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Top 10 best shopping areas in Paris - Bon Marché

"Très clair, merci"

  • June 2016

reviewed by Fanny from France

Top 10 Best Shopping Areas in Paris

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Why you will love it?

Paris is not just the home of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral and Montmartre, it’s also one of the best places in the world for shopping!

Where else in the world could you find such a wide variety of fine wines, cheeses and other gastronomical delights?

And what about luxury and haute couture fashion? We are sure you have already heard of brand names such as Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior or Yves Saint Laurent.

Whatever the budget or the product, Paris has got it all. And here are the top 10 best shopping areas in Paris to prove it.

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10 Place de l'Opéra, 75009 Paris

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One of the 2 hearts of luxury shopping in Paris.

  • Budget: luxury
  • Products: luxurious jewelry, watches, accessories
  • Boutiques: Cartier, Bulgari, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Rolex, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany’s and all the other big names in luxury…
  • Metro: line 12/14 - Madeleine, Line 3/7/8 – Opera, Line 7/14 - Pyramides

Grands Magasins

There are 3 high class shopping malls, which are called Grand Magasins (“big shops”) in French. The most famous one of them all is the Galeries Lafayette, but Le Printemps and Le Bon Marché are just as nice.

  • Budget: middle to luxury
  • Products: fashion, accessories, cosmetics with famous brand outlets

Galeries Lafayette: 40 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris (Metro line 9 – Havre Caumartin)

Le Printemps: 64 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris (Metro line 9 – Havre Caumartin)

Le Bon Marché: 24 Rue de Sèvre, 75007 Paris (Metro line 10/12 – Sèvre Babylone)

Le Marais

Le Marais is not only a very touristic area of Paris, with historic landmarks such as the Place des Vosges, it is also a neighborhood where many Parisians go shopping. And it’s one of the only places in Paris where shops are open on Sundays!

  • Budget: middle to high class
  • Products: fashion, decoration, health
  • Boutiques: Zadig & Voltaire, Zara, Sandro, Fleux’, The Kooples, independant boutiques…
  • Metro: line 1 – Saint Paul, line 1/11 – Hôtel de Ville


Avenue Montaigne, a side street of the world famous Champs-Elysées Avenue, is another very luxurious shopping street in Paris. Many of the most famous luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel & Givenchy have a store there. As for the Champs-Elysées, there are still a lot of luxurious brands (Cartier, Louis Vuitton flagship store, Hugo Boss…), but you can also find more affordable products too.

  • Budget: middle to luxury
  • Products: luxurious jewelry, watches, accessories and haute couture, but also a lot of middle range stores (H&M, Disney Store)…
  • Metro: Line 1 – Franklin D. Roosevelt / George V / Charles de Gaulle Etoile

Flea Market

Located in the very north of Paris, the Saint Ouen Flea Market (Les Puces de Saint Ouen) is the best place to find antiques and other great decoration elements.

  • Budget: low to high
  • Products: antiques, books, home decoration
  • Boutiques: independent antiques dealers and shops…
  • Metro: line 4 – Porte de Clignancourt

Saint Germain

If you are passionate about art, there is no better place than the art galleries of Saint Germain, Paris’ historical artistic neighborhood. You will also find a few luxury boutiques where the clientele is mainly Parisian.

  • Budget: high to luxury
  • Products: art, books, fashion, jewelry, cosmetics and accessories
  • Boutiques: Cartier, Giorgio Armani, Louis Vuitton, Le Bon Marché, independent art galeries…
  • Metro: line 4 - Saint Germain des Prés

Châtelet Les HAlles

Les Halles is considered the heart of Paris, and has always been a historical place for “shopping”. From a large medieval outdoor market, it has become a popular and affordable shopping area for Parisians. The souvenir shops on Rue de Rivoli are popular for the tourists.

  • Budget: low to middle
  • Products: fashion, souvenirs, accessories, decoration
  • Boutiques: H&M, Zara, Mango, Muji, Hema…
  • Metro: Line 1/4 – Châtelet, Line 4 – Les Halles, RER A,B,D – Châtelet les Halles

La Vallée Village

If you are serious about shopping and aren’t afraid to get out of town for half a day (or more), then head out to la Vallée Village. It’s just a stone’s throw away from Disneyland Paris. You will find the most famous brands at the best prices.

  • Budget: middle to high
  • Products: mostly fashion
  • Boutiques: Armani, Burburry, Calvin Klein, Diesel, Gucci, Guess, Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Ralph Lauren...
  • Metro: RER A – Val d’Europe


If you get off at the Metro station Anvers in order to visit Montmartre, you will have to walk up Rue de Steinkerque. This is the best (and cheapest) place to buy your souvenirs. Those small Eiffel towers and Notre Dame snow globes are so cliché, but always do the trick!

  • Budget: low to middle
  • Products: souvenirs, delicatessen
  • Boutiques: La Cure Gourmande, Maison Georges Larnicol, independant souvenir shops…
  • Metro : Line 2 – Anvers, Line 12 - Abbesses

Passy & Beaugrenelle

Located next to the Trocadéro, and therefore not too far away from the Eiffel Tower, the Rue de Passy is one of the very bourgeois streets of Paris, typical of the posh 16th arrondissement. A great place for fancy shopping. On the other side of the River Seine lies the modern Beaugrenelle shopping center, which opened in 2013. It boasts a list of 110 different brands.

  • Budget: middle to high
  • Products: very diverse
  • Boutiques: Kiehl’s, Sandro, Ba&Sh, Esprit, ElevenParis…
  • Metro: Line 6 – Passy, Line 10 – Javel, Line 9 – La Muette

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