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Things to do in Paris

  • Camard

    Camard, and a number of other shipping companies, maintain offices at the Porte de Clignancourt flea market and other spots around Paris. You regis... More
  • Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art

    The Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art comprises 12,000 square feet of exhibition space designed by Jean Nouvel. This non-profit organization ... More
  • Centre Pompidou

    Located in the center of Paris in a building designed by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers, Centre Pompidou is the brainchild of President Georges Pom... More
  • Chanel

    This flagship boutique on Rue Cambon was founded in 1915 by Coco Chanel, whose brand quickly became one of the most famous haute couture labels in ... More
  • Charles Jourdan

    Since February 2005, creative director Josephus Thimister, formerly of Balenciaga, has boosted Jourdan's style quotient and given the label's class... More
  • Christian Louboutin

    Located on a street that’s considered prime territory for hunting down kitten heels, stilettos, and wedges, Louboutin’s leopard-print pumps are pre... More
  • Christian Louboutin, Rue de Grenelle

    Located on a street that’s considered prime territory for hunting down kitten heels, stilettos, and wedges, Louboutin offers leopard-print pumps th... More
  • Cimetière de Montmartre

    A popular destination for a stroll, this cemetery in northern Paris' Montmartre once served as home to French Revolution-era mass graves. Spruced u... More
  • Claude Nature

    Not your average Parisian boutique, Claude Nature on fashionable Boulevard Saint-Germain feels part natural history museum and part curiosity shop.... More
  • Colette

    With its always-surprising mix of art, high-tech gadgets, music, books, and individualistic curios, Colette has quite simply become the bellwether ... More
  • Comptoir Richard

    This high-end retailer with seven Paris locations takes its coffee seriously. At home on Paris' grandest shopping streets, Comptoir Richard is part... More
  • Context Travel, Paris

    Context Travel puts a new spin on the classic walking tour by marshaling a network of English-speaking art historians, writers, architects, and oth... More
  • Cyrillus

    Frustrated with the lack of stylish but practical children’s clothing in Paris, stay-at-home mom Daniéle Tellinge began designing her own garments ... More
  • De Bayser

    Serious collectors head to the second arrondissement in search of Old Master drawings. Launched in 1936 by Patrick and Rose-Anne de Bayser, Galerie... More

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