Top Shopping Areas in Paris

If you are looking for a place to bring alive your fantasies, then look no more and pull up your socks to dive in the fresh life style of Paris. Paris is not just a place that offer romantic ambiance, but also promises to cam the craving for adventure and various other activities.  Paris is the one and only place that still hold the ride of being the evergreen hot spot for fashion and budding trends. This place has lot to offer and is undoubtedly the one stop for people who wish to be a part of impeccable historical testaments and have marvelous shopping experience that seems to have no end.

Every year it attracts millions of people all over the world. The star studded city is the right place to satiate discount hunters, fashion freaks, window shoppers, designers and divas. So, are to ready to track and steal the hottest deals from the style checked streets of Paris! If yes! Then “Bienvenue à la mode paradis”!!


Louvre-Tuileries and Faubourg Saint-Honoré

If you are fashion addition and do some root research, Louvre-Tuileries and Faubourg Saint-Honoré are the right places for you. This place is also known as the pulse of fashion and trend in Paris. You can get here by Metro Concorde, Pyramides (Line 7, 14) and Tuileries (Line 1). Shoppers can dig in the best here with quality cosmetics, chic home furnishing items and designer Crème de la crème designer merchandises. Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Rue de la Paix, Rue Saint-Honoré and Place Vendoem are the streets that celebrate the true meaning of fashion for the whole year.


The Louvre-Tuileris and Faubourg Saint-Honoré district are resides close, which means you can get everything right away at one place. The department stores block located on Boulevard Haussmann and the Saint-Honoré fashion area is stuffed with creations of classic designers and popular brands like Hermes, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent, which also houses revolutionary concept shops like Merci.

Faubourg Saint-Honoré

Boulevard Haussmann – Paris Department Stores District

If you are a real fashionista and bagging the hottest collection of the season is your only mission, then Boulevard Haussmann exactly the place where you need to be.

This street is full of department stores, which popularly hold the trendiest collection from all over the world. Stores like Printemps and Galeries Lafayette are some of the famed department stores of the gleaming Boulevard Haussmann. You can get almost everything here that relates with the latest trend, both in style and technology such as the real Belle Epoque grandeur, jewelry, gourmet food shopping, latest designer collections for every age, home furnishing and designing materials, and even hardware forming the labyrinth of unending delights. To get here, you need to catch a metro at Havre-Caumartin (Line 9 or 3), RER Auber (Line A) and Opera (Lines 8, 7, 3),

Boulevard Haussmann – Paris Department Stores District


The Marais

If you have an eye for art and artifacts, come to historic Marais quarter. A place which is can be witnessed celebrating the unique and finely-crafted art of Paris. A place that is no less than a paradise for art lovers. So, what are you waiting for? Grab the best antiques and offer your home the desired regal look. You can satiate your craving for fine-arts in Place des Vosges, jewelry at Satellite on located on Rue des Francs-Bourgeois and explore Eclectic fashion collection by budding designers on Rue des Rosiers. To get here, you can use metro service from Hotel de Ville (Line 11, 1) or Saint-Paul (Line 1). For beautiful and unique fine arts items, hunt down the streets of  Rue de Turenne, Rue des Rosiers, Rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Place des Vosges.

The Marais

Avenue des Champs-Elysées and Avenue Montaigne

Walk in to the home of popular brands and notorious collection and bag some right from the manufacturer store. And why not! After all! You are in the city’s richest fashion junctures: Avenue des Champs –Elysées and Avenue Montaigne. Montaigne is popular for having or holding some of the most outstripping and legendary designers like Dior and Chanel in its very street, while the Champs-Elysées hold luxury brands like Louis Vuitton. Apart from this, Champs-Elysées is one of the major spots that relate with global fashion chains like Zara.

Avenue des Champs-Elysées


And for devouring lip smacking sweets dishes, check out luscious macaroon at Laduree.

This place is not just best for designer shopping and trendy chain stores, but also for sunday shopping fiestas. Catch Metro Franklin D. Roosevelt (Lines 9 and 1), Alma Marceau (Line 9), RER A, George V (Line 1).

Avenue Montaigne


Paris Flea Markets

If you are tight on budget and desire for a fulfilling shopping experience, visit The Saint-Ouen flea market- the city’s largest and oldest market, offering business since 19th century. This major shopping stop of Paris is sited on the tip of northern Paris. Here, nothing is scarce but time. You’ll feel like doing window shopping, as you can find almost everything here, like antique furniture, vintage clothes, odd objects etc. It you are lucky enough, you may even get a masterpiece at cheap. Sundays brings terrible crowd, therefore shopping at weekdays are much preferable. Well! This is not the only one, there are many other worth browsing, which are spread all over Paris.

This place is heaven for discount hunters and people with tight budget. To get here, take Metro Garibaldi (Line 13) or Porte de Clingancourt (Line 4).

Paris Flea Markets



St. Germain-des-Pres was once popular for its haunted cafes, which successfully acquired new face with changing trend. After all! Its Paris, a place where love and romance blooms, not haunting. With BCBG, it turned into a key attraction for fashion lovers. Designers like, Paco Rabanne and Sonia Rykiel are running boutiques here along with the popular Le Bon Marché department store, offering pure bliss for foodies. Book lovers can pay a visit at Rue Saint (Andre des Arts) to take a deep look at the culture and ethics of Paris.

This place is best for books, chic classic design, and home furnishings items.

The area covers the streets of Blvd. St.-Germain, Rue de Sèvres and Rue St. André-des-Arts. Conveyance: Metro Sèvres-Babylone (Line 10) and Saint-Germain-des-Prés (Line 4).



Rue de Rivoli and Les Halles

The place holds the major shopping area of Paris, which was once the biggest food market and known as “the guts of Paris. Here, you can treasure the experience of visiting a beautifully designed underground mall at metro Les Halles. Stepping in the reign global chain store means a straight entry into the fashion hub. Rue de Rivoli is quite similar; while in Rue Montorgueil area, you’ll be able to track down some of the most quirky and contemporary boutiques abound, along with Barbara Bui and many young avant-garde designers.

Rue de Rivoli


In order to rob the steets of Rue de Rivoli, Rue de Turbigo, Rue Pierre-Lescot and Rue Etienne Marcel, catch: Metro Chatelet-Les Halles (RER A,B Line 4,)

Les Halles

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Jan 16, 2013 by Dennis

The Boulevard Haussmann – Paris Department Stores District looks very lovely. I think my wife would definitely have a very good time going in that district for shopping. I've just checked some of the best hotels that you talked about in your article that I find to be near Haussman. I think I'll make reservations. , USA 5.0 5.0 1 1 The Boulevard Haussmann – Paris Department Stores District looks very lovely. I think my wife would definitely have a very good time going in that district for shopping. I've jus

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