Places Not To Be Missed

The most original Souvenir Shops in Paris

Les Parisettes

The inspiration for the name of this quaint souvenir shop comes from the small plant that was used to make love potions in the Middle Ages. Here you will find an array of decorative objects, kitchen accessories, leatherwork, jewellery and games, all infused with the colours of Paris, along with several paintings and drawings of the Eiffel Tower, with every item created in France.

95 avenue Emile Zola, 75015, Paris, M° Charles Michels
26 rue Malard, 75007, Paris, M° La Tour-Maubourg

TombÉes Du Camion

A treasure trove tucked away in the depths of Montmartre, this souvenir shop offers antique jewellery, pearls and accessories. From games of a bygone era to laboratory equipment, haberdashery products to traditional and historical gadgets, this Ali Baba’s cave boasts boundless delights for all those of a nostalgic disposition!

17 rue Joseph de Maistre, 75018, Paris, M° Abbesses

Paris Mythique

Offering paintings, books and postcards that encompass and epitomise the essence of France, Paris Mythique proposes souvenir and gift ideas that resonate with the Paris of today and yesteryear. Although no premises remain open in the Parisian region, all of these unique and original products can still be consulted and purchased online via their website.


This trendsetting souvenir shop is a must-see goldmine, offering designer items infused with a sense of originality and eccentricity. With Paris themed mugs, Lego kits of the Eiffel Tower and bottles inspired by various arrondissements of the city, a hotchpotch of useless yet delightful items await your visit!

39+52 rue Saint Croix de la Bretonnerie, 75004, Paris, M° Hôtel de Ville

Paris Rendez-vous

Situated on the ground floor of the Hôtel de Ville, this souvenir shop brings together the hallmarks of the city of lights, with products spanning all arrondissements and districts. The boutique was primarily created to support and share the vast knowledge of Parisian designers, who retell and capture so clearly and astutely the history of the capital.

29, rue de Rivoli, 75004, Paris, M° Hôtel de Ville