Where to shop in Paris
Paris is one of the best cities for shopping. Below we offer the best places to buy in Paris, whether you are looking to buy cheap like looking luxury shops.
Galeries Lafayette. In these famous galleries we can find spaces jewelry, footwear, clothing …
40, boulevard Haussmann.
Printemps. Find jewelry, footwear, clothing …
64, boulevard Haussmann.
Tati. These are the cheapest stores to buy in Paris. They have everything imaginable, children’s fashion, furniture, jewelry … There are several scattered around Paris:
– 4, boulevard Rochechouart.
-172, rue du Temple.
– 96, rue St Lazare
– 68, avenue du Maine
– 76, avenue de Clichy
Les Passages. It is commercial galleries of the early nineteenth century characterized by its high vaulted ceilings iron and glass. Now house teahouses, bookstores and shops of various kinds. Some of the most interesting are:
Galerie Vivienne: 6, Rue Vivienne
Passage des Panormas: 11, boulevard Montmartre
Passage Jouffroy: 10-12 boulevard Montmartre
Galerie Vero Dodat: 19, rue Jean-Jacques-Rousseau
Passage Choiseul: 40, rue des Petits-Champs
Forum des Halles. Old popular market was turned into a modern shopping center that houses today many clothing stores, shoes and souvenirs among other things. The surrounding streets are lined with shops, one after another, with modern clothes and unconventional.
Dirección: 1, Rue Pierre Lescot.
Metro: Les Halles.
Marché aux puces. It has more than 2000 stalls filled with antiques, furniture, art, glassware, jewelry, books, records, used clothing and much more. Hours: Saturday from 9:00 to 18:00, Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 and Monday from 11:00 to 17:00.
Address: 138/140 rue des Rosiers
Metro: Porte de Clignancourt
Marché Belleville. Belleville boulevard changes its appearance every Tuesday and Friday when the market is installed with their fruits and vegetables, meats, fabrics, flowers and even a rake. This market is known to be the cheapest in Paris. 7:00 to 14:30 hours.
Address: 63 boulevard de Belleville
Metro: M° Couronnes
Marché aux fleurs. Dedicated entirely to flowers and located on the banks of the Seine, it offers a range of the most diverse plants and shrubs. Sunday gives way to the Bird Market where we find rare species and all accessories needed. Flower Market hours from 8:00 to 19:30. Hours bird market, Sunday from 8:00 to 19:00.
Address: Place Louis Lépine / Quai de la Corse.
Marché de Saint-Denis. Between the Stade de France and the Basilica, this market offers us three times a week, fruits, spices and sweets throughout the world. Tuesday, Friday and Sunday from 08:00 to 13:00.
Address: Place du marché Saint-Denis.
Metro: Basilique de Saint-Denis.
Marché aux Timbres. Here you will find old stamps and coins. Hours: Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 to 19:00.
Address: 20, Avenue Gabriel.
Metro: Champs Elysées Clemenceau.
Shops beside the river (bouquinistes). In front of Notre Dame, along the Seine near the Latin Quarter, where there are stalls selling books, prints, posters, postcards and souvenirs of Paris.
Area Montmartre. This area is full of shops selling souvenirs. In almost all have the same but we can find cheap souvenirs. We can also see the work of painters and buy one of his paintings.
Area Louvre. Near the Louvre also we find many shops.
HAUTE COUTURE SHOPS
Avenue Montaigne. It stretches from the River Seine to reach the Champs Elysees, in just 500 meters be dazzled seeing those complete luxury shops.
Metro: Alma-Marceau / Franklin D.Roosevelt.
Faubourg-Saint-Honoré. It is one of the most prestigious and shopping to buy in Paris streets. Walking through it we can find international brands like Gucci, Dior, Valentino …
Place Vendôme. It is a paradise for any fan of fine jewelry. In this emblematic square are the most prestigious brands such as Cartier, Armani, Bulgari, Chanel …
Metro: Tuileries / Pyramides / Opéra / Madeleine
Av. Champs Elysees. It is the area to buy in Paris most exclusive and expensive in the world, features stores such as Louis Vuitton, Cartier and Hugo Boss among others.
Metro: Charles de Gaulle-Étoile.
Shakespeare and Co. This library is very famous in Paris. Riddled with books to the ceiling, a piano where you can play a nice melody or a chessboard where you can play a game with any of the volunteers q staying there, this library receives thousands of visitors every day. The books sold are mostly in English. There are second-hand and new. Although not go shopping worth a visit.
Address: 37 Rue de la Bûcherie (against Notre Dame, the Seine bank)
Metro: Saint Michel
Librairie Gibert. Here you will find anything you can imagine and in many languages. It is a library divided into several buildings and has both new and second-hand books.
Address: Place et Quai St Michel
Métro : Saint-Michel.
Abbey Bookshop. Famous for offering free tea and coffee to customers, it will find a good selection of new works and second hand.
Address: 29, rue de la Parcheminerie.
Metro: Cluny-La Sorbonne.
SHOPS WINE AND CHEESE
Alléosse. Cheeses made with traditional methods.
Address: 13, rue Poncelet. (near the Arch of Triumph)
Marie-Anne Cantin. Cheese Shop.
Address: 12, rue du Champs de Mars.
Metro: Ecole Militaire.
Fermette Montorgueil. Cheese shop with more than 250 different kinds. The property offers the possibility of vacuum-packing all the products on sale.
Address: 86, rue Montorgueil. (cerca de Les Halles)
La mère de famille. Wine store. It has the honor of being the oldest in Paris. It has many different types of wines.
Address: 35, rue Faubourg Montmartre.
Au Verger de la Madeleine. Wine store. It is ideal to find little-known wines.
Address: 4, Boulevard Malesherbes.
Rue Cler. Pedestrian street lined with artisan bakeries, cheese shops and delicatessens.
Subway: Ecole Militaire.