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Home Goods Store
“Department store (Mondays to Saturdays 9:30 am - 8:00 pm and Sundays 11 am - 7:30 pm)”
167 moradores locais recomendam
“Shakespeare and Company is an English-language bookshop in the heart of Paris, on the banks of the Seine, opposite Notre-Dame. Since opening in 1951, it’s been a meeting place for anglophone writers and readers, becoming a Left Bank literary institution. The bookshop was founded by American George Whitman at 37 rue de la Bûcherie, Kilometer Zero, the point at which all French roads begin. Open 7/7 from 10am to 11pm... Definitely a place to visit!”
92 moradores locais recomendam
“Very nice market on Sunday until 13:00 You MUST go to "Poissonnerie Lorenzo" if you want to buy very good fish. In general, the quality of the products is higher when you go to en end of the market, on the opposite of the Bastille place”
107 moradores locais recomendam
Loja de departamento
“Lots of stores and brand : all news Fashion and Lifestyle at Printemps Department Store ! Un grand magasin où trouver les vêtements de bien des marques à la mode, mais aussi chaussures et parfumerie.”
72 moradores locais recomendam
Accessories Store
“Antoine et Lili's fuchsia-pink, custard-yellow and apple-green shopfronts are a new raver's dream. The bobo designer's clothes, often in wraparound styles, adapt to all sizes and shapes. It comprises womenswear, a kitsch home decoration boutique and childrenswear”
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“For those looking to come home with a very special souvenir, the Louis Vuitton flagship store is moments from your front door”
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“It is a lovely covered market just downstairs. It has an excellent poulterer, a fishmonger, a cheesemonger and some non-food stalls. Turn left when you leave the building, and then left again on the corner, the market will be on your right. ”
32 moradores locais recomendam
Loja de departamento
“a not-to-be-missed big, crazy bazaar type of store that mimics a Wal-Mart. It's a cornucopia of cool things at cheap prices.”
35 moradores locais recomendam
Tailor Shop
“This luxury fashion house’s range of iconic scarves and carrés (square silk scarves) are made from the finest materials. The wool and cashmere come from the best farmers and weavers around. And the finishings are immaculate, right down to the braided fringe, which never unravels, even with long wear. The very deep, almost Bordeaux red scarf is my favorite. On one side, there’s a bit of pink, and on the other, violet. And then, right at the edge, you see the Hermès red.”
16 moradores locais recomendam
Thrift / Vintage Store
“An antic boutique day time and a bar night time. Eva is a "personnalité exceptionnelle". L'incontournable du quartier : une brocante la journée, un bar le soir...”
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“Outdoor markets open Tues, Thurs and Sat. It isn't huge but it has everything you need and the surrounding shops such at the Butchers, Cheese shop etc are great and open every day. ”
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“This spa has a hammam, quiet massage rooms, a very hot pool surrounded by deck chairs and natural light. It’s perfect to feel on vacations! 64 Rue de la Folie Méricourt, Paris – www.lechappee.com * * *”
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Farmers Market
“The real farm market in the place the Joinville!!! Specially if you need good fruits and vegies for a nice dinner. Open on Thrusdays and Sundays from 7:00 am to 2:00 pm”
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“If you want to buy second-hands books, and books in foreign languages, this is one of the biggest bookstore of Paris.”
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Loja de Cosméticos
“Restaurant Coréen très bon, accessible à toutes les papilles ( produit frais)”
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“Free entry and free guided tour. Set in the heart of Paris, just a stone’s throw from the Opéra Garnier, the Musée du Parfum is a one-of-a-kind, fun and instructive museum concept, bringing to life the making of a mythical luxury object, now part of our everyday life: perfume. Visitors are invited to follow the manufacturing process from raw materials to harvesting, extraction, distillation, formulation, industrialization and bottling, together, of course, with the creative process and work of the master “noses”. The second section of the museum features an exceptional collection of ancient bottles retracing the history of fragrance from Ancient Egypt to the 20th century.”
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