Stop 2 Transportation: Metro to the Opera stop (ticket costs about 2 Euros per person). Activities: Place Vendome, historical department stores, covered passages. Our second day will be dedicated to exploring the world of luxury jewelry brands and iconic shopping districts. We will start at the Place Vendome to learn about selected iconic brands. Known for its bold and glamorous designs, Bulgari has become synonymous with luxury jewelry and watches. We will have the opportunity to discover the brand's captivating heritage and admire window displays with the iconic Serpenti motif. Chaumet is a prestigious French jewelry house. With a rich history dating back to 1780, it is known for its elegant and refined creations, especially tiaras. We will delve into the brand's legacy and admire its timeless pieces in the window displays. Van Cleef & Arpels is the legendary jewelry house that has been creating exceptional pieces since 1906. We will discover their intricate craftsmanship and the stories behind their iconic designs. Cartier is renowned for its exquisite jewelry, watches, and accessories. We will learn about the brand's history and craftsmanship. We will walk on to 7 Rue de la Paix and discover a place of the first Haute Couture fashion house founded by Charles Frederic Worth Founded in 1885. Lunch at the most beautiful Starbucks in Paris. You will feel like in Versaille’s dining room when entering this sophisticated coffee temple with stunning high ceilings and gold embellishments, paintings on the ceiling, and chandeliers hanging down. In the afternoon, we will visit Printemps, an iconic department store known for its stunning rooftop terrace offering panoramic views of Paris. A visit to Printemps will give us a chance to explore renowned French labels and enjoy the beauty of the city from above. The last floor is dedicated to second-hand premium and luxury brands. Afterward, we will explore another iconic department store in Paris, the Galeries Lafayette. This magnificent department store is not only a shopper's paradise but also an architectural gem. You will learn about its history and admire the stunning stained-glass dome. We will have free time for Practicing the Parisienne style. Discover French brands such: Maje, Sandro, Promod, Etam. Let’s be inspired by the famous French “ je ne sais quoi”. Mythical staples: the beret, la mariniere, red lipstick, the trench coat, the white shirt, the scarf, the shoulder and crossbody bags, the little black dress, the blazer, jeans, the flats are all there to try on and buy. We will continue our city stroll to visit the covered passages. These elegant arcades were built in the 19th century and served as a refuge for shoppers seeking shelter from rain and mud. Today, they hold a significant place in the history of both Paris and French commerce. You will have an opportunity to become a treasure hunter for jewelry, paintings, coffee table books, and home decorations inspired by royalty and Marie Antoinette's unique style. We will be walking through some beautiful passages and discovering their marvels. Passage des Panoramas was built in 1800 as the first covered passage in the city. Its name originates from the panoramic paintings displayed there during its early years. The Passage des Panoramas has retained its historical charm and is home to numerous delightful shops, including stamp and coin collectors, bookstores, and vintage print shops. Galerie Vivienne was completed in 1823. Its architecture is truly stunning, featuring a glass ceiling, mosaic floors, and beautifully painted walls. Galerie Vivienne houses exquisite boutiques, fashion ateliers, gourmet food shops, and charming cafes. Passage du Grand Cerf is located near the Palais-Royal. Built-in 1825, it is known for its impressive ironwork. This passage offers a variety of artisanal and independent shops, including jewelers. Palais-Royal has long been associated with fashion and luxury. In the 17th and 18th centuries, it was renowned for hosting luxurious balls and extravagant parties. In the 19th century, Charles Frederick Worth and Paul Poiret established their fashion houses nearby. The surrounding streets were filled with tailors, milliners, and fabric merchants. The Palais Royal's picturesque gardens serve as a backdrop for various fashion events and photo shoots. The elegant arcades and courtyards are often used by fashion photographers and models to capture the essence of Parisian chic. Let’s get ready for a Parisian-style selfie! Fashion brand Kitsune Café - Kitsuné is the Japanese word for fox, a symbol of versatility. Legend has it, that the fox possesses the power to change its appearance, just like Kitsuné knows how to adapt its repertoire according to inspiration. Café Kitsuné pays tribute to the pleasure of enjoying quality coffee in iconic locations. Let’s savor the moment of great coffee and modern music. Galerie Samaritaine In 1870 Ernest Cognacq and Louise Jay started a small boutique and transformed it into one of the most prestigious shopping destinations in the city. Galerie Samaritaine boasts a stunning architectural design that combines elements of Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. The building's façade showcases intricate ironwork, stained glass windows, and ornate balconies, capturing the essence of Parisian grandeur. The Galerie belongs to the LVMH group and we will see its HQ nearby. Luxembourg Gardens, located in the heart of Paris, is not only a beautiful and historic park but also a place that holds a special connection with the world of fashion. Dating back to the 17th century, the gardens have witnessed numerous fashion trends and events throughout history. It has been a favorite spot for fashion photographers and bloggers to capture street-style moments during fashion weeks. Fashion enthusiasts from all over the world gather here, showcasing their unique sense of style and becoming a source of inspiration for others. Dinner in the Latin Quarter proposals mid-budget Le Coup-Chou set in 16th century building, exudes a romantic and cozy atmosphere. Serves classic French cuisine with a seasonal twist. La Trufierre renowned culinary institution combines French tradition with innovative cooking techniques. Au Ptit Grec creperie offers a wide selection of savory and sweet crepes.