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Galleries LaFayette - Shop till you drop

The most famous department store in Paris is Galleries La Fayette. It is worth a visit just to stand under the huge glass dome.

Have a glass of champagne at the top of the escalator, or drop into one of the restaurants.

When you are finished buying your bling, slipover to the Opera Garnier and have a look at the sumptuousness on display there.

It’s all fun for a day in Paris. 

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