The Best Places to Shop for Flowers in Paris

The Best Places to Shop for Flowers in Paris

Spring is in full bloom, and what better way to delight in the wonders of the season than to visit a flower shop or market? In Paris, there’s an abundance of gorgeous flower shops to choose from. Spring is the ideal time for visiting Paris, and if you’re going to be there this time of year, you’ll definitely want to add “flower shopping” to your list of things to do in Spring in Paris.

Here are some of our favorite florists found in this magical city.

Marché aux Fleurs

The vibrant and color-popping Marché aux Fleurs (which, in French, means “flower market”), rests on Île de la Cité, one of the two islands in Paris. It’s also the oldest flower market in Paris, dating all the way back to 1808. Not only is it one of the oldest, but it’s one of the largest, too. You’ll find everything to sate your floral fantasies here. (Note that the famous Marché aux Oiseaux, or bird market, is no longer operating).

Address: 37 Place Louis Lépine, 75004


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Fleuriste Pierre Kavaciuk

In the 13th arrondissement, florist Pierre Kavaciuk’s stunning floral offerings catch the eyes of many passersby. Kavaciuk’s artistry and keen eye mean that you’ll find an array of stunning flowers of all colors of the rainbow to help you feel inspired and alive. Pop in for a visit to see what all the fuss is about.

Address: 44 Boulevard Arago, 75013

Eric Chauvin

At the luxe and stunning Eric Chauvin – a self-described “couture florist” – you’ll find blossoming beauties of every shape, size, and color. Chauvin’s boutique is full of magical arrangements that’ll have you coming back for more. Chauvin is known for orchids and luxury floral arrangements. The shop also offers beautiful vases for the flowers, adding even more of an artistic touch. Your only problem shopping here will be selecting what to buy!

Address: 22 Rue Jean Nicot, 75007


The name says it all: Flower is just the spot for finding beautiful, blossoming gems. One visitor describes how this shop “literally took my breath away and transported me to another world.” It’s been called a “must” for any floral lover making their way through Paris.

Address: 14 rue des Saints-Pères, 75007



Florist Bergamotte is a fan-favorite for those buying flowers for celebrities, supposedly. One visitor purchased a bouquet for actress Isabelle Huppert while she was performing in a nearby theater. While we’re not all Huppert-level notable, everyone deserves some pretty flowers once and a while. Treat yourself to some from Bergamotte and you won’t be disappointed.

Address: 12 rue d’Argenteuil, 75001


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Aoyama Flower Market

And now, for something a bit different. While traditional French florists abound on this list, at Aoyama Flower Market, you’ll find a Japanese boutique florist whose standards are as high as tall tulips in the Netherlands. While pricey, this florist is worth a stop if you’re a flower lover. The quality is of the utmost, and the cost reflects it.

Address: 96 rue du Bac, 75007

Paris Fleuri

Last but certainly not least, we have Paris Fleuri. This delightful flower shop located in the 1st arrondissement is a small oasis of flowery calm, and it’s been here since 1969. Let the warm scents swirl around you as you peruse roses, peonies, and more.

Address: 152 rue Saint Honoré, 75001


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Lead photo credit : Lily of The Valley bouquet © Amina Filkins

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Anne McCarthy is a contributing writer to BBC News, Teen Vogue, The Telegraph, Dance Magazine, and more. She has a Masters in Creative Writing from the University of Westminster and is the Editor in Chief of Fat Tire Tours’ travel blog. She lives in New York City.