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The original Maison Dior in Paris is worth a visit. Everyone is welcome and make you feel like home. I had presumptions what they would think about me as I am not rich but greeted me with smile on their faces and happy to help....More
There is nothing as much charming as “shopping” or just seeing the marvellous shops in Avenue Montaigne! The Avenue is pure grandeur in perfect Parisian style and the shops are in the same style. Is just wonderful to “walk to walk” and after that you...More
When in Paris, I always find time to stroll along Avenue Montaigne and do some window shopping. Unfortunately, many designer boutiques were closed in the evening with windows shuttered, but I took some photos of the opened ones and added to my “Avenue Montaigne”, (Paris)...More
A street with the high end designers.
If the shopping is good it depends on your tax bracket .. for me it was only window shopping.
If you walk from the Champ-Elysees to the Eiffel Tower, then you can walk Avenue Montaigne on your way....More
If you’re not in Paris for long or not a fan of shopping, skip it. It’s a very pretty street but all the stores are worldwide chains. Sure you want to say you went to Louis Vuitton or Fendi in Paris, but this isn’t really...More
Some friends had told me about this street and despite having been to Paris on many different occasions, I have never had the time to explore. The best Metro stop is Franklin D Roosevelt and from there, it was literally a stone's throw to the...More
This area is characterized by its namesake avenue which extends northwest from the Louvre to the modern business district, punctuated by the iconic Arc de Triomphe. Grand embassies stand among impressive offices and presidential palaces; architecture from 19th century Universal Exhibitions, homes, art galleries, and 19th century streets designed by Baron Haussmann flank haute-couture boutiques. This
neighborhood never rests, buzzing with visitors from around the world at all times of day and night, all within a stone's throw of the Seine.
Hi! Yes, those stores carry all items made by the respective brand. French brands are cheaper in France than in the US, ie Sisley, Chanel, Hermes, etc. I find the selection to be better as well. Within each country, the... More
Hi! Yes, those stores carry all items made by the respective brand. French brands are cheaper in France than in the US, ie Sisley, Chanel, Hermes, etc. I find the selection to be better as well. Within each country, the pricing is streamlined so they’re same at Rue Cambon or Printemps or Montaigne. I recommend going to the boutiques for the best customer service and experience instead of the dept stores. Enjoy!