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Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore, Paris
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Cited as one of the most fashionable streets in the world, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore is tucked away in Paris and features virtually every major global fashion house. You may find the street somewhat narrow and nondescript but, like the nearby avenue Montaigne, the street has been consistently dedicated, throughout its length, to high-fashion stores and other exclusive establishments.

Expect to see stores like À la Corbeille de Fleurs, a perfume shop, Hermès, a company of finely crafted goods, and Lancôme. Use our Paris trip itinerary builder to add Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore and other attractions to your Paris vacation plans.
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  • Street of Faubourg Saint Honore extended the street Saint Honore, because she was initially outside the confines of Louis XIII in the village of Roule, the so-called door after Saint Honoré; It starts so Royal Street which leads to the famous square of la Madeleine, in the 8th district and ends in the neighborhood of rolls, ancient Hamlet and to the suburb of town the Bishop outside the walls, met in Paris in 1722. It is over 2 km long. By starting the visit of this street we pass successively the windows of Hermes, Gucci, and other shops of luxury, then in front of the Embassy of Great Britain, in the mansion of Charost, classic style, with its beautiful interior gardens visited during the days of the heritage in September. At no. 31 is a classical style building, the residence of the Ambassador of the Japan Hotel Pillet Will. Similarly we is the residence of the Ambassador of the USA in the former mansion of Pontalba at no. 41. Then continuing West we arrive before the Élysées Palace and its monumental gate at no. 55. It cannot be visited during the heritage days. A little further, street crosses the place Beauvau where the Ministry of the Interior to the No. 96. You can see the building of the old mansion across the well-guarded gates. We pass many luxury shops whose prices of products are skeptical. The Bristol Hotel and its famous restaurant "Epicure" as well as "french bar" are no. 112. This hotel dates back to 1925 and is built in the "Art Déco" style a little loaded. This prestigious hotel is a palace known all over the world and particularly in the USA. If you want to visit, it is possible to have a drink at the bar and admire the garden. If you have the means, you can also go for lunch, with prices sweeter than for dinner where the restaurant 3 Michelin stars, offers inventive dishes but at high prices. The street then crosses the Boulevard Haussmann and strangely it does not extend in the axis. He must travel the boulevard South to find the street that starts at an angle on the right. We find this street all that Paris counts as shops of luxury and prestige, as high fashion shops, art galleries, hotels, etc. She completed her career the dull place, very classy and very bourgeois Parisian district. Just look at the buildings that line the street to see beautiful architecture, classic, with private mansions, Haussmann and Art Deco styles. The famous "Pleyel" concert hall is located at no. 252. Similarly at no. 235 we can notice an artists ' studios built by Gustave Eiffel in 1850 Saint Philippe of the roll, massive neoclassical Church, is located after the street of la Boétie at no. 154. Access is to the No. 9 street of Courcelles. The Interior is amazing with a single nave with barrel vault imitating cut stone, supported by columns in ionic style. It dates from 1784. Also, it's hard to imagine that, under Louis XIII, la Boétie Street did not exist and that its location was on one of the large sewer West, in a rough neighborhood, off the walls of the capital. Well since the things changed! This street is not my favorite, because it lacks atmosphere and friendliness. Especially it is almost impossible to visit anything inside. So, you are doomed to watch the beautiful facades without really taking advantage of the interiors of buildings of style. Because many buildings have indoor gardens, visiting not except for the heritage days. As for the luxury shops, just watch beautiful objects! This area is expensive and here we practice high prices even for a simple espresso! However you can catch you if you wait the heritage days, which are held a weekend of September to visit some of the buildings. This street is accessible by subway stations, for the beginning of the street, "Madeleine" lines No. 8, 12 and 14 by taking the rue Royale toward the Seine. For the middle of the street, station "Saint Philip of the roll" line no. 9, in the street of la Boétie. The western end of the street is accessible by the station "Ternes" line no. 2
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  • Fashion Boutiques all over...both popular & underground. You will love shopping on this street. The President's Palace is also on this street & Hotel Le Bristol... 
  • Strolling along at night looking in the windows of the high end shops was a nice way to spend time, but it was the "over-the-top" cars parked in front of the fancy hotels that held our interest. Never...  more »