Shopping and Christmas windows in Paris
Published on 5 December 2018, dans Visit Paris
A hearty greeting to December! It’s a month that’s warmly welcomed because, although we lose the warmer weather, we gain immeasurably thanks to the festive season celebrations that are finally upon us. Paris is getting ready to dive into the heart-warming ambiance of Christmas, so come along and get ready for the festivities by going on a shopping spree in the renowned department stores on the Boulevard Haussmann. Then admire the charm of their enchanting Christmas windows!
Head to Galeries Lafayette and Printemps
It can sometimes be quite difficult to find just the right gift for each of your family and friends. The clock is ticking, so running around all the countless shops scattered throughout Paris before time runs out is impractical, if not impossible! However, there’s an easier way of organising your present-buying expeditions; by relying on the fine taste and comprehensive scope of Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, located on the Boulevard Haussmann in Paris. These world-class department stores carry an excellent and extensive selection of products, where style meets quality, whether in fashion, leisure, accessories, decorations or toys ... Discover Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, where you’re sure to find the perfect gifts for your loved ones and an additional little treat or two for yourself!
Marvel at the Christmas windows
After the effort, the relaxation! Following your busy shopping session, you can enjoy magical moment with the famous Christmas windows of the department stores. You’ll be charmed by these unique magical worlds in which adorable characters embark on fantastic adventures. In the evening, after all the excitement, you’ll be happy to return to your room at the Grand Hotel Saint Michel in the centre of Paris. Its contemporary decor and friendly atmosphere will make you feel immediately at home.
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Grand Hotel Saint Michel, a refined hotel at the heart of Quartier Latin