The city of light is also the center of fashion. This is the reason why Paris is known for limitless shopping where almost everything in the display windows is chic and trendy. Millions of people from all over the world are actually drawn to the city ever year not only by its romantic ambience or sheer beauty day and night but because of its many shopping districts that is unmatched all over the world. If you really want to enjoy your shopping trips around Paris you need to have your own place right in the middle of the city. Vacation apartments in Paris is the best accommodation solution for people like you who would want to make the best of their shopping excursions in Paris.
The Marais is a shopping district that encompasses the streets of Rue des Francs-Bourgeois, Rue de Turenne, and Rue des Rosiers. If you are after an eclectic fashion this is definitely the place to go. There are also a lot of shops for antiques and fine art. If you have sophisticated taste for home décor The Marais is the place you should never miss visiting. If you live close to this place (there are many luxury Paris vacation rentals in this area) you can take all the time in the world to shop until you drop. If you are more into designer fashion and chic home furnishing you can stroll down Louvre-Tuileries and Faubourg Saint-Honore. The streets that are part of this shopping district are Rue de la Paix, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, and Place Vendome. You can also find here some quality cosmetics that will match the couture fashion items you purchased from around here. The known designers who call this district home are Hermes, Yves Saint Laurent, Versace, and Colette.
Paris apartment vacation rentals are all over the city so if you are visiting Paris for shopping it is good to get as much information on the shopping hot spots around the city and choose apartment rentals that are close to these places. Nothing beats shopping excursions that are unhurried and spontaneous.
The Saint-Germain-des-Pres is a shopping haven for those who are into classic design, home furnishings, and books. The streets in this shopping district include Rue de Sevres, Blvd. St.-Germain, and Rue St. Andre-des-Arts. This area is usually flooded with yuppies, a cool and young place to hang out and shop. Both Paco Rabanne and Sonia Rykiel have boutiques here and the Le Bon Marche (this gourmet market is a must visit for foodies) is just around the corner. For rare books you can walk thru Rue Saint-Andre des Arts. A holiday Paris rental near this district can pay handsomely if you are into leisurely book hunting. Daily trips to the district means higher chances of finding that rare book you have been trying to get hold of for a long time.
Shopping while in Paris is best done when you have all the freedom to roam the shopping districts at any time, any day. Having a place you can call your own in downtown Paris is one good way to do just that. So plan your shopping itinerary around Paris vacation rentals now.
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Enjoying The Shopping Districts In Paris