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  • Christmas Window in Paris
    Christmas Window in Paris
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  • Marché aux Puce St. Ouen
    Marché aux Puce St. Ouen
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    Au Printemps au début du printemps.
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  • Galeries Lafayette, Paris

    1. Galeries Lafayette

    One of the stores inside Galeries Lafayette was several floors in size. I found the women's wear on second floor. I tried on two cashmere sweaters. I fell in love with one and bought it. The...

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  • Souvenirs, Paris

    2. Souvenirs

    This is my first ever Paris shopping Tip. I'm not seriously into shopping so I leave those tips to the experts. However, we found a really fun store on our last trip. It is a chain of six stores in...

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  • Champs Elysées, Paris

    3. Champs Elysées

    There are a few trendy shops at the Arcade along the Champs Elysees that sell men's and women's clothing. The stores are always packed and you can definitely find some really nice pieces of clothing....

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  • Monoprix, Paris

    4. Monoprix

    Monoprix is the store of better value most known in France and to many visitors, now part of the Groupe Casino (supermarkets), and encompassing many brands such as Monoprix, Monop,Monop'Daily,...

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  • Le Forum des Halles, Paris

    5. Le Forum des Halles

    there is construction going on all around and inside the Forum until 2016, but shops are open until 20H. I was just there this week and all is open easy in and out even as construction continues The...

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  • Sephora, Paris

    6. Sephora

    Sephora is a very special place in Paris for me for the simple reason that I always found myself here to purchase my mother a perfume unique to Paris. And yes, there are Sephora's everywhere in the...

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  • Street Markets, Paris

    7. Street Markets

    On the pleasant and lively street called Rue de Bretagne there is a covered market with the unusual name Marché des Enfants Rouges (Market of the Red Children). It turns out that this is the oldest...

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  • Printemps, Paris

    8. Printemps

    Similar to Galeries Lafayette Printemps is a great place to find just about anything. It's a multi-storied shopping complex which carries approximately the same types of items Galeries Lafayette does....

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  • Les Puces - Flea Markets, Paris

    9. Les Puces - Flea Markets

    there are several but the main ones are An up and comer that I visit recently is at La Bastille, where they have renovated many old buildings around it to make room for artists shops; the marché de...

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  • Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

    10. Carrousel du Louvre

    These are many shops underground by the Louvre, hightly popular with visitors it has added Lacoste store recently to its lineups. The boutiques stores hours are Mondays to Sundays 10h to 20h and...

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  • Samaritaine, Paris

    11. Samaritaine

    La Samaritaine was and will be an institution in Paris, known to shoppers and visitors alike for years. It was founded by Ernest Cognacq and his wife Louise Jay in 1869. Several adjacent buildings...

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  • Electronics, Paris

    12. Electronics

    well this is it, my boys favorite store, and one more. HEre you get all the latest video games, in all machines systems, and the opportunity to exchange and sale the used one for new ones. A card...

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  • Louis Vuitton, Paris

    13. Louis Vuitton

    Louis Vuitton, one of many French prestige brands known worldwide, was created in 1854. It's one of the world's leading international luxury fashion houses. Luggage is still made by hand. "The woven...

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  • Tati, Paris

    14. Tati

    I went to Paris to shop for ladies clothes, shoes and accessories. Now, Paris is known for it's high end shops but as most of us can't afford to pop into Chanel or Dior luckily there are plenty of...

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  • Rue de Rivoli, Paris

    15. Rue de Rivoli

    I spend a lot of time around Palais Royale, it's one of my favorite places in Paris to wander after Montmartre of course. Here under the arches of the Palais Royale along Rue du Rivoli are the many...

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  • Sales, Paris

    16. Sales

    one stop shopping inside Paris , two great malls or shopping center for all your modern city shopping needs. http://www.italie2.com/ 130 stores, stores open Mondays to Saturdays from 10h-20h late...

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  • La Valee Village, Paris

    17. La Valee Village

    If you like Outlets I will indicate you to La Villée Village, it's a "unique outlet shopping village" it's located only 30 minutes from the center of Paris, and a 5 minutes from the Disney Park. I...

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  • FNAC, Paris

    18. FNAC

    You can get concert tickets or a Museum Pass at the big fnac store in the shopping center at Forum Les Halles. I have also ordered opera tickets through their website www.fnac.com. Besides tickets,...

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  • Second Hand, Paris

    19. Second Hand

    After an afternoon of record hunting CROCO DISC turned out to be our last stop. What a pleasant surprise to be welcomed in this loaded shop. It may look like a worn dusty shop, but the knowlegeable...

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  • Passages, Paris

    20. Passages

    Located in one of the beautiful passages in the 2nd arrondissement, Passage Choiseul, is a papeterie called Lavrut, where I picked up some "moleskine" notebooks, the kind Hemingway used, for Mr....

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  • Bakeries, Paris

    21. Bakeries

    Another of my favorite store in my old working neighborhood. I past in front everyday to work, and it has excellent family service, and great magnificent products of chocolates, nougats, coffees and...

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  • Bon Marché, Paris

    22. Bon Marché

    “For my part I believe that the Tower will possess its own beauty.” — Gustave Eiffel, his response to critics of his Tower in a February 1887 interview with the newspaper Le Temps Although Le Bon...

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  • Shoes, Paris

    23. Shoes

    Update since 2009. I thought about changing the photos, but these shoes are still in style here in Paris. This is a nice store, but the sales people leave a lot to be desired. I bought two pairs of...

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  • Longchamp, Paris

    24. Longchamp

    So, you have seen the bag of your life (at least for this season) in a department store or a boutique but you hesitate as it is slightly above your budget ? Pay a visit to La Marorquinerie Parisienne...

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  • Children, Paris

    25. Children

    Fashion lovers--take note: this place is to you what Disneyland is to small children. Stocking every kind of fashion magazine and/or source material you can think of, this store is a place in which...

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    Where to start. First off, there are normally only two sale seasons per year in French stores, Winter, beginning after the holidays and summer, beginning at the end of June. ("Solde" is the...

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