Best Paris Shops

This is the 10 Best Paris Shops list created with the help of our community. We are frequently asked for lists of the best shops in any given city or destination. So by popular demand, and with votes from The Shopkeepers community, we are making our Best Shops by City 2019 lists. These are the shops that we love and are unique to each particular destination. These shops keep are towns and cities unique, interesting, and vibrant. For locals and travelers alike, whether you are looking for flowers, coffee, or a new book these Best Paris Shops 2019 are a joy to discover and explore. Thank you for all those who participated in our Best Paris Shops 2019 survey. 

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Astier de Villatte


Hand-crafted white ceramics are displayed on floor to ceiling shelves in the beautiful Astier de Villatte, known for its prestigious scents from incense and fragrances as well as sublime ceramics.

173 Rue St Honore & 16 Rue Tournon

photo: @rickiedesole

Merci, Paris


From the iconic red Fiat 500 parked in front of Merci to the inspiring installations that are beautifully curated, akin to a magazine editorial, we love everything about this Paris concept shop.

111 Boulevard Beaumarchais

Photo: @sugarednspiced

Fragments, Paris


This rustic gem is nestled down a quaint street. Enjoy an espresso and a home-cooked pastry while their large windows will have you peering out at passersby on their bicycles, the true essence of Parisian lifestyle.

76 Rue de Tournelles

Photo: @fragmentsparis

Ailleurs, Paris


An old furniture workshop with patinated walls, is home to Ailleurs, an interiors and home shop that mixes vintage, design objets and hand-crafted pieces.

17 Rue St-Nicolas

Photo: @ailleursparis

Buly, Paris

BULY 1803

This stunning shop seduces the senses. Buy a “remedy”, a beauty cream or simply enjoy a coffee. Buly 1803‘s gorgeous interior, reminiscent of a bygone era is realized in its architectural details and beautiful packaged products.

45 Rue de Saintonge

Photo: @dromma

Fragrance, Paris


The perfect mix between dried and fresh flowers. The dreamy blush tones of Fragrance flower and tea shop and being surrounded by beautiful blooms make us want to linger here for hours.

14 Rue Saint-Sebastien


Marche aux Puces


With its unique atmosphere and collection of wares the Marché aux Puces (which translates to flea market) is a world-famous institution. It is recognized as one of the largest and best antique and flea market in the world. Fourteen separate markets over seven hectares make up the Marché aux Puces. Some are covered, others are open-air but all are full of a unique assortment of merchandise from all ages and countries. At the Marché aux Puces, you can find everything from classic antiques and restored high-end merchandise to old records, children’s toys, and photographs and all other manner of unusual collectibles.

Avenue de la Porte de Clignancourt Paris

Photo: @gloriacoelho

Galerie Vivienne


This listed historic covered passage was built in 1823. A beautiful glass ceiling illuminates an intricate mosaic floor and a variety of shops offering books, children’s toys, womenswear, a tea shop and more.

5 Rue de la Banque

Photo: @alixurien

Welcome Bio Bazar


This shop’s mission is to develop, encourage and share best ecological practices. Welcome Bio Bazaar offers a lovely assortment of plants, eco-friendly homewares and wellness products.

13 Rue Boule

Photo: @welcomebio_bazar

Shakespeare & Co


As George Whitman, founder of Shakespeare and Company said “I created this bookstore like a man would write a novel, building each room like a chapter, and I like people to open the door the way they open a book, a book that leads into a magic world in their imaginations”. Upon arrival at this enchanting bookstore you can read above the doorway the following verse “Be not inhospitable to strangers lest they be angels in disguise”.

37 Rue de la Bûcherie

Photo: @erwinvekeren