Where to Go Shopping in Paris
With its designer boutiques, vintage shops, and hip flea markets, Paris is a shopaholic's dream destination, offering treasures for every budget. Here are a few of the top spots.
Luxury goods beneath a neo-Byzantine dome.
This massive French department store at the heart of the city is a legendary shopping destination, filled with luxury goods and the latest trends from around the globe. The store also has restaurants and one of the best rooftop views in Paris.
How to visit: Galeries Lafayette Haussman is located on the edge of the 9th arrondissement, close to the opera and Palais Garnier. Take a tour for an all-access shopping experience that includes a visit to the concierge lounge, food and drink, and premium shopping services.
Saint-Ouen Flea Market
A one-stop-shop for bargain hunters.
Brimming with antique and vintage treasures, Saint-Ouen is said to be one of the largest flea markets in the world. You'll find more than 2,000 open-air and indoor stalls waiting to be discovered.
How to visit: With art, clothes, books, and more, the market can be overwhelming for first-time visitors—book a guided visit for advice and expertise on what to look for and how to negotiate the best deals.
La Vallee Village
Discounts on last-season’s designer fashions.
La Vallee houses 115 shops including those from brands such as Jimmy Choo, Diane Von Furstenberg, and Armani. Shoppers save at least 33 percent off retail prices by choosing from last season's collections.
How to visit: Join a tour for round-trip transportation from Paris and free time to shop.
French chic at its best.
A favorite Parisian neighborhood, the Marais is well-known for its high-end boutiques and specialty shops. The hip shopping destination is one of the most artistic and historic parts of the city.
How to visit: Visit hidden gems and get the inside scoop on Parisian fashion during a guided tour. You'll visit local hat makers, shoemakers, jewelry designers, and famous French perfume shops.
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