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Nature et Découvertes

 Carrousel du Louvre, 99 rue de Rivoli Paris 75001

Interactive calendars, magnetic puzzles, inflatable globes and build-your-own catamaran sets should help you keep the children occupied!

Corto Moltedo

 146-148 Galerie de Valois, Palais Royal Paris 1st

Corto Moltedo, the trendy flagship store showcasing the luxury bag line launched by American-Italian designer Gabrielecorto Moltedo, is the latest haven of Palais Royal hip. Moltedo describes his aesthetic as "pop-luxe" chic, combining the best of ancestral Italian craftsmanship (his parents were owners of Bottega Veneta) with exotic skins, sumptuous leathers and vibrant colors. More reasonably priced travel accessories include funky laptop cases shaped like giant cassette tapes.

Musée de la Monnaie

 11 quai de Conti Paris 75006 Métro: Pont Neuf/Odéon.

The museum of the French national mint, with coins, medals, jewelry and sculptures.

Musée Gustave Moreau

 14 rue de La Rochefoucauld Paris 75009 Métro: Trinité

A small museum in the former home of the 19th-century Symbolist artist. Closed Tues.


 16 blvd des Capucines Paris 75009

Really useful home equipment, from feather dusters to shopping carts, and great foldup, ecologically friendly shopping bags to tuck into purse or pocket and unfold when needed.


 16 rue Elzévir 75003 Paris Métro Saint-Paul

The most beautiful confiserie-pâtisserie in Paris, and the first Paris offshoot of the exquisite Meert pâtisserie and tea salon in Lille, founded in 1761. Meert’s fame centers on its unique version of the gaufre, a delicate waffle native to the old region of Flanders, treasured for its sublime cream center perfumed with Madagascar vanilla. The boutique also carries chocolates and jams and, on Saturdays only, delicious pastries.

Musée Cognacq-Jay

 8 rue Elzévir Paris 3rd Métro: St-Paul, Rambuteau or Chemin Vert

A remarkable collection of 18th-century furnishings and art assembled by the founder of the Samaritaine department store, now housed in a 16th-century mansion in the Marais. Closed Mon.

Musée Delacroix

 6 rue de Furstenberg Paris 75006 Métro: St-Germain-des-Prés

A tiny museum in Eugène Delacroix’s former home and studio, with a small collection of the artist’s paintings, drawings and memorabilia. Closed Tues.

Comptoir de l’Homme

 5-7 rue de Tournon Paris 75006

Cosmetics, fragrances, grooming and skin care products for men.

W.H. Smith

 248 rue de Rivoli Paris 75001

A wide selection of books in English as well as international newspapers and magazines. Great travel section.

Maison de la Truffe

 19 Place de la Madeleine Paris 75008

Has a superb tasting menu that offers tuber-based delicacies such as scallop carpaccio with Brumale truffles, and a shop for gourmet gifts including truffle-infused Armagnac.


 18 et 20, rue Coquillière 51, rue Jean- Jacques Rousseau - Paris 75001

The professional kitchen and culinary equipment store par excellence. It’s well worth a visit even if you’ve no intention to buy.
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