Boggi Cities


Paris is a city of superlatives. One of the most visited cities of all, it has some of the world’s most recognizable monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre – the most visited art museum in the world – but more than anything else, it expresses an inborn vocation for style. In every area of life, Paris offers the very best, from food and wine to bakery products, biscuits, perfume, jewellery, art, cinema and much more. Paris is not just a single city, but a collection of districts each of which has its own character, with corners of quiet countryside such as Village Saint Paul and Promenade Plantée, and other unique settings such as Village de Bercy, Place Vendome and Place des Vosges. The canals have acquired their own identity with a whole range of bars, restaurants and live music venues. Museum experiences are becoming ever-more varied, with new arrivals comprising Grand Musée du Parfum, the Albert-Kahn Museum, and the audiovisual experiences of Atelier des Lumières, which take their place alongside other favourites such as the Rodin Museum with its lovely gardens.

Cities built on rivers have their own special character, and this is true above all for Paris. The river Seine is a constant point of reference, dividing the city into Rive Droit to the north – traditionally the area of business, large department stores and politics – and the Rive Gauche to the south, more about art, culture and universities. You can choose from the districts of Paris according to your interests, with Champs-Élysées offering upscale shopping and dining, the colourful Latin Quarter with its ethnic restaurants and fascinating shops, the chic intellectual character of St. Germain-des-Près, the bohemian atmosphere of Montparnasse and Montmartre, the post-modern industrial aesthetic of Parc de la Villette with the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, and many others. You can pay your respects to former residents and visitors to Paris such as Molière, Balzac, Proust, Amedeo Modigliani, Oscar Wilde, Chopin, Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison, Michel Petrucciani and many others at the Père Lachaise cemetery.

The most romantic city in the world, Paris continues to inspire literature, films and poetry more than any other. One of the most recent poems was written by none other than President Emmanuel Macron, in response to another poem about the Eiffel Tower written by a British schoolgirl.
“On a trip to Paris one day, little Sophie
Met a giant lady lighting up the night sky.
‘What’s your name, you magical monster?’
‘My many visitors call me the Eiffel Tower..’

Boggi Milano in Paris
We at Boggi Milano are proud to be a part of this magnificent city, with two boutiques, one aptly located on Boulevard des Italiens, and one on Boulevard Saint Germain. We look forward to seeing you there.

Boggi Milano
112 Boulevard Saint Germain
Paris 75006
Tel. +33 01 463 306 68
Open Monday – Saturday 10am-8pm

Boggi Milano
38 Boulevard des Italiens
Paris F-75009
Tel. +33 1 402 299 82
Open Monday – Saturday 10am-8pm