Shopping is a top reason to come to Paris. You can go shopping at the department stores, in Paris fashion streets and at the many stores everywhere in the city.
See selection and map of best Paris shopping venues.
Nowadays, Parisians regularly go to Paris Shopping Malls (Shopping Centres). These Paris Shopping Malls combine choice and affordable prices. Most Paris Shopping Malls are open on Saturdays and Sundays.
The Champs Elysees, Beaugrenelle and Carrousel du Louvre Shopping Malls are close to some of Paris most famous sights. They are therefore very practical.
A few of the largest Paris Shopping Malls, farther from Paris downtown, are reachable by metro. See below Les Quatre Temps Shopping Mall, Val d'Europe and La Vallee Village.
These Paris Shopping Malls, except Champs Elysees Shopping Malls, have a parking. Aeroville, is the best Shopping Mall for passengers in Charles de Gaulle Airport.
Address: 16 rue Linois 75015 Paris.
Open from Monday to Saturday, from 10 am to 9 pm, until 10 pm on Thursday (restaurants Monday to Sunday 9.30am to midnight). Web site
The Champs Elysees are one of the top shopping districts of Paris. They have good Shopping Malls.
Most Shopping Mall stores are open on Sunday.
Paris metro: Champs Elysees Clemenceau (line 1 and 13), Franklin Roosevelt (line 1 and 9), George V (line 1) and Etoile (line 1, 6, 2) metro stations. Locate Champs Elysees Shopping Malls on Paris map.
Busy. Hypermarket. Large mall with many shops.
Address: 15 Parvis de la Defense - La Defense
Les Quatre Temps Shopping Mall is open 10am to 8pm Monday to Saturday, 11am to 7pm on Sunday.
5 minutes from Disneyland Paris by metro. Hypermarket. Maybe the best Paris Shopping Mall.
Address: 14 cours du Danube 77711 Marne la Vallee.
Open 10am to 9pm Monday to Saturday.
Prices are about the same in all Paris Shopping Centers and Paris Shopping Malls.
Shopping in Paris is unique: besides large shopping malls, Paris has myriads of more typical shopping venues, from tiny specialist shops to large department stores. See our pages on shopping in Paris