- Visit Shakespeare and Company
An independent bookstore, the first of these was opened by Sylvia Beach in 1919. The bookstore became a gathering for many renowned, but then aspiring writers like Ernest Hemmingway and Ezra Pound. While the first bookstore closed down, the second was opened in 1951 and carries on as a very popular place for tourists and locals alike. If you’re lucky, while strolling through the secondhand books and novelties, you can even here an ambitious poet or writer reciting his works outside of the store.
2. Shop on The Avenue des Champs-Élysées
This boulevard, located in the 8th arrondissement offers some of the best cafés and shops around all of…