OUR MEASURES TO WELCOME YOU IN ALL SERENITY
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Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche

15 minutes walk

13 minutes with Metro line 12 (Sèvres-Babylone station)

Located in the mythical district of Saint-Germains-des-Prés, it is the jewel of the Parisian Left Bank. The first department store to open in Paris, since 1852 it has offered a wide choice of fashion, gastronomy and furniture items. It is essential to visit it as the Christmas holidays approach: the entire store is adorned with a magical and grandiose decor each year.

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Saint-Germain-des-Prés

15 minutes walk

11 minutes with Métro line 12

On Boulevard Saint-Germain and the surrounding streets, designer boutiques compete with each other. They are displayed in abundance and rub shoulders with art galleries. We appreciate the diversity of the specialties presented: musical art, eccentric creations, bronze… There is something for everyone. To take a break, two emblematic places are available to us: Café de Flore and Les Deux Magots, both witnesses of the literary history of Paris.

Another remarkable monument: the Saint-Germain food market.

Open 7 days a week, there are fruit and vegetable sellers, grocery stores, fishmongers, roasters and sellers of international products (Iberian, Italian, Greek ...), a wine merchant, a florist and a wine service. shoe repair.

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La place Vendôme et la rue de la Paix

20 minutes walk

12 minutes with Métro line12 (station Concorde)

Before becoming the contemporary benchmark in terms of jewelry, rue de la Paix and place Vendôme were the heart of Parisian elegance, once home to many couturiers and milliners. Many watchmakers have also taken up residence there since.

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La rue du faubourg Saint Honoré

20 minutes walk

12 minutes with metro line 12

A fashion showcase, this famous street is home to the biggest haute couture houses, for luxury shopping. After admiring sumptuous creations, the continuation of the visit takes us straight to the Elysées Palace, the official residence of the President of the Republic, located at number 55.

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La Samaritaine

20 minutes walk

10 minutes with RER line C

An emblematic building of the French capital, this sumptuous building has reopened after 16 years of closure and renovation. On the program: fashion, gastronomy and the Parisian art of living, all in a magical setting.

More than 600 brands coexist in this magnificent Art-Deco building, mixing luxury brands but also emerging designers.

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Châtelet et la rue de Rivoli

20 minutes walk

10 minutes by public transport (RER line C).

Ideal for affordable shopping, this district offers a wide range of consumer brands at low prices. The rue de Rivoli extending to Place de la Concorde, it offers a pleasant setting for mixing a stroll through the heart of Paris and window shopping. If the weather is not there, you can go shopping in Les Halles, the famous shopping center located in Châtelet.

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Les Grands Magasins

25 minutes walk

10 minutes by metro line 12

True temples of shopping, Printemps and Galeries Lafayette are the must-see stores on Boulevard Haussmann. Their legendary Art-Deco glass roofs house the most prestigious fashion brands. For a shopping session or a simple curiosity visit, the Department Stores know how to delight their public.

Our tip: the breathtaking view of the Opéra Garnier from the rooftop of the Galeries Lafayette, which also houses a restaurant.

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Les Champs Elysées

35 minutes walk

15 minutes by bus line 73

Stretching for almost 2 kilometers, the one that is nicknamed "The most beautiful avenue in the world" will not cease to amaze you. It hosts the most luxurious fashion brands and flagships of many brands from different universes. There are also souvenir shops here, to keep an indelible trace or to offer a glimpse of a stay in our beautiful capital.

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Le Marais

40 minutes walk

15 minutes by metro line 1 and 12

Typically Parisian, this chic and trendy district is home to the most confidential addresses of designers, big brands and thrift stores. This is a must have for any fashion fan, who will receive the most cutting edge style advice. To take a break, a detour to Place des Vosges offers a charming historical setting.

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