Sandwiched between the National Archives building and splendid Place des Vosges , this street is full of top name shops like ... More
Rue des Francs-Bourgeois
Sandwiched between the National Archives building and splendid Place des Vosges , this street is full of top name shops like Muji , Campers, Barbara Bui and Ventilo. Many of these boutiques have kept the original shop fronts - a nice touch - and are open on Sunday. Parisians flock to this picturesque area of the city for their traditional Sunday stroll, while tourists come to find the best in French haute couture.
If you are ever in Paris on a Sunday when a lot of places are closed, shop on the Rue des Francs-Bourgeois. There are a lot of people (but it's not super crowded) - very charming and *alive*. There are many wonderful shops such as Villa Marais and L'Occitane. Restuarants and cafes are also open. I don't remember any specific names of the restuarants but this street is definitely worth checking out (there's a Picasso museum nearby, too).
I'm going back to Paris this May and can't wait!
Me and my family went to Paris. We went to alot of diffrent stores and this one really sought my eye, it have everything you needed in it even if you did not want something when you seen it you wanted it right after you seen it.. I think that this store would be a really good place to go shopping for a day.
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