My wife bought an Orange Goyard here and also visited Repetto, I recommend this place to all shopaholics, you will really love this place.
Compared to many of the streets around it, la rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore is rather narrow--but don't let this deter you from all it has to offer. This long street is considered by many to be one of the most fashionable streets in the world, because almost every major global fashion house has a store there. If your interest lies... More
Did you know that this relatively, narrow and nondescript street is home to the most fashionable street in the world,thanks to the presence of virtually every major global fashion house. Well, before you join me for a whip around, i suggest you backtrack to your hotel and reconsider what you are wearing,because exclusive is what this street is dedicated to... More
Whether you are shopaholic or you just love walking and enjoying your time you must walk in this street for sure !!! A long and narrow street filled with art galleries , "class" restaurants and famous boutiques !!! For me THIS is the special part of my Paris !!! One you walk you'll understand what I"m saying !!!
La rue du Faubourg Saint Honore is a long and narrow street bordered on both sides by the most luxurious shops in the World, Art galeries, nice cafes and restaurants. The main entrance of le Palais de l'Elysee where the President of the Republic lives is there and the very luxury Hotel Bristol. It is a nice walk but it... More
Small narrow streets filled with many luxury and high end boutiques and shops. Lovely little cafes as well. Bring your cash and credit cards. You will need them.
note please that the pix is NOT the rue du faubourg st honore which is quite narrow .the best way to go there is to reach metro station "concorde" (lines 1 8 12) then walk towards the church of the madeleine..the street is called rue royale..stay on the left side...once you have passed the famous "maxim's" restaurant it's the first... More
the street Begin just near our hotel HOLIDAY INN ELYSEES We saw HERMES,Missoni,PRADA,Gucci,Louboutin You can walk 2 or 3 hours in the street it is never finish We loved too Colette Shop and BONPOINT shop for children
The Window chic of Paris. A must see. all the expensive stores. the Elysee palace....and if you are a shopaholic so this is where you should go.......all famous luxury brands...from Cartier passing by D&G and Gucci To Hermes.....
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