When you are in rue de Turenne (near Bernard Garbo shop), and you are heading towards the Seine, you will arrive at a crossroad where, on your left, there is the Place des Vosges and its Art Galleries (see the Galleries of Place des Vosges article) and on your right, Rue des Francs Bourgeois, one of the best streets in Paris for lots of reasons.
This street, located in the middle of the Gay and the Jewish quarter and marking the limits between the 3rd and the 4th districts of Paris, offers a number of amazing shops.
You can probably find most of the most fashionable clothes brands, like PePe Jeans, Camper, Aridza Bross, and a lot more. And don’t forget the sales twice a year in France, after Christmas, and in July each year. Besides, you can enter in Kiehl’s, in case you need some cream for anywhere on your body!
You can also visit the antiquarians in this street or in the adjacent ones, or the bookshops and other stores which sell goods for your home.
And if you are bored with shopping, you can go and visit the Carnavalet Museum (check the Carnavalet Museum article). This museum is dedicated to the history of Paris, from its origins (a prehistoric canoe is from 4600 years before JC) to today, and presents lots of works linked to Paris.
Rue des Francs Bourgeois quarter is a place in Paris where you can walk all day long to explore the Marais District.
Rue des Francs Bourgeois | Art & culture, Relaxing, Shopping
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