Le Passage du Havre
107, rue Saint-Lazare 75009
Unique and uncommon shopping centre, Le Passage du Havre features a big glass canopy and a green patio garden, inviting to sit back for lunch. Flooded with day light, it is a great spot to splash some cash with lots of brands to choose from.
Le Passage Jouffroy
9, rue de la Grange au 12 boulevard Montmartre 75009 Paris
Built in 1836, Le Passage Jouffroy was a true technological innovation at the time. Made of iron and glass and provided with heated floors, it houses a great number of toy and book stores. It is also where the entrance to the famous Grévin Museum is.
Le Passage Verdeau
6, rue de la Grange au 31 bis rue du Faubourg Montmartre 75009 Paris
Le Passage Verdeau opened its doors in 1846; the construction project was assigned to the same company that was in charge of Le Passage Jouffroy. Since the opening of the Drouot Auction House, it attracts collectors of antique books, embroideries and furnishings.
Le Passage des Panoramas
11, boulevard Montmartre au 38 rue Vivienne 75002 Paris
Opened to public in 1800, Le Passage des Panoramas is the oldest covered shopping arcade in Paris, listed as an historical monument. It was where Parisian high society looking for some uncommon shopping used to flock to, whatever the weather. Today, it is one of Paris’ most visited shopping arcades.