When you visit France and did not go visit the wonderful place is like you haven’t visit France at all. This is the best place of France that you have to visit either one of them or all of them.
France is a country that become the center of fashion and art in Western Europe and have the 4th largest economic superpower in the world. Therefore becoming a good destination for tourists who like to shopping for leading brands such as Louis Vuitton and many ancient shopping center that tourists come visited again.
1.Passage des Panoramas
Passage des Panoramas is located in the Bourse district. It is a collection of leading restaurants of various nationalities and various products. “Such as Italian restaurants, French traditional restaurants, tea shops, grape wine, old stamps, clothing, fashion accessories, craft products, and coins for collectors. This place was founded in year 1834 with 133 meter long walkway and architecture built in the late 18th century. This make look simple and stylish with the latent level of ancient French.
Passage des Panoramas open daily from 6:00 am – 24:00 hrs. with no holiday.
2. Passage du Caire
Passage du Caire is located in the Le Sentier district between Cairo Square. It is shopping centers that focus on selling clothes products on both wholesale price and retail price. This area built in 1798 with 370 meters shopping corridor. The architecture is simple and not luxurious. The built on Egyptian with statues of gods and ancient Egyptian decorations. The atmosphere is quiet and focuses similar to local trading when walk in this place.
Passage du Caire open on Monday – Friday from 7.00 am – 18.30 pm. and close every Saturday and Sunday.
3. Cour du Bel Air
Cour du Bel Air is located in the area of Quinze-Vingts. This is the most charming area on the Faubourg Saint-Antoine road. This shopping area provides French countryside atmosphere. During the entrance you will see the houses of the local people full of shady trees and planted trees. Distinguished by the 17th century main building style and around there are vines of plants covered in a place that looks fantastic. There may not be many shops in the building divided into rooms.
Cour du Bel Air is open daily from 9:30 am – 18:30 pm. and no closing day.
4. Passage du Havre
The Passage du Havre is located in the Chaussée d’Antin district in the heart of Paris’s and main business district. This was built since year 1845 with a length of 115 meters. After they being restored to make it more challenging with maintaining of traditional atmosphere by adding green areas. It’s feel like shopping in the garden inside and there are quality local shops with leading brands and complete facilities.
Passage du Havre open daily from 9:30 am – 20:30 pm. and close every January 1 and May 1 of each year.
5. Galerie Vivienne
Galerie Vivienne located between Palais Royal Stock Exchange and Grands Road. The street is 176 meters long and is an elegant shopping area with the most famous neoclassical with architectural style of Paris. The roof of the transparent glass dome has beautiful structure. On the floor was 19th century geometric mosaic tiles with each store has special place unlike other places. Emphasize the uniqueness of the product with excellent service and pleasant atmosphere like gives a luxurious feel to the level.
Galerie Vivienne open on Tuesday – Saturday from 11:00 am – 18:30 pm and close during Sunday and Monday.
6. Passage du Grand Cerf
Passage du Grand Cerf located in the 2nd district of Paris, France. It is a shopping center that still retains with the classic style of decoration. The atmosphere in here gives feeling back in France to the heyday. There are about 25 shops that focus on diversity and unique. Also restaurants are around here with savory, sweet, authentic French flavors. Chic jewelry store from diamonds or gemstones be in the gallery that show about their works by famous French artists.
Passage du Grand Cerf open on Monday – Saturday from 8:00 am – 20:00 pm and close every Sunday.
7. Passage Brady
Passage Brady located in Paris between Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis and Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Martin which is close to Gare de l’Est. Passage Brady was built in year 1828. It is a commercial district that has been dubbed to become like “Little India” from large selection of Indian restaurants.This is including Pakistani and Bangladeshi restaurants that import good taste with low price. There is shop that from a variety of products such as vegetables, fruits, exotic shapes, spices, colorful and Indian style clothes. Also, they have aromatherapy Indian souvenirs, wood carvings and Bollywood products ” as well
Passage Brady open daily from 10:00 am – 23:00 pm and no holiday.