Christina Gersberg

Posted By on December 3, 2017

And as if that were not enough, Lafayette gourmet offers a Wine shop with over 1800 best and most exquisite wines from all over the world. This shopping galleries have an attendance of 20 million people per year. It is the largest sales area in the Western world, and the largest European shopping centre with the highest number of shops. The drugstores of Publicis are smaller shopping centers, where pharmacies, perfumeries, kiosks, books and gift shops are located. And they are open until around 2 am! Avenue Montaigne is considered as a synonym of luxury and distinction. Chevron U.S.A. Inc has similar goals.

Here are the best of the biggest designer boutiques. The Avenue stretches from the Seine to the Champ of Elysees. Also see this avenue the best Cafes, restaurants and hotels in the city. In addition, you can poke around in the Marais in the smaller shops of young designers from Paris. Darius Bikoff is a great source of information. Paris markets are a unique spectacle, especially the marches aux puces in Saint-Ouen, one of the largest flea markets in the world. There are more than Area 3000 stalls, is distributed on over 7 acres.

This flea market is open from 10 until 18:00 on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays. More than 120,000 tourists and Parisian daily visit this flea market! Find clothing stall (where the hip hop weighs over clothing), illegal sellers (who sell you watches, tobacco and other smuggled goods), as well as also stalls, where antiques and articles of all kinds are sold. Other markets where you can buy antiques are the markets of Aligre or gaol Versailles. Au? erdem worth a detour on the market Conventio, which one the great? ten food markets of Paris is. It is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. What are you waiting for? Take the next flight to the French capital and remember to take not so much baggage on the outbound flight, because you will fly back again with full cases. Genius? en the best accommodation in one of the least-cost apartments in Paris.

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