Galerie Vivienne

Going out the rear of the Palais Royal, you quickly come to the Galerie Vivienne, one of the most lovely of the remaining passages left in Paris where they discovered the joys of shopping on tiled surfaces under cover from the weather.

The entrance right off of Rue des Petit Champs. The Christmas lights are still up.

This shop sells many lovely accessories. I’d love that umbrella with the heart on it but I only buy cheap umbrellas as I easily loose them and they have to be small enough to fit in my purse.

Can you see the blue fish behind the lights? This is on a scarf hanging in the window. This store has the most incredible scarves you have ever seen.

A tea shop is there too. You can see the gorgeous tile on the floor in this shot.

See my other blog, with a friend, Sideroads of Europe

10 thoughts to “Galerie Vivienne”

  1. On my next trip to Paris I want to go here. I want that umbrella with a heart on it and then I want to sit at one of these tables and enjoy a glass of wine or cup of coffee and some cheese (and bread). Love your photos!

  2. What a beautiful place to explore. I really do love that scarf with the fish on it. And all the colors everywhere, even the tile floors.

  3. It’s a wonderful passageway that we also visited at Christmas last year. There’s a marvelous toy store there as well as a florist. Both were “beautifully dressed” for the holidays.

  4. I have always wanted to have tea and cake at that pretty tea shop and if I ever get back to Paris – I am going to do it! LOL

  5. I love the journeys you take me on through your blog… just beautiful! Thank you for lighting a candle for my friend. Nel

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