Forum des Halles, Paris
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It's the greatest mall we ever saw. Hundreds of shops (the usual ones), cinemas, theatre, sports facilities on many floors, most of it underground. We didn't feel very well: like prisoners rounded by ... read more »
Ce site est très laid. Ne mérite pas d'être catégorisé comme un lieu touristique. En comparaison mieux vaut aller dans un centre commercial Carrefour ou Auchan ca sera plus agréable!This site is very ugly. Does not deserve to be categorized as a tourist place. In better comparison is to go in a shopping mall Carrefour or Auchan ca will be more enjoyable!show original
It's a great place to go shopping for trendy clothes and make-up, but other than that it tends to get too crowded and it is not user-friendly. The good outlets are packed with people so it isn't easy to get something to eat and there aren't many options. The atmosphere is good though and many interesting people frequent the place.
Nice, big subterranean mall. Currently being renovated, but the underground businesses are working normally. It also harbors what i believe is the biggest Métro hookup of lines in Paris. Keep your eyes peeled for indications when your are trying to find your way in the underground.
The renovation of the place makes it look safer, bigger and more luminous. The Canopée opens onto Saint-Eustache Church and Nelson Mandela's garden ( the latter is not opened to public yet). There are a lot of shops in this area.
This new architecture seems to be very windy and it rains inside. Nevertheless, it's so central that you can't avoid this place. The open hall is rather nice. You the biggest RER/Metro station in the workd, wil find movies (in their original tongues), mainstream restaurants and stores.
The place ia huge, has wifi and lots of security. Stores are ok, but the mall is only partially finishes, it is not well lit and it doesn't feel too comfortable to spend too much time there (come on, it's underground)
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