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La Samaritaine

Interior of Paris department store La Samaritaine

La Samaritaine

Chic Shopping in the Center of Paris


9 Rue de la Monnaie, 75001 Paris

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La Samaritaine is an iconic Paris department store located on the banks of the Seine, which recently reopened after years of refurbishment and transformation works. Founded in the late 19th century, the store has a long history and is a beloved institution in the city.

When you first arrive at La Samaritaine, you’re greeted by the store’s grand exterior, which features a distinctive Art Nouveau design. Inside, the LVMH flagship store is a shopper’s paradise, with multiple floors filled with a wide variety of merchandise, from clothing and accessories to home goods and gifts.

Interior of Paris department store La Samaritaine

In addition to its retail offerings, La Samaritaine is also home to a number of cafés and restaurants, which are popular spots for tourists and locals alike. The store’s rooftop terrace offers stunning views of the city and is particularly popular on warm days.

One of the highlights of a visit to La Samaritaine is the opportunity to browse the store’s extensive selection of French-made products, including both famous luxury brands and unique artisanal items. The store’s also known for its commitment to sustainability, with a number of eco-friendly products and initiatives on offer.

View of the shopping floor

All this makes La Samaritaine a must-visit destination for anyone interested in shopping, history, or architecture. Whether you’re looking to indulge in some retail therapy or just want to take in the beauty of the store’s Art Nouveau design, you’re sure to find what you’re after at La Samaritaine.

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