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Things to do in Paris

  • Marché Président Wilson

    On Wednesdays and Saturdays the largest open air market in Paris is held on the Avenue du President Wilson. White trucks bring goods from the Frenc... More
  • Maria Luisa Femme

    This shiny white store brings together for the first time chic women’s wear, accessories, and shoe collections, all selected by the owner, Maria Lu... More
  • Marianne Braly

    Insider clout: Braly books clients an unadvertised private tour of Río Secreto, one of Mexico’s cenotes (underground rivers), including a hike to s... More
  • Merci

    Merci is the creation of Marie-France and Bernard Cohen, who founded the children’s couture clothing brand Bonpoint. Selling everything from limite... More
  • Michel Vivien

    Parisiennes flock to his diminutive shop on a little street behind the Palais Royal for ultra-feminine sandals. More
  • Miller et Bertaux

    At Miller et Bertaux in Le Marais, designers and perfumers Francis Miller and Patrick Bertaux sell quality clothing, perfumes, and objets d'art. Th... More
  • Mona

    Mona is a fashion-forward women’s designer clothing boutique. Located on Rue Bonaparte in the heart of the Sixth Arrondissement, Mona sits at the b... More
  • Monoprix

    Paris provides ample opportunities to shop for high-dollar brands, but when the shopping list is full of essentials, Monoprix is the answer. Consid... More
  • Moon Young Hee

    Paris-based Korean designer Moon Young Hee is a regular at Paris Fashion Week, and she is known for her deconstructionist techniques, layered fabri... More
  • Moulié

    Located in la Place du Palais Bourbon, Moulie Fleurs began in 1870 and was entrusted to Henri Moulie in 1978. Today the florist shop is internation... More
  • Moulin de la Vierge

    Head baker Basile Kasir utilizes stone-ground organic flour and forms each loaf by hand at Moulin de la Vierge, a popular boulangerie in the Ile de... More
  • Moulin Rouge

    Right at home on Pigalle's racy Boulevard de Clichy, this over-the-top homage to La Belle Epoque features kitschy striptease routines and a never-e... More
  • Musée de l’Orangerie

    Beyond Monet’s multipaneled and expansive Water Lilies ensemble, what makes this recently renovated space truly special is the regrouping of an exc... More
  • Musée des Arts Décoratifs

    An Art Deco Pullman car, Madame de Pompadour’s writing table, and the bronze bed of 19th-century prostitute Valtesse de La Bigne are just a few of ... More

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