The Boulevard Haussmann is a great avenue that features the creme de la creme of stores and shops. They are the best shopping centers in Europe and the most popular fashion stores. A magnificent avenue that converges with two boulevards that make the Golden Triangle, where shopping is a marvel. The Opera Garnier is nearby as well.
Upon entering the passage from the boulevard Montmartre, it was as if I had stepped back in time to the nineteenth century or the "Roaring Twenties" (so called in France 1920). Apparently it's the oldest "covered walkway" of the city, opened in 1799 to house shops and restaurants. A few days ago I found a variety of shops, including several restaurants, and amazing things as a original jewellery sale (recovered from factories that were closing), feather "boas" for professionals (if they want to do a "french cancan "haha!), and other curiosities. You can cross to the other side and the street is also crossed by another gallery forming a crossroads. A beautiful Parisian walk and two streets from the metro Grands Boulevards (line 9 and 8)!
Passage Jouffroy is the first step built entirely of glass and metal beams. No it is like a 20th century bazaar that functions as a home of shops. There is an Antique toy shops, highly specialized bookstores, tea rooms, gift shops, boutiques and many others.
Rue de Rivoli is in the center of Paris and is more than 3 km long, it's street is a paradise for shopping and is one of the most popular shopping streets. This street is (due to its length) two districts at a time (the 1st and 4th). It is accessible by several subway stations or on foot, but the metro will enable faster and more direct access. On it there are stores like Etam, Zara and Sephora as well as restaurants and other businesses.
One of the most beautiful in the capital, but is little known since nearby, the opera and department stores capture the attention of most tourists. It was renovated and in the last century, the shops have had beautiful facades, wood decks, and are luxury shops. For example tailors make suits and tailored shirts. Earlier on in this neighborhood there were a lot of shops but modernisation meant they lessened in number. The street Edouard VII retains the ancient traditional feel. Now entirely pedestrian. In the middle of the street there is a hotel and in the background is the theater of the same name. At the end of the street there appears to be a pedestrian alley but there is an exit to the street Auber