Starting from the intersection at Sant-Augustin metro and running all the way till rue Drouot, Boulevard Haussmann, opened in 1864 to help ease Paris' transition from a medieval city to a modern capitol. Planned by Georges Haussman as part of an extravagant series of reforms, this boulevard is famous for infusing the then cluttered cityscape of Paris with refinement. Here you will find the immaculate Le Printemps and Galeries Lafayette, two must-see shopping hotspots for quality Parisian couture, home accessories and more.
Attractions & Landmarks
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- Nearest Train: Saint-Augustin