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  • Fifth Arrondissement

    Settled by the Romans in the first century B.C., the Fifth Arrondissement is one of the oldest districts in the city. Located on the Left Bank, the... More
  • First Arrondissement

    The geographical center of Paris, the First Arrondissement is home to many of the city’s most renowned landmarks, including the Musée du Louvre; th... More
  • Flamant

    If there is a Belgian "look" in today's interior design, it is captured in this flagship of the three Flamant brothers' stores. In comfortable room... More
  • Fouquet

    A family-run business for nearly 100 years, Fouquet sells various candies from this antique-store-turned-confiserie (candy store). At home on Rue F... More
  • Fourth Arrondissement

    Situated on the Right Bank, the Fourth Arrondissement is home to the Renaissance-era Hôtel de Ville (City Hall); the 17th-century Place des Vosges,... More
  • Free‘P’Star

    If Parisian women have the best clothes in the world, it stands to reason that even their cast-offs will be above average. Free 'P' Star, a Fourth ... More
  • Galerie Christine Diegoni

    The Galerie Christine Diegoni in the 18th Arrondisement showcases the best of interior design from the 1950s to 1970s. The three main foci of the g... More
  • Galerie du Passage

    Housed in an 1826 Neoclassical retail arcade, Galerie du Passage has been visited by the likes of auction-house chairman Simon de Pury and Princes... More
  • Galerie J Kugel

    Galerie J Kugel is one of the most distinguished antique dealers in the city. The galerie is housed inside Hôtel Collot, which is a palatial neocla... More
  • Galerie Maeght Paris

    The legendary gallery has been selling affordably priced art for more than half a century, and its walls are lined with some of the most famous exa... More
  • Galeries du Palais-Royal

    A collection of excellent shops along the galleries that enclose the garden behind the palace itself: Stella McCartney, Marc Jacobs, the glove make... More
  • Galeries Lafayette

    The biggest luxury department store in Europe, Galeries Lafayette opened in 1893 and is now home to hundreds of designer shops as well as the world... More
  • Galeries Nationales du Grand Palais

    After more than a decade of renovations, the main gallery under the soaring glass roof of the Grand Palais is a favorite show venue for fashion hou... More
  • Gérard Mulot

    At this Left Bank shop, renowned pastry chef and chocolatier Gérard Mulot sells what many consider the city's best macarons (cookie-like sandwiches... More

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