Win a Paris shopping spree

09:49 02 May 2012

Win a Paris shopping spree

Win a Paris shopping spree

Archant

Travel in style and soak up the romance of Paris with a shopping spree for two courtesy of MyOffers.

Whether you’re looking for high-end designer fashions, vintage or eclectic clothing and jewellery or maybe even some home furnishings and antiques, there’s something for everyone in this magnificent city. You can stroll through the department stores at Boulevard Hausseman, peruse the fashion houses along the Champs-Elysees and maybe even the flea markets at Saint-Ouen to pick up some Parisian trinkets.

After all that shopping, you’ll still have plenty of time to sample the other sights, sounds and fantastic cuisine that Paris has to offer.

This prize draw closes on Saturday, 30 June 2012 Terms and Conditions

Related articles

Latest Stories from SNAP.PA

Like beaches? Like Australia? Then you’re going to thoroughly enjoy our run-down of Oz’s best beaches.

Read more

Heather Mills has said she worries her prosthetic leg could send her into a spin on The Jump.

Read more

Promoted content

Valentine's Day in London

If you’re struggling over what to buy for the special person in your life in your life, our Valentine’s Day in London section is here to help.

Established in 1987, Tucci is one of the North's premier stores for branded clothing, footwear and accessories.

Save up to 70% on designer brands for Men and Women, including G-Star, Diesel, French Connection, Firetrap and many more….our sale is now on.

Top Stories

Quizzes

[Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images]

It’s time to test your knowledge on the two London institutions: the Underground, and the boozer.

Read more
Adrian Chiles is no longer ITV's main man... so why not test your knowledge of some of his (and others') greatest gaffes? (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

With news of presenter Adrian Chiles’ sacking by ITV, it’s a good time to remember some of the most memorable punditry blunders.

Read more
[Image by Gary Tallowin]

In which we remember the stations that have gone before...

Read more