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From the famous Eiffel Tower to the Museum of Modern Art, the 16th arrondissement is filled with things to see and places to go whether it’s a hot, sunny day or it’s pouring down with that notorious, or romantic, Parisian rain.
Rue de Passy is one of the biggest and busiest shopping streets in the 16th, boasting an array of hot French boutiques, Passy Plaza (a mall comprising 26 shops) and the Franck & Fils department store. Known for its expensive, chic stores (including French mainstays: The Kooples, Zadig et Voltaire, Maje, and a three-story Isabel Marant) this street is brimming with rich Parisians and a smattering of Art Nouveau lovers. If your wallet’s starting to feel a bit worse for wear (and you’re asking yourself why you just paid six euros for a cappuccino), take heart: there are also plenty of reasonable chain stores (Gap and H&M) as well as some lovely cafés if you just fancy enjoying the bubbling atmosphere.