Welcome to one of France’s most famous department stores, where shoppers can find useful merchandise and produce in wide selections at reasonable prices. There are designer fashion lines for men, women and children, as well as cosmetics, perfumes, furniture, gifts and home appliances. For the foodies, Le Bon Marché is also home to arguably the largest food hall in the city, a popular bakery, and a large gourmet market where you can find fresh meat, cheese and wine. Because the stores cater to locals instead of tourists, the crowds are minimal despite the attractions, ensuring a haven for fashionistas and food gurus alike.
Inaugurated in 1982, this collection features more than 400 sculptures and roughly that many... Read more