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Christmas Shopping and Showcases in Paris

Christmas Shopping and Showcases in Paris

It's winter, the end of the years’ holidays are looming and you simply cannot miss the opportunity to offer yourself a little Parisian getaway. It's time to go shopping for Christmas in the department stores on Boulevard Haussmann and then admire the beautiful Christmas showcases. Long live Christmas in Paris!


Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, your fashion landmarks

The Paris department stores are ideal for your Christmas shopping: in a single place, you have access to many worlds, from fashion to decoration and culture. You can easily find a small gift for each of your beloved ones, because for sure your mother-in-law, your nephew, your best friend and your grandfather do not share the same passions. Galeries Lafayette and Printemps offer trendy, interesting and qualitative selections, to find the treasures that will capsize your surroundings.


Christmas windows, long live the magic

Galeries Lafayette and Printemps are the big game! These two Parisian emblems, on Boulevard Haussmann, have concocted magnificent and magical shop windows, which will fascinate both young and old alike. Get ready to melt in front of adorable moving pictures filled with little elves, dolls, unicorns and strange creatures. The Christmas windows are an ideal break between two shopping sessions, but they are so exceptional that they also justify an outing just for them! Both children and adults love it. Then, find your room at L’Empire Paris, a chic and unique hotel in rue de l'Arbre Sec in Paris, in the 1st district. Please note: The establishment has family rooms ideal for your Christmas getaways.



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- Christmas Windows

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