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Shopping in Nice - both fancy and flea market

Nice has shopping for all budgets, from the international retail chain stores on Avenue Jean Médecin and the pedestrian rue Masséna, to the high-end flagship stores on Avenue de Verdun and the smaller boutique shops around Longchamp and Alphonse Karr.

Joya Lifestore

It’s hard to know what to expect at Joya, which is a design store, restaurant, workspace and pop-up shop all in one. Because of this, it’s usually humming with activity and a creative buzz.

Joya Lifestore

1 Place du Pin, Nice

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La Droguerie

Don’t let the name mislead you. This big, old-fashioned shop is only addictive for people who love sewing and crafts. It offers colorful buttons, beads, embellishments and everything you’ll ever need for your next project.

La Droguerie

29 rue de l’Hôtel des Postes, Nice

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Au Bonheur des Cocottes

Vintage lovers should head for Au Bonheur des Cocottes in the Port area, for clothing, accessories, furniture, china and antiques. It’s worth going simply to browse the eclectic collection and to be inspired.

Au Bonheur des Cocottes

19, rue Lascaris, Nice

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Les Puces de Nice

Also by the port in Nice, this flea market will also be of interest to antique lovers and people who enjoy bric-a-brac. Nice has a number of markets selling everything from flowers to food and clothing. See the link below for opening hours and other details.

Les Puces de Nice

Place Robilant, Nice

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Anésidora

This tiny gift shop and atelier draws you in with its bits of this and bits of that. Older kids will especially enjoy the handmade jewelry and delicate wood and paper decorations and objects.

Anésidora

11, rue Maréchal Joffre, Nice

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Les Grandes Caves Caprioglio

The Caprioglio family’s wine store has been in Nice’s Old Town since 1902 and it elicits an almost reverent hush when you step into it. Pick up a treasure (in all price ranges) from its rows of dusty bottles.

Les Grandes Caves Caprioglio

16 rue de la Préfecture, Nice

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Galeries Lafayette

As France’s main department store, you’re bound to find whatever you need here – if you don’t mind the crowds. And Galleries Lafayette is open every day, including Sundays, which is still uncommon in France.

Galeries Lafayette

6 Avenue Jean Médecin, Nice

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Mon Envie

Prêt à porter (ready to wear) women’s clothing and accessories that are bohemian and chic at the same time. There are a number of other fashionable boutiques for women, including Lui Jo, Ekyog and Désert on the same street. Cape Cod is on the corner at 1 rue Francois.

Mon Envie

9 rue Alphonse Karr, Nice

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