Paris Luxury Real Estate

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You can't visit the City of Lights and not peruse a few of their infamous flea markets! This two flea marketing are the perfect spot to perfect your bartering skills. Bon chance! 

1. Clignancourt (le Marche aux Puces de Saint-Ouen) Located in Northeast Paris in the 18th arrondissement, Saint-Ouen is one of the largest flea markets in the word with over 3,000 vendors and spanning several acres. Since 1885 the market has carried a more upscale inventory with French antique furniture and bric brac galore. In more recent years restaurants are starting to replace some of the vendors who can't afford the rising rents but there are still some great bargains to be had. 

2. Porte de Vanves (le Marche aux

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Any first (or second…or tenth) time visitor of Paris will always remember the sight of the Eiffel Tour rising above all other Parisienne infrastructure. Laying your eyes upon the famous monument will stir you and undoubtedly leave you longing for more Paris. While the Eiffel Tour is, of course, the most notable sight in the 7th arrondissement, there are more lovely places you have to see before you depart!

Known as Paris’ oldest department store, you definitely won’t want to miss Le Bon Marché (translated to “the good deal”) on Rue de Sèvres. Le Bon Marché sells some of France’s favorite clothing brands, and has a delicious in-store café, Le Grand Épicerie de Paris. Even if you’re not in the market for high-end clothing,

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