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Right in the middle of Rue Venture, a side street between the overcrowded shops of Rue Saint-Ferréol and the chic boutiques of Rue Paradis, is Luciole, a small Chinese and Japanese furniture store – while, most importantly, the best tea shop in Marseille! Over a hundred varieties are available, including Mariage Frères tea. You’ll find fragrant green teas, red teas, Chinese varieties of all kinds, others from the Himalayas, Ceylon, Japanese teas and more. There are also small items for sale: incense, origami, home decor, tableware and clothing (kimonos), everything being typical Japanese/Eastern Asian styles. The service at Luciole is always very pleasant with a touch of sophistication.
Marseille En Vacances is a great shop to buy t-shirts made in Marseille. The shirts have logos on them that are either cute or funny. The shirts are for both men and women, as well as children. There are also some great accessories, such as key chains, bags and magnets available here.
Marseilles has its very own mountain bike assembly expert set amongst the stretch of motorbike retailers on Cours Lieutaud. Frames, forks, handlebars and pedals are assembled to build the bike of your dreams, according to your needs and budget. You will find brand names such as Scott, Diamo and Trash, some worthwhile discounts and professional advice from hard-core riders.
The combination of luxury and elegance has a name and the typical initials of the fashion brand embellish everything your heart desires. In addition to the classic bags for men and women, they can also be found on shoes, eyewear, watches and selected garments. The shop also impresses with its elegant interior and understated design.
Nicolas is a chain of wine shops in France. There are several in Marseille. For you or to gift, from table wines to high-brow fine wines and even some liquor and fine spirits, Nicolas is pretty much a wine paradise. There's something for every taste: white, red, rose, Burgundy, Côtes du Rhône, Pouilly and many others. In short, a real treat for wine fans and connoisseurs. You will also find several bottles in the refrigerator with Nicolas labels: white, rose and champagne, ready to be enjoyed immediately. The stores also offer wine and food advice, seasonal tasting and even offer home delivery.
In Spanish, the word 'desigual' means unequal or different. These two terms also describe perfectly the collection of the fashion label that was founded by the Swiss Thomas Meyer in 1984. Desigual's creations are colourful, figured and eye-catching. Every single one of the pieces emanates optimism, joy and power. The facility of the stores is just the same way - so shopping turns into a pleasuring adventure.