Rue de la Paix

Rue de la Paix, Paris: Address, Rue de la Paix Reviews: 4/5

Rue de la Paix
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Bring your love of jewelry - and a loaded wallet - to this busy street, where you can find some of the city's best gold, silver and gems.
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JnVSydney
Greater Sydney, Australia10,277 contributions
Favourite little streets
Jan 2020
This turned out to be one of our favourite streets as it had a lot going on, starting at place Vendome, (which was a feast for the eyes) and continuing along to the Opera Garnier, (another feast for the eyes), this street had a lovely atmosphere about it, there are also many jewellery shops, to browse.
Written March 24, 2020
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Osman B
Beirut, Lebanon545 contributions
Most Expensive Street in Paris
Jul 2019
This street which goes from Place Vendome up until the Opera is filled with luxury brands boutiques and Jewelry houses. It is indeed the place for the very elite to come and shop here.
Written September 30, 2019
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flipflop525
Metro Manila, Philippines191 contributions
Nice walk from Opera
Sep 2018 • Friends
Down from Opera to the Ritz is a beautiful walk and all the high end jewellery stores are there! Expensive but nice to watch evening the buildings ate keot in perfect condition. Place Vendôme is just beautiful!
Written September 25, 2018
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Thomas V
Oakland, California10,245 contributions
For the Very Rich
May 2018 • Solo
Very high end shopping here all around Place Vendome. Great if you want to drop thousands on some jewels. Otherwise just very expensive cafes. Architecture is a bit cold.
Written September 12, 2018
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nemanja1205
Serbia907 contributions
Very nice atmosphere
Jul 2018 • Friends
A lovely shopping streets with elegant storefronts and overall a distinctive atmosphere. You can enjoy it while walking from Place Vendome to the Opera. Be sure to visit on a nice walking itinerary.
Written July 29, 2018
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MauritiusNewYorkCity
New York City8 contributions
Global Blue ruined it all
May 2018 • Solo
I was so happy to purchase a Cartier item at the original store in Paris, though it's not as nice/impressive as the Cartier mansion in NYC. Service, of course, was impeccable - the man who helped me was unfortunately not super well-versed in the selection of what I wanted (he had to look through the inventory catalogue and I had to guide him, from my extensive perusal of the website before I came to the store). He went out of his way to have my item messengered for another store when they didn't have it in stock. I was thrilled! Then, b/c I don't live in France, he processed duty-free for me via Global Blue - HUGE NIGHTMARE - I learned later that you can ask to use a regular customs form (you'll get your refund back right away), which I was not offered at Cartier and am very angry about. Global Blue is a complete scam - they lost my form (which you have to leave in an airport box, and has your passport + CC info on it), it took 2 months to process the refund, they took exorbitant fees beyond the fee they initially take (the refund on your form is after fees, but what you receive is subject to a 5% additional fee before they convert using the worst rate around). If you shop internationally at Cartier - ask for the regular customs form. By the way, I sent an email complaining to Cartier about this - no response..... super disappointed from a boutique of this caliber.
Written June 29, 2018
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TheShis
Tel Aviv, Israel29,435 contributions
A lovely shopping street.
May 2018 • Couples
This is a classic shopping street with beautiful buildings on both sides, the opera house at one end and the Vendome column on the other end.
Most of the shops are high-end, but a stroll through this beautiful street is recommended for all.
Written June 15, 2018
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TAIN2013
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia2,858 contributions
Luxury shopping
Dec 2016 • Solo
The short street runs from Opera Garnier to Place Vendome and is a luxury shopping destination. It is a beautiful street and a great shopping destination for the rich and famous. For normal tourists, window shopping is the only option.
Written October 21, 2017
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Mehllo
Matamoras, PA98 contributions
Vendome column & historical, fashionable shops.
Aug 2017 • Couples
A very fashionable street with origins of famous jewelry shops such as Cartier, and other clothing and dress making shops. It street extends from the Place Vendome to the Palace Garnier. The column Vendome is located in a large square along this street. It is a column built by Napoleon (1810) and it surface is covered with bronze plates melted from captured cannons during Napoleon’s military adventures. We visited this place during a city tour. Interesting history but not much of anything else worth a separate excursion.
Written October 4, 2017
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MijnlieverdFH
Tagum City, Philippines4,206 contributions
For the luxurious high fashioned wealthy
Aug 2016 • Couples
Luxury stores and luxury hotels all in one vicinity is a very understandable tandem. The rich and famous paradise for items that caught their fancy.

We only had our window-shopping to see how it is in this part of Paris specially in this kind of merchandise. Strolling along a quieter street from Place de l'Opera to the Place Vendome until somewhere we can find another Metro.
Written July 11, 2017
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