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With over 700,000 visitors a day, Galeries Lafayette has established itself as one of the most prestigious and sought-after department stores in Paris. Luxury brands are presented on stands in various departments: fashion, leather goods, jewelery, home décor, cooking, etc.
WebSite : www.galerieslafayette.com
Housed in the former Orsay train station, the museum displays Western painting and sculpture from 1848 to 1914, as well as decorative arts, photography, and architecture. The auditorium hosts various events, concerts, films, shadow plays, conferences, and lectures, as well as a special kids program.
WebSite : www.musee-orsay.fr/fr/accueil.html
Located in Paris' 9th arrondissement, Printemps Haussman (a listed historical monument, offers major name brands in fashion, luxury goods, and beauty products. They are divided by theme: Printemps Fashion, Printemps Beauty, Printemps Home, and Printemps Men. Each holiday season, the animated Christmas windows attract over 10 million visitors over a 6-week period.
WebSite : www.printemps.com
Located under the Louvre arcades across from the pyramid, Café Marly offers a unique setting with an intimate interior bathed in warm colors. The dishes are original and creative and the spot is fashionable, ideal for business meals or romantic dinners.
Enter into a VIP universe in this legendary place that brings together 300 wax figures to give you the illusion of exploring the middle ages, the renaissance, and more. Visitors can thus discover actors, singers, politicians, artists, professional athletes, and other personalities in the news.
WebSite : www.grevin.com
The Champs-Élysées, in Paris' 8th arrondissement, connects Concorde to Charles-de-Gaulle square, in the center of which is the Arc de Triomphe. Considered to be the most beautiful avenue in the world, its also one of Paris' major tourist attractions with its many prestigious brand name shops.
WebSite : www.champselysees.org
Paris' glass-roofed arcades are a series of passages traced between buildings, often housing shops. Nearly all of the arcades are found on the right bank, mainly near the Grands Boulevards. Veritable witnesses to the city's history, they punctuate the capital, offering singular architecture and cosmopolitan atmosphere to their inhabitants and tourists.
Located in the heart of Paris in an former royal palace, the Louvre is the city's biggest museum in terms of area, and one of the most important in the world. Made of up 8 departments, this museum boasts 35,000 works from antiquity to 1848, from western Europe to Iran by way of Greece, Egypt, and the Middle East.
WebSite : www.louvre.fr
Disneyland® Paris transports you to five imaginary worlds, where dreams, entertainment, chills and thrills are on the menu: 40 rides as well as shows, parades, sit-down and take-out restaurants, in addition to a selection of shops with a magical décor.
WebSite : www.disneylandparis.fr
When you arrive at the residence, you must present an ID as well as the credit card used to make the reservation.
The occupancy tax, which is determined by the municipality, is € 2.48 per person per night.
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