Paris is an amazing destination at all time of the year, but if there is one time where the city is the most stunning, it is for the Holiday Season.
This is the perfect opportunity to chill in the Christmas markets all over the city and to feel the magical atmosphere.
Now, it is also the time to think at the Christmas presents and as you may know, Paris offers a lot of possibilities to do some shopping. To help you with this, we have classified the arrondissements by theme shopping and we give you some shops’ ideas.
The “Grands Magasins” District, probably the most well-known
Where? Boulevard Haussmann
What? Galeries Lafayette, Printemps, Citadium, Le Passage du Havre etc. (department stores)
The Trendy District of Le Marais
Where? Rue des Archives, Rue du Temple, Rue Vielle du Temple etc, Place des Vosges etc.
What? Fashion Small boutique & concept-stores (Leclaireur, Archive 18-20), le BHV Marais, design concept-stores (Fleux, nordBO)
The most precious District
Where? Place Vendôme, Rue de la Paix
What? Cartier, Boucheron, Van Cleef & Arpels, Louis Vuitton, Chaumet, Chopard etc.
The Luxury District
Where? Avenue Montaigne, Avenue des Champs Elysées & Rue Saint-Honoré
What? Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, Colette etc.
The Arty District
What? Luxury stores, Le Bon Marché & La Grande Epicerie, Book shops
The « Bobo » District
Where? Oberkampf, Voltaire & Belleville
What? Small artisan boutique, Merci (concept-store)
The Red District
Where? Rue des Martyrs
What? Pavés streets and little shops, a lot of pastries shops
The Most Parisian District
Where? Avenue des Ternes, Rue du Commerce, Rue Clerc, Rue de Rennes
What? A mix a small boutiques & luxury shops with a lot of Bakery, Fromagerie, Boucher …
The « closest to the Tour Eiffel » district
What? A giant department store
Enjoy your time in Paris!