Sandwiched between the National Archives building and the beautiful Place des Vosges Rue des Francs-Bourgeois is a trendy Parisian shopping spot. This area is one of the few where shops are open on Sunday. The chic shops, restaurants, and historical buildings have all maintained their original store fronts adding to the ambiance. Join the many visitors and locals and explore this picturesque area of Paris for yourself!
The Place d'Aligre is the spot for several of Paris' more famous markets, including the Marché d'Aligre and Marché Beauvau. Fruits and vegetables can be bought at the Marché d'Aligre at attractive rates. One can find the daily customers haggling with the stall-vendors over prices. Visit the area for your daily dose of vegetables or just some plain and simple people-watching.
Starting from the intersection at Sant-Augustin metro and running all the way to rue Drouot, Boulevard Haussmann, opened in 1864 to help ease Paris' transition from a medieval city to a modern capitol. Planned by Georges Haussman as part of an extravagant series of reforms, this boulevard is famous for infusing the then cluttered city-scape of Paris with refinement. Here you will find the immaculate Le Printemps and Galeries Lafayette, two must-see shopping hot spots for quality Parisian couture, home accessories and more.
Many remarkable art galleries and boutiques are found on the Faubourg Saint-Honoré, an avenue of upscale commerce in Paris. For art enthusiasts, a walk down this avenue becomes a truly memorable experience. The galleries, which are mostly concentrated between Place St-Phillipe-du-Roule and Avenue de Marigny, offer some of the most exceptional work by contemporary artists and beautiful French furniture. This avenue also supports Paris' reputation as a world center for fashion as many famous designers such as Givenchy and Chanel maintain boutiques here. A walk along the avenue of Faubourg Saint-Honoré, filled with impressionist art and pulsating fashion, is guaranteed to leave an impression.
Be ready to empty your wallet here; the Golden Triangle, is famed for its top-notch designer shops! This upscale shopping district offers an array of designer stores including, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Chanel and many more. Three landmark streets are what define this trendy shopping district: Avenue des Champs Elysées, Avenue Montaigne and Avenue Georges V. Don't let the swanky brand names scare you off, this chic shopping district has plenty of affordable stores as well!
This shopping mecca is a high-fashion enclave for all things BCBG. Situated in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, Rue du Passy is home to some of the city's classiest boutiques. In addition to these staples of classic luxury the area has been revitalized by the recent infusion of new shops tending towards trendier styles.
Shopping is one France's best feature, and Les 4 temps just proves it right! Les Quatre Temps Shopping Centre is a massive shopping mall which clubs shopping, leisure and relaxation and provides an array of shops, restaurants and cafés for the visitors to relax after a day of sightseeing in La Defense. The mall is massive and a day might be less to tour the whole mall. The mall even has indoor mapping system which makes navigation extremely easy for customers. After your shopping expedition, you can enjoy a nice meal at the food court and then head to the movie theater inside to end a perfect day here.