Monceau Wagram Arc De Triomphe

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

7 rue Rennequin, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France
Monceau Wagram Hotel
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Louis Vuitton

by Dank87


There are many LV stores in Paris.

Can someone advise me which one is the flagship store there?


Re: Louis Vuitton

by leics

The one on the Champs-Elysees, I believe:

Re: Louis Vuitton

by MacedonianUK

Yes J, the one on Champs-Elysees is the flagship store.
It is situated half a way between Arc the Triumph and Place de Concorde.
But as it is long street best is to use Metro and get out at George V Metro station...
As is on the corner of Champs-Elysees & Avenue Gorge V

Official address
38 Avenue George V
75008 Paris, France

01 53 57 24 00

Re: Louis Vuitton

by leics

Not somewhere I've ever sought out, I have to admit.......

Re: Louis Vuitton

by MacedonianUK

Must admit, I went shopping for bag there, and my husband had hart attack
what I spend :D
OP, if you are shopping there & you are from outside the EU make sure you take your passport with you, as you get TAX FREE Shopping and %10 discount.

Travel Tips for Paris

VT meeting with ettenaj !!! Rencontre avec ettenaj

by Maillekeul

For ettenaj's birthday, VT member onecut accompanied her to Paris where she had her first VT meeting with... me ! We had some wine and french cheeses in the Arsenal garden, next to Bastille... A really pleasant time !!!

Pour l'anniversaire de ettenaj, onecut, autre membre de VT, l'a accompagne a Paris ou elle a eu sa premiere rencontre VT avec... moi ! Nous avons mange quelques fromages et bu du vin dans les jardins de l'Arsenal, pres de Bastille... Un bien bon moment !!!

VTmeeting with 11dana !!! Rencontre avec 11dana

by Maillekeul

The least we can say is that Dana is dying to live in Paris !! Before she came to the city of lights, she sent me tons of e-mails to prepare her arrival and journey !! She is a very kind person that I was lucky to meet : I hope she'll get a job in France, as it's her most cherished wish...

Le moins qu'on puisse dire, c'est que Dana mourrait d'envie de venir a Paris !! Avant d'arriver, elle m'a envoye des tonnes d'e-mails pour preparer son arrivee et son sejour !!! C'est une personne charmante et sensible que j'ai finalement eu la chance de rencontrer.. J'espere qu'elle realisera son plus grand souhait, venir vivre et travailler en France ...

Recommended Guidebooks


There are lots of Paris guidebooks on the bookshelves nowadays. There are glossy guidebooks such as the Eyewitness guides, but they weigh almost as much as a small baby. So although they are nice to browse they are not practical to pack in your luggage. Alot of people prefer the Rick Steves series, but I find that he concentrates on a few districts only. Others prefer the Green Guides but I don't find them so useful as they don't offer much advice for hotels and restaurants.

Two books that I find to be organized well are Fodors and Frommers. However, one caveat is that the authors (like many authors) do not update their listings on a yearly basis.


by Klod5

The opulent Opéra de Paris Garnier was designed by Charles Garnier for Emperor Napoleon III. It is the most important symbol of the 19th century Second Empire baroque style.

Construction of the opera building started in 1862, but it wasn't completed until 1875, partly because an underground lake was discovered during construction. The small lake still exists under the opera building. It was the hiding place of the 'Phantom of the Opera' in Paul Leroux's famous play.
Since the construction of the modern Opéra de Paris Bastille in 1989, the majestic Opéra Garnier is now mainly used for ballet performances. It was also officially renamed 'Palais Opera'.

Even though the opera has a seating capacity of less than 2,200, the building is the largest theatre in the world by acreage. It is 172 meter long, 125 meter wide and reaches a height of 73,6 meter (564 x 410 x 241 ft). The facade is decorated with rose marble columns, friezes, sculpture groups and two large gilded statues.

The interior of the Opéra Garnier building is even more impressive than its exterior. The marble Grand Staircase has a height of 30m/98ft! The 54m long Grand Foyer features a mosaic covered ceiling and a large number of chandeliers. It is so luxuriously that it can be compared with the corridors in Versailles.
Behind the Grand Foyer and below the green copper dome is the lavishly decorated auditorium with red velvet, plaster cherubs and gold leaf. The auditorium's magnificent chandelier weighs a massive six tonnes. Its large ceiling was painted in 1964 by Marc Chagall. The stage behind the auditorium is 60 meter high and has room for up to 450 actors.

The Opera de Paris Garnier is located at the Place de l'Opera, in the 9e arrondissement, just north of the 2e arrondissement.

Another Carryall Is Useful


It always happens sooner or later: you will wish you had a large bag to carry your daily items. Instead of realizing this after you arrive in Paris pack either a backpack or a tote bag in your luggage or carryon. It's a huge lifesaver when you end up buying things you didn't expect to buy. And you can use it as an additional carryon bag if it's necessary. But make sure you are within your carryon baggage allowance first!


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Address: 7 rue Rennequin, Paris, Ile-de-France, 75017, France