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Without a doubt, this is one of the best places to go in Cours Julien. As well as offering a stock of comics which are frequently updated and skilfully classified, you can have a drink, discuss 'Manga' or even hang around for a while, flicking through 'Géo'. This shop successfully intertwines the pleasure of discovering new publications with the relaxation of having a discussion with other comic book fans.
The mass of blue and white on the Canebière is where genuine football mania and profiteering business collide. No less than 5 television screens show loops of advertisements along with anything related to the city's pride and joy - its football team. There is a wide assortment of clothes and gadgets touching on the obsessional for sale, including cuddly toys, board games, Zippo lighters and even a comic strip biography of Papin, with a preface by Bernard Tapie. Practically a second home to supporters of Olympique Marseille.
The shop window of Clichés du Passé is eye-catching and attracts the curiosity of passers by. From old postcards,magazines, books to newspapers of the day you were born, by going through the selection of personalized ornaments you will gain a new perspective on past events. A good place for original gifts.
At the heart of the city center, Centre Bourse spans a multitude of shops that promise absolute retail therapy. It attracts all sorts of people as it has everything from designer stores to small-scale boutiques to hobby and art stores and a lot more. There are of course places to sit, eat or to rest between shops. The regular sales and discount offers running across the mall add to the overall shopping experience. Centre Bourse also has a parking lot that is open 7 days a week.