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Best Shopping Malls in Paris

Paris offers a range of retail experiences throughout the chic capital city of France. From historic department stores to shopping districts with independent boutiques, there is a place for everything. Whether you’re searching for designs straight from the runway or gourmet goodies, you will find these and so much more.
Shopping in Paris is truly an experience and a highlight of any visit. Along with dazzling displays of items for sale, you can also admire the beautiful architecture, dine on delicious cuisine, have a personal shopper and even take a tour of some places. Have a look at the 10 best shopping malls in Paris.


1.Galeries Lafayette Haussmann
Make your way to this iconic 'World Department Store'
Galeries Lafyette Hausmann may be the grande dame of shopping in Paris. Established in 1894, the upmarket department store is on Boulevard Haussman in the 9th arrondissement. Known as the 'World Department Store', the centre welcomes 37 million visitors annually and boasts over 3,500 brands. The building is hard to miss with its striking art-deco dome.
Inside Galeries Lafayette Hausmann, you’ll find a luxurious scene with an exciting mix representing fashion, beauty, jewellery, home and gourmet. There are also plenty of places for dining and a Wellness Gallerie. Other highlights include activities such as the Parisian Shopping Experience and Guided Heritage Tours, as well as a rooftop terrace featuring panoramic views of the city.
Location: 40 Bd Haussmann, 75009 Paris, France
Open: Monday–Saturday 10 am to 8.30 pm, Sunday from 11 am to 8 pm
Phone: +33 1 42 82 34 56


2.Westfield Les 4 Temps
Lots to see in one of the largest shopping centres in Europe
Westfield Les 4 Temps boasts nearly 250 shops and 40 restaurants and eateries to enjoy. Located by the Grande Arche in the thriving La Défense business district in the western suburbs of Paris, the glistening glass complex spans 4 levels and is a top destination for shoppers.
It’s easy to see why Westfield 4 Les Temps happens to be one of the most-visited shopping centres in the Paris region. Along with the retail stores representing international and French brands, the centre also has a 16-screen cinema, a 3-level hypermarket and an outdoor terrace called Le Dome. Throughout the year, you can enjoy special events ranging from concerts to cooking demonstrations with Michelin-starred chefs.
Location: 15 Parvis De La Défense, 92092 Puteaux, France
Open: Monday–Saturday 10 am to 8.30 pm, Sunday from 10 am to 8 pm
Phone: +33 1 47 73 54 44


3.Westfield Forum des Halles
A thriving place to shop in the old market district of Paris
Westfield Forum des Halles entices you to indulge in retail therapy in a modern complex featuring shops from top brands, independent boutiques and concept stores. Located on the site of the former fresh-food market Les Halles in the Quartier des Halles, the modern centre stands out for its architectural design featuring the Canopy, a curved roof, drawing inspiration from the local forest canopy.
When it comes to dining at Westfield Forum des Halles, there’s an establishment for every taste. You’ll want to check out Champeaux, a contemporary brasserie by famed French chef Alain Ducasse. There’s a cinema onsite with screenings in English, and the centre is also home to public facilities, including a swimming pool and library.
Location: 101 Porte Berger, 75001 Paris, France
Open: Monday–Saturday 10 am to 8.30 pm, Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm
Phone: +33 1 44 76 87 08


4.Centre Commercial Saint-Lazare
Take a trip to this shopping centre inside a train station
Centre Commercial Saint-Lazare offers a unique indoor shopping experience inside the busy transport hub of Gare Saint-Lazare in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. Whether you plan on shopping a little before heading elsewhere in France or just want to see this place for yourself, it is certainly worth visiting.
ithin the Centre Commercial Saint-Lazare are around 80 boutiques as well as several restaurants and eateries to grab a bite. You’ll find everything from shoes to sunglasses and fast-casual restaurants here. The shopping complex, which spans 10,000 square metres and has 3 levels seamlessly integrated into the train station, was built with mobile consumers in mind.
Location: 1 Cr de Rome, 75008 Paris, France
Open: Monday–Friday from 7.30 am to 8 pm, Saturday from 9 am to 8 pm, Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm
Phone: +33 1 53 42 12 54


