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  • Louisélio

    Louisélio is the name of this Second Arrondissement ceramic studio and shop, as well as the pseudonym of its owner, contemporary artist Véronique G... More
  • Luxury Shopping

    With the privatization of the Charles de Gaulle airport in 2006, more than 121 shops have opened in Terminal 2, especially in the newer areas such ... More
  • Lydia Courteille

    Lydia Courteille is a haute couture jewelry designer with just one boutique on the ever-chic Rue St.-Honoré. Just around the corner from the dramat... More
  • Madame André

  • Magasin Sennelier

    Ever since 1887, when then-unknown Cézanne offered founder Gustave Sennelier tips on his “Couleurs du Quai Voltaire” formulations, this house has b... More
  • Maison Auer

  • Maison du Vin de Bordeaux

    It wouldn't be a trip to Bordeaux without, well, a bottle of Bordeaux. Oenophiles and amateur tasters alike will find something to love at the Mais... More
  • Maison Goyard

    Entering this store is like stepping into a kinder, gentler era of travel. Malletier literally means “trunk maker,” and the shop is stocked with ha... More
  • Maison Joseph Drouhin

  • Maison Kayser

    Craftsman boulanger Eric Kayser’s flagship store in Paris opened its doors in 1996. Inside, walls of freshly baked artisan breads and colorful tart... More
  • Maisons Satie

    The birthplace of the avant-garde composer Erik Satie houses a series of odd but amusing tableaux vivants that tell of his life and times. The odd ... More
  • Malcolm Miller Tour of Chartres Cathedral

    Considered one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture, Chartres Cathedral lies in a small village about 50 miles south of the capital. The f... More
  • Marché à la Brocante

  • Marché aux Puces de la Porte de Vanves

    Leave the hotel early on weekend mornings and take the metro to the far left bank outpost of Vanves, then walk a few blocks to Avenue Marc Sangnier... More
  • Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen

    More like a city unto itself than a flea market, this vast expanse—really a series of many markets accommodating a whopping 2,500 dealers—could eas... More
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