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Bargain Shopping in France

Paris is one of the fashion capitals of the world. The city might be full of expensive designer stores, but there are actually places to bargain shop in France. The euro might be stronger than your own currency, but do not let that stop you from seeking out some great deals.

If you want to find bargains on clothes, then head to a fripperie or a second hand vintage store. You can often find scarves for a euro or seasons old designer merchandise for a bargain. One of the most famous shops in Paris is called the Kilo shop where you pay for things depending on how much they weigh. The Marais is one of the best places to look for these types of stores.

Shopping in ParisMarkets are the ideal places to get deals on every day items and furniture. One of the most famous markets is the Marche aux Puces at the end of line four at Port de Clingoncourt in Paris. You can spend days wandering the vintage stalls full of antiques and junk looking for hidden treasures.

If you need everyday items at a bargain, then head to Tati. This is an inexpensive store that has every item you could ever want from toothpaste to coffee makers. You will never pay an outrageous sum for any item at this store. Do not be fooled by its seedy exterior because there are actually fabulous high quality products available inside at a discounted price.

 

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