5.Bercy Village
Diverse shops and dining on the former site of world’s largest wine market
Bercy Village offers a charming and historical setting for shopping, as it's set within a 19th-century wine market featuring white-stone storehouses, a paved courtyard and terraces. Located in the 12th arrondissement, this unique retail destination features an open layout, making it ideal for popping into the boutique shops at your leisure.
Along with being a retail destination, Bercy Village offers restaurants, cafes and interesting attractions across its 26,000 square metres of space. You’ll find retailers representing recognisable brands as well as bespoke shops selling speciality items, and there are entertaining events such as summer concerts and photo exhibitions. Also on the premises is a cinema house, karaoke bar, rock-climbing centre and science museum.
Location: Cr Saint-Emilion, 75012 Paris, France
Open: Daily from 10 am to 2 am
Phone: +33 1 40 02 90 80


Shop at France’s first geothermal shopping centre
Aéroville will appeal to eco-conscious shoppers, as it's powered by geothermal energy. Located in Tremblay-en-France and Roissy-En-France near the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, this modern, single-level retail and dining complex spans 84,000 square metres and is home to 200 shops, restaurants and a multiplex cinema.
Since opening in 2013, Aéroville continues to capture the interest of locals and out-of-towners. Along with well-known brands from fashion, beauty, fitness and casual dining, there is a kids’ zone and a supermarket for convenience.
Location: 30 Rue des Buissons, 95700 Roissy-en-France, France
Open: Daily from 10 am to 8 pm
Phone: +33 1 74 25 75 60


7.Italie Deux
Plan a shopping trip to this large centre near the Place d’Italie
Italie Deux will appeal to shopping enthusiasts with its collection of 140 shops and 50 dining establishments in an inviting setting. Located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris near the Place d’Italie square, the modern centre is a lovely place to spend a few hours.
At Italie Deux, you’ll find Printemps, the popular French department store chain, as well as retailers featuring global brands. On its 3 levels are all sorts of products to pique your interest, from clothing to high-tech gadgets and home decor. When you’re in the mood for a latte or lunch, there are several cafes, patisseries and the casual Iconik food court. Throughout the year, you can catch festive events celebrating different holidays.
Location: 30 Av. d'Italie, 75013 Paris, France
Open: Daily from 10 am to 8 pm
Phone: +33 1 45 80 72 00


8.Carrousel du Louvre
A great place to go shopping when you need a break from the museum
The Carrousel du Louvre offers an ideal location for shopping between its namesake landmarks, the Louvre museum and the Place du Carrousel. You can even see the glass Pyramide du Louvre by I.M. Pei from a distance. The underground shopping centre is in the 1st arrondissement of Paris and attracts locals and visitors alike. Whether you’re searching for a gift, fashionable clothing or chocolates, you’ll find it here.
As for dining at Carrousel du Louvre, there are more than a dozen eateries serving international cuisine. During the year, the centre presents exhibitions, such as the annual Paris Photo exhibit. You may recognise the centre’s famous skylight from the film 'The Da Vinci Code'.
Location: 99 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Open: Wednesday–Monday from 10 am to 7 pm, Tuesday from 11 am to 6 pm
Phone: +33 1 43 16 47 10


9.So Ouest
Top-notch shopping in a modern centre
So Ouest features sleek interiors with marble floors and leather handrails, as well as shops showcasing local and international brands. You can find the upmarket shopping centre in Levallois-Perret in the Haute-de-Seine department of north Central France, which is about 3.7 miles from the Paris city centre.
When you need a little break from shopping, So Ouest offers several areas to relax as well as a cinema if you want to catch a movie. As for dining, you’ll find plenty of delicious options, from French favourites to Asian and more, to satisfy your appetite.
Location: 31 Rue d'Alsace, 92300 Levallois-Perret, France
Open: Monday–Saturday from 10 am to 8.30 pm (closed on Sundays)
Phone: +33 1 41 06 40 00


10. Passage du Havre
A collection of diverse shops in a unique setting
Passage du Havre offers an interesting place to shop in Paris, as it's housed in an actual covered passage near the Gare Saint-Lazare station in the 8th arrondissement. The centre is home to about 40 shops. You’ll find retailers selling clothing, beauty and other items from local and international brands, as well as areas to sit and relax.
Along with the shops, Passage du Havre has a garden, terrace and quick casual spots to grab a coffee or a light bite before strolling again. As for its size, the passage leads to Rue de Caumartin, where it ends.
Location: 109 Rue Saint-Lazare, 75009 Paris, France
Open: Monday–Wednesday and Saturday from 9.30 am to 8 pm, Thursday–Friday from 9.30 am to 8.30 pm, Sunday from 11 am to 7 pm
Phone: +33 1 44 53 09 23

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