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Hermès, rue de Sèvres Paris

Paris shopping map locates the best shopping venues in the world fashion capital: fashion districts, shopping malls, department stores, typical markets, flea market, food and wine stores, bookstores. Shopping in Paris. Paris maps.

Paris fashion districts

Most luxury French fashion brands have their main store in Avenue Montaigne (Avenue Montaigne district) or Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré (Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré district), both in the dynamic Champs-Elysées Avenue shopping district. The Rue de Sèvres (Rue de Sèvres district) in the left bank has many French fashion stores, including the incredible Hermès store, 17, rue de Sèvres. Le Marais shopping is trendy and most shops are open on Sundays (Le Marais fashion district), as Champs-Elysées shops do. Champs-Elysées shopping map.

Look for French high-end jewelry in exclusive Rue de la Paix. Complete your shopping with French perfume brands.

Paris fashion

French fashion - Dior, 50 Avenue Montaigne
French fashion - Dior, 50 Avenue Montaigne

Paris department stores

The Bon Marché is the oldest Parisian department store. In 1838, Paul and Justin Videau opened a business where they sold linen, umbrellas and haberdashery. Aristide Boucicaut joined the two brothers in 1853 and decided to create a department store focused on women. In the following years, he bought the shares of his associates, enlarged the store, staged the items, labeled their products. The Department Stores were born. They have always sold the best of what the city and France is famous for: high end French fashion brands, lingerie, jewellery, French perfume brands and exquisite tableware. A number of them closed down as the competition from Shopping Malls intensified. Some of them successfully turned into upscale venues with as key advantages central location, large choice of top brands for quick shopping, tax refund, personal shopper, delivery to hotels and abroad. Paris Department Stores

Le Printemps Department Store, Paris
French Department Stores: Le Printemps, Paris

Shopping at Paris Shopping Malls

It took a long time for Shopping Malls to establish themselves in the city. Historically, you went shopping at the department stores, in the top fashion streets and at the myriad of stores everywhere. Department Stores turned into upscale venues. A few downtown urban projects of the 20th century included large Shopping Malls.

Nowadays, Parisians regularly go to Paris Shopping Malls. These shopping venues combine choice, affordable prices and availability of restaurants. Most Shopping Malls are open on Saturdays and Sundays. They have a large choice of French specialties including fashion, perfume, wine and food. Le Forum des Halles near Centre Pompidou is the largest shopping mall downtown. Beaugrenelle is close to the Eiffel Tower. The largest shopping malls are not in downtown. Les Quatre Temps in La Défense and Val d'Europe near Disneyland, easily reachable by metro, are recommended.

Paris Shopping Malls.

Beaugrenelle Shopping Mall
Baugrenelle Shopping Mall

Paris Markets

The street markets are one of the true pleasures of the city. A century long tradition, they are good shopping venues. Most markets in town focus on food, including meat, fish, cheese, vegetables and fruit, bought the same day in Rungis, the largest wholesale food market in the world.

A few other Markets are specialized, selling anything from flowers and stamps to unique antiques.

Paris markets

Food stores in Paris

The city is famous for its food. All kinds of fresh products are brought overnight from all regions of France and Europe to Rungis, the largest fresh product wholesale market in the world, sold the next day in the street markets and in grocery stores. They are turned into great meals the same day in the best restaurants.

We made a selection of the best stores selling great food and wine. Some are famous gourmet food stores. Others are little known. There are many other great food stores in town. The famous bakeries are often just around the corner.

Food stores in Paris

La Grande Epicerie
La Grande Epicerie is a large and fancy food store

Flea Market

In the 1950ies and 1960ies, many people found great antiques at bargain prices at the Saint-Ouen Flea Market.

This is rarely the case anymore. The Flea Market is selling at normal prices, but it remains a fascinating shopping venue.

The choice is very large. Everybody can find something unique to buy. Prices are moderate to high. The picturesque Flea Market is a true Parisian shopping experience.

Paris Flea Market and Flea Market map

Paris flea market
Paris Flea Market

Champs-Elysées shopping district

The Champs-Elysées avenue district is the top high end shopping district of the city. In the district, Avenue Montaigne and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré concentrate many of the most exclusive French fashion brand stores.

Louis Vuitton, Banana Republic, Levi's, Zara, Lacoste and Apple have established their flagship stores in Champs-Elysées avenue.

Metro: Champs-Elysées Clémenceau (line 1 and 13), Franklin Roosevelt (line 1 and 9), George V (line 1) and Etoile (line 1, 6, 2) metro stations.

List of Champs-Elysées stores

Galeries Lafayette, 60 Champs-Elysées
Galeries Lafayette, 60 Champs-Elysées

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