Jules & Julie Rivoli - Châtelet - Jules & Julie

About the area

Châtelet’s area is perhaps the busiest place in Paris but also one of the most interesting. From 1850 to 1960 this neighbourhood was called “The Belly of Paris” because it was a market right in the heart of Paris. Markets were providing the entire city with fresh food and wholesales items. One of the remaining of the period is the beautiful Board of Trade. But Châtelet is nothing without its famous square where you can see two theatres: Théâtre du Châtelet and the Théâtre de la Ville. Not so far from there you will discover the Saint-Jacques tower on your way to the long Rivoli street, is the only remaining part of the church Saint-Jacques. Between squares and avenues, you will find lovely and quiet streets in this amazing quarter of Paris where you have the impression to walk in a Woody Allen’s movie.

What we propose

Jules&Julie’s itinerary will take you to some of Paris’ most fashion-forward and elegant stores. Starting from the place de la Madeleine, the route will follow the main retail streets, such as the rue Royale, rue Saint-Honoré, place Vendôme, rue de la Paix and boulevard des Capucines. If you’re willing to take a break, ask your guide to take you to Café Verlet, a Parisian institution that has been around since 1880…

Few pics of this shopping neighborhood

About the area

From the jewelry stores of the Place Vendôme to the dreamy Tuileries garden, Paris’ Rive Droite is one of the most coveted districts. Many of its old buildings hold prestigious luxury brands; if not, it can be a concept-store or a craftsman’s atelier. With the busy and animated rue Saint-Honoré at its heart, the 1st and 8th arrondissements are definitely worth shopping at…

What we propose

Jules&Julie’s itinerary will take you to some of Paris’ most fashion-forward and elegant stores. Starting from the place de la Madeleine, the route will follow the main retail streets, such as the rue Royale, rue Saint-Honoré, place Vendôme, rue de la Paix and boulevard des Capucines. If you’re willing to take a break, ask your guide to take you to Café Verlet, a Parisian institution that has been around since 1880…

Few pics of this shopping neighborhood