Women of all ages and all walks of life will love this store. The clothes are moderately priced and the store offers a wide variety of choices. You could almost get lost between the high-class suit section, pants selection and the evening dresses, but fortunately the very patient sales staff are there to help you find your way around (if you ask them).
The Bilboquet is a realm of wooden toys in bight and sparkling colours! This little shop huddled on the corner of a street distinguishes itself with the originality of the toys it has to offer. On entering the shop your child will be filled with wonder at the number of toys packed into such a small place, and their wide range of bright colours, and all made of one of the most noble materials: wood. This shop is a real pleasure for curious children and parents who like beautiful things at reasonable prices!
The style here is really rather unusual! So, those of you who are saucy, fond of the eccentric and mad keen on red and black, stay away! Only well brought up girls (either truly or just think they are) will feel at home here. A whole range of sensible ready-to-wear clothes has been created especially for them with an air of Spring and in line with teenage fashions but they are also.very expensive!
This shopping centre consists of 130 shops and 2400 parking spaces. The centre is spacious and its architecture (just recently given an uplift) modern. Apart, perhaps, from Saturday afternoons, when you feel you might be crushed by the crowds, it's a pleasant place to be. Fashion shops abound here but you'll also find the BHV, Casa and "Nature et Découvertes". If you still have some time left after your shopping you can go up to the centre's terrace, where you'll find the greenery of a small park and can admire a wonderful panoramic view of the town of Strasbourg.
Here you'll find articles of clothing for children up to 12 years and their expectant mums! The clothes are cute and of good quality, are made of soft materials and come in pretty colours, and following the example of the well-known mail order catalogue, are not at all expensive.
At C & A's you tend to have the impression that the sales are on every day! You can find something for every member of the family here, whatever the circumstances, the time of year or taste (since they have lines that are very "with it" and others that are more classic) at unbeatable prices. The shop is huge and also sells numerous accessories and doesn't skimp on quality which all helps to forget the staff's, sometimes obvious, unpleasant mood.
"Quai des Brumes" provides not only a good choice of books but also appropriate advice! The books proposed are all current ones, either recently published or award-winning. An important place is given to suspense and detective stories that take up a good many shelves. If you wish to keep up to date with the literary news or just have a look through the "suspense" shelves pay a visit to "Quai des Brumes"!
Gengenbach Winzer lies at the entrance of a picturesque valley and has been a Gengenbach tradition for over five decades. However, the site of the liquor store has historically been a vineyard, with records showing that the early Benedictines had vine farms dating back to over a thousand years. Plentiful sunshine, shaded areas and a favorable climate create ideal conditions for some of the finest wines of the region. Some of its popular products include Riesling, Chardonnay and Regent, among others. The wine store also remains a thriving venue for live-in concerts and other events.
If you're anti-futurist and not in the mood for breaking into your piggy bank to buy something for a fashionable child, you'd better be on your way! For the others, you'll immediately be enchanted by this shop's huge and enticing display windows, and you won't be able to stop yourself going in to experience the soft, gentle atmosphere of the place. The place oozes quality and carries all the brand names you crave for your little imps. Of course, when you come away your pocketbook will be a little worse for wear; but then, what's a little money when you love, dahling?