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Standard VAT 20%; food and books 5.5%. Actual tax refund value up to 16.33% on standard VAT items, subject to amount spent and Terms and Conditions. Please note: typical value for immediate tax refunds is 10.8%.
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Shopping in Paris is divided into two sections: the left and right banks of the River Seine, and within these two sections the arrondissements each have their own shopping areas. On the right bank, the 1er arrondissement offers plenty of superb shopping areas, each of them having their own shopping style.
Carrousel du Louvre
Rue du Bac and Rue du Grenelle
Serris (La Vallée Village)
Outside of Paris, the big cities like Marseille, Lyon and Toulouse, of course, have their own city centre Tax Free shopping. There is, however, a major area outside Paris well worth a look in its own right: Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur in the south of France or Rhône-Alpes and its skiing stations.
Traditionally speaking, shops do not open in France on Sundays. There are several shopping centres that open on Sundays (Le Carrousel du Louvre, Les 4 Temps or Aeroville) around Paris.
Many department stores also have the opportunity to open five Sundays per year and choose to open on Sundays during the sales period and during Christmas shopping weekends.
Some shops in the seven touristic zones (among which as rue de Rivoli, la place des Vosges and rue des Francs-Bourgeois in Le Marais, la rue d’Arcole, Les Champs Elysées, le boulevard Saint-Germain ou Montmartre) can also open on Sundays, especially during peak seasons.