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Rue de Rivoli

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Oriane
Oriane
August 8, 2018
Beautiful street for shopping, lot of brands
Guestready
Guestready
March 23, 2018
A famous Parisan street with plenty of shops. Really popular amoung tourists.
Vicki
Vicki
April 13, 2018
Long street full of high fashion stores - great for a long shopping day out!
Abdallah
Abdallah
May 7, 2018
A lot of brands branches are on this street
Anna
Anna
June 20, 2018
Boutiques popular trademarks

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Location
Paris, Île-de-France
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Yes (incl. Visa & MasterCard)
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